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JUSTIN SKINNER jskinner@insidetoronto.com Throughout its lengthy history, Clinton Street Public School has seen plenty of change. The venerable Annex-area school celebrated its 125th anniversary with a special ceremony last Thursday with Lt.-Gov. David Onley and local politicians including MP Olivia Chow, MPP Rosario Marchese and Councillor Mike Layton joining alumni to tour the school and learn a bit about its past. Students led tours of the school, highlighting Clinton’s long-standing status as a leading school in the city. Those same students spent much of the year learning about >>>SCHOOL, page 9

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meagan’s walk: Terrie Broadbent, 12, right, Dallas Earle, 11, and Emily Moore, 11, walking for Baby Brooklyn get set to form a human chain ‘hug’ around the Hospital for Sick Children on Saturday as part of the 12th annual Meagan’s Walk. The five-km walk raises funds for research into pediatric brain tumours at SickKids’ Arthur and Sonia Labatt Brain Tumour Research Centre.

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layers from the Grey Cup-winning Toronto Argonauts took a little time out off their off-season schedule to drop by the University of Toronto and provide some valuable antibullying advice to students from a number of GTA schools on Tuesday. The Argos players and cheerleaders took part in a student summit with high school and elementary school students. The pro squad ran workshops with high school students, who then shared what they learned with elementary school students in attendance. The players also answered questions about bullying from the students as part of the team’s Huddle Up Bullying Prevention Program. “This is our 12th year running the program and we’ve visited close to half a million students,” said Argos director of education and community programs Jason Colero.

“We’re trying to teach young people to be positive bystanders when they see bullying.” Colero said being a positive bystander could entail anything from intervening in a bullying situation in a safe, non-violent way to telling a teacher or other authority figure when bullying is going on. “We teach them to stand up, speak up and not to just stand by and let it happen,” he said. Members of the University of Toronto Varsity Blues helped out with the program, assisting as the Huddle Up team facilitated workshops and activities. “Our core values here include diversity and tolerance and this gives our students an opportunity to put their feet on the ground and teach others about those values,” said U of T Varsity Blues football head coach Greg Gary. He noted bullying “is something we all want to make sure isn’t allowed in our schools, in our businesses and in our sports.” One lesson the students

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Toronto Argonaut cheerleader Jackie, left, Argo player Matt Black and Argos director of education and community programs Jason Colero conduct an anti-bullying workshop for high school students at the University of Toronto Tuesday.

could take home from the workshop was that no one is immune to bullying. Argos defensive back Matt Black, a Northern Secondary School graduate, acknowledged he had been on both sides of the bullying coin.

“I wasn’t viciously bullied, but it definitely happened to me as a kid,” he said. “I was also a bully at times, so I’ve seen both ends of it and I think it is a great program to stop that kind of thing from hap-

pening.” Black has taken part in Huddle Up for four years and feels the program is immensely valuable. “It’s awesome to get a chance to visit schools and just talk to kids about bullying,” he said.

Varsity Blues offensive guard Kyle Draga also admitted to having been bullied a lot when he was in elementary school, which may seem surprising for a football player now listed at 6-foot-three and 380 pounds. “It stopped when I got a lot bigger in high school,” he said, adding programs such as Huddle Up can not only teach students the importance of being a positive bystander, but also provide new hope to students who are being bullied. “When I was being bullied, I felt alienated,” he said. “I felt like I was the only one being bullied, so if I’d felt like I had someone to talk to, I would have felt better about it.” Following the student summit, the students were to take what they learned and share it with others at their school. They were given credit for volunteer hours for taking part in the program.

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rtscape has made a difference in the Regent Park community through its development of the Daniels Spectrum space. Now Daniels Spectrum will give back by housing the organization’s second annual Artscape Salon fundraiser. The gala event will host a picnic theme and will allow guests to spend some time dining and chatting with some of the city’s leading artistic lights. “It’s sort of a round robin dinner with cultural luminaries from the City of Toronto,” said Liz Kohn, Artscape spokesperson. “With each course, a different speaker will go to each table and talk a bit about how the city influences their art and their

artistic practice.” Guest speakers run the gamut, covering a variety of artistic genres from street artist Dan Bergeron to prima ballerina Victoria Tennant to Regent Park School music director Richard Marsella to singersongwriter Jason Collett, who is embarking on a solo career following a run with indie darlings Broken Social Scene, along with 16 others. “There are four courses and we want each table to get four different perspectives on art in Toronto,” Kohn said. Artscape Salon will feature picnic-themed dishes prepared by chefs from top Toronto restaurants. Kohn said the theme of having a Picnic in the Park was fitting given the event will take place in the Regent Park community. After dinner, guests are

invited to hang around for a mix-and-mingle session over drinks. “People can continue a conversation with someone they sat with or speak with someone who didn’t make it to their table,” Kohn said. art auction The fundraiser will also include live and silent auctions in which guests can bid on pieces of art created by Artscape tenants. In addition to its work at Daniels Spectrum, the arts support organization offers housing for up-and-coming artists in the city at its Wychwood Barns, Distillery District, Toronto Island, Queen Street West and Liberty Village locations. “The great thing about the auction items is that by having them contributed mostly by Artscape tenants, we get to split the proceeds

from those items 50-50 with them,” Kohn said. “They’re making a donation to Artscape, but they don’t go away empty-handed.” Ward 19 councillor Mike Layton will return as the auctioneer for the live auction. Funds from Artscape Salon will go toward the organization’s ongoing efforts to support the arts in the city, including youth mentorship programming, educational workshops and Artscape DIY, which seeks to help communities create their own creative spaces. Artscape Salon: Picnic in the Park will take place Wednesday, May 22 at Daniels Spectrum, 585 Dundas St. E. A cocktail reception at 6 p.m. is followed by dinner at 7. Artscape Salon: Picnic in the Park is set for May 22. For tickets or information, visit www.artscapesalon2013.com

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hould a provincial election come before summer - and we’re still waiting to see whether Ontario’s New Democrats will support the budget put forward by the minority Liberals on May 2 – transit must be at the forefront of the debate for Torontonians. Toronto council’s decision last week not to endorse any of the proposed revenue tools for transit expansion can be taken as an indication it is not keen on working with other stakeholders – including other municipalities – until after a provincial election. At best, it’s a non-commital stance. When it came time to consider those tools, Toronto council rejected all but two, and even then offered no opinion on those. In addition, council voted to ask the province for funds for a westward expansion of the Sheppard subway and the conversion the Scarborough Rapid Transit line to an extension of the Bloor-Danforth subway line. Neither of these projects (the our view Scarborough project is currently as an upgrade and extenTransit vision funded sion of the existing RT line) are listed as a priority of Metrolinx, has to be the provincial transportation made clear agency. The city’s position on transit funding is at distinct odds with the positions recently put forward by Metrolinx, other municipalities and organizations such as the Toronto Region Board of Trade, who agree that if we want transit expansion, we must find a way to pay for it. So what does this all mean? It means if Ontario is plunged into an election, it is incumbent on Torontonians to hold the candidates and their parties to account. We must ask them: What is their vision for transit’s future in Toronto? How do they intend to fund the necessary expansion to relieve our gridlocked roadways? How will responsibility for cost recovery be allocated? These are hard questions. They demand thoughtful answers. We recently wrote in this space about how these proposed revenue tools are “gaining traction with influential decision-making groups and the public that is willing to pay for better transit.” We need to be part of that discussion so Toronto’s council is actively proposing solutions – not just demanding more funds. A provincial election campaign, should it happen, is the ultimate opportunity to have your say.

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More legislative futility at city hall On Monday, six members of Toronto council had a look at possible changes to the way they’re elected. City clerk’s staff had come out with a range of ways to make the process more open, to make sure that as many residents as possible are enfranchised, to make the best choice for representing their needs and aspirations. The committee would have none of it: all the recommendations lost on a tie vote. It was a depressingly familiar moment of legislative futility at city hall. The week previous, council had similarly failed to present a coherent opinion on funding for the public transit expansion that Toronto needs. Over the course of two days, councillors collectively rejected nearly every funding option set in front of them. And then asked for hundreds of millions of dollars of new transit projects. Now, council supports to spending another

david nickle the city $500 million to turn the Scarborough RT minisubway into a full-blown subway and another subway line connecting Downsview station to Yonge-Sheppard station. The transit asks useful politically. York Centre Councillor James Pasternak joined council with the narrowest of electoral margins, and he did so in part on a pledge to see that subway connection built. Scarborough Centre Councillor Glenn De Baeremaeker was elected more handily in 2010, but has made a name for himself opposing Mayor Rob Ford’s “Scarborough” subway. He knows full well that many of their constituents voted for Ford because of his subway promise. Opposing subway expansion in Scarborough is going to hurt at least their

victory margins, and could see them out of a job. The fact that both positions – the mayor’s and council’s – amount to little more than expensive and unproductive pandering is beside the point. Under the current electoral system, pandering is the most effective weapon in the campaign arsenal. Would changing the electoral system resolve Toronto’s transit gridlock issues? By itself, it’s unlikely. But the reality is that for a variety of reasons, Toronto council has descended to a level of opportunism that if allowed to persist, will render it all but irrelevant in the lives of Torontonians. It might make sense to see if there’s a better way to have a government that reflects both the will and the needs of Toronto. All the evidence suggests that the current system has not done so.

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Signal lights could solve gridlock Re: ‘The perils of not articulating a transit vision,’ Beyond the Headlines, May 2. Columnist David Soknacki has just confirmed my position on transit. He points out that in Scarborough and Etobicoke “almost 60 per cent of residents use their car as their primary means of transportation.” They know there is no way transit can be designed to take them where they want to go in a reasonable time. Downtown is already well serviced. Why should people in either place pay for transit they won’t use. The improvement on Bloor from Avenue to Jane by fixing the traffic signals could be spread across the whole city and would have more impact on actual travel times. David Vallance

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Crime and mystery writing panel WHEN: 7 to 9 p.m. WHERE: Northern District Library, 40 Orchard View Blvd. CONTACT: www.canauthorstoronto. org/events.html, caatoronto@gmail. com COST: CAA members free; nonmembers $10; Sharon A. Crawford moderates a panel of mystery novelists on plot and characters especially when police enter the picture.

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Toronto International Circus Festival WHEN: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. until May 20 WHERE: Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay W. This Victoria Day weekend, dazzling daredevils, amazing acrobats, hilarious buskers and more take over Harbourfront Centre.

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CAN 2013 public lecture: Stem cells for brain repair WHEN: 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. WHERE: The Hospital for Sick Children. Daniels Hollywood Theatre, 555 University Ave. CONTACT: www.can-acn. org/meeting2013 COST: Free Public lecture led by Dr. Freda Miller Dr. Cindi Morshead. Refreshments and cookies will be served.

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One Night Stand WHEN: 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. WHERE: Burroughs Building, 639 Queen St. W. CONTACT: www.hincksdellcrest.org/One-Night-Stand/home COST: $100 Hosted by actor David Sutcliffe in support of The Hincks-Dellcrest Centre, partygoers enjoy an open bar, food, silent auction and celebrity entertainment that includes House DJ for the evening, k-os.

Check out our complete online community calendar by visiting www.citycentremirror.com. Read weeks of listings from your neighbourhood as well as events from across Toronto.

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Spring Luncheon WHEN: noon WHERE: Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. CONTACT: 416-920-5211 Spring luncheon.

w Wednesday, May How to prepare for the future financially WHEN: 7 to 8 p.m. WHERE: Central Eglinton Community Centre, 160 Eglinton Ave. E. CONTACT: Nancy

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Active philosophy workshop WHEN: 7:30 to 10 p.m. WHERE: New Acropolis Toronto, 2498 Yonge St., Suite 319 CONTACT: Lorinda Crawford, 416-486-7198 COST: $10 or $5 for full-time students with ID An introductory workshop to practical philosophy, designed for people who are concerned about if they have a soul or what is the meaning of my life.

Crime Writers of Canada Books ‘n’ Beverages reading at Q Space WHEN: 7 to 10 p.m. WHERE: Q Space, 382 College St. CONTACT: http://crimewriterscanada.com COST: Free Join these CWC authors as they read from their latest crime books. Meet and mingle, have a drink, something to eat and buy some books.

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Seminar - Fear: An Inevitable Test WHEN: 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. WHERE: Centre for Social Innovation, 215 Spadina Ave. CONTACT: Lorinda Crawford, 416-486-7198 COST: (advance) $20 and $12 student; (at the door) $25 or $15 student Learn how to control fear and use it to our advantage.

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The Art and Design of Will Alsop WHEN: 6:30 to 8 p.m. WHERE: Ontario College of Art and Design, 100 McCaul St. CONTACT: dshelepp@ toronto.ca COST: Free World renowned architect and painter Will Alsop returns to the Sharp Centre for Design at OCAD U. His

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Ontario SPCA Friends for Life! Walkathon WHEN: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. WHERE: Coronation Park, 711 Lake Shore Blvd. W. CONTACT: Ontario SPCA, 1-888-668-7722, walk@ospca.on.ca COST: minimum $25 in pledges Help animals. Toronto International Music Summit WHEN: 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. WHERE: CBC Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. CONTACT: Tanya Michell, 647977-1790 COST: $50 to $99 Annual conference and concert.

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BASEMENT FLOODS ARE ON THE RISE. DON’T LET YOUR BASEMENT BE NEXT. Together we can stop heavy rainfall, melting snow and runoff from ending up in your basement. At the City, we’re doing our part by continually updating and maintaining Toronto’s complex underground pipes, sewers p and catch basins. Now it’s your turn. Here are ar some tips to help you flood-proof your home.

FORUM AT EXHIBITION PLACE wACCESSIBILITY Last week at Exhibition Place, The TTC held its annual accessibility forum giving transit riders an opportunity to provide feedback on mobility issues. As a panel of TTC brass listened, the forum attendees were given an opportunity to provide comments on service, their comments projected onto to a screen. While many praised the TTC and Wheel-Trans for providing good service, others also shared their concerns, which ranged from technical difficulties ordering transport to having to deal with ablebodied passengers sitting in seats designated for the disadvantaged. Following the forum, TTC CEO Andy Byford promised to spend a day in a wheelchair to gain some understanding of what mobility-challenged riders deal with traversing the TTC. The undertaking was organized by the TTC and the Advisory Committee on Accessible Transit (ACAT)

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Mobility challenged subway riders may find themselves in a quandary if an ongoing work stoppage by non-TTC elevator maintenance workers stretches further into the month. To find the status of a station elevator contact the TTC’s Lift Line at 416-5395438 or visit ttc.ca CONTEST FOR wART QUEENS QUAY RENO

Waterfront Toronto is set to announce the winners of an international public art contest for its three sites in the West Donlands. The planning agency, which has representatives from all three levels of government in its board, has appointed a jury of design experts to judge the submissions for three separate

sites along Front Street. Waterfront Toronto, which is also working with the TTC to complete a $100 million renovation of Queens Quay, wants the art installations completed in time for the 2015 Pan American Games. The results are expected by the end of the month. To view the concepts under consideration visit www. waterfronttoronto.ca ‘BENDY’ BUS HITS wNEW STREET FOR DEMO

The first of a fleet of articulated buses set to service the streets of Toronto was spotted last week. A picture of the 60 foot “bendy” bus, was released for public consumption via social media showing the Nova Bus manufactured vehicle, which is distinguished by a pivoting joint dividing two separate seating sections. The TTC has ordered around 150 of the buses expected to begin service this fall. Rahul Gupta is The Mirror’s transit reporter. His column runs every Tuesday. Reach him on Twitter: @TOinTRANSIT

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RAHUL GUPTA rgupta@insidetoronto.com Residents living by the waterfront can finally look forward to seeing improvements to the Queens Quay streetscape. That was the assurance from Christopher Glaisek of Waterfront Toronto during a townhall at the Brigantine Room last week, which is proceeding on a $110-million transformation of Queens Quay that will see the lakeside concrete roadway turned into a tree-lined promenade by 2015. The project, which is funded by all three levels of government, also includes a $10-million re-construction of the TTC streetcar tracks (on Queen’s Quay) from Bay to Yo Yo Ma lane, east of Bathurst, which will not re-open to streetcar traffic until the end of year. Vehicle traffic routing will remain one way until March 2014 when it switches to eastbound traffic. By summer 2014, Glaisek, Waterfront Toronto’s vice president of planning, said the new roadway will be com-

Our view is that’s too confusing. It’s not good for residents and certainly not tourists. – Rob Rasmussen

plete and open to two-way car traffic. He said the TTC will also start running more replacement buses along Queens Quay, to replace the streetcars, with frequent service to accommodate increased summer traffic. Bob Rasmussen said he was pleased to hear progress is being made on the revitalization of Queens Quay. But the president of the York Quay Neighbourhood Association (YQNA) is worried the replacement TTC bus service will prove confusing to the estimated 17 million people who visit Harbourfront every summer. “If someone was coming from another part of the city they would take the subway down to Union Station, hop on a bus to Bay and Queens

Quay and then have to take a streetcar to continue along,” Rasmussen said. “Our view is that’s too confusing, It’s not good for residents and certainly not tourists.” Rasmussen said he would raise the matter with TTC CEO Andy Byford at a May meeting of the YQNA, which was scheduled for May 14 after the Mirror’s press deadline. The TTC has said it will have improved signs and staff at Union Station on hand to guide visitors to the replacement bus stop on Bay Street. Costs to construct a dedicated light rail line for the east waterfront have escalated to $370 million making it unlikely the project will begin without further government funding, Glaisek said. “Until there is a larger decision about what our transit funding priorities are, there’s not money to do that,” he said of the project which would extend to Cherry Street. Waterfront Toronto has committed $150 million in longterm funding to the plan. Visit www.waterfrontoronto.ca

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City bylaw calls for crematoria to be 300 metres away from residential area >>>from page 1 grandfathered in, but now that they want a new crematorium, we don’t think it should be allowed.” Ward 27 Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam, in whose ward the residents live, has taken up their concerns, launching an appeal of the Ministry of the Environment’s decision to grant approval for the new crematorium. “We want to keep whatever harmful particulates are in the air out of the lungs of children, the elderly and those with compromised respiratory systems, who are the most vulnerable to this kind of thing,” she said. A City of Toronto harmonized bylaw that came into effect in April calls for crematoria to be located at least 300 metres from sensitive areas, a category that includes residential areas. Wong-Tam does not believe the new crematorium should be allowed to be grandfathered in given the city’s new bylaw. “When it comes to people’s health and trying to protect the

public, I don’t believe there should be a grandfathered clause (allowing the crematorium),” she said. “I don’t think it’s good enough for the Mount Pleasant Group to say ‘at one particular point, this (crematorium) would have been grandfathered in’ or ‘at one particular point, this would have met the city’s requirements.’” Mount Pleasant Group of Cemeteries assistant vicepresident of marketing and communications Rick Cowan said the new crematorium equipment is much cleaner than the existing equipment, which was installed in 1972. “What we’re doing is a very good thing,” he said. “We’re virtually eliminating emissions.” According to information on the Mount Pleasant Group’s website, emissions of arsenic, cobalt, lead and mercury would be reduced by more than 99 per cent through the installation of the new crematorium and,

while carbon monoxide emissions would more than double, they would still be less that 0.1 per cent of the Ministry of the Environment’s limit. “Emissions from our existing equipment are well below (Ministry of the Environment) levels and this new equipment will be below (emissions from the existing equipment),” Cowan said. Ward 22 Councillor Josh Matlow, in whose ward the crematorium sits, said that such assurances are not enough. “Almost clean is not completely clean,” he said. “A cemetery is a place to respect the dead, but it should also respect the living.” Cowan said the Mount Pleasant Group has extended an open invitation to speak with individuals who have concerns, but said “to be honest, none of them wanted to speak to us.” That runs counter to Boyd’s claims that she has been stymied in her efforts to make her concerns known.

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Fashion show raises money for SickKids From cheers to tears JUSTIN SKINNER jskinner@insidetoronto.com A group of York University students are donning some fancy threads in support the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids). T h e Yo rk Un i ve r s i t y Portuguese Association (YUPA) will host the Runway to Hope fundraising fashion show at Tartu College, with proceeds going toward the SickKids Foundation. “We do an annual charity fashion show every year and always pick a different charity to donate to,” said event organizer Samatha DoRego. “We had a few ideas, but the majority vote was for SickKids because of the great work they do.” While the doctors and nurses at SickKids ensure patients receive the best possible care and treatment, funds raised for the SickKids Foundation help to fund everything from new equipment to research initiatives, with everyone from private

We had a few ideas, but the majority vote was for SickKids because of the great work they do. – Samantha DoRego

donors to grassroots organizations bringing in money. Runway to Hope will see 10 male and 10 female models showcasing outfits from stores such as Sirens, Marla’s, Roots, Peach Berserk and others. Those stores are lending the fashions to YUPA free of charge. “We basically go to the stores and see if they’d be willing to donate and a lot of stores are happy to help,” DoRego said. “When we told them we were doing it for SickKids, they wanted to donate more.” In addition to the funds raised through tickets sales, models will be auctioned off to boost the amount

being donated to SickKids. Following the fashion show, participants will go out on a group dinner date. “We’ll also be donating money from the bars and we’ll be selling bracelets at the show so people can show their support,” DoRego said. Runway to Hope will open with live entertainment, including singers and a DJ. DoRego said the event typically draws between 100 and 150 people and hopes this year’s fashion show draws a huge crowd. “It’s a good way to get people to come out and support a great charity while enjoying a great event and having fun,” she said. The event will take place at Tartu College, 310 Bloor St. W. Friday, May 17. Doors will open at 7 p.m. and the show will start at 8. Tickets for Runway to Hope are $12 in advance or $15 at the door and can be purchased by emailing yupa.club@ gmail.com or calling DoRego at 416-994-1003.

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School has gone through various cultural changes >>>from page 1 Clinton’s history, dovetailing what they learned with the curriculum in art, history and other subjects. “This is the third Clinton school that opened on this site and it opened in 1966,” said student Aaron Nobre, showcasing his knowledge of the school’s past. “The other two burned down.” The school has served as a reflection of the ever-changing community to which it caters. In recent years, the school has housed a diverse student body, reflecting the community’s multiculturalism, but that was not always the case.

“We knew the school had gone through some different waves of immigration, but we were surprised to discover how quickly it moved from one cultural background to another,” said current Clinton principal Wendy Hughes. “Now it’s a much more eclectic mix.” The school has sent plenty of distinguished alumni forth, including acclaimed human rights activist Alan Borovoy, journalist Morley Safer, singer-songwriter Jerry Gray of the Travellers, and Sam “The Record Man” Sniderman. Clinton Street Public School alumnus and former

City of Toronto councillor and TTC chair Howard Moscoe took a moment to reminisce as he attended the anniversary celebrations. “The school that’s here today isn’t the school we had when I was here,” said the former councillor, who attended Clinton from 1944 to 1953. “We had a boys’ school yard and a girls’ school yard, and the yard was totally cement.” He and his brother Ray, a fellow Clinton alumnus, noted the school was the most convenient place to play baseball in the area, which worked to the detriment of

his father. “We broke so many windows my father wound up just buying a bunch of sheets of glass and he’d bring one down and pay the caretaker to replace them,” he said. Former Clinton principal Joe Carlino said Clinton stands out for its arts programming. The school has benefited from a partnership with the Ontario College of Art and Design and from an endowment from alumnus and arts patron Beatrice Minden, the latter of which allows the school to bring two artists in each year to work with students.

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Clinton Street Public School students stand inside a studentmade shelter on Thursday recognizing the neighbourhood’s cultural diversity, as part of the school’s anniversary celebrations.

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Police Week launch at 11 Division has officers Walking the Digital Beat ERIN HATFIELD ehatfield@insidetoronto.com Many of the officers gathered for the launch of Police Week at 11 Division on Davenport Road in west Toronto had their heads-down, fingers tapping on smartphones. But it wasn’t out of disinterest – this year’s Police Week theme is Walking the Digital Beat - A New Era of

Engagement. Chief Bill Blair said Police Week is about celebrating the relationship police have with Toronto residents. “One of the things we do in Police Week is we open up our facility and we make available to the public opportunities to come and engage with us,” Blair said. “Now we have the opportunity to engage virtually as

well as physically and it has enhanced our relationships and it has given us access to another generation of people in this city.” From Twitter to facebook, YouTube and more, police are using social media to aid them in their jobs, said keynote speaker Deputy Chief Peter Sloly. Sloly, who goes by the Twitter handle @deputySloly,

said in many ways his more than 4,000 followers know him better in the social media context. About 200 Toronto police officers have Twitter, facebook and YouTube accounts and social media can be used by officers to connect with residents, be alerted of situations, investigate crimes and to spread good news. From the Eaton Centre and Danzing Street shootings to the April 15 Boston Marathon bombings, Sloly said social media played an important role in investigating these events, and that trend will only get stronger. “(Social media) is a wonderful, powerful tool, but it comes with a dark side as well,” Sloly said. “Our policies, procedures, practices, training, structure, culture and our relationship with the criminal justice system and with the community that we serve have not caught up to where the digital age has taken us so we have to go carefully into this digital world, but we do

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have to go forward.” Police stay on top of social media because of strong leadership, officers who lead the trend of using social media including Const. Scott Mills, the first officer with a facebook account, Sgt. Tim Burrows the first officer to use Twitter, and Ritesh Kotak, a parking enforcement officer who was recruited to work on

a social media strategy. “A year later, Ritesh is one of the most sought after speakers for every major public safety event in North America, he is now going to be consulting with major private industry as well as on a task force with (U.S.) President (Barak) Obama,” Sloly said. In 2012, the Toronto Police Service received 1,188 calls for service over social media, Sloly said. He called it “next gen (generation) 911. They are doing it whether we are ready or not,” Sloly said. “The challenge for us is to be able to respond.” Police Week is celebrated across the province from May 12 to 18. Eight police stations around the city will be celebrating Police Week with open houses. Fourteen Division is offering guided tours of its new facility May 16 from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. To see a listing of Toronto police involved in social networks, visit www.torontopolice.on.ca/socialmedia

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La Fugue offers a realistic and powerful look at teenage life on the streets MARIA TZAVARAS ccm@insidetoronto.com What prompts a teenager to make certain decisions, and what makes them feel angry enough to run away from home to live on the streets? In a heavy, but realist depiction of how life can go from bad to worse when a teen leaves home is explored

in Young People’s Theatre’s latest show, La Fugue, a powerful piece created by Qui Va Là, in a co-production with SMCQ Jeunesse. La Fugue tells the story of central character Johann who leaves home and meets Noemie, who is part of a street gang called Wolf. The pair fall in love and Johann gets caught up in the dangerous world of gangs.

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Clogged drain, camera inspection Leaky pipes Reasonable price, 25 years experience Licensed/ Insured credit card accepted

Free estimate James Chen

Waste Removal

647-519-9506

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Decks & Fences

All Garbage Removal! Home/ Business. Fast Sameday! Free Estimates! Seniors Discounts. We do all Loading & Clean-ups! Lowest Prices. Call John: 416-457-2154 Seven days

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0 ALL DECKS built in 1 day. Highest quality. Spring discount! Free design and estimates. Call Mike 416-738-7752 www.griffindecks.ca

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Seamless Invisible Repairs • Mortar Colour Matching 15 years Experience • References • Insured

Call Martin for Free Estimate

416-435-2946

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ROOFING

IDEAL PLUMBING

ROOFING DUN-RITE REPAIRS

· 24 Hour Emergency Service · Plugged Drain Repair •Backflow Prevention · Service Specialist · Flat Rates · Fully Insured · No Extra Charge for Evening & Weekends

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BEST PRICE Burton Electric Inc. ROOF REPAIRS 416 419-1772 Knob and tube replacement LED Lighting Aluminum wire reconditioning Permits and inspections

Pot lights Service upgrades Breakers/Panels FREE ESTIMATES

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• Tree & Shrub Removals • Pruning • Planting Landscape Design • FREE ESTIMATES 24hr Emergency Service

(416) 417-TREE (8733)

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ROOF

MASTERS

• Shingles • Flat Roofs • Skylights • Chimneys • Eavestroughs • Repairs • Free Estimates

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At the Leslieville Canadian Tire Plaza

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How to do it: Fill in the grid so that every row, every column, and every 3 by 3 box contains the digits 1 through 9.

last week’s answers

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DOING BUSINESS YOUR WAY DOWNTOWN AUTOMOTIVE GROUP

416 603 9156 • dagcars.ca Scan to visit downtownautomotivegroup.com

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*Lease offer is provided through Lexus Financial Services, on approved credit to qualified retail customers. The $494 per month for 48 months OAC plus HST is offered on a new 2013 ES350 Elegance Edition. A down payment of $5,000 is required and annual security deposit is waived. Annual interest rate is 3.5% over 48 months with a residual value of $18,170.00 at the end of term. $6,208 is due at delivery which includes the first lease payment of $494 and $5000 down payment plus HST are required at delivery. Maximum number of kilometres over lease term is 80,000. A $0.20/km excessive kilometer charge comes into effect after 80,000 km. Limited time offers only apply to retail customers at Lexus Downtown. Dealer order/trade may be required. Offers are subject to change without notice. Offers expire at May month’s end unless extended or revised. Call 416 603 9100 or visit Lexus Downtown for complete details.

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*Nissan Financial Services makes available to retail purchase customers a 0% APR purchase finance offer for up to 84 months or a $4000 Customer cash rebate offer on the purchase of a new 2012 Versa Hatchback from Nissan Downtown. Offer is valid between May 1st and 31st, 2013. Terms and conditions apply. Call 416 975 3800 or visit Nissan Downtown for complete details on this offer.

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*Leasing offers available O.A.C. from Infiniti Financial Services based on a new 2013 Infiniti G37x AWD (G4XG73 /AA00/Luxury A7) with an annual lease rate of 1.9%. Monthly lease of $537 for a 48 month term. Down payment of $0 and first monthly payment required. Buy back is $18,898.50 at end of term. Total lease obligation is $25,776. Cost to finance over term is $2,238.32. Model shown may be different from actual lease vehicle. Lease offers include Delivery and Destination of $1,995. Applicable license fees, insurance registration, PPSA and taxes are excluded. $0 security deposit required. 16,000 km per year allowance applies. Additional charge of $0.15/km applies after 16,000 km. Terms and conditions apply. Offer valid until May 31st, 2013. Call 416 975 2623 or visit Infiniti Downtown for complete details.

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21 Broadview Ave. Toronto, Ontario 416 465 9000 downtownhyundai.com

DOWN PAYMENT

†Finance offers available O.A.C. from Hyundai Financial Servic Services based on a new 2013 Elantra L 6-Speed Manual with an annual finance rate of 0% for 84 months. Bi-weekly payments are $79. No down payment required. Cost of Borrowing is $0. Finance offers include Delivery and Destination of $1,495, fees, levies, and all applicable charges (excluding HST). Finance Offers exclude registration, insurance, PPSA and license fees. Financing example: 2013 Elantra L 6-Speed Manual for $14,380 at 0% per annum equals $79 bi-weekly for 84 months for a total obligation of $14,380. Cash price is $14,380. Cost of Borrowing is $0. *Purchase, finance or lease an in-stock 2013 Elantra during the Double Savings Event and you will receive one $0.99 per litre Esso Price Privileges Fuel Card (including applicable taxes). The $0.99 per litre Esso Price Privileges Card is issued by Esso and is subject to the terms and conditions of the Esso Price Privileges Fuel Card agreement. All Fuel Cards expire on December 31st, 2013. Fuel cards are valid only at participating Esso retail locations in Canada (excluding British Columbia) and are not redeemable for cash. *♦Offers available for a limited time, and subject to change or cancellation without notice. See Downtown Hyundai or call 416 456 9000 for complete details. Dealer order may be required.

spring fling event

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ST. RIVER

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LEXUS DOWNTOWN

740 Dundas St. E. at DVP Toronto, Ontario 416 603-9100 lexusdowntown.ca

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