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Remembrance Day services begin Sunday in Etobicoke Jo i n i n t h e o b s e r v a t i o n o f Remembrance Day ceremonies across Etobicoke. Ceremonies commemorate the men and women who died in the military service of Canada during war and peace. The poppy is widely recognized as a symbol of remembrance since it was first adopted in 1921. “By wearing the poppy, Canadians demonstrate our gratitude to those who gave their lives for the freedom we enjoy,” the Royal Canadian

L e g i o n’s On t a r i o Prov i n c i a l Command states on its website. Etobicoke ceremonies open to the public include: n Sunday, Nov. 3 Sanctuary Park Veterans Cemetery, 1570 Royal York Rd. at Dixon Road at 10:30 a.m. Remembrance ceremony follows the 709 Royal Canadian Army Cadets Corps’ placement of flags on the graves of 1,213 Canadian veterans, which begins at 9:30 a.m.; The Ukrainian Canadian Congress

hosts a marching band procession which begins at 1:30 p.m. from St. Demetrius Church, 135 La Rose Ave. to the Ukrainian Canadian Memorial Park, Scarlett Road, north of Eglinton Avenue where there will be a memorial service and wreath laying at the Cenotaph at 2 p.m. n Sunday, Nov. 10 Royal Canadian Legion Branch 3 holds a service at St. Margaret’s Church, 156 Sixth St. Meet at the branch at 10:30 a.m. and march to the church.

Branch 46 (72 Durie Rd.) holds its service at 2 p.m. n Monday, Nov. 11 Royal Canadian Legion Branch 3 holds its Remembrance Day service at 11 a.m. in front of the branch, 150 Eighth St. At 2 p.m., branch members conduct a service at Vimy Ridge parkette on Lake Shore Boulevard West at Queens Avenue in Mimico. Branch 101 holds its ceremony at 10:45 a.m. in front of the branch, 3850 Lake Shore Blvd. W. near the Long Branch GO Station. Another

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Former cheerleader recalls high school days in the ‘40s TAMARA SHEPHARD tshephard@insidetoronto.com A teenage Judith Earle smiles an eager Etobicoke High School cheerleader grin in the 1940s’ black-andwhite photograph. Seven decades later, the now Judith Blackman, 84, reminisced as she sat on the edge of that same football field and watched as a warm, late autumn sun blinded the junior Etobicoke Collegiate Institute (ECI) Rams’ in their final game of the regular season, which saw them lose, but still advance to the playoffs. “I guess I’m an enthusiastic-type person,” Blackman said of her threeyear cheerleading career. “To be out there cheering and sitting up on the grass bowl was so exciting. I loved it.” The fragile photograph is of the mid-1940s’ Etobicoke High School cheerleading squad – Earle, Mary Beth Manning, Thelma Baxter, and Murray Hirons, the team’s sole male cheerleader. Blackman’s late younger sister, Joan, was also a cheerleader. Their younger brother Roger played on the football team. “ETO. ETO. ETOBI. Etobicoke. Etobicoke. Etobicoke high,” Blackman said, recalling one of their cheers. Blackman recalled her cheerleading days recently when she joined her longtime friends, Karen Waddell and John Ralston, at their home for Thanksgiving dinner. The couple’s

son, Grade 9 ECI student Calum Ralston, is #34 on the Rams’ football team. Her story led the couple to encourage Blackman to return to her roots last Thursday afternoon for the Rams’ game. “(In the 1940s) Central Park was just behind the Etobicoke (football) playing field over the Etobicoke creek bridge,” she recalled. “There was a skating rink. We’d walk out of our house with our skates over our shoulders and could hear the music from the park.” At the time, approximately 350 students –“you knew everybody” – attended then-named Etobicoke High School, built in 1928. It is one of Toronto’s oldest schools. Its original

building remains, flanked by two modern, red brick additions Blackman recalled the year in the ’40s the Etobicoke High School Rams won the Toronto District Interscholastic Athletic Association finals. “The whole school marched over to Runnymede Collegiate just to gloat,” Blackman said of their football rivals. Runnymede Collegiate remains ECI’s football rivals, as does Martingrove Collegiate. All three schools compete vigorously in football, as well as in other sports.

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Stintz aims for centre-right vote K aren Stintz’s early arrival in the 2014 mayor’s race can’t be a surprise to anyone. The councillor from EglintonLawrence has been notso-quietly organizing a campaign for months, and not-quietly-at-all taking control of the kind of major policy matters — specifically, transportation — you’d expect the current mayor to do. She might have continued that course for a few more months. But with popular conservative talk show host and former Progressive Conservative leader John Tory mulling a run, Stintz had to up her game early and decisively — if for no other purpose than securing some fundraising real estate before the rush in early 2014. In this, declaring early is a good strategy. However, an early declaration for a candidate also invites early assessments, and so it is with Stintz. Out of the gate, Stintz is

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attempting to paint herself as a fiscal conservative similar to Mayor Rob Ford in that respect, but... well, completely opposite in everything else. Well and good, but political branding is only partly self-portraiture, and Stintz will have to deal with matters beyond her control. Stintz owes a large part of her public profile to the work she’s done on the public transit file as chair of the Toronto Transit Commission. In the latter part of the term, she’s worked to improve customer service, and she’s been a central figure in the subway-LRT debate. There are problems, though. On the latter point, Stintz has been all over the map — starting the term out supporting light rail over subways and helping

to halt Mayor Ford’s plan to replace the Sheppard light rail line with an unfunded subway. Shortly after that, she came forward with her One City transit plan — tenuously funded, with a politically unpalatable property tax premium — that included a different Scarborough subway. Council balked, and Stintz left the chamber with egg on her face. Finally, Stintz delivered a subway to Scarborough — funding of which is also tenuous, with federal money tied to a Sheppardstyle public-private partnership arrangement and a boatload of new debt. For all her journeyman work, Mayor Ford wasted little time in taking credit. On the customer service question... well, Stintz also helped Mayor Ford deliver his first flatline budget by agreeing to service standard rollbacks on the TTC. In that way, one might argue that Stintz created

the very problem that she’s now working to solve. With all that, she still remains a formidable challenger to Mayor Ford, in the fight for the essential centre-right vote. On Monday, the mayor conceded the election would be “a bloodbath,” because his opponents would no doubt go after him on matters of character, associations, truancy and other “personal matters.” The mayor is no doubt correct on this count. His behaviour and comportment have assured all those things will be central questions in his re-election bid. And Stintz, while certainly haunted by controversies and mis-steps of her own, has shown herself to be an active and at-times effective leader on council. In these early days of next year’s fight, that isn’t a bad start.

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Halloween continues beyond the 31st Enjoy a Halloween party and roast beef dinner for free, thanks to sponsor Toronto Fire Services. Wear your best costume on Friday, Nov. 1 starting at 5 p.m. at Franklin Horner Community Centre, 432 Horner Ave. Open to members only. Pick up tickets from the Franklin Horner Community Centre office. pumpkins light up the night at parade Bring your jack-o’-lanterns to light up Mimico Square and Amos Waites Park. Take your pumpkin to the square at 2445 Lake Shore Blvd. W. on Friday, Nov. 1 beginning at 6 p.m. Bring your own candles. Volunteers will light the jack-o’lanterns and load the pumpkins into bins for composting the next morning. Mimico By the Lake Business Improvement Area sponsors the event.

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There is more to our lives than just ourselves. We need to bring happiness to others. – Nilesh Mehta, BAPS volunteer spokesperson

“It celebrates friendship, love, harmony and wishing each other well,” Mehta said of the visually and gastronomically spectacular feast. BAPS is a worldwide civic and spiritual organization dedicated to community service, peace and harmony, motivated by Hindu principles. Recently, more than 500 children celebrated at BAPS’s children’s Diwali celebrations by giving toys to children in SickKids hospital. Children went without for themselves – whether chocolate, a birthday present or a coveted toy – to

spend the money on a new toy to be donated to SickKids’ patients. Children also offered prayers for their sick peers in the downtown Toronto hospital. Snehal Patel, one of the project co-ordinators, said in a statement the “helping hands” toy drive was inspired by the motto of His Holiness Pramukh Swami Maharaj: “In the joy of others lies our own.” “It was designed to teach children the value and importance of giving to others, and caring about the greater community,” he said. BAPS Charities has donated more than $100,000 from its annual summer walkathons to SickKids’ Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning, a state-of-the-art hub where SickKids Research Institute’s 260 principal investigators and nearly 2,000 staff work on more than 2,000 funded research projects and 2,400 clinical trials in children’s health now all under one roof. During children’s Diwali celebrations, BAPS officials held children’s games and activities to illustrate Diwali teachings and traditions.

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Andres eats his breakfast at Youth Without Shelter before leaving for school in Etobicoke. A breakfast will be held on Nov. 20 at Queensway Cineplex Odeon to raise money for the organization’s A Home For The Holidays campaign.

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Breakfast event to raise awareness of the isolation of homeless youth during the holidays CYNTHIA REASON creason@insidetoronto.com For 17-year-old Andres, having a home for the holidays at Youth Without Shelter (YWS) means a lot. Kicked out of his parents’ home 16 months ago and finding himself with no one to turn to, Andres found safe haven within the walls of the Etobicoke youth shelter – a home away from home where, despite his family upheaval, he continues to thrive in the Stay in School program. “You know what? We may not be related by blood, but technically we are a family here,” the aspiring chef said over breakfast at YWS last week, before heading off to class at Msgr. Percy Johnson Catholic High School. “Family – that’s what we call ourselves.” For homeless youth like Andres, the holiday season can be an especially tough time of year – one that stirs in them a heightened sense of loneliness and isolation from the seasonal merriment

that surrounds them, said the Holidays breakfast event Wendy Horton, YWS’s execulate next month – an awaretive director. ness-raising kick-off to their “As you get closer and annual holiday Campaign. closer to the holiday season, The “part-inspiration the youth get more and more breakfast, part-fun” event is a depressed and you can just completely new initiative for sense the environment start YWS, said Judy Leroux, YWS’s to change. It’s something hard development manager. to explain, but you see the “What we want to do is take youth drawthe essence of ing more and Youth Without more within Shelter into Most of the year they themselves, the commucan pretend (the nity to help because it’s v e r y, v e r y depression) away, but raise awareh a rd f o r a ness of this during the holiday critical issue youth to be homeless season it becomes t h a t e x i s t s and without our own glaringly apparent. in that family backyard,” – Wendy Horton, YWS executive support,” she she said. director said. To t h o s e “Most of ends, particithe year they pants of the A can pretend it away, but Home for the Holidays event during the holiday season will enjoy a cold continental it becomes glaringly apparbreakfast of cereal, bagels, ent, because the holidays are juice and coffee similar family time and they don’t to that offered to youth at have that in their lives.” the shelter each morning. To help draw awareness to Following breakfast, the the issue of youth homelessinspirational stories of Andres ness this holiday season, YWS and three other YWS youth is set to host the A Home for will play out on the big screen

at The Queensway Cineplex Odeon, then attendees will be invited to participate in a Jeopardy-style YWS Snow Globe Challenge – testing their knowledge of the myths, facts and realities of youth homelessness – hosted by celebrity emcees Luisa D’Oliveira (of CBC’s Cracked) and Ennis Esmer (of CTV’s The Listener). Margaret Bangia, one of four YWS volunteers on the A Home for the Holidays organizing committee, said the aim of the event is twofold – to challenge the sometimes negative views people have of shelters and to raise awareness for a very worthy cause right here in Etobicoke. “I think there’s this misconception about shelters, but I absolutely love Youth Without Shelter. During my first walk-through, I got a really great sense of warmth of community, despite the struggles the kids living there have to go though. So that said a lot to me,” she said. “Secondly, I hope this event helps promote a greater sense of charity locally, because by

The Event Youth Without Shelter’s A Home for the Holidays launch breakfast will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 20 from 7:30 to 9 a.m. at the Queensway Cineplex Odeon Theatre, 1025 The Queensway. Tickets are $15 and include a continental breakfast, entrance to an inspirational film profiling four YWS youth, and participation in YWS’s Snow Globe Challenge. Register as a team (up to 10 members) or as an individual. For more information or to buy tickets, go to www. yws.on.ca helping out YWS you are not only giving youth an opportunity to gain self-respect , you are also empowering them to work and to provide for themselves.” All the funds raised through ticket sales for the A Home for the Holidays event will go towards the YWS’s Holiday Campaign, which not only

helps fund those essential supports and programs the shelter offer throughout the year, but also provides for some special holiday season activities for the youth, Leroux added. “We’re the only family some of our youth have right now, so during the holiday season we try to offer those things a family would,” she said, noting that each and every youth at the shelter wakes up Christmas morning to a package of gifts and a special brunch of waffles and ice cream. Thanks to the extra special effort put forth by YWS staff to make the holidays special, the season is something youth residents like Andres can now look forward to. “Without (YWS), I don’t know if I would have been on the street,” Andres said. “I feel like a ton of rocks are off my chest. I can move, I can breathe, I can be myself. I feel like I can be a kid again, but a kid with responsibilities.”

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arts in brief It’s not too early to think about Christmas. On Monday, Nov. 4 attend Alderwood Library, 2 Orianna Dr. and create your own gift card holders with creative lettering and special touches that will help your gift stand out. It takes place from 7 to 8 p.m. Call 416-394-5310 for more information on this free event. ETOBICOKE STAGES LATEST SHOW wTHEATRE

Theatre Etobicoke presents Who’s In Bed with the Butler at The Assembly Hall, 1 Col. Samuel Smith Park Dr. The show runs Nov. 14, 15, 16, 22, 23 at 8 p.m. and Nov. 24 at 2 p.m. Tickets: $22, $19 for seniors. For information on the show or tickets visit www.theatreetobicoke.com or call 416246-1889.

eMP PRESENTS bYE BYE BIRDIE Etobicoke Musical Productions presents Bye Bye Birdie at Burnhamthorpe Collegiate Institute, 500 The East Mall beginning next month. Burnhamthorpe Collegiate Institute. Shows take place Nov. 15, 16, 22, 24, 29 at 8 p.m. with matinees on Nov. 17, 29 and 30 at 2 p.m. Call the box office at 416248-0410.

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Arts Starts is offering microgrants in amounts up to $1,000 for emerging and newcomer artists, or collectives working in any artistic discipline. The application deadline is Nov. 15. For more information visit www.artstarts.net/ micrograntinfo Georgia Balogiannis is The Guardian’s news editor. Her column appears every second Thursday. Email gbalogiannis@insidetoronto.com

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NEWSPAPER RETRACTION FOR THE BEST BUY OCTOBER 25 CORPORATE FLYER In the October 25 flyer, page 5, the HP All-In-One Inkjet Printer (Web Code: 10221190) was advertised as $79.99. Please be advised that this price is only applicable with the purchase of a laptop, desktop or tablet.Also on page 16, the Canon 16.0 Megapixel Digital Camera With Case and Lowepro Munich 100 Camera Bag (Web Code: 10241051/10241050/10162683) were incorrectly advertised as a bundle. Please be advised that the Lowepro camera bag is not included in this bundle as the Canon digital camera already comes with a Canon case.

Take in the tale of Twelfth Night Audiences will be offered a rare opportunity to enjoy Twelfth Night, Shakespeare’s comedy of mistaken identities, unrequited love, and the pursuit of happiness, at Casa Loma from Oct. 31 to Nov. 7. For the first time since opening its doors to the public in 1936, the interior of this landmark will provide the setting for live daytime Shakespeare when the Humber River Shakespeare Co. mounts its 80 minute abridged version of the play. The Humber River Shakespeare Co. brings with it a reputation for classical theatre productions that are both accessible and entertaining, telling Shakespeare’s timeless stories to novices and experienced theatre patrons alike. Audiences will be treated to the play under the direction of co-founder

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and artistic director, Kevin Hammond and co-founder and artistic producer, Sara Moyle. Following each performance there will be a question and answer period with the actors and an opportunity for a self-guided tour of Casa Loma. “We’re very proud to be partnering with the Humber River Shakespeare Co. to bring Twelfth Night to Casa Loma,” Eva Pyatt, CEO of Casa Loma, said in a statement. “The troupe is a vibrant part of Toronto’s theatre community with a reputation for outstanding productions of Shakespeare’s works. Casa Loma serves as a magical backdrop and this is a wonderful opportunity...” Performances take place Oct. 31, Nov. 1, 4, 5, 6, 7 at 10 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Call 647-725-1822 or visit www. casaloma.org for tickets.

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BEd in Adult Education Apply for classes starting in Winter 2014 Brock University’s Bachelor of Education in Adult Education, as a first or subsequent degree, will enhance and advance your professional knowledge and practice of Adult Education. The experiences that you gain in this program can be applied in a variety of teaching and learning contexts including informal and formal post-secondary academic settings, as well as professional and community-based adult learning environments. You’ll take courses part time. Study online or, if you prefer, in a classroom on Saturdays at a selection of venues in the GTA. It’s the fit that you’re looking for to balance work, life and studies. Best of all, you’ll be part of a community of learners who share your passion for the many facets of adult education. For information please visit brocku.ca/education/futurestudents/adulted or contact us at 905 688 5550, x5547 email: adulted@brocku.ca

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JAMES DEXTER Thursday, October 24, 2013 Chapel

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Spend an evening with Etobicoke’s inductees in the historic charm and elegance of The Old Mill. Please order your tickets early as the dinner is usually sold out! The Etobicoke Sports Hall of Fame is pleased to announce our 2013 Inductees: Reade Baker Doug Fox Bob Nadin Gerry O’Flaherty Sami Jo Small Jim Sturino Red Kelly, Sandy Hawley, Doug Holyday & others will also be attending Also awarded by the Etobicoke Sports Hall of Fame: • Five $1,000 scholarships for students of Humber College • Two Etobicoke High School student awards of $1000 •Donation to the Special Olympics

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o, have you got your Halloween costume picked out yet? Not to worry. If you still haven’t figured out what you’re going to get dressed up as, I canvassed kids all over the city to see what they’d be wearing. Here are just a few of the responses. Maybe one of their getups will inspire you. Lailani, age 9, Etobicoke Lailani: “I’m gonna be a witch.” Will you be trick-ortreating as a good witch or a bad witch? Lailani: “That all depends. If the house is in the Halloween spirit, I’ll be as good as can be. But if there isn’t even a pumpkin out front, I’ll make the bad witch in the Wizard of Oz seem like Mary Poppins.” Mario, 7, North York Mario: “I plan on being be a really big bat.” Which one? Mario: “Either Jose Bautista or Edwin Encarnacion.”

jamie wayne BUT SERIOUSLY Deepti, 5, Etobicoke Deepti: “I’m gonna be a goblin.” So how do you plan to spend your evening, cutie? Deepti: “How else? A goblin candy, a goblin chocolates, a goblin cookies, Rice Krispies squares, you name it. Basically, I’ll be a goblin anything I can get my little hands on.” Chantal, 6, Parkdale Chantal: “I’m going as my idol, Justin.” The Biebs? Chantal: “Give me a break. He’s so 2012. I was referring to the Trudes, the next PM.” Shannon, 8, the Beach Shannon: “I’m gonna be Wonder Woman.” What are your special powers, Wonder Woman? Shannon: “I’m raising six children, I have a full-time job, I’m general manager of my kids’ local gymnastics

club and I can do a marathon in less than threeand-a-half hours.” Mitchell, 22, York University student, York Mitchell: Well, I usually go as a vampire, or a zombie, or a werewolf, you know somebody that really gives you the creeps. But this year I’ve got my most terrifying outfit yet, one that would even send chills up and down Frankenstein’s spine. Wow. I wasn’t aware monsters had spines. I must have missed that lecture in university. Anyhow, you’ve got my attention. So, don’t keep me in suspense. What are you going to be? Mitchell: “The NHL standings.” What the heck is so scary about the NHL standings? Mitchell: “The Leafs are in first place.” Jamie Wayne is a lifelong columnist, who takes writing very seriously. The topics? Not so much. His column appears every Thursday. Contact him at jamie.wayne@sympatico.ca

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Longtime chair of Sports Hall of Fame among 2013 inductees Longtime Etobicoke Sports Hall of Fame chair Jim Sturino is among this year’s inductees to be honoured next month. The 19th annual gala induction dinner takes place Thursday, Nov. 7 at the Old Mill Inn and Spa, 21 Old Mill Rd. Reception and cocktails start at 6 p.m., followed by dinner and ceremony at 6:30 p.m. This year, the hall of fame will induct: Reade Baker; Doug Fox; Bob Nadin; Gerry O’Flaherty; Sami Jo Small and Jim Sturino. n Baker is Woodbine’s top trainer in terms of purse earnings and stakes race winners. Twice, he developed and trained Canada’s Horse of the Year: Fatal Bullet and Bear Now. Some of the most important owners in the business, including Frank Stronach, Jim and Susan Hill and former Kentucky governor Brereton C. Jones, entrust their horses to Baker’s stable. n Fox spent the bulk of his career with Humber College in administration, where he helped turn Humber into a top destination for student athletes. Under Fox’s leadership, the Humber Hawks in the 2011 to 2012

This year, the hall of fame will induct Reade Baker, Doug Fox, Bob Nadin, Gerry O’Flaherty, Sami Jo Small and Jim Sturino.

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Jim Sturino, former chair of the Etobicoke Sports Hall of Fame, pauses by the wall of inductees at the Mastercard Arena on Kipling Avenue. Sturino will be inducted into the hall this year.

season earned 18 team and individual provincial gold medals. Last year, Humber won 13 team and individual provincial golds and three national Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association titles. n Nadin’s career as a referee and a referee supervisor has taken him to multiple Olympic Games and

international hockey events around the world as one of Canada’s most highly decorated officials. He officiated university games before moving up to the Ontario Hockey Association, eventually becoming referee-in-chief of the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association, today known as Hockey

Canada, from 1976 to 1986. The pinnacle of his on-ice career was his officiating of seven games at the 1972 Winter Olympics in Sapporo, Japan, and working the World Junior Championship in Russia two years later. n O’Flaherty played 438 games in the NHL. Beginning his career with the Leafs, O’Flaherty soon netted 98 goals and 85 assists with the Vancouver Canucks over six seasons. He contributed four points in seven games in the 1975 to ’76 playoffs. He later became a scout, evaluating players for 24 years with the Montreal Canadiens, during which time the team won two Stanley Cups.

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Films on surviving the Holocaust Holocaust Education Week begins Sunday with One Story At A Time, a screening of films by authors whose memoirs of surviving the Holocaust have been made into films through The

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Truscott author leads library talk Hear true-crime author Nate Hendley cast light on the highly controversial Steven Truscott case. Hendley will read from his book, Steven Truscott: Decades of Injustice, Thursday, Nov. 7 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Brentwood library, 36 Brentwood Rd. N. near Bloor Street West and Royal York Road. Truscott is one of Canada’s most famous victims of

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RARELY AVAILABLE custom contemporary home featuring highend finishes – open concept, granite countertops, European 416 stainless appliances, wire brushed hardwood floors, skylit marble clad ensuite complete with dressing room, wrought iron railings, 5 burner gas stove top, fireplace and BBQ hookup, Cat 5 in each room for video/computer, pot lights, landscaped yard with 2 huge decks, RE/MAX Professionals Inc, detached wired garage with walkout, parking for 5 cars. Steps to subway, shops, restaurants and parks. Quiet street! $1,249,000 Brokerage

236-1241

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FRANK LEO Broker 416

917-5466

JEFF MACKO Sales Representative

RENOVATED CENTENNIAL PARK BEAUTY!!

416 416

236-6000 565-3332

www.GetLeo.com Impressive detached 4 bedroom 2 storey, with Re/Max West Realty Inc., Brokerage

Independently Owned and Operated

expansion. Fabulous designer kitchen, spacious principal rooms, main floor family rm, w/ vaulted ceilings & stunning fireplace, large master with 5 pc ensuite & walk-in closet, 4 wshrm, finished basement with separate in-law suite, plus many extras, must be seen. $849,900!!!

SUTTON WEST REALTY INC., Brokerage Independently Owned and Operated

OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 2-4 PM

Executive 4+2 Bdrm Backsplit, One Of The Largest In Area, Meticulously Maintained, Large Family Rm W/ Fireplace & W/O to Patio, Renovated eat in Kitchen and 3 Baths, Refinished Hwd Flrs, Newer Thermal Windows, Custom Shutters, Freshly Painted,Ceramic Flrs in Foyer Kit & Baths, 50 x 150 Ft Fenced Lot. Just Move in 23 Parmalea Cres. See You There.

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Renovated Freehold Townhome on a deep 20 x 133ft lot backing onto Manchester Park. Almost 2500sq ft of living space, private 15 SKELTON STREET drive and garage.

OPEN HOUSE SAT & SUN 2-4 PM

Ingrid

Smith sales representative

Dave

Proulx sales representative

416-769-6050

www.IngridSmith.com Re/MaxWestRealtyInc.,Brokerage Independently Owned and Operated

416-769-1616

Fabulous 50 x 110’lot! $639,900 • Open House Sat 2-4 • 11 La Rush Dr.

Eric Mattei & Dario Mattei Brokers

416 245-9933

Spacious 3 Bedroom Bungalow In A Superb Etobicoke Location! Features Family Sized Kitchen With Breakfast Area & Walk Out To Balcony. Spacious Living/Dining Area! Master Suite With Walkout To Balcony & Yard! Finished Lower Level Has Kitchen, Rec Room, Games Room, 3 Piece Bath & Walk Up Separate Entrance! *Double Garage!* Quiet Court In An Enclave Of Some Of The Finest Homes And Premium Lots! Steps To Wonderful Ravines, Parks, Ttc, & Much More! www.matteirealty.ca

dario@matteirealty.ca

Royal LePage West Realty Group Ltd., Brokerage

Independently Owned and Operated

OPEN HOUSE SHOWCASE OPEN HOUSE SAT & SUN 2-4 PM 00 9,0 4 $5

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67 RATHBURN ROAD

CENTRAL ETOBICOKE

Desirable Islington Heights. Great Opportunity To Reno Or Rebuild. Separate Ent. To Bsmt W/In-Law Potential. Strip Hardwood On Main Flrs. Stone Fireplace. Pool-Sized Yard. 62.5’X120’ Lot. Walking Distance To Thorncrest Plaza, TTC, Parks, Schools & Islington Golf Course.

2 HAWTHORNE ROAD 73 x 136 Ft Lot. Spotless 3 Bedroom Bungalow! Eat In Kitchen, Main Floor Laundry, Detached Double Garage, Double Drive, One Of The Largest Lots In The Area! Plenty Of Room To Add On. Build A New 4100 Sq Ft 2 Storey Home Or 3300 Sq Ft Detached Bungalow. JEFF MACKO 416 236-6000 · 416 565-3332 Sales Representative Sutton West Realty Inc., Brokerage

PAUL CACHIA

Working for you with professionalism, honesty, and integrity 416 620-0070 DIRECT: 416 294-9016 www.etobicokerealestateagent.com OFFICE:

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DIRECT:

7 RUBY LANG LANE - ISLINGTON VILLAGE

Exceptionally Refined Living at “Islington Village” Dark Wood Floors, Stainless Steel Appliances, Luxurious Ensuite Bath, Marble Countertops, Gas F/P, Double Gar, Overlooks Park, California Shutters, Much More.

416-234-2424 416-230-6396

natkania@trebnet.com

Selling The Most Important Homes...YOURS! SUTTON GROUP OLD MILL REALTY Inc., Brokerage Independently Owned & Operated

108 FOURTH STREET Very Affordable Det. Home. Steps To Lake With Private Yard With Tall Cedars & Fenced Private Parking At Back. Awning Covered Patio. Well-Maintained. Close To Schools, Parks, Shopping & T.T.C. Windows - 4 Yrs, Roof - 4Yrs, Furnace - 8 Years, A/C 200 Amp, Instant Tankless Hwt PAUL THOMAS Sales Representative 905 896-3333 D: 416 988-6719 SUTTON GROUP REALTY SYSTEMS INC., Brokerage

DAVID SCHNARR 905 858-3434 Sales Representative Remax Realty Specialists Inc., Brokerage

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REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE:

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Right At Home Realty Inc., Brokerage

NATALIE KANIA SALES

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PATRICIA A. BREWITT

416 508-7035

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LYNDA KNAGGS

MARK ROURKE

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RE/MAX WEST REALTY INC., BROKERAGE

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Buying or Selling? Servicing Etobicoke for the last 27 years

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Direct: 416-592-0253 Office/Pager:

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bsoteros@trebnet.com

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Coldwell Banker Terrequity Realty Independently Owned & Operated

To advertise in this section please call

RYAN NGOVU

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Zoie Tassone 416-495-6625

SALES REPRESENTATIVE

Direct: 416-520-9609

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julross@trebnet.com

www.julierosshomes.com

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416-231-5000

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SUTTON WEST REALTY INC., Brokerage Independently Owned and Operated

OR

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Tina Klein Stanley, Broker

www.tinaklein.com

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This Well Loved 4 Bedroom4 Level Backsplit Is Spacious And Needs Updating. The Original 1950 Eat-In Kitchen, 2 Bathrooms, Warm Oak Hardwood Floors Throughout The House, The Basement Has Drywall And Would Make A Great Media Room! EVERY SO OFTEN I COME ACROSS A HOME THAT IS JUST THAT. A Really Nice Home! This 3 Level Back Split Is Situated On A Nice Size Lot, Has A Large Living/Dining Room Combination With A Renovated Eat-In Kitchen, Notice The Stainless Steel Appliances. 3 Generous Bedrooms, Dream Bathroom, Warm Oak Hardwood Floors Throughout, Nice Recreation Room With Log Burning Fireplace And A Renovated 1/2 Bathroom. You’ll Love The Backyard With The Deck And Gazebo (Yes, It Stays). For A Picture Tour Visit: www.tinaklein.com

TWO BEDROOM IN-LAW SUITE! This Is A Really Nice Home With An Open Concept Living/Dining Rm, A Picture Window Overlooks The Front Yard. The Modern Eat-In Kitchen Is Every Cook’s Dream Complete With Granite Counters. Warm Hardwood Floors, Renovated Bathroom. The Basement Has A 2 Bedroom In-Law Suite With 2 Separate Entrances. Nice Size Kitchen/Living Room. There Is A 3 Season Solarium, Secret Room, The Garden Is Your Little Oasis. Pictures Don’t Do It Justice! For A Picture Tour Visit: www.tinaklein.com

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THIS WELL LOVED 3 BEDROOM BUNGALOW IS A RENOVATOR’S DREAM!

SOLD

Situated On A Nice Pie-Shaped Lot. This Home Still Has The Original 1950 Eat-In Kitchen And The Original Bathroom, 3 Generous Bedrooms With Warm Oak Hardwood Floors. The Basement Has Been Updated With Drywall, And Is Enormous, Full Of Potential. This Is A Great Property And At This Price It Won’t Be Long On The Market!! **Note This Home Has A Back Water Valve To Prevent Sewer Back-Ups. For A Picture Tour Visit: www.tinaklein.com

OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS! It Is After Some 50 Years That The Seller Has Decided To Sell Her Home. This Well Loved 2 Bedroom Bungalow (Used To Be Three, Can Easily Be Restored, Just Add A Wall) Has Gleaming Hardwood Floors Under The Wall To Wall Broadloom, Updated Eat-In Kitchen, 2 Bathrooms, Of Course There Is Central Air For Those Hot Days In July. The Basement Is Full Of Potential, Unspoiled, Nice Lot, Single Car Garage.

SOLD

Find your

PERFECT match!

Royal LePage Real Estate Services Inc., Brokerage Call 416 231 3000 Call for further lepageandstewart.com information - $1,598,000 CONSUMER FEATURE

Minto Longbranch launches with record sales

New Minto project proves Lake ShoreWest real estate market is among hottest in the GTA With record-breaking sales in its first night, Minto Longbranch released urban towns at a pricepoint unheard of in the Toronto market last week at its VIP launch. With line-ups out the door, hundreds of prospective purchasers gathered in the new sales centre where 150 units were sold. “The community reception was phenomenal, well beyond anything we expected. Minto Longbranch is on track, in my opinion, to be the best-received new community in the GTA for 2013,” says Amanda Wilson Watkins, Vice President of Marketing and Sales. In a sales-frenzy, eager purchasers filled every seat in the house. Priced from the low $200,000s, and offering 448 spacious units, Minto Longbranch is the last piece of affordable Toronto lakeside real estate. In a real estate market dominated by high-rise condos, Minto Longbranch invites purchasers to a new lakeside community of stacked and back-to-back urban towns. Perfect for families, young couples and single buyers, these one, two, and three bedroom towns, with up to three storeys, range from 515 to 1582 s.f. Lining Lake Shore West in the heart of one of city’s most historic

(From left) Vince Santino, Vice President of Development; Vicki Schmidt, Sales Manager; Daniel Belanger, Senior Vice President, GTA; Amanda Wilson Watkins, Vice President of Marketing and Sales; Natascha Pieper, Director of Marketing.

communities, this new neighbourhood offers a more personalized welcome home. A celebration of the unique character of the neighbourhood, purchasers were led through the sales centre to interactive touch screens to explore the culture-steeped area. Throughout the evening, guests enjoyed local flavours including freshly-made iced cream from Sweet Olenka’s, mini-burgers fromWoody’s,andgourmetgrilled cheese from Melt, highlighting the in-demand eateries and hidden gems that contribute to Long Branch’s village appeal. Clearly visible from Minto Longbranch, downtown Toronto is easily accessible. Departing from the Long Branch GO Station, Long-

branch is 15 minutes from the downtown core. The 501 Queen Streetcar crosses from the east Toronto Beaches, through the city, right to Minto Longbranch. “Minto Longbranch is a significant contribution to Toronto’s sustainable growth because it allows people to live, work and play without having to rely on a car,” said Wilson Watkins. Model units showcased the flat roofs, clean lines, and welldefined entrances of the row’s facades, each unit having a direct relationship to the street. On November 9th, Minto Longbranch invites the community to explore this new collection of contemporary urban towns. To register, go to www.mintolongbranch.com.

A SPACIOUS & CHARMING OLDE MIMICO 4-BEDROOM HOME!!! This splendidly spacious & simply charming 4 bedroom home is ideally located on a picturesque street in the heart of sought-after Mimico! Steps to the Lake, parks, streetcar, bus & GO Train! Features an oversized inviting living

32 SYMONS ST. • OPEN HOUSE SAT/SUN 2-4 PM

room; elegant & stately dining room & cozy family room! Upstairs are 4 bedrooms & retro bathroom. Situated on a sprawling 30 x 125-ft lot with mature gardens, private tranquil backyard, double private driveway/ garage! Listed at $589,000

Angela & Paul Giraudy, Sales Representatives www.giraudy.com 416-231-3000

ROYAL LEPAGE REAL ESTATE SVCS LTD., BROKERAGE


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Frank Leo

PROVEN RESULTS!!! OVER 1.5 ACRES IN PRESTIGIOUS EDGEHILL GARDENS!! Spectacular Stone Mansion in ultra private setting, one of Toronto’s finest neighbourhoods. Fabulous country living in the city, multiple walkouts,pool complex with gazebo,fresh water pond,tennis courts,master retreat,simply stunning.Incredible 690’ depth with access from cul-de-sac great potential for future development. One of a kind jewel, please contact Frank Leo for any questions. $6,300,000

SPECTACULAR LUXURY ESTATE!

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INCREDIBLE CUSTOM BUILT BEAUTY!! Stunning renovated 3+1bdrm 2 storey, in high demand south Etobicoke, just steps to the Lake, Parks, schools, shops, & all conveniences. Spectacular ultra luxury modern finishes thru-out, custom gourmet kitchen,granite countertop, S S appl, main flr family & laundry rm, 4 amazing full washrooms, master with 5 pc ensuite & w/o to balcony, coffered ceiling, waterfall detached double garage and much more, must be seen for $949,900!!

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GORGEOUS RENOVATED RAISED BUNGALOW W/O BSMNT!! Situated on a quiet Court, 234’ deep Ravine lot. Totally renovated custom gourmet kitchen, Quartz countertop, stainless steel appliances, Large open concept layout, sunken living rm, formal dining rm, circular staircase, spacious family rm with w/o to patio overlooking ravine, fabulous neighborhood, close to all conveniences only $899,900!!

BRAND NEW CUSTOM BUILT!! Gorgeous detached 2 storey luxury Ashbury Victoria homes, in the high demand Long Branch area. Master craftsmanship and quality finishes thru- out truly must be seen, located close to all amenities, just minutes to down town Toronto for only $808,000!!

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Impressive detached 4 bedroom 2 storey, with expansion. Fabulous designer kitchen, spacious principal rooms, main floor family rm, w/ vaulted ceilings & stunning fireplace, large master with 5 pc ensuite & walk-in closet, 4 wshrm, finished basement with separate in-law suite, plus many extras, must be seen $849,900!!

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SPECTACULAR LOT!! Sprawling Ranch Bungalow on an amazing 108’ x 162’ lot. Open concept living & dining rm, eat in kitchen, separate entrance to bsmnt, double garage, long private drive, interlock patio and much more for only $799,900!!

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CYNTHIA REASON creason@insidetoronto.com Three steps from the top of a well-worn staircase leading to the bedrooms at Etobicoke’s historic Montgomery’s Inn, visitors have been known to be struck by a sudden, unexplained chill. Some say it’s the bitter ghost of the inn’s matriarch, Margaret Montgomery, who died just a few paces down the hall in 1855. Her ghastly death at age 47, the legend goes, came after two years of painful confinement in the same bed she birthed all seven of her children, suffering, as she did, from terrible rheumatoid arthritis. Nan Brien, a retired drama teacher who has served as Montgomery’s Inn’s resident storyteller for nearly two decades, said the otherworldly presence of Margaret and that of her dead babies – only two of her seven children survived to adulthood – are still felt strongly in that bedroom. “In the last two years of her life, she was stuck in the master bedroom in that canopy bed, with the curtains all around. I can picture her calling for her maids. Sometimes they might have answered her cries and sometimes they wouldn’t,” Brien, dressed in period garb, told The Guardian of Margaret’s end-of-life suffering early one dreary October morning in the Inn’s tavern. “In those days they might have had laudanum and some mild painkillers, but nothing that would have dulled the pain enough to get her moving, I’m sure.” Margaret’s ghost, with whom Brien said she feels a connection, claims that soon after she became bedridden and could no longer work her regular 16-hour days minding the inn, her husband Thomas Montgomery – an immigrant from Northern Ireland who cultivated a thriving business in Etobicoke – stopped paying any attention to her, leaving her feeling abandoned. Now, even more than 150 years after her death, Brien said she can still hear the faint echoes of Margaret’s bitter ghost, calling upon her husband to pay for the sins he committed in relentless pursuit of the almighty dollar. “Women in those times weren’t really allowed to vent their anger, but I see her coming back as a ghost who is able to say exactly what she thinks,” Brien said. Margaret’s ghost – although most pronounced – isn’t the only soul that haunts the halls of Montgomery’s

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Inn, however. Tom Travaglini, a museum attendant at Montgomery’s for the last 10 years, said that in addition to the nine out of 10 museum visitors who report feeling Margaret’s chilly presence on the inn’s staircase, there have been countless other reports of strange encounters throughout the building. Some museum volunteers and employees claim to have heard the sound of phantom babies crying from the building’s second floor; others have reported the clamoring of previously latched cupboard doors creaking mysteriously open of their own volition; still others witnessed a museum guest being “pulled” by some unseen force into one of the inn’s fireplaces not two years ago; and Travaglini himself has borne witness to the ghosts of wayward travellers past, who still like to lay their weary heads upon the pillows of Montgomery’s Inn. Not too long ago, Travaglini said he was tending to the inn’s Traveller’s Room, when he noticed each of the pillows on the room’s three beds appeared to bear “the indentation of a head, like someone was sleeping in it.” “It happened three days in a row.

I’d come and straighten the pillows out throughout the day, but each time I came back, the indentations were back again and again,” he said. “It was creepy.” Travaglini isn’t the only one in his family to come in contact with the restless souls who still inhabit the inn, either.

In the last two years of her life, she was stuck in the master bedroom in that canopy bed, with the curtains all around. – Nan Brien, inn storyteller, describing Margaret Montgomery’s suffering

Nearly 30 years ago, when his now-daughter-in-law Natalie came to Montgomery’s Inn on a class trip, she had an encounter with a spirit that caused such a fright, that she’s refused to return to the inn since. On that fateful day, Natalie’s class climbed up the staircase with that one chilly step, then proceeded past the bedrooms of William Montgomery – Thomas and Margaret’s firstborn surviving son – and that of his parents, and

into one of the other bedrooms. “As the tour went on, Natalie’s teacher counted the kids and realized she was missing one, so she went back out into the hallway to find Natalie still standing frozen outside William’s bedroom,” Travaglini said. “She said, ‘Natalie, what are you doing? Come on, let’s go.’ But Natalie just looked at her and said, ‘I can’t. Somebody’s pulling my dress. I can’t go. I can’t move.’” Natalie’s teacher eventually coaxed the eight-year-old away from the bedroom door to join the rest of her class, but that was the last time she ever set foot in the inn. And more recently, but in the exact same spot Natalie had her encounter, Travaglini’s battle-hardened sister – an air force and Navy veteran who fought in the Bosnian war – took an unexpected and unexplained spill. “This strong woman who flew planes, who was in a submarine and who was bombed during the war, she fainted right here in the same spot as Natalie. When she came to, she said something just hit her and she fainted. She couldn’t explain it.” Indeed, many things remain unexplained at Montgomery’s Inn...


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Rexdale Community Health Centre WHEN: 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. WHERE: Rexdale Community Health Centre, 8 Taber Rd. CONTACT: 416-744-0066, ext. 2375 COST: Free Program offers five free massage therapy sessions for people with Type 2 diabetes beginning today and ending Nov. 29. You must be willing to commit to all five sessions to be eligible. Call to book an appointment. Cadence WHEN: 8 to 9:30 p.m. WHERE: St. Matthew’s Anglican Church, 3962 Bloor St. W. CONTACT: Amy Hartin, 416-231-4014 COST: $5 These events will give the community of Etobicoke an opportunity to celebrate many different kinds of artistic expression. The evenings will highlight the work of musicians, painters, poets and take on the character of a coffee house setting. Those interested in performing/ submitting art are asked to call the above number.

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Art Class for Beginners WHEN: 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. WHERE: Eatonville library, 430 Burnhamthorpe Rd. CONTACT: Stephen Arroz, 416-394-5270, sarroz@torontopubliclibrary.ca COST: Free Artist Asha Rastogi shows you easy techniques for creating beautiful drawings and paintings. All materials are supplied. Call to register.

Boulevard West and Park Lawn Road CONTACT: www.ccfew.org, brian@ ccfew.org COST: Free Citizens Concerned about the Future of the Etobicoke Waterfront hosts a community bird walk, led by a local birder. Meet at the south parking lot. Frosty Fair – Christmas Bazaar WHEN: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. WHERE: St. Paul’s United Church, 85 Thirty First St. CONTACT: Dorothy Stewart, 416-259-6541, dstewart51@rogers. com COST: Free Annual Christmas bazaar with food, baked goods, silent auction, books, jewelry, and more. Bloordale Baseball Anniversary WHEN: 3 p.m. WHERE: Millwood Park, 222 Mill Rd. CONTACT: 50years@bloordalebaseball.com COST: Free Bloordale will be having its first ever adult three-pitch day and pub night.

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Community Bird Walk WHEN: 9 to 11 a.m. WHERE: Humber Bay East Park, Lake Shore

Life Changers Partnership Dinner WHEN: 6:30 p.m. WHERE: Life Changers Church, 314 Rexdale Blvd. CONTACT: Bishop Shawn Howard, 647-203-5970, info@lifechangerschurch.ca COST: $50/person or vendor table $150 The dinner is to raise funds to support community development and outreach efforts, and to collaborate with other individuals, entrepreneurs and businesses to make a lasting impact on the lives of children, youth and families in the community. Vendor space available.

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Investor Education Speaker Series WHEN: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. WHERE: Westin Bristol Place, 950 Dixon Rd. CONTACT: Maeve Hannigan, 416-955-4570, ext. 570, hannigan@ veritasinc.com COST: Free One of Canada’s best known

portfolio managers, Larry Berman is reinforcing the importance of investor education as he tours the country to provide an opportunity to learn, listen, and ask the questions that will help Canadians build a solid financial foundation for the future.

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Holocaust Education Week Presentation WHEN: 1:15 to 2:15 p.m. WHERE: Richview library, 1806 Islington Ave. CONTACT: James Murchison, 416394-5120, jmurchison@torontopubliclibrary.ca COST: Free Listen to a Holocaust survivor recount their experiences and stories about this troubling period of world history. Etobicoke Horticultural Society WHEN: 8 to 9:30 p.m. WHERE: Lambton Kingsway Junior Middle School, 525 Prince Edward Dr. CONTACT: Barbara Yake, 416-233-9795, www.gardenontario.org/site.php/eto-

bicoke, ehs.by@bell.net COST: Free Speaker Marsha Gettas discusses ‘Making Decisions in Your Garden’. Site, individual needs, suggested research, action plans and favourite plants will be covered. Gettas lectures on garden design, low maintenance, edibles and roses. Refreshments are available. Everyone welcome.

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Time Together WHEN: 1:30 to 3 p.m. WHERE: Humbervale Place, 1447 Royal York Rd. CONTACT: Rev. Dindy Randall, 416-249-2821, mmlj365@hotmail. com COST: Free Crime prevention officer, Const. Ryan Willmer, from 23 Division speaks about fraud prevention and scams that target seniors

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Catch 22 targets Christopher Heald This week’s Catch 22 most wanted is 30-year-old Christopher Heald. Heald is wanted by police in south Etobicoke’s 22 Division on a charge of assault. Officers are now asking the community for its assistance in finding the accused. Anyone who sees Heald is urged to call 911, while anyone with information about his whereabouts Christopher is asked to call Heald 22 Division at 416-808-2200, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com or text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637). Launched back in February, Catch 22 is a successful police program at 22 Division that publishes the name, picture, and alleged crime of one of south Etobicoke’s most wanted. That information is then broadcast over both traditional and new medias each week in the hope that someone in the community will recognize the accused and contact police with information about their whereabouts.

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Teen, 14, placed in chokehold and mugged near Islington and St. George Police are seeking a male in connection with the mugging of a 14-yearold boy near Islington Avenue and St. George Boulevard Oct. 25. According to police, the suspect approached the victim from behind at around 3:15 p.m., put him in a chokehold, stole his cellphone and fled the scene. The victim was unhurt. The suspect is described as black, 15 to 19,

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Three teens escaped injury following a mugging near Park Lawn Road and The Queensway Friday. The victims were in the area at around 4:45 p.m. when they were approached from behind by two males. The first suspect, who was wearing a disguise, brandished an object and demanded one of the victims’ cellphones.

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Etobicoke high school golfer cracks Top 20 UNDEFEATED A couple of Toronto high school students managed to crack the Top 20 at the recent provincial golf championships organized by the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations. The boys two-round event was held Oct. 16 and 17 at the Essex

Golf and Country Club. Top local finisher was York Mills Collegiate’s Gavin McQueenie who tied for 13th with a two-round total of 151 (77, 74), nine shots behind the leader. Also cracking the Top 20 was Tyler Erb of Etobicoke Collegiate with 154 (77, 77), tied for 18th. The girls

event was held Oct. 17 in the Barrie area. The only city golfer to crack the Top 20 was Ana Peric of Richview Collegiate, tied for 13th with an 81, nine shots off the pace.

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NOTICE OF FILING OF TRANSPORTATION ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY REPORT Highway 427 Class Environmental Assessment Study from Albion Road to Highway 7, City of Toronto and City of Vaughan THE STUDY The Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO) has completed a Class Environmental Assessment (EA) Study to determine a long-term strategy which will address the needs of Highway 427 between Albion Road and Highway 7. The study area extends approximately 4 km along Highway 427 from approximately 1.5 km south of Albion Road to just north of Highway 7. The key features of the Recommended Plan include the following: • Widening Highway 427 to an ultimate eight lane cross-section with one designated High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lane in each direction; • Minor modifications to selected ramps of the 427/407 and Highway 7 Interchanges and rehabilitation and widening of selected bridges; • Localized minor adjustments to drainage ditches; extension of existing watercourse crossing culverts and the provision of three stormwater management facilities; and • Minor localized property requirements to accommodate the highway widening. THE PROCESS This study has followed the approved environmental planning process for Group ‘B’ projects under the Class Environmental Assessment for Provincial Transportation Facilities (2000). External agency and public consultation has taken place throughout the study. A Transportation Environmental Study Report (TESR) has been prepared to document the study findings. The TESR is available for a 30-calendar day public review period beginning November 7, 2013 at the following locations and on the project website (www.427albiontohwy7ea.ca): Ministry of Transportation Ministry of the Environment Regional Municipality of Peel Central Region Central Region Clerk’s Office Planning and Environmental Office 5775 Yonge Street, 8th Floor 10 Peel Centre Drive 1201 Wilson Avenue Toronto, ON M2M 4J1 Brampton, ON L6T 4B9 3rd Floor, Building D Downsview, ON M3M 1J8 City of Vaughan Public Library Woodbridge Library 150 Woodbridge Avenue Woodbridge, ON L4L 2S7

City of Brampton Public Library Gore Meadows Community Centre and Library 10150 The Gore Road Brampton, ON L6P 0A6

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CHAMPS: The girls softball team from Etobicoke’s John G. Althouse Middle School have been ‘scary’ good this month in winning the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) Grade 7/8 championship. They did it with an undefeated eight-game post season that culminated Monday at Humber Valley Village Junior Middle School with a two-game sweep at the city finals.

Send us your sports stories If your sports team or individual athlete has some good news to share, send it along to the newsroom and you could see it published on these pages. We accept team photos as well, where the team has captured a title or ranked well in a tournament. Feel free to include names of the play-

ers, however we cannot guarantee publication. Please include information about your news, the date of the event and contact information for verification purposes. Publication of a photo depends on quality of the image. Email etg@ insidetoronto.com

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Interested persons are encouraged to review this document and provide comments by December 9, 2013. If, after consulting with the Ministry’s consultant and staff, you have serious unresolved concerns, you have the right to request that the Minister of the Environment (77 Wellesley Street West, 11th Floor, Ferguson Block, Toronto, ON M7A 2T5) issue a Part II Order (‘bump-up’) for this project. This may lead to the preparation of an Individual Environmental Assessment. A copy of a Part II Order request should be forwarded to MTO and McCormick Rankin at the addresses below. If there are no outstanding concerns after December 9, 2013, the project will be considered to have met the requirements of the Class EA. COMMENTS To obtain additional information or provide comments, please contact: Mr. Nanda Kandiah, P.Eng. Mrs. Dana Glofcheskie, P.Eng. Project Manager Consultant Project Manager Ministry of Transportation McCormick Rankin 1201 Wilson Avenue 2655 North Sheridan Way Building D, 4th Floor Mississauga, ON L5K 2P8 Downsview, ON M3M 1J8 toll-free: 1-877-562-7947 tel: 416-235-5397 tel: 905-823-8500 ext. 1285 e-mail: project-team@427albiontohwy7ea.ca e-mail: project-team@427albiontohwy7ea.ca If you have any accessibility requirements in order to participate in this project, please contact one of the Project Team members listed above. Information will be collected in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. With the exception of personal information, all comments will become part of the public record. Des renseignements sont disponibles en français en composant 905 823-8500 Poste 1471 (Yannick Garnier).

ONTARIO’S TRANSIT PANEL WANTS TO HEAR FROM YOU The Transit Investment Strategy Advisory Panel was established by the Government of Ontario to look at ways to fund transportation across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA). Traffic congestion impacts all of us in our daily lives. The GTHA needs to expand public transit. We want to find ways to fund transit and want your input. Visit transitpanel.ca or attend one of our public meetings. Space is limited, so please register online at transitpanel.ca/events to reserve a place. Vaughan

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TDSB football Senior tier one football

Friday, Nov. 1, 2:30 p.m. w Richview Collegiate (4-1) at Sir John A Macdonald (1-3-1) Senior tier two football

Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2 p.m. w Martingrove CI hosting Humberside w Lakeshore CI at Downsview SS w Silverthorn CI at Newtonbrook SS

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North York Storm defender Charlotte Marshall, right, the Etobicoke Dolphins’ Mya Reyes, Storm goalie Caelan Brown and Dolphins Victoria Paluch and Sarah Sinclair search for the puck in a goalmouth scramble during atom ‘BB’ girls’ hockey action at the MasterCard Centre on Sunday. The Storm went on to win 2-1.

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Friday, Nov. 1, 2 p.m. w Michael Power hosts Chaminade

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Tuesday, Nov. 5, noon w North Albion Collegiate (2-2) plays against Runnymede (4-0) in the Argos Bowl at Birchmount Stadium. It’s followed by the Double-Blue Bowl with Westview Centennial and Borden / Mowat Junior football - quarterfinals

Thursday, Oct. 31, 2 p.m. w Etobicoke CI at East York CI w Richview CI hosting North Toronto CI Friday, Nov. 1, 12:30 p.m. w Silverthorn CI at Northern TDSB boys volleyball, west div. Tier one senior, junior

Monday, Nov. 4 w west region championship, TBA TDSB girls basketball, west div. Tier one senior, junior

Tuesday, Nov. 5 w west region championship, TBA

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Thursday, Oct. 31 w Don Bosco hosts Cardinal McGuigan Monday, Nov. 4 w Henry Carr at Madonna w Father Redmond hosts Bishop Allen w Archbishop Romero at St. Basil’s w Msgr Johnson hosts Crawford Academy w Michael Power/St. Joseph at Bishop Marrocco

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UPCOMING GAME The Etobicoke Eagles fall development football team close out the regular season Sunday, 1 p.m. at Centennial Stadium, hosting Cambridge.

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Monday, Nov. 4 w Don Bosco at Madonna w Father Redmond hosts Bishop Allen w Henry Carr hosts Archbishop Romero

Tuesday, Nov. 5, final four w To be determined Provincial Junior A Hockey

Wednesday, Nov. 6 w hosting Pickering, 8:30 p.m. * home games played at Westwood Arenas, 90 Woodbine Dwns Blvd.

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THURSDAY, Oct. 31, quarterfinals w Bishop Allen vs Monsignor Johnson w winner between Michael Power and Monsignor Charbonnel vs Pope John Paul II

Saturday, Nov. 2, 8 p.m. w hosting Kingston Sunday, Nov. 3, 3 p.m. w at North York Rangers (at Herbert Carnegie Centennial Centre, 580 Finch Ave. West)

Canadian Women’s Hockey League Toronto Furies

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Provincial Women’s Hockey League Etobicoke Dolphins Jr. team

Saturday, Nov. 2, 1:15 p.m. w hosting Waterloo Saturday, Nov. 16, 1:15 p.m. w hosting Southwest

Saturday, Nov. 9, 8 p.m. w hosting Calgary Inferno Sunday, Dec. 15. w hosting Brampton (location TBD) Saturday Dec. 21, 7:30 p.m. w hosting Montreal

Sunday Dec. 22, 12:45 p.m. w hosting Montreal * home games at MasterCard Centre

SPORTS SCHEDULE For complete sports coverage, visit www.inside toronto.com/ etobicoketoronto-onsports

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NOTICE OF THIRD OPEN HOUSE AND PUBLIC MEETING

for Lakeview Waterfront Connection Project Environmental Assessment Credit Valley Conservation and Region of Peel The Region of Peel and Credit Valley Conservation with support from Toronto and Region Conservation and the City of Mississauga have initiated an environmental assessment under the Ontario Environmental Assessment Act to create a new natural waterfront park that will establish ecological habitat and public linkages on the eastern Mississauga waterfront. The Lakeview Waterfront Connection (LWC) Project is a part of Inspiration Lakeview, the City of Mississauga’s vision for its eastern waterfront. THIRD PUBLIC MEETING - WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2013 Oasis Convention Centre, 1036 Lakeshore Rd E, Mississauga, ON, L5E 1E4 PURPOSE: To present refinements to the preferred alternative and the detailed effects assessment in advance of the release of the Draft EA for review.

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in the home stretch running to win: The Toronto District School Board held its cross country finals at Centennial Park last Thursday. Hundreds of students from grades 2 to 8 took part, including John of Rosethorn Junior School in Etobicoke (front). He led the way to take first place in the Grade 3 boys 1300 metres. Philip Radeff (right) of Chine Drive Drive Public School in Scarborough came in 4th. Below, the Grade 3 girls take off for their 1300 metre race. Staff photos/IAN KELSO

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This and other consultation opportunities will be advertised on the project website, in local newspapers and through the project mailing list. If you are unable to attend, but would like to learn more and/or comment on the LWC Project visit www.creditvalleyca.ca/lwc on or after November 20, 2013. To be added to the project mailing list or if you have project-related questions, contact Michael Charendoff, Coordinator, Watershed Projects Toronto and Region Conservation - 70 Canuck Ave, Toronto ON, M3K 2C5 Phone: 416-661-6600 ext 5280, Fax: 416-667-6278, Email: mcharendoff@trca.on.ca On December 5, 2012, the Minister of the Environment approved the Terms of Reference (ToR) for the LWC Project. This study is being carried out according to the ToR and the requirements of the Environmental Assessment Act. The LWC ToR and all project background information can be found on the project webpage - www.creditvalleyca.ca/lwc. Under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and the Environmental Assessment Act, unless otherwise stated in the submission, any personal information such as name, address, telephone number and property location included in a submission will become a part of the public record files for this matter and will be released, if requested, to any person.

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HIP HOP HALLOWEEN: (Clockwise from above) Dorothy Ley Hospice held its 5th annual Halloween Bed Race along Bloor Street in The Kingsway on Sunday. The hospice’s own team dressed as Goldilocks and the Three Bears, leading off the race that raises money for palliative care in Etobicoke; spectators cheered on the teams and snapped some photos of the race; the Swansea School of Dance team raced to the finish line; while Stephanie Clark gots her bear makeup applied by Eunah Hunter. Meantime, elsewhere in The Kingsway, the BIA hosted Pumpkinfest where Natasha McLeod, dressed as a zombie princess, carved her pumpkin. The pouring rain couldn’t deter Billie Krygsveld from showing off her carved and decorated pumpkin. Staff photos/IAN KELSO


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Interested and qualified applicants may email their resume for consideration to: hr@qps.ca

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Qualified Personal Support Workers required in Etobicoke. PSW are needed to work in community settings. Days, Evenings and Weekends. A valid Vulnerable Sector Police Check Record is required. Drivers License and access to a vehicle is an asset. Please send resumes to: ESS Support Services, 2245 Lawrence Ave. West, Etobicoke M9P 3W3 agency@esssupportservice.ca Fax: 416-243-7987 No telephone calls please. Business Opportunities **ATTENTION: JOB SEEKERS!** MAKE MONEY! Mailing Postcards! www.PostcardsTo Wealth.com NOW ACCEPTING! ZNZ Referral Agents! $20-$60/Hour! www.FreeJob Position.com HOME WORKERS! Make Money Using Your PC! www.SuperCash Daily.com Earn Big Paychecks Paid Every Friday! www.LegitCash Jobs.com

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