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ISSUE 9 2018

RONCY/PARKDALE/HIGH PARK/BLOOR WEST/ETOBICOKE

CONTENTS

2187 Dunwin Drive Mississauga, ON L5L 1X2 phone: 905.278.1111 toll free: 855.355.8502 fax: 905.608.9042

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ASK THE WINE LADIES COMMUNITY EVENTS

13 RONCYWORKS GREEN TEAM PROFILE: ABBY BUSHBY 14

RECIPE:

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Philip Cote adds finishing touches on the bear at 149 Roncesvalles Avenue

RONCESVALLES

MURAL PAINTING BY RONCESVALLES VILLAGE BIA / PHOTOGRAPHY BY ABBY BUSHBY

n partnership with StreetARToronto, we commissioned artists Philip Cote and Jim Thierry Bravo to collaborate on a mural for Roncesvalles Village. In the cool hours of the day, you’ll find them painting the wall on the north east side of Roncesvalles and Garden Ave. They will work through July until finished. The official launch will be on September 21st. Meanwhile, you can enjoy the work in progress. Cote and Bravo’s design concept reflects the thematic framework set out by the RVBIA’s Street Advisory Committee. These themes include: Nature in the City, the Urban Community, and the interconnected concepts of Legacy, Sustainability and Stewardship. Their collaboration also draws on some of the insights gleaned from several community consultations. These affirmed that the people of Roncesvalles love being so close to High Park and Lake Ontario. They cherish all the trees and the gardens that make this a healthy and lovely place to live. Locals and visitors alike appreciate the sense of community, the village vibe, and tender loving care you can feel here.

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Cote and Bravo’s design concept reflects the thematic framework set out by the RVBIA’s Street Advisory Committee. These themes include: Nature in the City, the Urban Community, and the interconnected concepts of Legacy, Sustainability and Stewardship. Their collaboration also draws on some of the insights gleaned from several community consultations. These affirmed that the people of Roncesvalles love being so close to High Park and Lake Ontario. They cherish all the trees and the gardens that make this a healthy and lovely place to live. Locals and visitors alike appreciate the sense of community, the village vibe, and tender loving care you can feel here. Cote and Bravo bring together the sensibilities of a First Nations artist with those of a first generation Canadian artist. Bravo’s family immigrated to Canada in 1985 and settled in Toronto when he was young. Both have lived on Roncesvalles Avenue and are well known mural artists in this City. They have witnessed how the neighbourhood has changed in the past 30 years. For example, Roncesvalles Village has much fewer Polish residents and businesses than it once did, but many people of Polish heritage enjoy celebrating their cultural roots here. In fact, our BIA still runs the two-day Roncesvalles Polish Festival each September. “The demographics of urban neighborhoods can change rapidly,” says RVBIA Chair Len McAuley, “so we must find ways to celebrate the culture of the new community

of residents and businesses that have settled here more recently. Likewise, it is time to acknowledge that for thousands of years before the arrival of the British, Irish and Scottish to this area that is now called Roncesvalles Village, there thrived indigenous people whose tribes made up the First Nations.” These included the Anishinaabek, Wendat, Mississauga and Haudenosaunee, among others before them. “Their shared ethos was, and still is, to serve as stewards of the land for future generations. Their stories reflect this.” “People around the world have become more aware of the environmental impact of industrial waste and careless human lifestyles,” says RVBIA Manager, Veronica Feihl. “And, consequently of our responsibility to protect the air, water and soil along with nature’s rich variety of plants and animals that form healthy ecosystems. Not just for our own sake but for our descendants,” she adds. “So there is something to be learned from the First Peoples who lived on this land for ages before the newcomers arrived. Here’s an opportunity to look and listen, while enjoying some time in the neighbourhood.” The BIA will provide online video and audio clips of the work in progress and hopes to share some of the stories and meaning behind the symbols on this mural. For more info, please visit roncesvallesvillage.ca

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Dear Wine Ladies,

ASK

This fall I am trying to think and drink outside the proverbial box and have discovered a fabulous white wine called Arneis. I’d never heard of it, found it delicious, well priced and a hit with our friends as well. Can you tell me a little about this wine? - Brianna

THE WINE LADIES Q&A Dear Brianna, Arneis is actually a grape variety that comes from the North Western region of Piedmont in Italy. It is one of close to five hundred grape varieties indigenous to Italy. Becoming more popular these days, we are seeing more of these wines showing up on the shelves of our liquor stores. Like you, it seems wine drinkers are becoming more adventurous, and when the price is right, as it can be with Arneis, eureka!

distracted away from the prized Nebbiolo grapes which make the highly regarded and famous wines of Barolo. A close-up of Arneis grapes.

The variety’s name is derived from a Piedmontese word meaning “little rascal.” This is due to the fact that the grapes are hard to grow, as Arneis is a low cropping variety and is susceptible to mildew. As in life, and as it is with the finicky noble grape Pinot Noir, known as the “heart break grape,“ a little struggle builds character and when the stars align, can make a wonderful wine. Just as a little side note - Arneis has been and is known to play a role as a protector in the vineyards. To the rescue, it is sometimes planted next to vineyards planted with the Nebbiolo grape, which is the king red varietal of the region. Due to Arneis grapes’ stronger smell, hungry birds taken with the aroma become 8

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We too discovered a wonderful Arneis, Sansilvestro Sabbie Roero Arneis for $15.95 in our market here in Ontario. Enjoy a beautiful enticing aroma of lemon, apple and straw tones, crisp and delicious on the palate, with a lingering finish. thewineladies.com


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Pajama Time - Halloween Howl at Alderwood Library torontopubliclibrary.ca

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TORONTO FAN EXPO

oronto Fan Expo took place from August 30th to September 2nd at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. It is aimed at those who are fans of science fiction and comics in print, television and film and, with ComicCon (which regularly takes place in March/ April), it is the largest collection of attractions, exhibitors and guests in Toronto. This year featured almost the complete cast of the Back to the Future film series including Michael J. Fox, Lea Thompson and Christopher Lloyd. Other guests included Richard Dean Anderson of McGivyer and Stargate SG1 fame, William Shatner (Captain Kirk), Jason Momoa (Aquaman from Justice League) and Evangeline Lilly of Marvel’s Ant-Man and the Wasp, just to name a few. The event also features cosplay, where fans dress up as their favourite characters from film, video games and television as well, in some cases, horror and science fiction.

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GREEN TEAM PROFILE:

ABBY BUSHBY BY RONCESVALLES VILLAGE BIA

o mark Garden Days 2018, the Roncesvalles Village BIA is showcasing the dedicated community members who maintain our sidewalk gardens and beautify our vibrant street. Abby Bushby is the Chair of the Friends of Dundas Roncesvalles Peace Garden organization and a volunteer gardener with RoncyWorks. She maintains the Peace Garden located at the eastern corner of Roncy and Dundas. The Peace Garden was constructed in 2016, “after a few years of research, advocacy, community collaborations, artistic planning, and drumming up of support.” This collaboration included a partnership with the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation, who have designated the Peace Garden as a “place of heritage and continued interest through the Moccasin Identifier Project. According to Abby, advocating for the Peace Garden was about beautification and commemoration. “Gardening at the Peace Garden grew out of a wish to green and beautify a sad and sterile intersection at Dundas and Roncy with an odd, concrete jut of land,” said Abby. “The Peace Garden celebrates the historical origins of this portion of Dundas Street, as both an Indigenous path, and as a military road for the Battle of York 1813.” In addition to the historical significance of the Peace Garden, Abby also appreciates “nurturing the native species of trees, grasses and floral

plants, as well as the companionship of other Peace Garden and RoncyWorks gardeners.” One unique attribute of the Peace Garden is how it features indigenous sacred plants and art engravings, known as the Peace Path. “We continue to work with Indigenous partners to grow and illustrate traditional Indigenous agriculture. Last year it was a Three Sisters Mound of corn, beans, squash, as taught to us by growers at Six Nations of the Grand River. This year we are growing sacred tobacco from seeds gifted by a woman from Sheguiandah First Nation, and planted by Chief Stacey Laforme of the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation.” Maintaining the Peace Garden and its public square is raft of challenges, due in large part to its location and popularity. “Maintenance of the Garden presents some challenge. Maria Kolos and I sweep up butts and pull coffee cups out of the plant beds. We clear furniture and advertisement clutter from the displayed community arts projects.” However, receiving compliments on the Peace Garden and explaining its purpose to visitors makes all of the maintenance worth it. “More rewarding though, every time we garden, one or more passersby stop to say “thanks,” and to chat about the purposes of the Peace Garden, which enriches us all. In every conversation we learn a little, and impart a little more appreciation of public, streetside garden for a greener community.”

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RE CIPE

Photo credit: Jax Cohen

Every year, when the leaves change colour, the air gets colder and the layers get heavier, I crave a specific warm dessert that signifies all the cozy feelings this changing season brings. Unfortunately, in usual hibernation-fashion, cozy usually means carb-y. This crisp truly showcases the sweet, warm flavours fall has to offer, but without all the usual guilt. I use an assortment of apples to achieve an array of flavours and textures, and a mixture of oats and nuts to achieve a healthier crisp. Serves: 8

Ingredients FO R T H E A P P L E S

• 5 Apples* • 1 tbsp Lemon Juice • 1 1/2 tbsp Cornstarch or Arrowroot Powder • 1 1/2 tbsp Coconut Sugar or Cane Sugar

Directions

ST E P 04 / Crisp Topping: In a medium

ST E P 0 1 / Preheat the oven to 375°F. ST E P 02 / For the Apples: Peel the apples and using a paring knife, slice the apples right off the core in thin uneven pieces. (I am not a fan of coring the apples and then slicing them into wedges on a cutting board. I find the apples do not cook as well. I prefer thin slicing them right off the core and leaving the core behind.) ST E P 03 / In a large mixing bowl, toss the

apples with the lemon juice. Sprinkle with the cornstarch or arrowroot, sugar, cinnamon and salt, toss. Place apple mixture in a medium size shallow baking dish, about 2-quart (smaller than a lasagna dish), about 10” x 8-9” x 8”, or even smaller.

size mixing bowl, mix together the oats, almond flour, toasted pecans, sugar, cinnamon and salt. Using your fingers, mix in the butter or coconut oil, massaging it into the dry mixture. Scatter this mixture on top of the apples in the baking dish.

• 1 tsp Ground Cinnamon • Pinch of Sea Salt FO R T H E C R I S P TO P P I N G

• 1 cup/100g Rolled Oats (I like large flake or old fashioned) • 1/2 cup/45g Almond Flour

ST E P 0 5 / Bake for 60-75 minutes or until the apples are bubbling and the topping is golden.

• 1/2 cup/60g chopped Pecans, toasted**

ST E P 0 6 / Serve warm in individual bowls,

• 1/4 tsp Sea Salt

dolloped with Greek yogurt, sprinkled with cinnamon and a drizzle of honey.

• 2 tbsp Unsalted Butter or Coconut Oil, room temperature

* I use 2 Granny Smith, one Honey Crisp, one Pink Lady and one Spartan, but choose what you like, as long as you use two Granny Smith and do not use Macintosh. ** I place the whole pecans in a zip lock bag and smash them with the back of a fry pan to chop them, then I place them in a dry fry pan and cook them on low heat until they are fragrant and toasted. This takes about 10 minutes.

• 1/4 cup/40g Coconut Sugar or Cane Sugar • 1/2 tsp Cinnamon

FO R T H E G R E E K YO G U RT

• 2 tbsp low fat Greek Yogurt • Sprinkle of Cinnamon • 2 tsp Honey to drizzle

Carolyn Cohen of DELICIOUSDISH BA, BScOT Founder/Chef/Recipe Developer DELICIOUSDISH Cooking School specializes in Whole Food Home Cooking, Meal Planning, Recipe Developing and Healthy Eating. #CookAtHome

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CELEBRATES 125TH BIRTHDAY BY SARAH DOUCETTE

riends of High Park Zoo were thrilled to have families join them on August 18th at the llama pen to celebrate the Zoo’s 125th Birthday. Visitors enjoyed feeding the llamas, meeting the chickens and were treated to cake all while Bonnie and Clyde (Capybaras) lay around in the sun. For more information, please visit highparkzoo.ca.

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20 KINGSGARDEN ROAD - $3,500,000 R FO LE SA

98 THE KINGSWAY - $2,998,000

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761 CLARENCE STREET - $2,289,000 R FO LE SA

22 BERESFORD AVENUE - $989,000

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245 DALESFORD ROAD - $445,900

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96 SIMPSON AVENUE - $2,100/MONTH

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