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Bill Mohan

SALES REPRESENTATIVE

416-762-4200

Finding and selling homes for families! STED I L T JUS

2016

SUTTON GROUP - REALTY SYSTEMS INC., BROKERAGE

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1 Aberfoyle Crescent, Unit #911 Luxury condo at Kingsway on the Park. 2 bedroom unit. ThHe Grenview model. A split 2 bedroom unit over 1,500 square feet with 2 car parking and great views. Maintenance includes heat and hydro. Listed at $775,000

G MINN O C OO S

34 Abbott Avenue A detached 4 bedroom brick home with many upgrades and lovingly cared for. Newer block and brick 2 car garage with both mutual and lane access. Great light and close to subway, new rail link to airport and other amenities. Listed at $1,249,000

Bill Mohan is a Proud Supporter of The Revue Cinema

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Charlie is desperately seeking Radar!

“ We Care About You and Your Car”

Thank You

to everyone who has contributed to the Community Hug Project!

Does anyone know Radar? Contact Charlie at:

MASTER MECHANIC HIGH PARK

2 Howard Park Ave • 416-532-2449 highpark@mastermechanic.ca www.mastermechanic.ca/torontohighpark OPEN Mon-Fri 8-6, Sat 8-1

PAWS UP! TFSA or RRSP? Which Should You Consider First? TFSAs and RRSPs both provide tax-sheltered growth for your retirement savings. Consider your current and future income levels when deciding which account to use first. TFSA*

RRSP

Assuming a 20% Income Tax Rate when Contributing

$4,400

$5,500

Value of Investment after 10 years - Rate of Return = 6.00%

$7,880

$9,850

Assuming a 35% Income Tax Rate at Redemption

$7,880

$6,402

Scenario A: Your income level and income tax rate is expected to be higher when you begin making redemptions from your account.

Consider contributing to a TFSA first and save your RRSP contribution room for when your income tax rate increases.

TFSA*

RRSP

Assuming a 35% Income Tax Rate when Contributing

$3,575

$5,500

Value of Investment after 10 years - Rate of Return = 6.00%

$6,402

$9,850

Assuming a 20% Income Tax Rate at Redemption

$6,402

$6,402

TFSA*

RRSP

Assuming a 35% Income Tax Rate when Contributing

$3,575

$5,500

Value of Investment after 10 years - Rate of Return = 6.00%

$6,402

$9,850

Assuming a 20% Income Tax Rate at Redemption

$6,402

$6,402

Scenario B: Your income level and income tax rate is expected to be lower when you begin making redemptions from your account.

Consider contributing to an RRSP first. Although you’ll still have to pay tax on withdrawal, your up-front tax deductions provide you with greater tax-savings.

Scenario C: Your income level and income tax rate is expected to stay level from the time you make contributions to the time

In this simplified example, neither account provides a unique tax advantage over the other. Other planning considerations should be considered with your advisior prior to your contribution.

meridiancu.ca * The TFSA Deposit amount shown is equivalent to the corresponding RRSP deposit after-tax. For Illustration Purposes Only.

** Trademarks of Meridian Credit Union Limited. Rev 1/14.

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R O N C Y / P A R K D A L E

COMMUNITY AMBASSADOR KARYN KLAIRE KOSKI

PRESIDENT

James BAKER

james@thnmedia.com

CAPTURED

SENIOR VP OF D I G I TA L M A R K E T I N G

12TH ANNUAL

Mike JEAN mike@thnmedia.com

POLAR BEAR DIP

C R E AT I V E D I R E C T O R

COMMUNITY PROFILE: VERONICA FEIHL

marianne@thnmedia.com

RECIPE: CHIPOTLE CHICKEN & BLACK BEAN CHILI by Carolyn Cohen

Jason STACEY

jason@thnmedia.com ADVERTISING SALES

Marianne KENNEDY

C R E AT I V E P R O D U C T I O N

Dereck ADDIE

dereck@thnmedia.com

Tim FRANKIW

tim@thnmedia.com

Shirley RADEBACH

VET CORNER: LEPTOSPIROSIS PET ADOPTION: SAY HELLO TO JASPER & VITO

shirley@thnmedia.com WEB DESIGNER

Vaughn JOSEPH vaughn@thnmedia.com VIDEOGRAPHER

Nakita KRUGER nakita@thnmedia.com

REVUE CINEMA

COMMUNITY AMBASSADOR

NIA TECHNIQUE BRINGS COMMUNITY TOGETHER

Karyn Klaire KOSKI karyn@thnmedia.com

RONCYWORKS APPRECIATION DINNER

Susan GIBBINS

E V E N T C O O R D I N AT O R

susan@thnmedia.com A D M I N I S T R AT I O N

Diana LYNAS

diana@thnmedia.com PHOTOGRAPHERS

Susan GIBBINS Diana LYNAS PRINTING

Best Choice Printing Community Captured Magazine is published and delivered 12 times per year to Homes and Businesses in Roncesvalles - Parkdale by Canada Post, agreement #41362062.

THN MEDIA 2902 South Sheridan Way, Suite 203 Oakville, Ontario L6J 7L6

Phone: 905.278.1111 Toll Free: 855.355.8502 Fax: 905.829.2885 communitycaptured.ca

STAY CONNECTED! /communitycapturedmagazine DISCLAIMER: Every effort has been made to publish this magazine as accurately as possible; however errors and omissions can occur. THN Publications Inc., their employees, agents, representatives and vendors are not liable for any damages relating to errors or omissions in the editorials or advertising which may appear herein except where a specific charge has been made. In such cases THN Publications Inc. shall have limited liability only to the charge for such advertising or editorials.

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Photo Credit: Donn Bernal


Introducing...

Karyn Klaire Koski

KKtheCommunityAmbassador

Neighbourhood Outreach Announcement

WHO: WHAT: WHERE: HOW: WHY: GOAL:

cell: 416-801-0103 #happysnapsAmbassador

KK (Karyn Klaire Koski) a MPP awarded, City Councillor acknowledged & WWF Canada recognized leader is championing community goodwill throughout Toronto Wards 13 & 14, by promoting a Loving Living Locally campaign that will boost local spirit and foster good relations with local services and businesses. Photographed events will be featured in community specific, glossy magazines that will be mailed to residences and be available on racks at various public places and online at communitycaptured.ca. Community Captured Roncy launched in January 2016, will be expanded to include the neighbourhoods of Parkdale, High Park and Bloor West Village. Expect two separate publications that will concentrate more fully on their respective demographics. Local celebrations, achievements, neighbourhood goodwill, charities, commemorations, school activities, awards and Festivals from within our communities will be photographed and shared. We call them Happy Snaps. We’ll also pick prominent people who live in the area and we’ll share their stories. A community is only as strong as its people. Shopping and living locally supports a zero carbon foot print, strengthens community ties and helps small businesses thrive. Getting to know your neighbours opens up communication. Community Captured intends to co Partner with others to host annual Charitable events, so we can all give back.

KK, MP Arif Virani & RVBIA Members

KK & City Councillors Gord Perks & Sarah Doucette

KK, MPP Cheri DiNovo, Maria Jones

Roncy / Parkdale & High Park / Bloor West

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01: Roncy Carollers by Kenneth Chou Photography. 02: Photo by Lindsay Barrowcliffe - Allison and Daughter Emily. 03: Children's Pageant at Roncesvalles United Church. 04: Photo by Lindsay Barrowcliffe - Charley with Santa. 05: Ken Whiteley. 06: Photo by Lindsay Barrowcliffe - Homeward bound for Sam & Rory.

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07: Photo by Lindsay Barrowcliffe - Trish with Ben, Eddie and Santa. 08: Christmas Tree Wranglers Aidan & Bronwyn. 09: Photo by Lindsay Barrowcliffe - Stephen and Charley with their beautiful tree. 10: Photo by Lindsay Barrowcliffe - Santa's version of a selfie. 11: Whiskey and Blue playing in the snow. 12: Photo by Ryder Photography - Heather and Whiskey walking in High Park.

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HOLLY’S ANNUAL

Every December for the last fifteen years, City of Toronto fitness instructor Maria Jones hosts a free two hour, multi -instructor-led aerobathon in memory of her daughter, Holly Jones. Held at Parkdale’s Masaryk - Cowan Community Centre, the well attended gathering also collects unwrapped toys for the Dovercourt Boys & Girls Club, canned goods for local food drives and unites fitness enthusiasts who joyfully honour the sprit of one very special little girl.

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01: Aerobathon participants. 02: Photo by Al Logan - Maria Jones and George Stonehouse. 03: Photo by Al Logan - Annual Supporters. 04: Chief Mark Saunders, Maria and James.

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RONCY

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Shopping on Roncesvalles was extra delightful on December 3rd as there were carollers from 4 Community Choral groups singing along the streets to capture the holiday season. There were lights in the windows, hot chocolate at the cafĂŠs, and good cheer in the bistros. Plus, an official Christmas Tree Lighting in front of the Roncesvalles United Church (RUC), while a choir sings.

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01: Carollers from Westminster Chapel at High Park were glorious. 02: Trio from Etobicoke School of the Arts Musical Theatre share the joy. 03: Polish Girl Scouts chime in. 04: Ted Zdybal and band "Folked Up" taking to the streets. 05: Coperincus Lodge choral group Young at Heart. Photos by Roncecesvalle Village BIA.

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12TH ANNUAL

POLAR BEAR DIP

AT SUNNYSIDE

More than 600 brave participants dared to dip into the chilly waters of Lake Ontario on New Year’s Day, January 1st for the 12th Annual Toronto Polar Bear Dip at Sunnyside Beach. Organized by the Toronto Polar Bear Club, this invigorating event raises funds for Habitat for Humanity Greater Toronto Area. Habitat for Humanity GTA is a non-profit housing organization working with communities to build homes with local families in need of affordable housing, so that they can build a better life. More than $65,000 has been raised so far. For further information: http://www.torontohabitat.on.ca

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Images 01, 02, 03, 04, 07, 08: Photo Credit: Tineke Jorritsma. Images 05, 06, 09: Photo Credit: Donn Bernal.

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Profile: Veronica Feihl

COMMUNITY M A N AG I N G T H E DY N A M I C S

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by Karyn Klaire Koski ommuting mostly by bike, Roncesvalles Village BIA Manager Veronica Feihl can be seen, often, rushing the blocks of Roncy’s public sidewalks. Her job is to maintain and improve conditions on Roncesvalles Avenue that allow businesses to thrive. This includes managing the dynamics of streetscape, special events, street festivals, finding and coordinating volunteers, promoting Roncy and making everyday mayhem look effortless.

Originally from Ottawa, Veronica studied journalism, film and public relations. Early starts in retail PR and communications for the Ontario Arts Council, have paved way for her own enterprise as an independent internet communications strategist. Living in the Roncesvalles area for thirty years now, she is grateful that the freedom of being a freelance entrepreneur has allowed her time to also concentrate on her family and community. Because of her interest in urban planning, sustainable development and livable cities, much of what Roncesvalles Renewed & RoncyWorks has accomplished, is because of her expertise. That is to say, that she was involved, with others, with the new design of how Roncesvalles Avenue looks now and how it is still maintained today — because she is the driving force behind the army of volunteers who maintain plant beds and clean up cigarette litter. She’s known for pushing up her sleeves and pitching in herself.

Veronica and Dave from Barque.

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Then there’s the management of public events. Without doubt the annual Roncesvalles Polish Festival is Roncy’s largest draw, and Roncy Rocks which celebrates local art, music and community spirit. Other smaller events like the Shop local campaigns and Earth Hour Walks really help to bring community and business members together. Veronica dips a decidedly presiding finger, in every one of those pies.


“I OFTEN SHOP VINTAGE FOR CLOTHING, I’M NOT RULED BY TRENDS - I LOVE COLOUR." Behind all of the micro managed activity is a softly spoken woman who tries to live a holistic lifestyle. She's a mom to two, a wife and a kind friend to many. When asked of what she likes about her (obvious) fashion sense, she responds by saying “I often shop vintage for clothing, I’m not ruled by trends — I love colour”. Then she goes on to talk about trees and the environment. In July, Veronica will celebrate her second year as the Manager of the Roncesvalles BIA. She attributes her success to her ability to form good relationships and by enabling people to realize their intents. She believes that bringing the best out in people makes good things happen. She sees herself as a juggler — aiming to maintain a happy balance in her life of work obligations, community engagement, personal well being and precious family time.

RoncyWorks Earth Hour Team

VIP’s supporting the Polish Festival. In attendence: left, Veronica with many members of BIA & Polish Festival Committee: MP Arif Virani, City Councillor Gord Perks, Mayor John Tory, MPP Cheri DiNovo.

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deliciousdish recipe

FAST and EASY

WEEKDAY

CHIPOTLE CHICKEN

Chili

BLACK BEAN

This chili is perfect for a fast weeknight meal.

It comes together in under 30 minutes. It’s full of protein and no added fat! For vegetarians you can replace the chicken with a 1-2 lbs of extra firm tofu. If you want to make this a super healthy complete meal, serve it with some quinoa on the side.

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CAROLYN COHEN BA, BScOT Founder/Chef/Recipe Developer

DELICIOUSDISH Cooking School specializes in Whole Food Home Cooking, Meal Panning, Recipe Developing and Healthy Eating. D: 416.200.3522 E: deliciousdish@rogers.com #CookAtHome

CHIPOTLE CHICKEN and BLACK BEAN CHILI SERVES: 4 to 6 NOTE: Freezes well. If you want it a little thinner, add a little more water.

DIRECTIONS • In a large heavy bottomed pot, brown chicken, add about ½ tsp salt. Using a wooden spoon, break up the meat as you brown it. Brown until it is no longer pink - about 5 minutes. • In the meantime, in a blender or food processor, puree the tomatoes, chipotle chilies and half the black beans.

INGREDIENTS

• 1 1/2 lbs Ground Chicken (or 1-2 lbs of extra firm tofu - for vegetarian version) • 3 Cans Black Beans, drained and rinsed • One 14 oz Can of Tomatoes, chopped or half 28 oz can • 1-2 small Chipotle Chilies from the can with the adobo sauce • Half Red Onion, finely chopped

• Once the chicken is cooked, remove from the pot to a bowl (leaving the oil behind).

• 1 1/2 tbsp Chili Powder

• Add the red onion to the pot and a little more salt and sauté until soft and translucent. Add the chili powder and cumin, toast for 30 seconds or so.

• Kosher Salt

• Add the contents of the blender, to the pot. Put 1 cup water in the dirty blender, swish it around and add that water to the pot. Add the remaining black beans (the ones left whole) and the cooked chicken to the pot. • Cook for about 10-15 minutes. • Serve with a squeeze of lime, minced red onion, avocado, cilantro and tortillas (and shredded cheese if you like). THN

• 2 tsp Ground Cumin

G ARNIS H & TO S E RVE Tortilla Chips. Finley chopped Red Onion. Cilantro. Limes. Ripe Avocado, diced. Freshly Ground Pepper. Shredded Cheese. Cooked Quinoa.

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what dog lovers

NEED TO KNOW

L

eptospirosis is a serious disease that can infect

showed evidence of both kidney and liver damage. In this

dogs and is considered zoonotic; meaning that this

case, a quick antigen blood test confirmed our suspicion.

infection can be spread from animals to people.

The appropriate antibiotic therapy was initiated immediately

The disease can cause kidney damage, liver failure,

and our patient recovered well within a few days; however,

meningitis and even death. Needless to say, being

this is not always the outcome. Early diagnosis is essential

knowledgeable about “Lepto” is essential for the well being

as dogs will stop shedding the bacteria within a few days

of both our pets and ourselves.

once the appropriate treatment is initialized.

Leptospirosis is a bacterial infection spread by wildlife.

Reduce yours and your pet’s risk of being infected with

The main sources of Lepto in Ontario are skunks, raccoons

Leptospirosis by avoiding standing water, especially after

and rodents so both rural and urban pets are at risk. Most

periods of rain in the spring and fall. Do your best to control

cases of Lepto occur in the spring and fall after periods

your dog’s exposure to urban wildlife. Fortunately, there is a

of wet weather. Infected wildlife contaminate standing

vaccine available to help protect your dog against this infection

water, from which our dogs drink and then become infected

so be sure to discuss this option with your veterinarian. Once

themselves. The prevalence of Leptospirosis in Ontario

again, Leptospirosis is a serious concern for not only your pet

wildlife is considered fairly high. A recent study in the

but also your family. Prevention and early diagnosis are key.

Canadian Veterinary Journal showed that 23% of samples tested from Ontario wildlife were positive for leptospirosis. Dogs infected with Lepto can present with a variety of symptoms but the most common clinical sign is stiffness/ weakness. A recent case that we diagnosed at Dundas West Animal Hospital presented with lethargy, vomiting, inappetance and red inflamed eyes. In house blood work

Dr. Scott Bainbridge Dr. Scott Bainbridge

Veterinarian and Co-Owner at Dundas West Animal Hospital

2160 Dundas Street W ( near Roncesvalles ) 416 535-8387 • dundaswestvets.com S e r v i n g t h e H i g h P a r k a n d R o n c e s va l l e s N e i g h b o u r h o o d s

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Every Tuesday, Friday and Sunday morning, people of all ages and at every fitness level, gather at the Pia Bouman School of Ballet to move their bodies and energize their spirits...the Nia way! Brown Belt instructor, Sarah Jean Butler has been sharing Nia in the community for over eight years. Classic Nia is a cardio-dance workout based on the intelligent design of the body. Each class incorporates dance arts, martial arts and healing modalities, which combined create a joyful, playful and energetic hour of music, movement and magic. Nia is non-impact and adaptable to individual needs. Nia Moving to Heal, every Sunday morning is a more gentle and nurturing hour crafted to calm the nervous system and create a sense of well being in the body, mind, heart and spirit. Moving to Heal is suitable for beginners, individuals dealing with injury, illness, challenges, trauma or stress. Nia is for anyone who wishes to benefit from an hour of self care and loving kindness. For more information on Nia, please check out www.nianow.com. To contact Sarah, please email: eatsleepdance@rogers.com

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THE PREMIERE RONCYWORKS

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Of course, the food was amazing. Drawing from an array of culinary excellence, no fewer than a dozen Roncy Village eateries charitably provided delectables for an open bar gathering of RoncyWorkers, RVBIA Board Members, supporters and local patrons. The entire multi-coursed feast including hot chocolate and dessert bar that followed was overseen by Barque’s Event Planning specialist; David Neinstein.

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$3,499,000 219 Riverside Drive Majestic Riverside Reno/Restoration, Circa 1929 Center Hall Tudor Set on an Expansive 80’ x 215’ Ravine Lot, Principal Rooms with Grand Proportions, 5 Bedroom, 5 Baths, Stunning Custom Kitchen, Tastefully Renovated Bathrooms, Main Floor Family Room, Hardwood Floors, Exquisite Original Gumwood Staircase, Wainscot, Doors & Trim, Over 4500 sq.ft finished. Post Card Quality Facade & Grounds, A+ Tableland, Tremendous Turn-Key Estate Home.

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Community Captured Roncy / Parkdale - JANUARY 2017  

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A Picture Book of Our Community and the People that Live Here