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On December 10th, City of Toronto Fitness Instructor, Maria Jones, held her Annual Aeroabathon at Parkdale’s Masaryk Cowan Community Centre. The event, which also collects Toys and Food for families through Dovercourt Boys & Girls Club, pays homage to Maria’s Daughter, Holly Jones, who was killed in 2003. The annual neighbourhood get together reflects on Holly’s memory, the importance of good health and serves as a way for the family to give back to the community.
01: Maria being interviewed by City News. 02: Participants. 03: Nancy & Janice. 04: Tibor.
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CHANGE MAKERS AWARDED COMMEMORATIVE CANADA 150 MP Arif Virani awarded nineteen local residents as Outstanding Community Change Makers of 2017. The early winter ceremony celebrated each of the awarded recipients. Each person received a special Government of Canada, commemorative Canada 150 pin representing the year of their community recognition. The pins are part of a limited-edition collection, created from copper, from the roof of the House of Commons in Ottawa. Outstanding Community Change Makers of 2017: - Spencer Julien: Youth, artist, cultural practitioner, volunteer and social organizer - Hazel Perkins: Operations Manager at Parkdale Community Food Bank - Madeline McDowell: Activist, artist & historian - Helene Paulyn Murray: Founder West Toronto Keys to Inclusion - Ibrahim Absiye: Executive Director of Culture Link - Pia Bouman: Pia Bouman School for Ballet & Creative Movement - Gertie Jacko: Sagamok Anishnawbek First Nation - Joel Campbell: Friends of Sorauren Park - Janet Joy Wilson: Co Captain Ward 13 Cycle TO - Josie Candito: Master Mechanic High Park, Animal rights, Women & Children Mentor - Dr. Rita Cox: Founder Parkdale Intercultural Assoc. Parkdale Read Parkdale Community Info - Mark Shapiro: Mental Health & Housing Advocate - Jack Slaughter: Swansea Town Hall, Community Advocate - Oksana Kuryliw: Ukrainian Community Artist & Filmmaker - Scout Collins: Youth Leader, community and environmental advocate - Krista Wylie: Co founder “Fix our Schools” - Ed Guca: Co-Founder Bloor by the Park BIA - Sonam Lankar: President Tibetan Canadian Cultural Centre - Maria Carrusca: Director of the Community Meal Program at Roncesvalles United Church
01: Ed Guca. 02: Helene Paulyn Murray. 03: Janet Joy Willson. 04: Maria Carrusca. 05: The Community Change Makers. 06: Madeline McDowell.
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Use Gamification Tools and Compete With Friends Use new “fitness gaming” tools as an incentive to make you want to do more work. These systems use monitoring devices to track effort, calories and heart rate. When using MyZone for example, data is uploaded to your phone, the gym’s system and Trainer. MyZone users can compete in challenges with others, simply follow their own progress or use their data to change their workout programs. Their efforts are recognized and rewarded over time, keeping users on track and more interested in their fitness.
Get Off The Treadmill Yes, it’s easy to get bored doing the same thing every day, so change it up! If the thought of just doing the Elliptical machine or treadmill for 30 minutes makes you cringe, don’t do it. Grab some kettlebells, bands, a foam roller or TRX and spend your time learning something new.
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At one time we had a rabbit, three cats, a dog and a toad. Sadly right now we have none, but sometimes we doggy-sit our son’s boxer.
BIRTHPLACE: Toronto WHERE DO YOU LIVE: High Park CAREER: Labour Negotiator, Community & Political Activist, Former Member of Parliament & Educator
WHAT WOULD YOU DEEM YOUR GREATEST ACHIEVEMENTS? My greatest achievements are raising three sons, developing women’s leadership programs for the labour movement and representing my community in Parliament
WHAT GIVES YOU THE GREATEST JOY OR SATISFACTION? My family. We now have two grandchildren and they are a real delight. My three-year-old grandson taught me some jumps on the trampoline. It’s awesome!
WHAT DOES THE WORD COMMUNITY MEAN TO YOU? Community means that we are greater than the sum of individuals. Together we create a better society.
WHAT IS ONE THING THAT VERY FEW PEOPLE WOULD KNOW ABOUT YOU? I love blueberries. I like to eat them fresh in the summer and frozen in the winter. I just love them!
WHAT MAKES YOU LAUGH? The Capybara in High Park. They are adorable giant rodents.
WHAT IS THE BEST ADVICE YOU’VE BEEN GIVEN AND BY WHOM? My parents taught me to be honest, to stand up for what’s right and to always be able to financially support myself. It was some pretty solid advice.
IF YOU COULD POSSESS ONE SUPER-HUMAN POWER, WHAT WOULD IT BE AND WHY? So many people live in economic desperation, right in our own city, but also certainly in many other countries. This represents a failure of governance. If there was a super power to suddenly help people economically, I’d choose that. Imagine the joy and good karma!
WHO INSPIRES YOU AND WHY? What inspires me are regular people without much power, who, when faced with a crisis they didn’t expect, show exceptional courage. We see this with people who selflessly save others in a crisis. However, we also see it with people who go on strike, at great personal cost, to stand up for their rights. We see this with low-income single parents who make exceptional efforts to help their kids get a better life. There’s a lot of quietly inspiring people who are just struggling to get by.
WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE VACATION SPOT? This past summer my husband and I visited Newfoundland and Labrador. We explored national parks and historic sites. It is a beautiful province with an exciting history.
IF THE WHOLE COMMUNITY WERE LISTENING, WHAT WOULD YOU SAY TO THEM? Let’s work to make our city affordable. We need co-op housing, rental housing and affordable home ownership, that can keep families in the core of the city. We need affordable and efficient public transit. If we value diversity and a cohesive society, we need to pay the taxes that help build the kind of city we all need to succeed.
WHAT IS YOUR ALL TIME FAVOURITE MOVIE AND WHY? Tough question; I have a few. I guess Casablanca always stands out for me. It’s a great love story caught up in the web of international politics and intrigue. It was shot on a Hollywood set, but it is how most Westerners think of Morocco. It is both comically cynical and intensely hopeful at the same time. Bogart’s character, Rick is just a joy.
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Roncesvalles Village kicked off a Shop Local Campaign, on December 1st & 2nd. Participating shops held promotions, sales and activities, with many businesses staying open until 10:00 pm. During the day, holiday specials were offered, carollers strolled the street and there was a Community Tree Lighting in front of Roncesvalles United Church.
04 01: Alicia & Brooke at Likely General. 02: Candance at Fresh Collective. 03: Alex, Patti& Peggy at Suetables. 04: Erinâ€™s popup shop at Likely General.
ON RONCY On December 2nd, families gathered to meet Santa Claus at Willem & Jools on Roncesvalles Avenue. Sponsored in part by Monte Burris Realty, Barque, NewMoon Cookies, Trish Delish and with volunteered parents from Fern Avenue Public School, the afternoon long activity saw dozens of children and families who picked up holiday greenery, Christmas Trees and enjoyed having their photos taken with Santa.
04 01: Isabella, Addie, Frankie & Charlie with Santa. 02: Ruth & Zoe. 03: Denise, Jill, Julia, Allison & Fern. 04: Sophie, Santa & Colin.
@ COPERNICUS LODGE Recent events at Copernicus Lodge certainly brought joy to many seniors. Be a Santa to a Senior program provides gifts to more than 1,000 seniors throughout the GTA. All of the 228 long-term care residents at Copernicus Lodge received a Christmas gift this year, which was made possible by this wonderful initiative and all of the very generous corporate sponsors. In December, the students and teachers of Bishop Marrocco/Thomas Merton Catholic School came to Copernicus Lodge to share a little Christmas cheer with residents through music and caroling.
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HOLIDAY PARTY 02
The Parkdale - High Park Federal Liberals hosted a Holiday Party for Parkdale Residents on December 17th. The event, held at West Lodge’s May Robinson Auditorium, provided Holiday goers with refreshments and musical entertainment.
01: Liberal Party Parkdale - High Park. 02: Tensen & Tanis. 03: Antonio. 04: Perry & James.
Held at the Junction’s 3030, on December 9th, MPP nominated representative for Parkdale - High Park, Bhutila Karpoche hosted a party to celebrate and recognize the Volunteers who plan to work on her 2018 Campaign. Bhutila, a long-time assistant to now retiring MPP Cheri DiNovo, aims to continue the same level of community representation throughout the region.
04 01: The Volunteers. 02: Deirdre & Tom with Oscar. 03: Cheri DiNovo with Adam, John & Chris. 04: MPP hopeful Bhutila & Rosa.
SHARE YOUR LIGHT Photos by: Barb Marszalek
On November 30th, St Joe’s kicked off the holiday season by switching on thousands of twinkling lights with a large candy cane lever. Easily seen from the Gardner and surrounding area, the lights represent shared hopes to help support fundraising efforts for St Joseph’s.
01: Tanis & Ben. 02: The Elves from Toronto’s Christmas Music Station 98.1 CHFI. 03: All dressed up. 04: Enjoying the evening. 05: David & Karen.
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