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

Article by: Karyn Klaire Koski

Q&A PROFILE:

BRYAN SHERRY RECIPE: KOREAN STEAK TACOS by Carolyn Cohen

INDIAN GROVE COMMUNITY STREET SALE VETS CORNER: TOP 10 PET TOXINS PET ADOPTION: SAY HELLO TO LOLA PARKDALE'S FREE BIKE CLINIC REVUE CINEMA RONCY ROCKS MUSIC & ARTS FEST

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WEIGHT LOSS CHALLENGE

Written by JASON BROWN, Certified Personal Trainer

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t was the Weight Loss Challenge posters all over the Roncesvalles neighbourhood that brought Andrew Sutherland into SNAP Fitness. The timing was perfect leading up to Andrew’s 40th birthday with a goal of achieving the ever elusive ‘best shape of his life’. Not previously a member of SNAP Fitness, Andrew entered the Weight Loss Challenge which included two months’ gym membership and an initial Consultation with one of the personal trainers. “Andrew was very determined, with an aggressive goal from the start,” says his trainer Jason. “But I’m happy that he soon realised that regardless of where we got in eight weeks, there was a mind-set shift happening that would keep Andrew active and healthy long-term.” Andrew opted to enhance his Weight Loss Challenge pledge with two hour-long sessions per week with Jason. “The variety was great, I don’t think we did the same exercise more than twice in the entire eight weeks,” he said. On his own Andrew aimed to make more reasonable, healthy options with his eating, where he found that just a little bit of planning about the week ahead could actually go a long way.

His dedication earned Andrew the second-place finish in the Challenge out of over 60 participants, and his body fat went down by over four percentage points. “Really the hardest thing was just getting started, after walking in for the first time I’m amazed at how easily it just fit into my life. Two workouts and a run or two through High Park is not a significant time commitment, and the impact of focused effort can be significant”. Andrew continues to train with Jason as we move into the summer, enjoying the newfound strength he’s worked for and seeing further progress! torontohighpark@snapfitness.com

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COMMUNITY EVENTS July 4-25

JULY

Summerlicious • toronto.com/events/summerlicious

July 11- August 7

Toronto Caribbean Carnival • torontocaribbeancarnival.com

July 22

Outdoor Movie at Sorauren Park • soraurenpark.wordpress.com

July-August

High Park’s Summer Camps • highparknaturecentre.com

Outdoor Movie at Sorauren Park – photo by Adam Tarini

August 1-September 3

Shakespeare in High Park: King Lear & Twelfth Night canadianstage.com

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August 4-7

Toronto Food Truck Festival canadianfoodtruckfestivals.com/toronto

August 5

Toronto Caribbean Carnival Grand Parade torontocaribbeancarnival.com

August 5-13

Rogers Cup • rogerscup.com

August 20

Run for Palestine • toronto@runforpalenstine.com

August 18-September 4

Canadian National Exhibition • theex.com

August 31-September 3

SEPTEMBER

Fan Expo • fanexpocanada.com

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September 1-4

Toronto International Buskerfest • torontobuskerfest.com

September 7

Toronto International Film Festival • TIFF.net

September 15-17

Bloor West Village Toronto Ukrainian Festival • ukrainianfestival.com

September 16 & 17

Roncesvalles Polish Festival • polishfestival.ca

September 17

PcW MS Bike Toronto • mssociety.ca

September 23

End-of-Summer Celebration for the WaBASH • soraurenpark.com


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Meet Special Olympics athlete Abbas Syed. Sport has changed his life. He is a competitive swimmer and sport keeps him focused and helps him lead a healthy lifestyle.

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CELEBRATIONS IN HIGH PARK

by Karyn Klaire Koski

High Park welcomed hundreds of people on July 1st for Canada Day Celebrations. The annual event is traditionally hosted every year by the current Parkdale - High Park Member of Parliament. MP Arif Virani, with members of his immediate family and scores of volunteers, were all on hand to greet the public who attended the event. Besides performances by several cultural groups, a symbolic Blessing Ceremony was presented by two First Nations leaders. With activities for children, a BBQ, opportunities to learn about community programs and the chance to meet representatives from our local Fire Fighters Station, the special 150th anniversary celebration was enjoyed by all.

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Profile: Bryan Sherry

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NAME: Bryan Sherry BIRTHPLACE: Hamilton, Ontario WHERE DO YOU CURRENTLY LIVE: Toronto CAREER: Owner/Operator of GLORIA Espresso Bar & Café (478 Roncesvalles) GREATEST ACHIEVEMENTS: Opening my café. Quitting smoking. FAMILY/PETS: Married, 4 yr old son, 2 yr old daughter. No pets until the kids move out. 1. WHAT BRINGS YOU THE GREATEST JOY OR SATISFACTION? Definitely my family and friends. Having a job that allows me to have great conversations every day with our customers and suppliers gives me great joy. Working hard with my dedicated staff, day in and day out!

2. WHAT IS THE BEST ADVICE YOU'VE BEEN GIVEN? Compromise.

3. IF YOU COULD POSSESS ONE SUPER-HUMAN POWER, WHAT WOULD IT BE? The ability to control the weather. I can always use more sunshine.

4. WHAT DOES THE WORD COMMUNITY MEAN TO YOU? Considerate, inclusive and supportive. As a business owner, it means giving back as much as possible to the neighbourhood that helps you stick around.

5. WHAT IS ONE THING THAT VERY FEW PEOPLE WOULD KNOW ABOUT YOU? For a guy who owns a coffee shop and always has something to say, I’m actually kind of shy.

6. WHO OR WHAT INSPIRES YOU? My wife. I’ve never met anyone like her. She has a great moral compass.

Bryan Sherry relaxing outside his café named "Gloria".

7. WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE MOVIE OF ALL TIME? Impossible to answer.

8. WHAT MAKES YOU LAUGH? I like a good Blooper Reel, Kiss Cams at sporting events, bad/ long speeches at any type of event and cheesy corporate video training modules.

9. WHAT’S YOUR FAVOURITE VACATION SPOT? New York City.

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10. IF THE WHOLE COMMUNITY WERE LISTENING, WHAT WOULD YOU SAY TO THEM? Get involved if you can and especially if you care. Any small contribution helps. CC


BRYAN SHERRY

Bryan and his family.

TELL US A BIT MORE ABOUT YOURSELF! • I appreciate a really great story. • I judge a good actor by the way they eat on camera. • I support all Toronto sports teams but can’t help being a Yankees and a Tiger Cats fan. • I really do love music but I can’t play any instruments. • I have recently joined the Roncesvalles BIA and was the Director of Operations for this year’s Roncy Rocks Festival which took place on June 17, 2017.

Inside the GLORIA Espresso Bar & Café.

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Dear The Wine Ladies,

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We have guests visiting from London this summer and we were thinking about doing a one-day bicycle tour in Niagara-on-the-Lake. We’d love to show off a few of our wineries. Just wondering if you’ve done any of these tours and might have some thoughts to share on your experience. - Alyssa

THE WINE LADIES Q&A Dear Alyssa,

Yes, we have had the opportunity to enjoy a winery tour on wheels and would highly recommend it. Probably the best way to share our thoughts on this is by recounting our personal bicycle tour experience of last summer. We booked through GRAPE ESCAPE WINE TOURS, who was kind enough to give us a personalized guided “ride”. Grape Escape Wine Tours has been awarded the TRIP ADVISOR’s Certificate of Excellence for 5 years running. They are family owned and operated and obviously do a fabulous job. They offer a great variety of guided wine tours for single participants, small groups, larger groups, either on foot, in a vehicle or on a bicycle - they cover all the ground.

So we are off… rendezvous point is Kurtz Orchard Farm & Marketplace where we are to meet our guide, get fitted with our bikes and our helmets. It turns out Kurtz is the perfect place to meet. The grounds are beautiful with an abundance of lush greenery, towering trees, glorious wild flowers, a quaint bridge over looking a small pond… the setting is an inspiration and quite suitable for even Monat or perhaps Sisley! We are feeling relaxed and invigorated already. We meet Jacquie who will be our guide. We love her right from the start, she is full of zest, she suits us up, we test drive the bikes - it is all systems go.

HERE IS OUR STORY… What a glorious day for a bike ride. The sun is shining brilliantly, there is a gentle cool breeze wafting through the trees and my shorts fit! Hallelujah! Niagara wine country here we come for our inaugural, abbreviated bicycle wine tour - we are excited! It’s been a very hectic summer thus far and we are looking forward to experiencing a little relaxation, sunshine, stunning scenery, some wonderful wines, and just a tad of exercise. We are teaming up with Grape Escape Wine Tours for a private and privileged tour, on which we’ll visit three wineries, to sample a red wine, a white wine and an ice wine. The plan is to have a full facility tour at one of the wineries and enjoy a wine and cheese tasting to close off the afternoon. On this excursion, we will peddle close to 8kms at a leisurely pace, returning to our base camp in just under 2.5 hours.

We set off along the Niagara Parkway, full of enthusiasm. There is a sense of the local beauty and bounty NOTL has to offer, with vineyards in view and fruit orchards dotted along the way, with rows upon rows of pear trees running parallel to our path. After a relaxing and scenic several kilometer ride, we arrive at our first winery. Here is a snapshot of the 3 wineries we enjoyed on our tour. This may or may not be the itinerary for the next group, or individual’s tour, as Grape Escape Wine Tours has a broad roster of wineries that they mix and match accordingly. They also have introduced several new tours this year including their “Ultimate Wine, Beer & Foodie Bicycle Tour”, as well as their “Wine, Beer & Tapas Vehicle Tour”.

For those who might like to consider a bicycle wine tour, the typical Grape Escape Wine Tour “afternoon bicycle tour” is lengthier - it is closer to 5 hours (12kms) and includes 4 wineries instead of our 3.

We thoroughly enjoyed our tour. Next month we will report on the 3 wineries we visited - Inniskillin Wines Inc., Pondview Estate Winery and FrogPond Farm Organic Winery. Stay Tuned! thewineladies.com • tourniagarawineries.com

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PLAYGROUNDS, CITY POOLS

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From Niagara-on-the-Lake to Oshawa, you will find a multitude of shoreline parks, river inlets, piers and commercial shopping areas. Get out of the car and walk around. You will feel like you got away.

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Some malls, fast food chains and recreation centres offer play areas to keep kids out of the heat of summer.

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NIGHTTIME MOVIES OUTDOORS

Many community parks organize a weekly family movie night where you bring your own blankets and snacks. Host your own outdoor movie night and have the kids camp out in the backyard.

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Healthy childhood’s consist of socializing with extended family. Excellent way to nurture family bonds and create happy childhood memories.

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DELICIOUS DISH RECIPE

KOREAN STEAK TACOS WITH CUCUMBER SALAD AND SUMAC PICKLED ONIONS

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love tacos and I love Korean flavours. This combination is irresistible and a fantastic easy summer entertaining dish! Both skirt steak and flank steak need a long marinating time and need to be sliced super thin once cooked. The sumac in the pickled onion adds a fantastic red colour and sour flavour that goes really nicely in the tacos. You can buy sumac in a ground powder form in a specialty shop. It comes from the sumac bush found in the middle east, the berry is dried and ground, it has a lemony flavor. Serves: 6-10

INGREDIENTS • 1 skirt steak or flank steak • 12-20 small corn tortillas • 1 avocado, peeled and diced S T EA K M A R I NA D E

• 1 bunch green onions, white parts only or 1/2 a small onion • 1/3 cup toasted sesame seeds • 3 cloves garlic • 1" piece of fresh ginger, washed (no need to peel) • 1/3 cup low sodium tamari or soy sauce • 1/4 cup toasted sesame oil • 3 tbsp mirin (rice wine)

DIRECTIONS S T EP 01

Blend all the marinade ingredients together in a blender or food processor, leave a little texture. S T EP 02

Place in a zip lock bag, place steak in the bag. Marinate overnight or up to 2 days. S T EP 03

Remove meat from the fridge for 1 hour before grilling. S T EP 04

TO MAKE THE CUCUMBER SALAD: Slice the cucumber in half in the width so that it is easier to handle, take each half and slice into half or quarters in the length. Now slice into thin pieces, I do this on a slicer so I get super thin slices. Place slices in a medium size mixing bowl. Drizzle the vinegar and oil over the cucumbers, sprinkle with the salt and sugar (if using), mix and toss together very well. Sprinkle with sesame seeds, toss. Let marinate at room temp for about 30 minutes or longer before serving. Toss again before serving.

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TO MAKE THE SUMAC PICKLED ONIONS: mix the onions in a medium bowl with the red wine vinagar, sumac and salt. Mix well and let sit for 30 minutes or so.

1 English cucumber 1/4 cup seasoned rice vinegar 1 tsp sesame oil 1/2 tsp kosher salt Pinch of sugar, optional Toasted black and white sesame seeds

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1/2 red onion, very finely sliced 2 tbsp red wine vinegar 1 tsp sumac 1/2 tsp kosher salt

S T EP 06

Turn your BBQ to high for 10-15 minutes. Once the grill is hot, turn it down to medium. S T EP 07

Remove the steak from the marinade and shake off excess. Place on the grill. Cover the grill and cook the steak for about 4 minutes, flip and repeat. Allow steaks to “rest” (lightly covered in foil) on cutting board for 10 minutes before slicing. S T EP 08

Slice thinly on an angle, serve a few pieces on soft corn tortillas, topped with cucumber salad, Sumac pickled onions and cubed avocado.

CAROLYN COHEN

BA, BScOT Founder/Chef/Recipe Developer

DELICIOUSDISH Cooking School specializes in Whole Food Home Cooking, Meal Planning, Recipe Developing and Healthy Eating. d: 416.200.3522 e: deliciousdish@rogers.com DeliciousDish.ca

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INDIAN GROVE COMMUNITY STREET SALE

03 Every year groups of neighbours get together with the sole purpose of unloading their own unwanted items and then scouring other people’s yard sales for priceless treasures. It’s called recycling. On Saturday, June 3, residents from the southern section of Indian Grove hosted their annual street sale that attracted dozens of shoppers.

01: Shoppers Micheala & Fran. 02: Belinda & Filipa. 03: Lyndsy & Samantha. 04: Claude.

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BOOK REVIEW

SEPTEMBER'S BOOK SUGGESTION LATE NIGHTS ON AIR

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BY MARISSA KANARIS

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ith the recent celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary, I picked up one of my favourite Canadian books and I urge you to do the same! “Late Nights on Air” by Elizabeth Hay is the winner of the 2007 Scotiabank Giller Prize and other notable literary

recognitions. It is well-deserving of these awards. Hay gives life through word to the Barrens landscape and brings this same vivid vocabulary to her characters: Harry, Gwen, and Dido. Harry Boyd with the cauliflower ear has faced a life of disappointment in his career and in love, yet even surrounded by his air of defeat, he continues to move forward. Gwen arrives in the North crackling with shyness and inexperience yet a firm ambition to immerse herself in stories and sound. Dido is Gwen’s counterpart with her beauty, confidence and natural radio voice, and brings disruption of the calm with her. The real grip this novel has on the reader is in its driving character: the Canadian North. The North serves as more than just a backdrop for the characters that Hay expertly brings to life in the reader’s mind. Each season shapes personalities; the landscape fosters dreams; and the Northern extremes redirects life’s courses. The landscape’s power becomes most evident in a memorable trip that Harry, Gwen, Eleanor and Ralph take to explore the Barrens and the legendary journey of John Hornby. Their venture into the wild changes their lives. “Late Nights on Air” is vivid, immersive and thoughtful; and a must-read for every Canadian.

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TOP PET TOXINS

There are numerous toxins that are harmful to our four legged friends. The ASPCA Animal Poison Control and the Pet Poison Hotline are excellent resources in helping determine if a substance is poisonous to cats and dogs. Here are the most common toxicities of cats and dogs:

1. LILIES – these beautiful flowers are unfortunately very toxic to cats and can sadly lead to fatal kidney injury.

2. CHOCOLATE – this yummy sweet is toxic to dogs as it contains methylxanthines from cacao seeds. Methylxanthines lead to vomiting, diarrhea, hyperactivity/agitation, abnormal heart rhythms, tremors, and seizures and can be lethal if your pup ingests a sufficient amount. The darker the chocolate (i.e. bakers chocolate) the more toxic it is.

3. GRAPES & RAISINS – this healthy treat is toxic to dogs. The

6. XYLITOL – this sweetener found in gum, candy and baked goods can lead to dangerously low blood glucose and acute liver toxicity in dogs.

7. MARIJUANA – this recreational drug is toxic to dogs and can lead to loss of balance, low heart rate and dribbling urine and marked sedation.

8. COMPOST/FERTILIZERS – harmful fungus and chemicals are found in compost and fertilizers should be kept out of paw’s reach.

9. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS – bleach, dish detergent packets, paint and glue are several toxic substances found in your home.

toxic substance in these fruits is not yet known, although it can lead to kidney failure in dogs.

10. PYRETHRIN – pet store products for the treatment of fleas,

4. OVER THE COUNTER MEDICATIONS & SUPPLEMENTS

which contain pyrethrin is toxic to cats. Topical application to our feline friends leads to muscle tremors and seizures.

– medications including Tylenol (acetaminophen), Ibuprofen (Advil, Aleve, Naproxen), cold medications (pseudoephedrine, phenylephrine), muscle relaxant (Baclofen), anti-depressants (SSRI’s) and cardiac medications, ADD/ADHD (amphetamines), asthma puffers (Salbutamol) are all harmful and can potentially be lethal. Vitamin D and Iron can also be harmful to dogs and cats.

The substances listed above are the most common toxins of cats and dogs, although there are a multitude of substances that are harmful. If you fear your pet may have ingested a potentially poisonous substance, call your family veterinarian or the ASPCA 24 Hour Hotline at (888) 426-4435.

5. RAT POISON (RODENTICIDE)

– there are several forms of rodenticides available, the most common interfere with clotting factors and results in bleeding. Dogs and cats that ingest rodenticide can result in fatal bleeding. Other forms of rodenticide lead to renal failure or affect the nervous system.

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BIKE CLINIC ATTRACTS STEADY CROWD 01 Parkdale’s Rendezvous Church was home to a steady crowd of locals who came for a Free Bike Clinic on Thursday, June 8th. Organized by www.jointhechain.com with Christian Mission services from the US, the annual event fosters good will and invites a strong coming together. Cycling is not only a green initiative but also an affordable means of transportation and an excellent type of exercise.

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MUSIC OF BOB DYLAN Just before May turned to June, close to a hundred people attended Redeemer Lutheran Church on Bloor Street West to listen to Spirit Songs: The Music of Dob Dylan. The nightlong performance of Dylan Songs was accompanied by open discussion regarding the Spiritual Aspect of the selected songs. The evening ended with a grand sing a long of “Like a Rolling Stone”.

01: Pastor Carey, Wes, Neil, Ken, Myke & John Paul. 02: Ken. 03: Ken, John Paul & Neil. Photo credits: Peter Stadnyk & Ann Ball

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Roncesvalles Village abounds with creative talent, Artists and Community Leaders. On June 17, Roncy Rocks celebrated the community spirit along Roncesvalle Avenue by proudly showcasing accomplished and rising local talent, food, fashion and film, dog shows, demos and tons of fun for the kids. Presented by the Roncesvalles Village BIA, Roncy Rocks is made possible through the generous support of our sponsors and volunteers, including the entrepreneurs who run our outstanding variety of specialty shops, restaurants and services along our main street.

01: Theadore & Juliet. 02: Florencia & Mac. 03: Maia & Erica. 04: Amanda & Lindsey. 05: Charmaine.

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311 Roncesvalles Avenue Toronto, ON M6R 2M6 416.588.8248

toronto west, high park, roncesvalles village, parkdale, bloor west village, junction

$3,349,000 219 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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1892 Truscott Drive

17B Alcorn Avenue

82 Roncesvalles Avenue

Tastefully Renovated Backsplit in High Demand Clarkson, Dramatic Cathedral Ceilings, Skylights, Bright & Spacious Kitchen with Walk-out, Oversize Living Room, Loads of Natural Light, Hardwood Floors, 3 Bedroom, 2 Baths, Finished Basement, Mechanically Updated, 50’ x 140’ Landscaped Lot with Private Drive, Winding Street with Mature Trees, Lorne Park School District... Steps to Local Parks.

Grand 3 Storey Freehold Town @ Yonge & St.Clair. Full Reno Offering Designer Finishes & Tremendous Attention to Detail. Over 2500 sq.ft Finished. 4 + 1 Bedrooms, 5 Baths, Open Concept Main w/Contemporary Kitchen, Carrara Marble, Wolf 6 Burner Stove... Stunning!!! ReClaimed Hardwood Floors, High Ceilings, Tastefully Designed Bathrooms, Open Concept 3rd w/Skylight, Steps to Vibrant Yonge St. Shopping and Entertainment.

Regal Blue Chip Investment Property Located in Prime Roncy, Circa 1920, Purpose Built Residential Building with 6 Spacious 2 Bedroom Suites; Each Unit Adorned with an Abundance of Original Period Details. Hardwood Floors Throughout, 5 Ornate Fireplaces, Stained Glass, Beamed Ceilings, Eat-in Kitchens, Approx 6000sq.ft, Several Mechanical Updates, Roof-Top Deck, Roncesvalles Shopping, Short Stroll to High Park and Public Transit.

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