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Arif Virani, MP Parkdale-High Park AVirani.liberal.ca

@ArifVirani

Arif.Virani@parl.gc.ca

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@ViraniArif

HAPPY CANADA DAY! I want to extend my best wishes to everyone celebrating Canada Day in Parkdale-High Park and across Canada. While we celebrate this anniversary in Canadian history, it is crucial that our commemorations are thoughtful and reflective. We must remember the vital importance of reconciliation with Indigenous persons, whose connection to this land extends for millenia before 1867. Today, I also encourage everyone to celebrate the diversity and multiculturalism that makes Canada such a vibrant and welcoming place to live. To everyone across Canada, I wish you a very Happy Canada Day! Parkdale-High Park Office 1596 Bloor Street West Toronto, ON M6P 1A7 416-769-5072

Office Hours:

Monday to Thursday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Closed daily 12 to 2 p.m. | Casework by appointment only

Friday: 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

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Confederation Building, 774 Ottawa, ON K1A 0A6 613-992-2936

MULTICULTURALISM FUNDING ANNOUNCEMENT BY ARIF VIRANI’S OFFICE

On June 27th, Arif Virani announced the call for applications for three new funding streams that will strengthen diverse communities and support anti-racism initiatives in Toronto and across the country. The government is investing a total of $51.9 million over three years, which includes new funding of $21 million for projects, events and community capacity building. Arif made this announcement on behalf of The Honourable MĂŠlanie Joly, Minister of Canadian Heritage, and Minister responsible for Multiculturalism, as well as in his role as the MP for Parkdale-High Park and Parliamentary Secretary for Multiculturalism.

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ISSUE 7 2018

RONCY/PARKDALE/HIGH PARK/BLOOR WEST/SWANSEA

CONTENTS

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PRESIDENT James Baker e: james@thnmedia.com

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A D V E RT I S I N G S A L E S Marianne Kennedy e: marianne@thnmedia.com

C R E AT I V E P R O D U C T I O N Dereck Addie e: dereck@thnmedia.com

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E V E N T CO O R D I N ATO R Susan Gibbins e: susan@thnmedia.com

A D M I N I S T R AT I O N Diana Lynas e: diana@thnmedia.com

P H OTO G R A P H E R S Susan Gibbins Peeter Poldre

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10 RONCY ROCKS 12 ASK THE WINE LADIES

I LOVE SUMMER SALAD

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BABY POINT GATES SUMMER FEST he Baby Point Gates BIA hosted their annual Summer Festival, on June 16th. It was a sunny day and all local businesses, neighbours and community members were invited to come out and enjoy the sun. There was live music, activities for kids and entertainment for all. The Babiak Team were proud sponsors and raised a total of $250 for St. Joseph’s Hospital from their Lemonade stand.

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The Market has just celebrated its 10th anniversary. Every week since 2008, the Sorauren Farmers Market has brought together residents of the Sorauren, Roncesvalles, High Park and Parkdale neighbourhoods, offering the best that our local Ontario farmers and producers have to offer. Visit the market every Monday until October. The Market is produced by the West End Food Coop, which will sadly be closing their Queen St W location, on July 31st.

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SMARTPHONE/POINT AND SHOOT/DIGITAL SLR. NO MATTER WHAT DEVICE YOU USE TO TAKE PHOTOS, WHAT LOOKS FINE ON THE DEVICE MAY LEAVE YOU DISAPPOINTED WHEN YOU WANT TO MAKE THAT SPECIAL IMAGE INTO AN ENLARGEMENT, A POSTER OR A SCREEN-SAVER. EACH MONTH, THIS COLUMN WILL AIM TO PROVIDE UNDERSTANDABLE, PRACTICAL, LARGELY NON-TECHNICAL ADVICE TO HELP YOU MAKE BETTER PHOTOS.

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THE RAIN rainy day should not be a reason to leave your camera behind. First, protect the camera. Take photographs from a sheltered location, have someone hold an umbrella, or bring out the camera for only the time needed to shoot. Fortunately, most smartphones can resist some moisture. For expensive cameras, rain covers can be improvised or purchased. Second, look for my four “C”s to bring interest to rainy weather photography: Colour such as umbrellas (1), raincoats (2); Close-ups (3); Consequences such as puddles (4), raindrops (5); Courage for the subjects in the rain (6).


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UNTIL JULY 22 Sum m erlicious toronto.ca

UNTIL AUGUST 12 Toronto Cari bbean Carn ival torontocaribbeancarnival.com

UNTIL SEPTEMBER 2 SHAKESPEARE I N H IGH PARK canadianstage.com

JULY 21 Roncy Flea Market roncesvallesuc.com

JULY 22 Caterpi llars, Moths an d Butterfli es Walki ng Tour highpark.org

JULY 28 Outdoor Movi es i n Sorauren Park soraurenpark.wordpress.com

AUGUST 1 Puppet Show: Munsch Fest at th e Parkdale Li brary torontopubliclibrary.ca

AUGUST 5 I nsects an d th ei r habitats walki ng tour highpark.org

AUGUST 15 Garden Story ti m e & Craft at th e Parkdale Li brary torontopubliclibrary.ca

AUGUST 17 Canad ian National Exh i bition theex.com

AUGUST 19 Wi ldflowers an d grasses of th e Oak Savan nah Walki ng Tour highpark.org

AUGUST 25 Outdoor Movi es i n Sorauren Park soraurenpark.wordpress.com

AUGUST 30-SEPTEMBER 2 Fan Expo at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre fanexpocanada.com

AUGUST 31-SEPTEMBER 3 Toronto I nternational Buskerfest torontobuskerfest.com

SEPTEMBER 8 Roncy Flea Market at Roncesvalles Un ited Church

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SEPTEMBER 14-16 Bloor West Vi llage Toronto Ukrai n ian Festival ukrainianfestival.com

SEPTEMBER 15-16 Roncesvalles Poli sh Festival polishfestival.ca

SEPTEMBER 22 Outdoor Movi es i n Sorauren Park soraurenpark.wordpress.com

SEPTEMBER 23 Cycle 4 St. Joe’ s supportstjoes.ca/events/st-joes-events

SEPTEMBER 29 Nu it Blanch Toronto nbto.com


ST.JOE’S LAKE HOUSE PALLIATIVE CARE CENTRE n June 5th, a “transformative” $11.6 million donation was made to St. Joseph’s Health Centre, by former patient Hans Koehle. This donation with fund the Lake House Palliative Care Centre. Dedicated to Koehle‘s wife of 55 years, Audree, the centre will include 10 private rooms in a renovated 15,000-square-foot area of the hospital that overlooks Lake Ontario. The Lake House will also feature an outpatient clinic for those who don’t require hospitalization but need support to manage their symptoms. In addition to supporting the new palliative centre, extra funds from the donation will be allocated for other critical priorities at St. Joseph’s. For more information on St. Joseph’s Health Centre, visit stjoestoronto.ca or for details on the St. Joseph’s Health Centre Foundation, go to supportstjoes.ca.

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n June 9th, The Roncesvalles Village BIA held it’s annual Roncy Rocks Music and Arts Fest West. It was a beautiful sunny day to enjoy the many activities held on Roncesvalles Avenue. There were all kinds of zones set up, such as Family Entertainment, Kids Zones, Artists Alley, BBQ Zones, a Flea Market and Live Music. The whole street participated in a sidewalk sale and the restaurants were serving their delicious fares. One highlight was meeting local artists Philip Cote and Jim Thierry Bravo who will be collaborating, along with two youth apprentices, in designing and implementing a new mural on the corner of Garden and Roncesvalles. Roncesvalles Village is known for it’s creative talents and showcase that talent they did.

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Dear Wine Ladies,

ASK

On our recent Canada Day celebration, a brave soul cautioned us to stand back as he opened a bottle of Champagne with a sword! How is it that the broken glass doesn’t pose a danger to drinking the bubbly... or does it? - Jessica

THE WINE LADIES Q&A Dear Jessica, As unlikely as it may appear, this bottle-slicing method is perfectly safe. When struck, the neck of the Champagne bottle is suddenly detached, allowing it’s bubbly contents to burst forth. This technique is called sabrage. It is because of the pressure in the Champagne bottle, between 70-90 pounds-per-square inch (three times incidentally, of a car tire’s pressure), that sabering is safe, swift and effective. Striking the bottle at it’s weakest spot - where the seam (the line formed by the joined bottle halves) meets the ring (located underneath the cork) creates a fracture that quickly snaps the top cleanly from the body. Propelled by the pressure, the cork and the glass collar, as well as any glass shards fly off and the wine starts to flow. Now all you’re left with is clean and clear Champagne that is absolutely dee-lish! There are several tales as to who was the genius to first sabre a bottle of Champagne. One of the most popular attributes this to the times of Napoléon Bonaparte. In the days following the French Revolution, Napoléon Bonaparte and his soldiers upon returning home victorious of many a battle, had Champagne bottles thrown at them as a form of celebration. 12

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While atop their horses, opening the bottles traditionally was no easy task. It was discovered with sword in hand, a swift strike was all that was needed and the custom began.

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RE CIPE

I LOVE SUMMER SALAD WITH WATERMELO N, FETA , TOM ATO & CUCUMBER

Ingredients • 2 cups/12 oz 1” diced Seedless Watermelon cubes • 10 Cherry Tomatoes, halved • 2 Baby Cucumbers, cut into half moons

This salad screams summer. The combination of the salty feta and the sweet watermelon is so delicious. It is refreshing and so satisfying.

• 5 ounces Feta Cheese, cut into small cubes • 6 Mint Leaves, slivered

Directions

• 4 tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil

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Gently toss the watermelon cubes with the tomatoes, cucumbers and feta cubes.

• 2 tbsp Red Wine Vinegar • 1 tbsp Lemon Juice

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Drizzle with olive oil, red wine vinegar, and lemon juice. ST E P 03

Sprinkle with salt and pepper.

• Plenty of freshly ground coarse Black Pepper • 1/4 tsp kosher or coarse Sea Salt

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Arrange salad on a platter or individual plates.

Serves: 6

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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FERRIS BUELLER’S BEDROOM BY SARAH KEENLYSIDE / PHOTOGRAPHY BY BEN ROFFELSEN

few years ago, I came up with the crazy idea to recreate iconic movie character Ferris Bueller’s bedroom as an art project for the Gladstone Hotel’s Come Up To My Room group art show. The annual show is staged on the second floor of the hotel in what were once guest rooms, but are now used as exhibition space. I really wanted to reference that the rooms were once bedrooms and imagined whose bedroom in history or pop culture I’d most like to visit. The first thing that popped in my mind was Ferris Bueller’s.

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When the movie debuted in 1986, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off was an instant phenomenon. I remember everyone at school talking about it and especially about his room, which was literally plastered with music posters and weird trinkets and tech gadgets. I remember decorating my room as best I could to evoke the same feeling. Today, the film still inspires legions of fans, but nothing could have prepared me for the response to the installation, which coincidently coincided with the 30th anniversary of the movie. Over 4000 people visited during the weekend of Come Up To My Room and nearly every Canadian media outlet interviewed me about it. This led to it being invited to Chicago as part of a one-off, 30th anniversary celebration of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off called Ferris Fest. Again, the response was unprecedented, thousands more came to see the room and after finally appearing at Niagara Falls Comic Con, we estimate that over 10,000 people came to see it. For more info about the installation, please visit www.saveferrisroom.ca. The room is currently in storage, but it’s story isn’t over yet. Together with Canadian broadcaster Hollywood Suite and multi-media production studio Pyramid Attack, we created a VR version of the room! You can find out more about it at www.hollywoodsuite.ca/ferris-vr. Hollywood Suite also made a feature documentary called Ferris’ Room about my experience recreating the room in Chicago. That film is currently available on demand on Hollywood Suite’s 80s channel. www.gladstonehotel.com COMMUNITYCAPTURED.CA

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SPRING GARDEN FESTIVAL n June 16th, the HOPE Garden Steering Committee held the Spring Garden Festival, at Masaryk Park in Parkdale. There was an art making station with Making Room, where indigo dyeing of pollinator shapes were made and hung on the HOPE Garden fence. Phase One of the Food Forest and Pollinator Garden in Dunn Learning Garden was taking shape with all the plantings. The Toronto Beekeepers Co-operative lead the planting in the canoe that was donated by their local community member, James. It was a busy and warm day that was enjoyed by all who attended.

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SUMMERFEST

AT BABY POINT ummerfest at Baby Point was once again a huge success! The Sidorova Inwood Real Estate Team would like to thank everyone who stopped by our 780 Annette St. Office for free Ice Cream and our Blue Jays Tickets giveaway!

More than 700 ice cream cones were given away to our amazing Summerfest participants and five lucky raffle winners got a chance to see the Blue Jays play on a beautiful Saturday afternoon! The event was wildly successful overall, with local businesses showing off everything they had to offer! The tasty food and street music didn’t hurt either! Summerfest was a great way for the Sidorova Inwood Team to be introduced to the neighbourhood, and we hope we were able to answer any and all Real Estate related questions – we had a lot of them! If there is anything specific you’d like to inquire about or are thinking of selling your home, please don’t hesitate to give us a call at 416-262-6061. Once again, we’d like to thank everyone who stopped by our office and we’ll see you next year! Yours Truly, The Sidorova Inwood Team

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A native of West Toronto, Paul was born and has lived his entire life in Toronto’s West End. He has over 10 years of Real Estate experience and for the past several years, Paul has been honoured to be a part of Royal LePage’s prestigious National Chairman’s Club, which ranks the company’s top Sales Representatives from coast to coast. The Paul Nusca Real Estate Team is a full-service team dedicated to providing personal service and exceeding client’s expectations. Our team members are genuine, full-time skilled negotiators that only provide honest market-driven opinions. Our professionalism and teamwork has made us the #1 Team in West Toronto for 2016 & 2017. We’ve helped thousands of families in the community buy and sell their homes and we would like to thank our amazing clients for continually trusting in us.

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Community Captured Roncy/Parkdale JUL 2018  

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

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