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Bill Mohan

SUTTON GROUP - REALTY SYSTEMS INC., BROKERAGE

SALES REPRESENTATIVE

416-762-4200

Finding and selling homes for families!

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Sweet Thrills Famous Roncesvalles candy shop for sale. Business only. Profitable turn- key business with room to grow. Basement used for gaming functions. Business only. Offered at $149,000

38 Abbott Avenue

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Lovely detached brick 2 storey 4 bedroom with in-law apartment. Lovingly cared for home with newer 2 car garage with mutual driveway and lane access. Short walk to subway and new rail line to airport. Offered at $1,249,000

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38 Beaverdale Road Executive townhome. 2 + 1 bedroom with 2 car parking and one in garage. Renovated kitched with granite counters and new hardwood floors on main. Gas fireplace. Open concept living and dining. Huge master bedroom. New broadloom on stairs and 2nd floor. Rare 3rd floor loft potential. \16 x 20 x 8ft high. Great for a 3rd floor master. Steps to The Queensway and TTC. Listed at $699,000 - SOLD FOR $861,500

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HOW WILL YOU CELEBRATE CANADA'S 150TH?

James BAKER

CANADA TURNS 150!

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HISTORIC PARKDALE RESIDENT JJ WRIGHT Article by: Jack Gibney

FAMILY DAY IN SORAUREN PARK

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EARTH HOUR

Article by: Karyn Klaire Koski

RECIPE: CHOCOLATE BABKA BUNS by Carolyn Cohen

THE PROMISE FOR ST. JOE'S

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

Mike JEAN mike@thnmedia.com

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

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Jason STACEY

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Marianne KENNEDY

marianne@thnmedia.com C R E AT I V E P R O D U C T I O N

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Tim FRANKIW

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Shirley RADEBACH

shirley@thnmedia.com WEB DESIGNER

Vaughn JOSEPH vaughn@thnmedia.com VIDEOGRAPHER

Article by: Karyn Klaire Koski

CAPUCCI SALON FUNDRAISER

Nakita KRUGER nakita@thnmedia.com COMMUNITY AMBASSADOR

Karyn Klaire KOSKI karyn@thnmedia.com

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

VETS CORNER: SPRAY & NEUTER YOUR PETS

Susan GIBBINS

PET ADOPTION: SAY HELLO TO MULAN

Diana LYNAS

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REVUE CINEMA

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01: Lindsay & Ted at Capucci Salon. 02: Ball hockey. 03: Nicola, Krista, Heather. 04: Kate, William, Chad & Nathalie play giant jenga. 05: Acting Out Group friends. 06: Enjoying a campfire.

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07: Megan & Karyn. 08: Roasting marshmallows. 09: Cayla & Elora vintage shopping in Parkdale, Photo Credit Claude Barnes. 10: Farmer's Market offerings. 11: Free cider & hot chocolate. 12: Acting Out Group shot.

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COMMUNITY EVENTS Every Monday

MARCH

Sorauren Farmer’s Market at the Fieldhouse soraurenpark.com

March 10 - 19

Canada Blooms • canadablooms.com

March 11 - 19

ROM's BIG BLUE March Break • rom.on.ca

March 12-20

Ontario Science Centre for March Break ontariosciencecentre.ca

March 18 & 25

High Park Family Nature Walks • highparknaturecentre.com

March 25

Roncy Earth Hour Walk keepitin.wixsite.com/roncy-earth-hour

April 9

The Spring Run Off through High Park raceroster.com

APRIL

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Vimy 100 Toronto at Fort York National Historic Site www1.toronto.ca

April 20-22

High Park Nature Centre presents "Animal, Vegetable, Mineral" by Blue Ceiling Dance Troupe guestlistapp.com

April 22

Earth Day earthday.ca

April 23

Spring Awakening Photo - Buff Walk highpark.org

Early May Cherry Blossoms in High Park May 7

The Amazing Birds in High Park highpark.org

MAY

May 13

Spring into Parkdale Sidewalk Festival & Market

May 13

The Francesco Fund for Families Living with Juvenile Diabetes Cadillac Lounge facebook.com

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Mother’s Day

May 27-28

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CANADA TURNS

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WHAT DOES THE LOGO REPRESENT? The logo is composed of a series of diamonds, or “celebratory gems”, arranged in the shape of the iconic maple leaf. The four diamonds at the base represent the four original provinces that formed Confederation in 1867: Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Additional diamonds extend out from the base to create nine more points—in total representing the 13 provinces and territories. The Canada 150 logo will become an evocative symbol and an enduring reminder of one of Canada’s proudest moments. The maple leaf motif is recognized at home and abroad as distinctively Canadian, and it fosters feelings of pride, unity and celebration. This unique and colourful design is simple enough to be drawn by children, and versatile enough to appear in color variations. The possible uses of the symbol are as unlimited as the spirit and imagination of the Canadian public.

ABOUT THE DESIGNER

CR EAT E D B Y A R I A N A C U V I N F R O M TO R O N TO , the logo was the winning design in a nation-wide competition. Canadian students were invited to create the official Government of Canada’s logo for the 150th anniversary of Confederation in 2017 through a design contest that was held from December 5, 2014 until January 23, 2015. Ariana was chosen from a field of over 300 eligible entries. By participating in this contest, young Canadians had the opportunity to participate and contribute in an original way to this important milestone in Canadian history. Source: canada.pch.gc.ca

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HISTORIC PARKDALE RESIDENT RESPONSIBLE FOR 19TH CENTURY ELECTRICAL REVOLUTION IN TORONTO by Jack Gibney • Parkdale Village Historical Society John Joseph Wright, a prominent Parkdale resident, resided at 14 Gwynne Avenue.

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When JJ Wright arrived in Canada in 1870, the city of Toronto, (or rather York), was dependent on the steam engine for its power. After attending new technology lectures in Philadelphia - JJ brought his new knowledge home and was instrumental in creating the first ever electrical arcing streetlight, in 1879. He also built the first Canadian-made, electric generator in 1881 which was installed near the northeast corner of Yonge and King streets, it powered twenty arc lamps. JJ, the original founder of the Toronto Electric Light Company, also partnered with financial backer Henry Mill Pellatt, to install an additional 50 arcing street lights to service York Town. The first electric streetcar utilizing an overhead trolley pole is also one of his creations, but sadly he never patented the concept. Eventually the installation of high tension towers brought inex-pensive hydroelectric power from Niagara to Toronto. This revolutionary new source of electrici-ty dramatically reduced the price of power, and out competed operations like his.

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01: Postcard - 1883 arc light opposite the Bank of Montreal NW Yonge & Front Street. 02: Cartoon of John J. Wright. 03: 14 Gwynne Avenue, JJ Wright's Home

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FAMILY DAY IN SORAUREN PARK

Over the course of four hours, groups of families dropped by Sorauren Park on Family Day – February 20th – to enjoy a provided campfire, outdoor games and gobble up shopping specials that were offered at the Farmer’s Market. Despite unseasonable weather that rendered the ice skating rink unusable - many enjoyed the Town Square’s Ball Hockey area and many tournaments were played.

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01: Emmett, Mariann and Nathalie. 02: Free cider & hot chocolate. 03: Fresh produce. 04: Kate, William, Chad and Nathalie play giant jenga. 05: Willa, Eric, Joanna, Maxe, Theo, Ben & Kevin. 06: Joël, Nancy & Jorge of The Friends of Sorauren Park - Board Members. 07: Farris and Laura Helen behind sandbag toss. 08: Clara of Whole Circle Farm Photos courtesy of Kenneth Chou Photography www.kennethchou.com

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Profile: Arif Virani

COMMUNITY

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NAME: Arif Virani BIRTHPLACE: Kampala, Uganda WHERE DO YOU CURRENTLY LIVE: Roncesvalles Village CAREER: Member of Parliament GREATEST ACHIEVEMENTS: Marrying my amazing wife and rock of support, Suchita Jain 1. WHAT BRINGS YOU THE GREATEST JOY OR SATISFACTION? Tickle fights with my two sons Nitin and Zakir.

2. WHAT IS THE BEST ADVICE YOU'VE BEEN GIVEN? Be careful never to get too high on the good days, nor too low on the bad days.

3. IF YOU COULD POSSESS ONE SUPER-HUMAN POWER, WHAT WOULD IT BE? The ability to speak any language fluently.

4. WHAT DOES THE WORD COMMUNITY MEAN TO YOU? Community means putting your neighbours’ needs ahead of your own.

5. WHAT IS ONE THING THAT VERY FEW PEOPLE WOULD KNOW ABOUT YOU? I was once Martina Navratilova’s ball boy at a professional tennis tournament in Toronto.

Arif Virani

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People who have the courage to champion a socially just cause even when it is not popular or expedient to do so.

7. WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE MOVIE OF ALL TIME? Gandhi.

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Funny photos of my 2 year old son eating, and self-deprecating humour.

9. WHAT’S YOUR FAVOURITE VACATION SPOT? Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, India – the most peaceful place I've ever been. The very tip of the Indian sub-continent, where the Indian Ocean, the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal all meet.

10. IF THE WHOLE COMMUNITY WERE LISTENING, WHAT WOULD YOU SAY TO THEM? In this, the 150th anniversary year of Canadian Confederation, take some time to reflect on what Canada means to you, and more importantly what kind of country you want Canada to become over our next 150 years. CC


ARIF VIRANI

Dancing the Polka with Premier Kathleen Wynne at Roncesvalles Annual Polish Festival. Enjoying Howard Public School’s Annual Fall Fete with my son Nitin.

TAKE SOME TIME TO REFLECT ON WHAT CANADA MEANS TO YOU, AND MORE IMPORTANTLY WHAT KIND OF COUNTRY YOU WANT CANADA TO BECOME OVER OUR NEXT 150 YEARS.

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SAVE THE DATE EARTH HOUR IS COMING UP by Karyn Klaire Koski, an Earth Hour Leader

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In December of 2015, Paris hosted the United Nation’s Climate Change Conference or COP 21 in which, 196 representing countries or territorial parties, agreed upon an international commitment to reduce the effects of climate change. As a result, world wide education regarding strategies has increased in schools, communities and within governing parties. Earth Hour, created a decade ago, pays homage to this cause because it is a global, symbolic gesture to encourage people to power down for an hour, in order to show world wide support for environmental stewardship. The ritual of dimming lights is a nod towards validating climate change. The gathering of people together is a meaningful, peaceful demonstration

o f w i l l i n g n e ss t o co l le c t i ve ly safeguard the planet now, for future generations to enjoy. Besides all that, Earth Hour is actually fun! This year Earth Hour is on Saturday March 25th, 8:30 - 9:30 pm. All across Ontario, communities gather for candlelight walks or enjoy indoor celebrations in the dark, in fact Roncesvalles Village has once again extended an invitation to Parkdale Village to coordinate candlelight walks, so that the two groups meet up at the Roncesvalles Foot Bridge in Beaty Boulevard Parkette. The massing together of supportive communities is a feel good moment, that brings like minded people together. For more information: http://keepitin. wixsite.com/roncy-earth-hour

WHAT WILL YOU DO FOR EARTH HOUR?


DELICIOUS DISH RECIPE

CHOCOLATE

BABKA BUNS

SERVING SIZE: Makes 12 NOTE: If I don’t have buttermilk, I mix the milk and lemon juice and let stand for 5 minutes, and voila... buttermilk!

This recipe is a hybrid of cinnamon rolls and a traditional chocolate babka. I love it because I use a “quick bread” method instead of using a traditional yeast dough making this a perfect weekday recipe!

INGREDIENTS • For the Dough • 3/4 cup cottage cheese (4% milk fat) • 1/3 cup buttermilk (or 1/3 cup milk and 1 tsp lemon juice) • 1/4 cup granulated sugar • 2 oz (4 tbsp) unsalted butter, melted • 1 tsp pure vanilla extract • 9 oz (2 cups) unbleached all-purpose flour; more for rolling • 1 tbsp baking powder • 1/2 tsp table salt • 1/4 tsp baking soda F O R T H E F I L L I NG

• 3 tbsp (45 grams) unsalted butter, at room temperature • 1/4 cup (50 grams) granulated sugar • 8 ounces (225 grams) semisweet chocolate • Pinch of salt

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Heat oven to 350˚F and generously grease a 12-muffin tin. S TEP 02

Mix the Egg Wash ingredients in a small bowl, set aside S TEP 03

Prepare Filling First: If your chocolate is in large bars, roughly chop it. Then, you can let a food processor do the rest of the work, pulsing the chopped chocolate with the salt, sugar until the chocolate is very finely chopped with some parts almost powdery. Add butter and pulse machine until it’s distributed throughout the chocolate. Set mixture aside. Wash and dry the processor well. S TEP 04

Make the Dough: In the food processor, combine the cottage cheese, buttermilk, sugar, melted butter, and vanilla. Process until smooth, about 10 seconds. Add the flour, baking powder, salt, and baking soda and pulse in short bursts just until the dough clumps together (don’t over process). The dough will be soft and moist. S TEP 05

Scrape the dough out onto a lightly floured surface and knead it with floured hands 4 or 5 times until smooth. With a rolling pin, roll the dough into a 12" x 15" rectangle. S TEP 06

Sprinkle the filling mixture over the the dough and pat gently into the surface.

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• 1 egg • 2 teaspoons (10 ml) heavy cream or milk

Starting at a long edge, roll up the dough jelly-roll style. Pinch the seam to seal, and leave the ends open.

CAROLYN COHEN

With a sharp serrated knife, gently saw the roll into 12 equal pieces (I like to cut in half first and cut each half in half again and cut 3 slices for every quarter). Place each piece, cut side up, in the prepared muffin tin. Brush with egg wash.

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S TEP 09

Bake until golden brown and firm to the touch, 20-25 minutes. Set the pan on a wire rack to cool for 5 minutes. Run a spatula around the inside of each muffin cup to loosen any sticky bits and then remove buns to a rack to finish cooling.

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THE PROMISE

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ST. JOE'S by Karyn Klaire Koski

The Promise, a 70 Million dollar campaign - is a pledge to help St Joseph’s Health Centre work towards fulfilling an upgraded services mandate that will better service Toronto West’s catchment area. Fundraising Foundation Members are encouraging us all, to give back by participating and honouring St Joe’s century long, faithful service to our community. The goal is to create a better space, that will have the best tools possible, so that St Joe’s can offer specialized care to patients in both physical and mental crisis. The Health centre currently employs 2,500 staff, 400 physicians, 390 volunteers and 1,000 students whose very mission is to safeguard families. Corporate donors are welcomed, one time donations and monthly donors are sought and group fundraising strategies are appreciated. For more information: The Foundation office is located on fifth floor of the Sunnyside Building, East Wing. Telephone: 416-530-6704 Email: foundation@stjoe.on.ca

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The spirit of St Joe’s has heard every whisper, every scream, every laugh, every tear. Every heartfelt promise, every word, every shout of joy, every cry of despair. Every beginning and every end. St Joe’s has seen miracles and tragedies, break throughs and set backs. The young, the old, the loved and the lonely.


CAPUCCI SALON HOSTS

ST JOE’S

PROMISE CAMPAIGN

On Sunday February 26th, stylists from Bloor West Village’s Capucci Salon, pledged their services to help raise funds for St Joseph Health Centre’s Promise Campaign. The 5 hour event hosted by St Joe fundraising volunteer, Karen Allmen Chow and Capucci Salon co owners; Gino Mazzei & Ted Zorzi, had catered goodies and non stop hair services for fundraising participants.

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ACTING OUT KIDS THEATRE

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Anticipating March Break Madness, Acting Out Kids Theatre located in the community spaces of Roncesvalles United, joyously announced their 12th Year in Roncy! Congratulations to Founder Sharon Heldt and your many Supporters! www.actingoutkidstheatre.com

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01: Sharon Heldt. 02: Teddy Bear Picnic. 03 & 04: Acting Out Groups.

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WINTER

FAMILY FUN DAYS AT COLBOURNE LODGE 01

Through out January and February, Colbourne Lodge in High Park hosts Winter Family Fun Days, that teach families about the Lodge’s historical past. Besides tours and turn of the century activities like taffy pulling, volunteer curators show children how to make winter bird feeders.

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01: Edwardo & Sam. 02: Delicioius taffy. 03: Helene, Christa & Thea. Photo Credit: Aidan Barnes

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WOMEN

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Women on the Move is a Business Accelerator located on Dundas Street West near Howard Park that is hosted and attended by women from across the GTA. The Club provides mentoring workshops and meeting spaces and encourages networking practices. www.womenonthemove.club

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01: Arlette, Krista. 02: Heather, Guest, Jessica, Elizabeth. 03: Teresa speaks. 04: Samantha, Michelle, Natalie, Silvie, Elizabeth.

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THE BOXING LOFT IN PARKDALE

On February 9th, The Boxing Loft celebrated its relocation into Parkdale with music and cheer. Owner Emile Reed treated guests to catered food, Muskoka Brewery samplings and music by Gene King and singer Megan Joelle.

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Help Save Lives and Keep Your Pets Healthy –

SPAY & NEUTER Your Pets !

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paying and neutering your pets at an early age is

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important both for keeping them healthy as well as to help control the pet population. The overpopulation of companion animals, particularly cats, is an ongoing problem in many communities across Canada and leads to unnecessary and avoidable suffering of thousands of animals. In just a few years, one female cat and her offspring can produce hundreds if not thousands of kittens. Every year 180,000 dogs and cats enter Canadian shelters, which is a staggering number. The Humane Society of the United States estimates that between 3-4 million dogs and cats are euthanized each year in the Unites States, mainly as a result of pet overpopulation. Outdoor cats and feral cat populations can also cause devastating effects on local wildlife.

your home, as well as exhibit other unwanted behaviours.

Many health problems can be avoided by early spaying and neutering. For female dogs and cats, it is ideal to spay them before their first ‘heat’, which can typically occur as early as 7 months of age. Spaying before a first heat significantly reduces the risk of developing mammary cancer (similar to breast cancer), which is a life-threatening illness. Spaying at a young age can also significantly reduce the risk of illnesses such as pyometra (a life-threatening infection in the uterus), uterine and ovarian cancers. Neutering male cats before 7 months of age is also strongly recommended. Unneutered male cats after 7 months develop a foul odour in their urine and

Even with these slight variations in the appropriate age, there is clear evidence to show that sterilized pets live longer than intact pets (those that are not spayed or neutered). So let’s all do our part with helping to control the pet population and keeping our pets healthy by spaying and neutering!

The best time to neuter male dogs can vary depending on the size and breed of the dog. For large breed dogs (ie. Golden Retrievers, German Shepherds, Rottweilers, Mastiffs, St. Bernards, etc.), some research indicates a possible increased risk of developing orthopedic abnormalities such as hip dysplasia if neutered at a young age (before 6 months of age). Most veterinarians now recommend waiting until 9-12 months of age to neuter large breed male dogs. There are new and ongoing studies looking at the best time to spay or neuter your pet and it is important to have a discussion with your veterinarian before making a decision.

Lizete Valdmanis

Dr. Lizete Valdmanis Associate Veterinarian at Dundas West Animal Hospital

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PET ADOPTION

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MULAN Mulan is a beautiful senior cat dumped at a shelter when she needs a loving home the most. She is very affectionate and loves to lay and sleep on your lap while you watch TV. She isn’t very vocal - but when she does meow (usually for food) she has a funny raspy Siamese meow. She is front paw declawed (so

no scratching furniture). Mulan is 13 years old and bloodwork shows the start of kidney disease. She doesn’t need medications now, just a proper diet. She is good with other cats. If you are interested, please contact Team Cat Rescue at info@teamcatrescue.ca. Adoption Fee $75.

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