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IT’S TWENTY BELOW & YOU HAVE NO POWER. WHAT DO YOU DO? Article by: Chris Winter, Green Parkdale-High Park

Massive power failures do happen and it’s often a result of extreme weather. Here’s five things we can do to be ready, in our homes and in our community. 1. BE PREPARED Have an emergency kit or emergency supplies in your home such as flashlights, blankets, a first aid kit, emergency contact information, safety candles, water and a camping stove (for outdoor use). 2. HAVE BACKUP POWER Invest in a small generator or battery storage to provide electricity to essential items, like a fridge in summer heat or the electric fan that keeps your furnace running in the winter. 3. KNOW YOUR COMMUNITY Look out for those around you who may need help in an emergency. Also, know where emergency shelters are in the community, in case you need to leave your home. 4. VOLUNTEER Volunteering with community organizations is a great way to help build a stronger community. In times of crisis, these organizations and their volunteers can play a key role in helping people in need. 5. ORGANIZE Draft a community readiness plan, to identify and support groups that can provide emergency services and to build a volunteer network. Preparing for the worst should also help us build our ongoing community services.

SAVE THE DATE: NO POWER FOR THE HOUR Show your support for being climate ready! Join us for the Annual Earth Hour Walk on March 24th, at 8:30. Two walks, one in Parkdale and one down Roncesvalles, meet at the Queensway. Please see www.greenparkdale.org/blog for details. For more information, see the City of Toronto Emergency Preparedness web page www.toronto.ca/community-people/ public-safety-alerts/emergency-preparedness.

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Fat Loss Tips Be sure to include strength training as part of your workout routine. You can include some cardio (running, elliptical, bike, walking, etc.) just make sure that cardio is not the only exercise you do. Strength training can include using machine weights, free weights, body weight or a combination of these. Be sure to have a well-balanced plan that considers any injuries or restrictions that you may have.

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Eat some lean protein in each meal, including snacks. Leading Nutritional experts agree that the recommended amounts of protein are often too low for optimal health. Further, they suggest that people should eat more high-quality sources of protein and avoid too many over processed or refined meats and meat alternatives.

FOR GETTING LEANER FOR SPRING If you are like many people, every March you think about losing a few pounds (or more) and toning up for Summer. You may even want to change your lifestyle and develop some healthier habits to keep you feeling more fit and energized longer term. Making these changes is related to both nutrition and exercise, with the kitchen paying an important role. Here are some of our tips for making those changes and losing a few pounds. When designing your new plan, it is important to consider what you need to do to lose FAT and not just weight. The term “yo-yo” diet exists for a reason. It refers to people first losing weight and then regaining the weight they lost plus more. So, what causes the regain? Typically, this results from losing lean body mass along with losing fat, thereby lowering your metabolic rate. This could result from doing too much “cardio” training and not enough weight training or from inadequate nutrition during a weight loss period. So how do we target fat loss?

Protein works because it ensures a higher level of satiety after a meal, prevents the loss of lean body mass and creates a higher “thermic” effect, meaning that the body burns more calories while processing proteins than other foods. It is also important to eat lots of leafy greens and to take a high quality multi-vitamin. Consider eating 2 servings of vegetables with a meal and reducing carbohydrates to a proper portion size. Healthy Habits for a Better Lifestyle Regardless of whether you want to lose some weight or just feel more energized and in better shape for summer, there are a number of habits that can be implemented to help. Be sure to exercise 30 minutes per day most days. Do a variety of exercises of both low and high intensity and vary the type of workout you are doing. Get enough sleep. Sleep allows the body to recover and restore itself. When you don’t get enough sleep, the body can produce stress hormones that have been shown to have a correlation with a gain in belly fat. Join others that have the same goal. Join a program such as “The Highpark Ultimate Weight Loss Challenge” to get coaching, motivation and to be part of a group of people working towards a common goal. torontohighpark@snapfitness.com

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MARCH 17 Green Day at the Parkdale Library ∧ torontopubliclibrary.ca

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MARCH 23 Swansea Book Club at Swansea Town Hall swanseatownhall.ca

MARCH 24 Know Your Nature Walk ∧ highparknaturecentre.com

MARCH 24 Earth Hour in Roncesvalles & Parkdale keepitin.wixsite.com/roncy-earth-hour

APRIL 7 Race Roster Spring Run-Off in High Park canadarunningseries.com

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APRIL 18 An Evening with Giller Prize winning author, Linden Macintyre roncesvallesvillage.com/cbb/cbb_events.html

APRIL 18 JP Cormier and Dave Gunning at Hugh’s Room hughsroomlive.com/event

APRIL 22 Earth Day - A chance to have the whole Family participate in making Earth a cleaner place ∧ earthday.org

APRIL 28 Roncesvalles United Church Wine & Cheese Gala roncesvallesunitedchurch.ca/current-calendar

EVERY THURSDAY Creative Play for Parents and Kids at East End Community Health Centre ∧ eastendchc.on.ca

MAY 3 The Amazing Birds of the Park ∧ highpark.org

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WITH IBRAHIM ABSIYE WHO ARE YOU? NAME: Ibrahim Absiye BIRTHPLACE: Somalia WHERE DO YOU LIVE: Toronto CAREER: Economist/Finance, Executive Director of CultureLink Settlement & Community Services

WHAT IS YOUR GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT?

If I could have one super-human power, it would be to eliminate all prejudice.

WHAT DOES THE WORD COMMUNITY MEAN TO YOU? To me, the word community means people.

My greatest achievement is raising 7 successful children with my wife.

WHAT IS ONE THING THAT VERY FEW PEOPLE WOULD KNOW ABOUT YOU?

WHAT BRINGS YOU THE GREATEST JOY OR SATISFACTION?

Something that a lot of people would not know about me, is that I am the father of 7 wonderful children.

Working with people brings me the most joy and satisfaction.

WHO OR WHAT INSPIRES YOU? My family inspires me.

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WHAT IS THE BEST ADVICE YOU’VE BEEN GIVEN? The best advice I have ever been given is to “be yourself under all circumstances.”


WHAT’S YOUR FAVOURITE VACATION SPOT? The beautiful Niagara Falls is my favorite vacation spot.

WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE MOVIE OF ALL TIME? My favourite movies are the James Bond series.

IF THE WHOLE COMMUNITY WERE LISTENING, WHAT WOULD YOU SAY TO THEM? If the whole community were listening, I would tell them to come together, stay together and work together.

WHAT MAKES YOU LAUGH? Success makes me laugh.

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Currently using the name Green Parkdale (as City Ward 14 morphs partially into Ward 18), some of the founders of Green14 met socially at the home of Chris Winter (Climate Action Canada) & Nancy Palardy (Climate Change Manager from The Environmental Commissioner of Ontario’s Office), on February 11th. This Community Outreach group has members from both Roncesvalles and Parkdale BIA’s, Urban Green Space Champions, Earth Hour leaders, executives from Greenest City and several Globally Acknowledged Activists like Ted Talk Speaker, Carol Devine. For more info, please visit www.greenparkdale.org.

01: Carol & Nancy. 02: Angela. 03: Chris. 04: The group enjoying their time.

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On February 5th, Michelle Hillier, Creative Director and Owner of Experience Groove, packed the dance floor with an inspiring, sweaty and interactive event for 40+ groovers, at Swansea Town Hall. The Groove is the simplest and most engaging dance experience participants can have! They are shown simple movements and then encouraged to add their own style, creativity and coached on community building connections with each other. They also train teachers and leaders in the Groove Method and have workshops coming up in the spring for all to attend. For more info, please visit www.experiencegroove.com.

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WEST END CARES Article & Photos by: St. Joseph’s Health Centre Foundation

On January 30th, the Dragon’s Den style event pitted Dr. Andrea Miller and Dr. Steven Rhee against each other to convince the assembled guests to vote for each of their causes. Both causes came out winners! The event raised $25,000 in total for St. Joseph’s Health Centre with $14,000 going towards the Breast Centre and $11,000 going towards the Emergency Department. A big thank you to the 125 west-enders who came out to the fundraiser.

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Indigenous Leaders, Joshual Stribbell (National Urban Inuit Youth), Margret Froh (Metis Nation of Ontario), Liberal Party Critic for Aboriginal Affairs Carolyn Bennett and Parkdale High Park’s MP Arif Virani, held discussions on January 18th, at Roncesvalles United Church. In attendance were Inuit Artists, Native leaders, Cultural Exchange students and concerned constituents from the Roncesvalles area.

01: Mark & Tony, Attawapiskat exchnage project students with Arif. 02: Abbey. 03: Ceremonial Saging by First Nation’s Leader. 04: Urban Inuit Youth Presenter Joshua.

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BOOK REVIEW

MARCH'S BOOK SUGGESTION

granted scholarship to university so that she can leave town for a better future. Carl: the town’s hockey-hopeful from a wealthy family is predicted that he’ll be drafted to one of the major NHL teams but in order to do so he must graduate high school. Sonja agrees to tutor him because she needs the money, and so begins the story of Sonja & Carl: a novel. Carl is drafted to the Boston Bruins while Sonja attends University of Toronto. Within his first year on the team, Carl suffers a concussion that brings the two together again. Their journey is an unconventional, slow burn romance but a beautiful one nonetheless.

SONJA & CARL: A NOVEL

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Geared towards young adult readers, I found that this novel appeals to a wider audience. Although the story follows the characters from age 17-20, they are faced with several mature situations. The book touches on issues of poverty, wealth, death, love, and heartbreak, to name a few. It delves into the world of professional hockey, sports related injuries, and the pressure to get back in the game.

BY ALEXANDRIA WILLIAMS

’ve always appreciated a good storytelling, and in her first work, Canadian author Suzanne Hillier delivers just that with her debut novel Sonja & Carl: a novel.

The story revolves around Sonja Danychuk and Carl Helbig, two contrary high school students who are thrown together under unusual circumstances. In their small town of Davenport, Ontario, Sonja: an intelligent high school student from a very poor immigrant family, hopes to be

CAPTURINGBETTERPH TOS

In the making of this novel, Hillier, a retired lawyer, researched concussions related to hockey injuries, and interviewed several families of injured players who suffered irreversible damage at the hands of the sport. Sonja & Carl: a novel takes you on a ride that is as heart-warming as it is wrenching, with unexpected emotion at several turns. Featuring dynamic characters with rich history, I would recommend this to lovers of well-written fiction.

By Peeter Poldre, Photographer Always learning and striving to CAPTURE the next great photo!

QUICK EDITS ost photographs will benefit from some quick basic editing after the photo has been taken. If using a smartphone, editing can often be done on the phone itself. Computer-based editing software can also be used. First, make sure that the photo is straight/level, especially for horizons, poles and other vertical edges. On some smartphones, leveling occurs automatically when you begin to crop the image. In photo 1, the photographer was so excited to capture the sunrise that he overlooked the slanted horizon. This was corrected on the smartphone for photo 2. Second, check to see whether the photo needs more or less light/ exposure. Most smartphones will have a way of adjusting exposure on the image. Third, crop the photo to discard elements that are distracting or not needed. It’s completely understandable that in the heat of capturing the moment (3) extraneous things can be left in the photo. Editing helps (4).

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COLDEST NIGHT

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Even though it was not the Coldest Night of the Year on February 24th, it was a fun night that was hosted by Haven on the Queensway. Participants received a toque and enjoyed each other’s company as they walked and raised funds for Haven. Haven on the Queensway is a non-profit charitable organization providing humanitarian relief to people in our community by meeting their physical, emotional and spiritual needs. They offer an atmosphere of respect, dignity and security as they help people on their way to becoming more self-sufficient.

CELEBRATING VALENTINE’S

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& ALL THINGS BAWDY Photos by: Rahel Schneeberger-Brown

In celebration of Valentine’s Day Love, Lust and Hilarity, Toronto’s longest running Cabaret performed to a sold-out crowd, on February 8th. The event was hosted by El Toro & Rag Bag Cabaret Producers, Rachelle Elie & Luke Jackson and was held in Bloor West’s Village Players Theatre. The stellar lineup included Burlesque performers, jugglers, singers, comedians and music by Groove DJazzyGeorge.

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