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MASTER MECHANIC'S 2017 KIDS PHOTO CONTEST Special congratulations to the winner of our 2017 Kids Photo Contest

Elliot McMillan!

We love getting to know our customers and want to thank everyone for submitting their photos of kids being kids! 7 year old Elliot and his dad Jamie came into see our team at Master Mechanic High Park to claim his grand prize, a $250 Gift Card to Scooter Girl Toys Store and have his picture taken as Master Mechanic's Official 2017 Contest Winner! A big thank you to everyone who participates in our contests and events, your support means a lot and continues to encourage us to give back to our community anyway we can!

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FUNDRAISER FOR COPERNICUS LODGE A large crowd treated themselves to well-priced treasures at Copernicus Lodge’s September 9th, Fall Yard Sale. All items were donated by families and supporters of the Not for Profit Community Senior’s Residence. Proceeds go towards activities and in-house programs.

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01: Nathaniel & Alex. 02: Bethany. 03: Stesie, Josia, Terenia, Aniela, Krysia & Anna. 04: Gloria & Marlene.

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The Invictus Games, founded by His Royal Highness, Prince Harry is a sporting competition for the wounded and Injured military soldiers and veterans. This year, there were 550 competitors from 17 countries taking part. Through the power of sport, they proved to the world that great challenges could be confronted with unconquerable drive, resilience and determination. Captured are the events that took place at the Invictus Games all week in Toronto. It all started on September 22 with the Flag Raising Ceremony. Sporting events followed throughout the week and ended with the Closing Ceremonies on September 30. The Invictus Games captivated audiences and left lasting memories. Photos by: Peeter Poldre

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01 In 1903, The Toronto Star ran a story about many people witnessing a horseman and stag emerging from the waters of Grenadier Pond, and then urban folklore had the phantom travelling throughout most of Parkdale. Another Toronto Star article, dated April 22, 1913, stated that police were alerted after several eyewitnesses saw a phantom coming from the pond’s swampy depths. Two weeks later a follow up story revealed that local pranksters with flashlights had been caught.

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High Park has had many tragedies. In 1947, the bodies of Iris Scott and her lover George Vigus were found in the trunk of a car, parked along High Park’s Lovers Lane. Decades later, researchers from the TV Series, The 5th Estate, were given a tip that identified Edwin Alonzo Boyd, as their murderer. Toronto’s first Chief of Police, John Chisholm, who lived on nearby Indian Grove, was found dead in 1958. He parked his car, used his with his own revolver and shot himself in the head. In 1969 a patrolling police officer called in, that he himself, saw a woman in the up-stairs bedroom at Colbourne Lodge. A search found nobody on the premises. Paranormal researchers contend that this apparition was the lingering spirit of Jemima Howard. Mrs. Howard died in that exact room, painfully, slowly, as she succumbed to breast cancer.

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here are bodies buried in High Park. Before the turn of the century, there are reports of impoverished immigrant families who took to the forests, concealing bodies of still born children and other lost family. Funeral expenses were unobtainable and nights were dark. In an effort to patrol such injustices, security was added. On a hot day in July of 1882, overzealous High Park Constable, John Albert, fatally shot a teenage boy who was illegally boating in Grenadier Pond. His companions scattered and summoned police. Albert was found guilty of murder and sentenced to the gallows that autumn.

Many lives have been lost in the Park as a result of misadventure and death by suicide. There have been frightful stalkings and sexual assaults over the decades. A particularly brutal incident happened during the summer of 1982, when a young woman barely survived repeated bludgeoning with a brick. Most horrifically, a group of teenage boys beat a forty-year-old male librarian to death in 1985, a gay bashing gone horribly wrong. Yet there are peaceful lingering energies too. There are literally thousands of reverent sites from scattered remains and buried ashes. They’re the gentle breezes that grace the beauty of the land. Not too long ago, Watersnake Mound, a 3000-year-old Native Burial site was damaged unknowingly, by BMX bicycle enthusiasts and eventually, with media pressure, measures were taken to correct this desecration. Forgiveness was ceremoniously asked from the Spirit World and we’ll assume that it was accepted and honoured. Every life spent leaves an energy pattern; turmoil, angst, pleasure, joy - so many combined emotions have been left behind in High Park and they scatter softly in the wind and emanate distinctly from the soil. The Park is literally teaming with the souls of mankind because High Park is haunted. So as the crisp autumn days of October slowly end and the coldness of November prepares us for winter, remember that the lingering spirits of a persons’ past join the forest and all of the Park in its seasonal end, lingering gently, only to eventually disappear.

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In 1921, just outside of the park, eight skeletons coated in a red powdery substance were found in a seated position, arranged in a circle and buried deep within a sandy ridge, nearby were several smaller skeletons, clearly identified as children. Experts confirmed these remains as the Red Ocher, Indigenous peoples who lived sometime between 2,500 BC to 800 AD. It was a thrilling find in its day and time. There are ghost stories about High Park. Most popular are tales of the Grenadier Soldiers. Scholars insist that there is no validating historical record, proving soldiers have been marching, boating or even present in High Park, yet there are many testimonies of seeing spirit soldiers. Some stories say they are in red coats, others state they are in black. The only existing record of any soldiers, was when military training exercises were held there during WW1, but no lives were lost.

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01: Vigus Scott Crime. 02: Catfish Pond. 03: John Chishom. 04: High Park Artillery.


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The unseasonably warm day attracted hundreds of attendees who enjoyed Kidzone activities, live performances and a very entertaining Dog Show. 01: City Councillor Gord Perks. 02: Having fun playing games. 03: The Pup Show. 04: Just enjoying the festival. 05: Big smiles. 06: Chris Patterson in the Kidzone. Photos by: Zach Baily & Donna MacMullin

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OCTOBER 19 Swansea Town Hall Homework Club Restarts Weekly swanseatownhall.ca

OCTOBER 21 Another Story Bookshop’s 30th Anniversary ∧ anotherstory.ca

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OCTOBER 22 Toronto Waterfront Marathon torontowaterfrontmarathon.com

OCTOBER 27-28 Halloween Howl Night Hike with High Park Nature Centre highparknaturecentre.com

OCTOBER 27-30 Art Toronto ∧ arttoronto.ca

OCTOBER 29 22nd Annual Twilight Pumpkin Float in High Park highparknaturecentre.com

OCTOBER 29 Toronto West Halloween Fest for St Joe’s Kid’s Emergency along Bloor ∧ supportstjoes.ca/events/st-joes-events

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NOVEMBER 11 Remembrance Day Ceremony and Reception swanseatownhall.ca

NOVEMBER 18 Roncesvalles United Church Christmas Arts & Craft Sale roncesvallesunitedchurch.ca

NOVEMBER 19 Santa Claus Parade ∧ thesantaclausparade.com

NOVEMBER 25 Bloor West Village - Santa In The Village bloorwestvillagebia.com

DECEMBER 1 Shop Roncy Extended Retail Hours along Roncesvalles Ave roncesvallesvillage.ca

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Royal Agricultural Winter Fair ∧ royalfair.org

DECEMBER 1 - JANUARY 8 Christmas at Casa Loma ∧ casaloma.ca

DECEMBER 2 Roncy Community Tree Lighting ∧ roncesvallesvillage.ca

DECEMBER 3 High Park Through the Ages Walking Tour highparknature.org

DECEMBER 17 Holiday Hike to Colborne Lodge Walking Tour highparknature.org


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COMMUNITY THEATRE Written by: Eric Veillette

The Revue Cinema, built in 1912, celebrates its first decade as a not-for-profit theatre. Ten years ago this month, a crowd of over two hundred people gathered at the Revue for a special gala screening. The occasion was the re-opening of Roncesvalles’ favourite cinema, shuttered in 2006 after the collapse of the former Festival Cinemas Chain. The film was Billy Wilder’s Some Like It Hot, recently declared by the BBC as the greatest comedy ever made. While everyone celebrated, many in attendance breathed a deep sigh of relief. For months, volunteers of the recently formed Revue Film Society canvassed local businesses and residences for donations to revive the west-end staple. They raised nearly $130k. “The response was overwhelmingly positive,”says Rose Scheler, a neighbourhood bookkeeper and early fundraiser for the not-for-profit organization. “People were excited that a group wanted to revive the cinema.” Ten years later, the Revue still offers all the latest blockbuster and indie releases, but more importantly, has developed a reputation as a first-class venue for eventdriven cinema. Talks, hosted by well-known newspaper 12

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columnists and film programmers, regularly follow screenings; live music precedes documentary films; some of the city’s top chefs curate food pairings for a gastronomic food series. Most importantly, the cinema works with several charities, not-for-profit organizations and neighbourhood schools, helping to raise funds or bring awareness to various social causes. Earlier this year, it hosted a fundraiser for the Kids Up Front organization with the film On The Way to School. Months later, over one hundred students from Howard Park Public School attended a film history seminar, followed by a silent Charlie Chaplin screening with live piano accompaniment. There’s a sense of irony attached to the Revue’s current educational and fundraising mandate, since a nearby school nearly kept it from opening. In 1912, as the movies had formed an emerging mass audience, educators and legislators sought to keep the flickering images far from the eyes of corruptible children. When a building permit was granted to the Suburban Amusement company to build the cinema near Howard Park Public School, the gloves came off. The minutes from a January 17, 1912 meeting of the Toronto Board of Education


asked that a letter be sent to the police commissioner “protesting strongly against the establishment of a moving picture show in the vicinity of Howard Park School.”

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POLISH FESTIVAL CELEBRATES 12TH YEAR IN RONCY

Thousands of people attended the Roncesvalles Polish Festival on September 16th & 17th. Annual supporters celebrated all things Polish alongside Dignitaries, Performers, Food and much Fan Fare. The two-day event had amazing weather, family friendly activities, beer tents, Polish food and entertainment that packed the eighteen blocks of Roncesvalles Avenue. Photos by: Peeter Poldre

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UKRAINIAN FESTIVAL CELEBRATES 21 YEARS IN BLOOR WEST VILLAGE

On Saturday, Sept 16th, Bloor West Village’s annual Ukrainian Festival, started with 2017 Marshal Evanka Omsak, (Anchor for Sports Net Central) leading a very colourful, 1,200 participant Parade. Following the event, local dignitaries and government officials addressed the crowd. A schedule of nonstop performances, ethnic treats, interactive activities and a midway kept visitors and local festival attendees entertained. Photos by: Peeter Poldre

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BOOK REVIEW cut you off in traffic. What eventually makes us happy is surmounting the associated negative experiences. If you want the perfect

I GIVE A F*CK

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to work harder and sacrifice free time, get

F*ck: The Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life. Yes, the book is filled

your finances in order, do a budget, take

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risks - you get the drift - all those painful and

insecure, anxious, hopeless, victimized, entitled, easily annoyed by life’s trivialities,

mundane things that a lot of us avoid doing.

wants success and happiness, felt right and everyone else was wrong, felt scared of…anything at all. It’s also for those who feel that anything that goes wrong is

Manson does not tell you to stop caring about everything entirely. He shows you

someone else’s fault. I think that covers all of us.

how to discover what you value and to commit to it. Manson tells you in no uncertain

The author Mark Manson is not a world renowned psychoanalyst. He’s a successful blogger but his writing is backed by some pretty extensive research. Thank God there’s a book that finally says stop looking in the mirror and telling yourself you’re happy because if you’re doing that, chances are, you’re not happy and it’s totally okay to have negative feelings.

be the best all the time and to be having the best time. This constant search for happiness and perfection is making us all unhappy so stop trying. Sometimes life sucks. The negative emotions we feel are a call to action - change what needs to be changed. Start caring about what’s truly important and it isn’t the person who

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9 9

9:30Pm

16 16

baby drIVer (14a)

1:00Pm parent & baby wInd rIVer (18a) 1:00Pm parent 6:45Pm & baby wInd rIVer (18a) closed for prIVate rental 6:45Pm closed 9:30Pm for prIVate rental wInd rIVer (18a) 9:30Pm

wInd rIVer (18a)

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10 10

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IngrId goes west (14a)

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6:30Pm planet In focus

green fIlm network

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$12

green fIlm network

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$2

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$6

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(1959) (PG) 7:15Pm

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wInd rIVer (18a)

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dunkIrk (PG)

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3-d SurCharGe

9:30Pm

6:45Pm 9:30Pm

4:00Pm 6:45Pm 6:45PM

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9:30Pm

IngrId 6:45Pm goes west (14a) dunkIrk (PG)

coPPola winery sPecial event: 6:45Pm admission $15/$12 food In fIlm mystIc pIzza (1988) (14a) 6:45Pm admission includes food fIlm Pizza In courtesy mystIc villaGepIzza Pizza(1988) (14a) admission includes sPecial event: Pizza courtesy admission $20/$17 villaGe Pizza book online sPecial event: revuecinema. admission $20/$17 eventbrite.ca book online 9:30Pm revuecinema. logan lucky (PG) eventbrite.ca

rental General adMiSSion 9:00Pm

dunkIrk (PG)

1:00Pm (14a) parent & baby

12 12

emojI moVIe(18a) (G) wInd rIVer

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17adMiSSion 18 & MeMberShip 19 20 17 18 19 20

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30 30

11 11

7 7

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saturday

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7:00PM

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1:30Pm

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alfred hItchcock’s

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logan lucky (PG)(14a) the glass castle

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$12

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