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Residents are applauding a decision by the Ontario Municipal Board to reject a proposed 10-storey condo building on Yonge Street north of York Mills Road. Meanwhile, the developer plans to go back to the drawing board and return with a new plan for the site. Trevor Jones, vice-president of the Yonge Ridge Homeowners’ Association, which fought the development, said the community is relieved the OMB rejected the condo building at 4155 Yonge at the southeast corner of William Carson Crescent. “Everybody who opposed this development is very pleased,” he said. “It was of great concern to the community.” In its ruling, the OMB concluded the mixed-use development would have a negative >>>DEVELOPER, page 5

Mayor ‘out of bounds’ on ward issue: councillor LISA QUEEN lqueen@insidetoronto.com

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60-YEAR CELEBRATION: Trinity Cai, 5, makes a craft at Lansing Co-operative Nursery School Wednesday afternoon during a celebration of the school’s 60th anniversary.

Don Valley West Councillor Jaye Robinson has already said Mayor Rob Ford fired her

from his executive committee this month after she spoke out during the controversy over a video allegedly showing Ford appearing to smoke crack cocaine.

Now, she’s wondering if her outspokenness has prompted Ford, who has denied using or being addicted to crack cocaine, to bypass her during the planning process for a potentially

contentious development proposal in her ward. Robinson suspects Ford sidestepped her “because I’ve been speaking out on the allegations,” Robinson told The Mirror

following Tuesday’s meeting of North York Community Council. “ I t ’s j u s t i n t e r e s t i n g timing.” >>>COMMUNITY, page 5

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Huron-Wendat First Nation honoured in ceremony at Driftwood Park LISA QUEEN lqueen@insidetoronto.com The long history of the HuronWendat First Nation was honoured at North York’s Driftwood Park on Saturday. The event in the Jane StreetFinch Avenue neighbourhood park included a plaque presentation and a ceremony to open the Huron-Wendat Trail. The Heritage Toronto plaques commemorate the history of the Huron-Wendat people in Toronto and Ontario, a press release from the city said. “The north shore of Lake Ontario, including present-day Toronto, was once the home of the ancestral Huron-Wendat people,” it stated. “Accomplished farmers and traders, they occupied numerous villages between 1200 and 1600, nearly always along rivers and creeks. They left behind artifacts that included remnants of their distinctive ceramic vessels, tobacco pipes, stone axes and bone tools, all of which help archeologists identify sites as being ancestral Huron-Wendat.” Elder Daniel Proteau, other Huron-Wendat Nation representatives and students travelled from Quebec to attend the ceremony,

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Above, Huron-Wendat lawyer Simon Picard, left, and Huron-Wendat youth Louis Philippe Fontaine of Quebec attend the plaque unveiling ceremony Saturday in Driftwood Park dedicating the spot as a historically significant site. The area near Tobermory Drive was once populated by a Huron-Wendat First Nation village. Saturday was declared HuronWendat Day. Left, Huron-Wendat First Nation elder Dan Peroteau makes an address.

past, present, future Grand Chief Konrad Sioui thanked the city for declaring June 15 Huron-Wendat Day. “We must never forget that our ancestors have walked, lived and died in the Greater Toronto Area and in the Great Lakes area,“ he said in a statement. “The Huron-Wendat Trail is a positive reminder of our past, present and future presence in our unceded natural lands.” Following the plaque unveiling, archeologist Ron Williamson led an interpretive bike tour along the Huron-Wendat Trail. The trail runs along a site in

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North York where archeological remains of an ancestral HuronWendat village were discovered, the city press release said. York West Councillor Anthony Perruzza said the city is proud to have fostered a relationship with the Huron-Wendat Nation. The Nation has a long and rich history in Toronto, according to Gary Miedema, chief historian with Heritage Toronto, an armslength agency of the city that

promotes greater appreciation of Toronto’s heritage. “It’s a privilege to work with the Huron-Wendat Nation and the City of Toronto to raise awareness of that history, and it’s an honour to have representatives of the Huron-Wendat Nation with is as we do so,” he said.

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he spotlight is back on Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC) with a recent report by Toronto Ombudsman Fiona Crean stating poor practices for evicting seniors still take place. In addition to the findings of this report – which was prompted by the death of 81-year-old Al Gosling in 2009 weeks after being evicted – TCHC has long dealt with negative press, often being associated with the stigma of being crime-ridden and unsafe. Both Mayor Rob Ford and TCHC CEO Eugene Jones have since our view vowed to fix the problem as well correct the lack of compassion Opportunities as with training for all TCHC staff to follow proper policies. But the rest exist for of the community must also get partnerships involved. Problems that exist within TCHC aren’t isolated ones but rather affect the community as a whole. Project Neighbourhood Safety, launched today by Toronto Police 11 Division, is a good example of a community working together in the city’s west end within an area that’s reported violent crime incidences in recent years. “We’ll be focusing on working with the community to resolve problems,” said 11 Division Community Response Unit Sgt. Chad Nicolle. “The difference between this project and others is that we’ll be there for the long-term in this particular complex.” With TCHC complexes existing across the city, this project, based on the concept of neighbourhood policing, can be done informally in all local communities where residents are on the lookout for any suspicious activity on a daily basis. Community members can partner with not just police but local businesses too that would also benefit from having safer neighbourhoods. Residents should also be on the lookout for those most vulnerable in society like seniors and at-risk youth. Volunteer opportunities exist across the city. Most projects begin and end, but community involvement is the true long-term fix to improve not just TCHC complexes but the surrounding community as well.

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raffic congestion is an issue that remains top of mind for Torontonians, as it will remain during the upcoming municipal election. Opinions on how to solve the problem come from every section of the political spectrum: from one-track solutions such as building subways, to menus of options presented by interest groups, all the way to laying of most of the blame at Queen’s Park’s or Ottawa’s doors. Members of the public can be forgiven if they become confused by the choices, or remain doubtful in believing that one solution will solve a problem that has been almost a century in the making. Part of the challenge in reducing congestion is due to its many causes. Its roots can be found in an original road pattern not designed for cars or current densities, and in rapidly changing demographic and commuting patterns. At the

david soknacki beyond the headlines same time we have higher expectations about the environment, on safety and the economy. Context is important as well: Toronto has traffic jams because our city is one of the most desirable places to live, the economic engine of Canada, and the home to institutions of international repute. Although arguments on congestion rapidly move to a discussion about mega-projects and money, congestion-relieving projects requiring major investment from Queen’s Park will be the responsibility of the province’s regional transportation agency Metrolinx. For Toronto Council, these decisions are now off the table. So what’s left? Lots. There remains a surprising number of tools within council’s jurisdiction that

can be used without bankrupting the city. Admittedly some ideas are undesirable. We do not want to create an environment that stunts employment growth or chases away newcomers. Other ideas are politically difficult, such as removing stop signs or traffic calming measures, or increasing speed limits. Managing motorists through tolls is still a difficult subject for a mayor, but much less so for councillors whose residents usually fall into one or the other of two sides. On the positive side there are so many ways council can help relieve congestion. For instance, it can greatly encourage development densities near transit lines or nodes. While such decisions are usually confirmed in the downtown core, governance changes are probably necessary to help make changes in the suburbs. In addition, the

city has more than 2,500 acres of virtually empty space in its hydro corridors that can be used for new busways and transit-centred development. And then there are the hundreds of smaller ideas that together will ease congestion. Examples include the optimization of traffic flows through technology, putting limits on deliveries and parking on arterial roads, separating turning lanes, building service roads, installing roundabouts and the like. While not as glamorous as advocating for new subways, the total of these decisions will make a significant difference in our lives. Better yet, these suggestions can be implemented by council, without large risks, and without further dividing residents. David Soknacki is a former City of Toronto councillor and budget chief. Contact him at www.soknacki.com

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including them, Robinson said that has not happened to her before and she suspects it’s because she spoke out on the allegations. “I think it’s related. I think it’s related for sure, unfortunately,” she said. More importantly, residents would not have had a chance to learn and respond to the application if staff hadn’t given her a heads-up, said Robinson, who said she ran for council on a platform of public engagement. “I think the mayor should be careful when it’s related to public consultation. That public consultation piece is very important in planning, especially when you have a residential area mixed with employment lands mixed with sanctuaries and churches and schools. You have to be very careful in those neighbourhoods. Those are hypersensitive neighbourhoods,” she said. “How I feel is I think that the mayor has stepped out of his bounds, out of bounds a bit on this. It’s my area but he hasn’t done the consultation. I don’t think it reflects civic engagement or ensuring residents are in the loop as things develop and proceed. I think it’s a misstep, for sure, on the mayor’s part, to interfere with an application and not do any consultation with the residents.”

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consultations. Meanwhile, Robinson said she’s been told by staff that Ford has met on more than one occasion with the applicant – at the school and at his office. While the application was only submitted to the city in April, Robinson said Ford appears to have become involved recently because he suggests the planning process is taking too long to deal with the issue. Robinson, who suggested two months is not a long time to deal with a planning application, said she suspects Ford’s apparent involvement has more to do with her speaking out about the allegations. “I think what happened is I started speaking out on the mayor’s allegations, that he needs to address it,” she said. “And this (application), the mayor didn’t get involved in this till a couple of weeks ago, a few weeks ago. My understanding is he felt planning (department) was dragging its heels.” While the mayor can address a planning application anywhere in the city, Robinson questioned why, for the first time, he hasn’t brought a local concern to her attention. While other councillors have told her Ford has gotten involved in issues he’s interested in in their wards without

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>>>from page 1 Robinson is concerned about Ford’s apparent involvement in a planning application by the Greek Orthodox Metamorphosis School at 30 Scarsdale Rd. southeast of York Mills Road and Leslie Street. While it appears Ford has been in touch with the applicant, Robinson said she and the community had been unaware of the proposal. Ford’s press secretary Sunny Petrujkic could not be reached for comment Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday. There has been ongoing “friction” between the school and the neighbourhood over parents parking on Scarsdale and the adjacent Preakness Drive, Robinson said. Initially, the school proposed adding a place of worship to the school but has since revised the plan to say the addition would hold a recreation room. Because the application is a site plan control application, which Robinson described as the quickest way to get through the city’s planning process, she wasn’t aware of the application until alerted by city staff. “Staff brought it to my attention, which was very honorable of them to do,” she said, adding that allowed her to bring the matter to community council’s attention and now schedule community

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Developer to come back with new plan >>>from page 1 impact on the community and the environment. “In light of the foregoing issues and evidence, the proposed development and amendments do not represent good planning and the board’s approval of these is not in the public interest,” the decision said. “Approval of this proposal would result in a net loss of ecosystem services and the permanent removal of (a) natural feature than cannot be recovered.” North York councillors had turned down the building last September after city planning staff warned the development would cut into an adjacent treed valley ridge, which is

regulated by the city’s ravine and natural feature protection bylaw. The building would also be significantly taller than surrounding buildings, staff said. There was significant community opposition to the project, including concerns about the impact the development would have on the 200-year-old St. John’s York Mills Anglican Church, one of Toronto’s oldest and most iconic churches, which sits on top of the valley ridge overlooking the site. After North York Community Council rejected the building, there were initially hopes developer Ire-Yonge Developers Inc., the commu-

nity and the city could reach a compromise. Although Ire-Yonge did reduce the size of the building, residents argued the development was still a threat to the neighbourhood and the environment. Ire-Yonge felt it had no choice at that point but to take its case to the OMB, Jason Pantalone, the company’s director or land acquisition and development, told The Mirror in April. This week, he said his company is disappointed by the OMB ruling but plans to come back with a new proposal. Jones said he and the community will have to see the new proposal before commenting.

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Jazz festival lineup Ground breaks on Lassonde School of Engineering at York U. LISA QUEEN lqueen@insidetoronto.com If you are going to dream big, you might as well have your head in the clouds. So, it’s fitting that a cloud is the inspiration for York University’s new Lassonde School of Engineering. A groundbreaking ceremony for the new building was held Monday on the southwest side of the university beside Stong Pond where the new building will be located. The new engineering faculty aims to turn out “Renaissance engineers” who will combine an entrepreneurial spirit with a social conscience and a sense of global citizenship, York president Mamdouh Shoukri said. “It is really the engineer of the future,” he said. The new building was modelled after a cloud, a natural object that is always changing, architect Greg Woods told The Mirror. “We thought it was interesting, when we started the project, this is a brand new faculty and because the faculty was still clarifying itself, we thought it would be interesting to design a building that was out of focus and coming into focus and that’s where the idea of the cloud came in,” said Woods, with ZAS Architects + Interiors. “They ( York officials) wanted to realize an engineering building like no other. Traditionally, engineering buildings, you’re defined and confined by your discipline.

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Mamdouh Shoukri, president and vice-chancellor of York University, speaks as he and Janusz A. Kozinski, dean of the Lassond School of Engineering, and Brad Duguid, MPP Scarborough Centre and Minister of Training Colleges and Universities, take part in a ground-breaking ceremony Monday for a new engineering building at York U.

In fact, what they wanted to do was the opposite and have disciplines which merge together. And so, it lent itself to a building that we thought would be dynamic and everchanging and the idea of the cloud emerged from that.” A key feature of the building will be a double helix staircase, which is a strong, powerful idea that came out of Renaissance architecture, ZAS senior principal Paul Stevens told The Mirror. It will not only be a symbolic focus of the building but a feat of engineering, he said. The new building is expected to open in 2015. It will have academic space for the disciplines of electrical, civil and mechanical engineering.

Special emphasis will be placed on social and public areas that encourage collaboration between undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate students, faculty members and researchers. The faculty is named in honour of mining entrepreneur Pierre Lassonde, cofounder of Franco-Nevada Mining Corp., who donated $25 million towards the project to develop the engineering program and for student support. The $85 million building is also being funded with $50 million from the provincial government and $35 million from the university, including a $5-million gift from real estate and development giant Ignat Kaneff, CEO of the Kaneff Group of Companies.

Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities Brad Duguid praised York’s emerging engineering faculty as vital part of Ontario’s economic growth. “This is about building a stronger future. That is what this building is all about,” he said, complimenting the “picturesque” location of the future building. “Engineering is an incredibly important sector for our province...These kinds of projects will build that innovative workforce we need. We want these engineers to be coming from Ontario because we want Ontario to compete in that fiercely competitive global economy.” Janusz Kozinski, York’s dean of engineering, praised the weather for providing a perfect backdrop for the groundbreaking ceremony. “Perhaps it is most fitting we are having this event on a day when we have so many beautiful clouds up there because we collaborate in the clouds and our colleagues have created it for us,” he said. “Benjamin Franklin said a house is not a home unless it contains food and fire for the body and the mind. That is exactly what we are creating today. We are creating foundations for our students, who will be living their lives in this new cloud that we are creating for them.”

The TD Toronto Jazz Festival is heading to the Shops at Don Mills starting tomorrow. Here’s a list of what’s happening musically at the North York outdoor mall, located at 1090 Don Mills Rd. All performances are free. w Friday, June 21, 8 to 9 p.m.

Michael Dunston / Dave Young Tribute to Donny Hathaway

w Saturday, June 22, 2 to 3 p.m. Dixie Demons

w Saturday, June 22, 5 to 6 p.m. Beyond the Pale

w Saturday, June 22, 8 to 9 p.m.

Alan Hetherington & Banda Illuminada

w Sunday, June 23, 3 to 4 p.m. Jive Bombers

w Monday, June 24, 7 to 8 p.m.

Norman Marshall Villeneuve’s Jazz Message Quintet

w Tuesday, June 25, 7 to 8 p.m. Lily Frost

w Wednesday, June 26, 7 to 8 p.m. Maylee Todd

w Thursday, June 27, 7 to 8 p.m. Diana Braithwaite & Chris Whiteley

w Friday, June 28, 8 to 9 p.m. Grooveyard

w Saturday, June 29, 2 to 3 p.m. Organic

w Saturday, June 29, 5 to 6 p.m. Erin Costelo

w Saturday, June 29, 8 to 9 p.m. Roberto Linares Brown Orchestra

w Sunday, June 30, 3 to 4 p.m. Toronto Rhythm Initiative

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TCDSB approves balanced budget construction of a dozen new schools by the end of 2015. Also included in the plan is a commitment to build new additions to existing schools, to meet the critical need to modernize facilities and roll out new classroom spaces for full-day kindergarten. Featuring a “modest” inyear surplus of $713,000, the approved budget was the product of the most extensive community consultation

Total budget comes in at $1.1 billion Toronto’s Catholic school board approved a $1.1 billion budget for the next school year last Thursday night – the board’s fourth consecutive balanced budget. The TCDSB is currently midway through its fiveyear, $403-million capital project plan that will see the

process ever undertaken by the TCDSB. That consultation included an online budget survey translated into eight different languages, two special public meetings and the first-time use of automated computerized telephone messaging to each parent in the board.

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Toronto seeking Canadian bid to host 2017 world youth athletics championships Already set to host the 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games, the City of Toronto has signalled its intention to host another major competition in 2017 – the World Youth Championships in Athletics. It’s a global track and field event for competitors 17 or younger, organized by the International Association

of Athletics Federation (IAAF). But first Toronto will have to beat out a couple of other Canadian cities who are also after the honour – Ottawa and Montreal. Toronto’s bid process is being led by Athletics Ontario and the Toronto Sports Council. Athletics Canada is slated

to hear presentations from the bid communities on Dec. 4 and then make its selection the next day. The IAAF, in turn, is expected to open the international bidding process early next year (2014) and make its decision later in the year.

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w Saturday, June 22

Girl Guide Garage Sale WHEN: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. WHERE: 8 Wellesbourne Cr. CONTACT: Rosemarie Lezon, 416-492-0583, 584th_toronto_pathfinders@hotmail.ca COST: Free Come on out and support your local Girl Guide unit. The 11th Europe 2013 Trip Unit is holding their final fundraiser for their trip this summer. Preventing Disease in Fruit Trees WHEN: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. WHERE: Lotherton Pathway Orchard, 109 Lotherton Pathway CONTACT: www. orchardpeople.com, info@orchardpeople.com COST: Adults $30, seniors and students $20

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Celebrating Italian Heritage Month - The Italian Immigrant: A Musical Journey WHEN: 2 p.m. WHERE: Downsview Library, 2793 Keele St. CONTACT: Diana, 416-395-5720, doprograms@torontopubliclibrary.ca COST: Free Come enjoy the music of Tino@Vivo who will perform ‘The Italian Immigrant Experience in Ten Songs Plus One’ on his acoustic guitar. Enjoy a selection of modern and classic Italian songs about the immigrant experience. Register by phone, email or visiting the branch. Check out our complete online community calendar by visiting www. northyorkmirror.com. Read weeks of listings from your North York neighbourhoods as well as events from across Toronto.

w Sunday, June 23

Annual Church Picnic WHEN: 1 to 5 p.m. WHERE: Faith Worship Centre, 95 Milvan Dr. CONTACT: Gina Ripley, 416-633-1886, ginaripley@rogers.com COST: Free Free barbecue and games for kids.

Run for Huntington Disease WHEN: 8 a.m. WHERE: Wilket Creek Park, 1121 Leslie St. CONTACT: http://huntington.akaraisin.com/ TorontoRunforHD, run@hdtoronto. org COST: See website for registration fees

Iona Strawberry Social WHEN: 2 to 4 p.m. WHERE: Iona Presbyterian Church, 1080 Finch Ave. E. CONTACT: Bob Williams, 416-4942442, postmaster@tri-church. ca COST: Adults $8, children $5 A delicious social afternoon featuring strawberry shortcake, tea, coffee and juice.

CARDathon in the Park WHEN: 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. WHERE: G. Ross Lord Park, 4777 Dufferin St. CONTACT: Bonnie Hartley, 416-667-8600, www.card. ca, bonnie@card.ca COST: Free CARD riders, volunteers, family, friends and the community

come together to hike or ride the trails of G. Ross Lord Park to raise money for CARD’s therapeutic riding program.

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Community Services Recruitment Fair WHEN: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. WHERE: Near North York Centre subway station, 5152 Yonge St. CONTACT: communitysvcs@tdsb.on.ca COST: Free A recruitment fair for pre-screened clients only, with representatives from 25 employers hiring for 300 positions. To enter the event, jobseekers will need a ticket (free) and the exact location, which they can only obtain after being pre-screened

for the positions offered. To be prescreened, visit http://CommunitySvcs. tdsb.on.ca Ballet Laughs: The Surprising Comic Side of a Classical Art WHEN: 1:30 p.m. WHERE: Temple Sinai Congregation of Toronto, 210 Wilson Ave. CONTACT: 416-4873281, www.templesinai.net, education@templesinai.net COST: $15 Romance, escapism, beauty, athleticism are ballet’s acknowledged fortes. But comedy? Surprisingly, there are more hilarious moments in ballet than you might expect. Call to register.

tory.org COST: Free The theme will be My Interesting Ancestor, with short presentations by branch members on a particularly intriguing ancestor they have come across in their family research.

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Chair Exercise for Seniors WHEN: 10 to 11 a.m. WHERE: Earl Bales Park Community Centre, 4169 Bathurst St. CONTACT: Eric Daw, 416-450-0892, Theomnifitt@gmail. com COST: Free

w Wednesday, June 26

Financial Literacy for Family Caregivers WHEN: 6:30 to 8 p.m. WHERE: Baycrest, Loftus Hall, 3560 Bathurst St. CONTACT: Sefra Tognon, 416635-2900, stognon@circleofcare.com COST: Free Seminar is delivered by JVS Toronto, Part 1 today, Part 2 July 10. RSVP to Patricia Wendy at 416-635-2900, ext. 499.

Seniors’ Moments: Pain and Stress Management WHEN: 10 a.m. to noon WHERE: St. George on Yonge Anglican, 5350 Yonge St. CONTACT: Anne Wynter, 416-225-1922, anne.dawson@rogers.com COST: Free Find out how to remove your pain and fear forever. All seniors welcome.

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Toronto Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society WHEN: 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. WHERE: North York Memorial Community Hall, 5110 Yonge St. CONTACT: 1-800-658-6497, www.torontofamilyhistory.org, info@torontofamilyhis-

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GATSBY GARDEN PARTY Sunday, June 23, Noon to 4 p.m.

∙ Live Jazz music and dance lessons ∙ 1920s costume contest ∙ Croquet ∙ Tours of the restored mansion ∙ Lemonade, hot dogs, ice cream available for purchase $5 per person (12 and under free)

Spadina Museum: Historic House & Gardens 285 Spadina Road 416-392-6910

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Shooting death at North York condo deemed a murder Byron Linares city’s 27th murder victim ANDREW PALAMARCHUK apalamarchuk@insidetoronto.com

The weekend shooting death of a 27-year-old man in a North York condo has been deemed a homicide. Byron Linares died of a single gunshot wound. Police are still trying to get in touch with the woman who made the initial 911 call. Police said they were called to Unit 909 at 35 Empress Ave. at 2:50 a.m. Sunday. Officers initially treated the death as a suicide because a gun was found beside the body. But police became suspicious when they received information about a car speeding away from the scene. In addition, the woman who called 911 hasn’t been identified and hasn’t come forward.

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Toronto police attend at the scene of a fatal shooting at 25 Empress Ave. on Sunday. Police have deemed the shooting of Byron Linares, 27 (left), a homicide.

The caller is asked to call Det. Scott Purches at 416-808-7000 as soon as possible. Linares is the city’s 27th

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Police extend Pixels for Pistols gun amnesty program More than 100 guns, 4,000 rounds of ammo surrendered CYNTHIA REASON creason@insidetoronto.com The Toronto Police Service has extended its Pixels for Pistols gun amnesty program until June 30. Originally slated to run until June 17, the gunsfor-cameras program was extended by nearly two weeks as a result of continued community interest – with more than 100 firearms and 4,000 rounds of ammunition turned over to police since June 3. “And we’re not done yet,” Deputy Chief Mark Saunders said Monday at a press conference announcing the Pixels for Pistols extension. “What we’re doing today is we’re launching another appeal and we’re hoping that members of the community

will be encouraged to bring any of the unwanted firearms that you may have in your possession to this program so that we can successfully destroy them.” Under the Pixels for Pistols program, all residents of Toronto who turn in a firearm to police will receive an Olympus digital camera and Henry’s Camera School of Imaging gift certificate – worth a total of $175. The process of surrendering your unwanted guns, Saunders said, is really “quite simple.” “All you have to do is contact Toronto police at 416-808-2222 and a police officer will arrive at your address and will take that firearm,” he said, cautioning the public against bringing their firearms in to a police

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The Pixels for Pistols gun amnesty program has been extended until June 30.

station or Henry’s store. “This program is designed primarily for those honest folks who have firearms legally but, for whatever reasons, no longer want to have those firearms in their

possession and are willing to render those firearms over to our amnesty program. By doing so, you will guarantee that that firearm will not get within the criminal element.” Of the more than 100 firearms so far surrendered to police since June 3, Bruce Finn, an officer with the integrated Gun and Gang Task Force, said some look to be army surplus or historical firearms brought back as souvenirs from the war (some dating back as far as the early 1900s), while others are non-restricted hunting rifles and shotguns. Like Saunders, Finn cautioned residents against keeping such guns in their possession unless safely stored. “It’s very important to take advantage of this program,” he said at Monday’s press conference. “Even if people want to keep them as a family heirloom – whether a grandfather has brought it back or

owned it – sometimes (these firearms) unexpectedly they get misplaced or lost during a move, and then they could possibly turn up in a crime scene. Let’s just get them off

the street, out of the way, and not have it tracked back to you.”

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How the Pixels for Pistols program works If you have an unwanted gun you’d like to surrender to Toronto police for safe disposal, call 416-808-2222 between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. before June 30 to be eligible for the Pixels for Pistols program. Please note: firearms CANNOT be brought into any police facility and CANNOT be exchanged at any Henry’s location. Those who participate in the gun amnesty program and turn in an operational gun will receive an Olympus VG-160 PLUS

point and shoot camera, plus a School of Imaging gift card – for a total retail value of $175. The “reward card” may then be redeemed at one of the following four Henry’s locations: w Thornhill, 330 Steeles Ave. W., 905-886-1020 w Mississauga, 5027 Hurontario St., 905-5681922 w Scarborough, Kennedy Commons Mall, 11 William Kitchen Rd., 416-298-2021 w Toronto Superstore, 119 Church Street, 416-8680872

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Time for Ford to at least get a driver

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or years, Doug Ford has been saying that his brother Mayor Rob Ford needs a bodyguard. The events of last weekend, in which Mayor Ford was doused with a frozen drink at a public event, might be considered supporting evidence for that idea. One shouldn’t take such a dousing too lightly. As a 27-year-old yoga instructor has learned to her peril, allegedly tossing a drink in a gentleman’s face fits within the legal definition of criminal assault. The cup could as easily have been filled with a more harmful substance – or it could have been a knife, or a gun. It wasn’t this time. And the mayor and his nonsecurity staff reportedly proved more than capable of chasing the woman down, apprehending her and turning her over to the criminal justice system. It’s understandable that the mayor might have

david nickle the city been reluctant to include an actual bodyguard on his staff until now. It paints an unfriendly picture of a mayor who prides himself on personally dealing with constituents’ problems. But the time might have come to reconsider that. During his recent troubles, the mayor has availed himself of city hall security – the department that is on hand to look out for the security of City Hall itself and the safety of the public – to ensure his own comfort and safety as he moves about the building. And while so far he’s been hit by nothing worse than a frozen beverage and impertinent questions, it would be fair to suppose that he’s raised more ire than your typical mayor. Still, a bodyguard added to Mayor Ford’s staff might be more than he needs.

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One addition that might be helpful, however, would be another one that his brother Doug, as well as his deputy mayor Doug Holyday have also been suggesting for many years: a driver. They raised that matter most vociferously in 2012, when Mayor Ford was photographed reading speaking notes while driving along the Gardiner Expressway. If he’d had a driver then, Mayor Ford could have studied his notes riding shotgun. A driver might also be helpful on some of the mayor’s other issues — specifically, his frequent tardiness when attending public events. And a driver might also provide the level of protection that our mayor demonstrably needs, while being prepared for various emergencies, medical and otherwise, to lend a hand.

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Memories made around a camp fire, challenges met on a canoe trip and friendships forged in a shared cabin; these are the experiences that stay with a girl for life www.ywcatoronto.org/camptapawingo Contact Liz Greenway,Camp Director lgreenway@ywcatoronto.org

David Nickle is The Mirror’s city hall reporter. His column runs every Thursday.

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At the top 3/4A boys rugby championships in Ottawa, 10th ranked Senator O’Connor College School loses a close opening round game 24-19 to seventhranked Medway from London and then bows out of the tournament with a 12-0 loss to second ranked Lorne Park Secondary School from Mississauga.

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At the 3A girls soccer championships in Windsor, Senator O’Connor CS didn’t make it out of their preliminary pool with a record of two ties and two losses. At the 1A girls soccer championships in Sudbury, E.S. Etienne-Brulé did not make it out of their preliminary pool with two losses and one tie.

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North York hosted the provincial high school tennis championships at York University’s Rexall Centre June 3 to 5 and had a number of its athletes reach the medal games. Athletes compete in either of two levels – ‘open’ for provincial and national level players and ‘high school’ for recreational level players. Each of those two levels, in turn, feature

five categories – men’s and women’s singles and doubles and mixed doubles. Here are the highlights for North York schools: • GIRLS DOUBLES (open) Bronze medal game: Paulina Zakaeva and Claire McGuivney from Loretto Abbey Catholic Secondary School lose 8-2 to Sofia Miller and Veronika Georgeff from Malvern Collegiate. • MIXED DOUBLES (open) Gold medal game: Louise Kwan and John Kwan from Earl Haig Secondary School win 8-0 over Stefan and Katerina Trinic from A. N. Myer SS in Niagara Falls. • B OY S D O U B L E S (high school) Gold medal game: Callum Scott and Jonathan Keilhauer from Bayview Glen School win 8-4 over James Gibbard-McCall and Tommy Hunter from Lawrence Park Collegiate. For scores of the games and complete draw results, visit http://ofsaa.on.ca/ tennis

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Azonwanna from James Cardinal McGuigan CSS in senior boys 100m, William Christodoulou from Crescent School in senior boys javelin and Philip Di Vizio from W.L. MacKenzie CI in midget boys 100m hurdles. Here are all the medal winners from North York high schools • MIDGET GIRLS 100m: 2, Rachel Springer, St. Joseph Morrow Park (12.37); 200m: 3, Rachel Springer, St. Joseph Morrow Park (26.01); 800m: 2, Lucia Stafford, Toronto French School (2:14.01); Long jump: 2, Rachel Springer, St. Joseph Morrow Park (5.11m).

• JUNIOR BOYS Shot put: 2, Matthew Rosati, Chaminade College (16.68m). • SENIOR BOYS 100m: 1, Andre FordAzonwanna, J. Card McGuigan (10.43); 800m: 3, Elijah Silva, Brebeuf College (1:52.17); 1500m: 1, Elijah Silva, Brebeuf College (3:52.38); Javelin: 1, William Christodoulou, Crescent School (56.47m).

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Elementary school soccer: TDSB roundup The Cosburn Middle School girls Grade 6 soccer team not only won their Toronto District School Board (TDSB) championship in the top division one – they did it without allowing a single goal all year. The East York school won the championship game earlier this month 1-0 in sudden death overtime at Eglinton Flats, over Bedford Park Public School from north Toronto. The East York team scored the ‘golden goal’ two minutes into the extra frame. ALSO TOPS wDIEFENBAKER

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RESULTS: Boys, girls divisions wCITY Here are complete results from this month’s TDSB elementary school soccer championships: BOYS GRADE 7/8 DIVISION ONE: Glenview (midtown) 2, CR Marchant (York) 1, in overtime penalty kicks DIVISION TWO: JG Diefenbaker (Scarborough) 2, Lambton-Kingsway (Etobicoke) 1

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GARAGE SALE

Saturday, June 22nd

9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

172 Pannahill Rd.

(Allen N./ Finch) Furniture, housewares & clothes. All offers considered.

SUPER SPRING CLEANING GARAGE SALE!

Housewares (brand-new), books, clothing and more!

Sat, June 22 10am - 3pm 11 Culford Rd STREET SALE Linelle Street (Yonge/ 401 area).

Sat., June 22, 8am-2pm.

Lots of great items. Something for everyone! Raindate: 23rd.

MOVING SALE 26 Bamber Court (Lawrence/ Underhill)

and STREET / GARAGE SALE Sat., June 22 8am-2pm Something for everyone


Let friends & family share in the details! Call

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Masonry & Concrete

ELECTRICIAN Wiring, trouble shooting, plugs. Fridge, stove, washer repairs. Service upgrades. 24 hours

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ROOFING

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Since 1967!

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WINDOW COVERINGS 2” Horizontal Blinds 20 years exp. Custom Drapes - All Repairs.

HARDWOOD FLOOR Specialists. Installations, Resanding, Stains. For estimate call Jim 416-284-6243 or 416-561-9502

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WATERPROOFING

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TREE/STUMP SERVICES GTA TREE SERVICE

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