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ANDREW PALAMARCHUK apalamarchuk@insidetoronto.com Police have released photos of the bicycles that three suspects used in a double murder at a North York townhouse complex last month. O’She Doyles-Whyte, 16, and Kwame Duodu, 15, were gunned down at the complex, near Grandravine Drive and Driftwood Avenue, at 1:30 p.m. Aug. 23. The suspects fled the scene on bikes but discarded them in a park nearby. Police want to locate the “lawful owners” of the bikes. Police are also appealing for help in identifying anyone who may have been riding them on the days leading up to the murders. “If you have a child who may have been operating one of these bikes, I certainly appeal to you to contact me,” Det. Sgt. Terry Browne said. Police believe only one of the

suspects was the shooter. “There’s been a lot of community chat about this homicide, and what is consistent is that the person responsible, their name is being called out over and over,” Browne said at a news conference yesterday. “This provides us with a direction on where to focus our investigation. However, to be able to advance this investigation and ultimately be in a position to arrest and charge those involved, we require community participation.” Browne called the victims innocent bystanders. “They were just young boys that were out enjoying a summer’s day,” he added. Anyone with information is asked to call the homicide squad at 416808-7400 or Crime Stoppers at 416222-TIPS (8477).

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A man has been charged with firstdegree murder in connection with the death of a 72-year-old sex trade worker. Janina Wrigglesworth, who also used the names Playful Tina or Linda, was found dead in her apartment at 5754 Yonge St. after emergency crews responded to a fire there at 1:15 p.m. July 13. The death was later ruled a homicide. Investigators have obtained telephone records of the business line Wrigglesworth used and ask anyone who contacted “Playful Tina” or “Linda” between July 6 and 13 to call the homicide squad. “We would prefer that contact is initiated by these individuals,” Det. Sgt. Terry Browne told reporters during a news conference yesterday. Police also want to speak to any sex trade worker who was the victim of an “unreported incident” in the last few months.

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North York wrestler eyes Tokyo Games Kwinter North York’s Alec McNeil didn’t let a pesky shoulder injury hamper his plans at the Canada Summer Games late last month. McNeil, a Newtonbrook Secondary School graduate, helped underdog Team Ontario to a gold medal while grappling his way to two individual gold medals at the Games, held in Sherbrooke, Quebec this year. The 17-year-old Willowdale resident, whose father Callum McNeil wrestled in 1992 for Great Britain at the Barcelona Olympic Games, has been battling a partially dislocated shoulder injury for the last 18 months. The injury restricted his training regimen for the majority of that time. “I was out for most of the summer because of it, so there was a lot of cancelled events, which set me back a bit,” he said. “I couldn’t really spar so I had to do a lot of running to get in shape.” A week prior to the Games competition he began sparring again and “tweaked” the shoulder

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once again. “We didn’t think he was going to be able to compete,” said his mother, Renee McNeil. It was turning out to be a memorable summer for all the wrong reasons for McNeil, whose high school wrestling program was cancelled last school

greeting ‘card’ kiwanis donation: Joe Dandele, president of the Kiwanis Club of Toronto Foundation, signs a cheque for $50,000 that was presented to the Community Association for Riding for the Disabled (CARD) yesterday. CARD is a recipient of the Kiwanis’ 2013 Community Achievement Award. Councillor Karen Stintz, also pictured, was on the selection committee for the award. CARD helps improve the lives of children and adults with disabilities through therapeutic riding programs, with are offered year-round in G. Ross Lord Park in North York. Staff photo/Nick Perry

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year – which meant his school would not take part in the OFSSAA provincial championships – “due to the political climate with the teachers at the time,” she said. “I understand (the teachers’ perspective), but the kids didn’t get any extra-curricular. That hurt.

Alec was pegged to win OFSAA in his weight class. That would’ve been a big deal for him.” The 6-foot-1, 150-pound McNeil did, however, win the club provincial championships, which qualified him for the national championships. He finished second at the nationals, but was “devastated” because he was favoured to win his division. Following the Nationals for McNeil was the Canada Games Trials. “He had to wrestle the same boy he wrestled at the Nationals and he had to beat him to qualify (for the Canada Games),” said Renee. “We said you got to shake it off and get your head in to the right place and win the Trials.” McNeil, who started wrestling just four years ago, did manage to redeem himself at the qualification trials finishing with a gold medal, marking a bittersweet turning point to the season and paving the way to a subsequent double gold medal showing at the Canada Games. Because the sport has been dropped from

the Olympics for 2016, McNeil, best case scenario, will have to wait until 2020 to follow in his father’s Olympic footsteps. The International Olympic Committee announced this week it has opted to reinstate the sport in the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, welcome news for the North York native. It may be seven years away, but McNeil is gunning for a spot on that 2020 Canadian squad. “I would have to win the Senior Nationals and Olympic Trails in 2016 to get there though,” he explained. Phillip Le, who attends William Lyon Mackenzie C.I., and Pickering’s Dillion Williams also represent Team Impact and won gold medals at the Canada Games in the 63-kg class and 58-kg class, respectively. Jamal Henry, a Scarborough native who attends West Hill Collegiate, closed out the Games with a personal bronze medal in the 46-kg category.

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CLARK KIM ckim@insidetoronto.com York Centre MPP Monte Kwinter will be asking all MPPs next week to oppose any legislation in Ontario that restricts people’s freedom of expression and religion in public places. In response to the province of Quebec’s proposed controversial charter of values, Kwinter introduced the motion this week in Ontario Legislature to reaffirm the province’s commitment to religious freedom. “I want to make sure people here understand that we in Ontario treasure our diversity,” said the North York Liberal MPP, who represents the riding of York Centre. The charter proposed by the Parti Quebecois would ban public employees, including police, doctors, nurses, bureaucrats Be a part of the and discussion. Visit teachthis story on our ers, website and share from your thoughts in wearthe comments ing relisection. gious symbols  insidetoronto.com at work to reinforce the state’s religious neutrality. That would include outlawing turbans, hijabs, kippas and crucifixes. Kwinter said Ontarians embrace diversity, noting landed immigrants and newcomers contribute positively to the Ontario’s economy and way of life. “It’s a statement of principle for us,” said Kwinter, who expects the NDP and the Progressive Conservatives to support the motion when it’s debated next Thursday. “Once you get outside of Canada, we just don’t want what’s happening in Quebec deemed as what’s happening across Canada.”

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usinesses in Toronto – big and small – help make our city the economic force it is. They create jobs, they pay taxes and they provide services and create products we need. We’d suggest there’s another goal local businesses should make a top priority: to give back to the community they serve. Business owners and their employees are part of our neighbourhoods just as much as anyone else – in fact, they hold a position of influence that should be used to set an example by spreading goodwill. In recent editions we’ve helped share the stories of some businesses already leading the way. Bloor West entrepreneur and 1-800-RID-OF-IT president Rick Crawford rolled up his sleeves this week to help clean garbage from the Humber River. He saw a need and made use of his expertise – providing the trucks, staff and equipour view ment from his national rubbish removal company to clean one of Does your our city’s waterways. Etobicoke-based ShredEX recently workplace held a charity paper shredding event give back? where companies were invited to pay a nominal fee to shred papers and the proceeds went to a local crisis centre. And in Scarborough, Rouge Valley Mitsubishi held a charity test drive event and raised more than $1,200 for the East Scarborough Boys and Girls Club. There are plenty of non-profits and local community groups in need of help. Encourage employees to participate in one of the many charity walks that take place throughout the year. Or form a company team and pitch in on a Habitat for Humanity build. This can be a win for everyone, but also a teambuilding exercise and a way to instill pride in the company and confidence in its mandate. Even adding a charity element to a new office opening or anniversary can make a difference. North York’s Royal LePage Partners celebrated a 100th birthday this year with a barbecue and fundraiser for the North York Women’s Shelter. It’s the completely selfless actions that inspire further good works. If your business is going above and beyond, let us help spread that good influence. The Mirror’s Urban Hero Awards is underway and we’re seeking nominations in all categories – including the business category. Visit www.urbanheroes.ca Contact our newsroom at nym@insidetoronto. com with details about what you’re doing and we may consider it for a future news story.

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ow that most of the key players have switched positions, and we found out that the impossible can be done, Scarborough residents have the luxury of an alternative, fully funded, rapid transit extension from Kennedy station. With any luck, one of them, a subway or light rapid transit, will get built. Last week, the province announced that it had designed a subway extension from Kennedy station, using the current Scarborough Rapid Transit route, and ending at Scarborough Town Centre. Since the province is willing to re-allocate budgets, the subway extension is fully funded, as was the illfated Light Rapid Transit option. This is good news, right? Up to a point. First and foremost, it demonstrates what polls show: among those likely to vote in Scarborough, subways are popular. This

david soknacki beyond the headlines is a different proposition than building a system based on cost, service or need. Secondly, it proves that the province is in charge. Despite a premier who touts conversations and consultations, the announcement says very clearly that the Queen’s Park is prepared to do what it takes to get action on critical matters, especially when seats in the legislature are at stake. Third, it shines a sharp light on problems at council and the TTC. Toronto’s transit commissioners and its many staff could have implemented the same proposal with the same funds years ago. They flipped. They flopped. They dithered. They decided nothing could be achieved with the funds available.

It took the provincial transit agency to show what could be done. These three factors have put a very different dynamic into transit planning. Although details of the proposal require city approval, it is obvious that the province will not tolerate a veto from the municipality. TTC staff, its commissioners and council have the choice of either finding a face-saving solution to approve the new plan, or to sink into irrelevance. Once the squabbling subsides and construction begins, it will be useful to reflect on our new world of building transit. Over at the TTC offices and Toronto City Hall there must be servers and bookshelves full of meaningless plans. But as well, there are two lines that either are being built, or are likely to be under construction. The difference lies in

Councillors prefer pushing transit investment to Queen’s Park rather than facing taxpayers.

the need for provincial involvement. As council proved by its inability to raise additional taxes for transit, councillors prefer pushing transit investment to Queen’s Park rather than facing taxpayers. In turn, the province’s consideration turns not on a project’s technical justification, but from a calculation of political advantage. It’s how we are building the Spadina subway extension and the basis for the Scarborough extension. While it isn’t the best way to create rapid transit, it beats doing nothing at all.

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Yom Kippur WHEN: 2 p.m. WHERE: Temple Sinai Congregation of Toronto, 210 Wilson Ave. CONTACT: 416-4874161, www.templesinai.net, office@ templesinai.net COST: Free Yom Kippur Tot Service at 3 p.m. for children five and under; family service at 4 p.m. Seneca Sting Women’s & Men’s Soccer Home Openers WHEN: 2 and 4:15 p.m. WHERE: Newnham Campus, 1750 Finch Ave. E. CONTACT: Ryan Phipps, 416-4915050, ext. 22346, ryan.phipps@ senecacollege.ca COST: Free 106 & York Urban Arts Festival

Welcome Club II Bridge Group WHEN: 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 WHERE: Willowdale United Church, 349 Kenneth Ave. CONTACT: Lina Posa, 416-225-2309, willowdaleunited@ bellnet.ca COST: 2/weekly

Intro To Humanistic Judaism WHEN: 10 a.m. to noon WHERE: St. Andrew’s Jr. High School, 131 Fenn Ave. CONTACT: Roby Sadler, 416-385-3910, roby@oraynu.org COST: Free

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WHEN: 5 p.m. WHERE: York Woods Library Theatre, 1785 Finch Ave. W. CONTACT: 647-330-9884, 106andYork@gmail.com COST: $10 Fresh faces, live instrumentation, a fashion show and a reunion performance by dance crew Rated Inc. Admission $5 with a non-perishable food item.

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Terry Fox Run at Wilket Creek Park WHEN: 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. WHERE: Wilket Creek Park, 1121 Leslie St. CONTACT: amy.brown@ fourseasons.com Black Creek Community Farm Volunteers WHEN: Noon to 3 p.m. WHERE: Black Creek Community Farm, 4929

Middlemarch: Great Books Series WHEN: 2 to 4 p.m. WHERE: Barbara Frum Library, 20 Covington Rd. CONTACT: 416-395-5440 COST: Free Speaker: Deborah Heller, York University. Call to register.

Seneca Sting Women’s Fastball WHEN: 10:30 a.m. to 12:29 p.m. WHERE: Seneca College’s Newnham Campus, 1750 Finch Ave. E. CONTACT: Ryan Phipps, 416-491-5050, ext. 22346, Ryan.Phipps@senecacollege.ca COST: Free Home opener against St. Clair Saints.

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Ai WeiWei WHEN: 7 to 8 p.m. WHERE: North York Central Library Concourse, 5120 Yonge St. CONTACT: Elizabeth, 416395-5639 COST: Free Yi Gu, art historian, University of Toronto, discusses one of Asia’s most prolific, provocative and significant artists today. Call to register.

York Lions Women’s Soccer vs. UOIT Ridgebacks WHEN: 1 to 3 p.m. WHERE: York Stadium, 4700 Keele St. CONTACT: Kim Mathoney, mathoney@ yorku.ca, yorkulions.ca COST: Free Men’s team plays at 3:15 p.m.

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Catholic board’s new director hits the ground running Angela Gauthier endorsed by board of trustees to replace Bruce Rodrigues CLARK KIM ckim@insidetoronto.com As the buzz of students returned to schools last week, Angela Gauthier has already hit the ground running. T h e n e w d i re c t o r o f education for the Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) officially replaced Bruce Rodrigues Aug. 1 after he was selected as the CEO of the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO) for the province. “It’s been crazy busy,” Gauthier said in an interview with The North York Mirror before the school year began. She attended a Focus on

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the city will be necessary to help disadvantaged students in every school. That will mean getting involved beyond the school walls, reaching out to community stakeholders such as daycares and police as well as parent councils for their input. “We want our neighbours to know that we’re there,” said Gauthier, adding that Catholic schools should be a positive presence within the community. With the school year now underway, Gauthier emphasized the importance of shared leadership and collective responsibility with her staff. They’ll also be out in the schools more often to connect with the students and to understand better what’s good for their education. “It’s good for us to have that constant reminder,” she said. “It’s going to be fun.”

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Baytree residents oppose high-end townhomes >>>from page 1 high-end amenities and would set the bar high for future development along Bayview, which is beginning to evolve from its traditional exclusive history of singlefamily homes, he said. But it’s the changing face of the community that the residents find threatening. Developers are “circling

like vultures” to see if councillors approve the Baytree development so they can get in line to propose similar projects, resident Malcolm David Silver said. Meredith Silver agreed. “Developers should not be allowed to deprive us of the enjoyment of our home,” she said. However, the city could

have a difficult time preventing townhouses along Bayview because the Ontario Municipal Board approved a 20-unit townhouse development at 2425 Bayview between York Mills and Lawrence Avenue in 2006 and an eight-unit townhouse development at 2500 Bayview south of York Mills in 2010, according to a plan-

ning report to council. that would change if the Baytree is a well-to-do cul development is approved. de sac with no sidewalks, Susan Meyer said approving the development would made up of a handful of single-family estate homes change the neighbourhood on large lots. and amount to bad planIn addition to changing ning. the character of their neighWhile the residents’ lawyer bourhood and opening the Stephany Mandin said the door to similar projects, development is beautifully designed and would be an residents are worried the asset in another neighbourdevelopment will add to hood, she argued it could existing traffic concerns, create unwanted on-street do “adverse and irreparable parking and drive away birds damage” on Baytree. and wildlife. However, Ed Glina urged The development “will councillors to approve the create chaos in this project, arguing some neighbourhood,” Be a part of the residents had John Bacher said. discussion. Visit once opposed Others agreed. this story on our Sari Merson called a synagogue to website and share the north. the development your thoughts in inappropriate. The singlethe comments “We are counting family home section. on you (councillors) at 6 Baytree to protect our enviwill be a buffer ronment and our  insidetoronto.com between the neighbourhood,” townhouses and other homes on the she said. How i e Me y e r c a l l e d street, he said. Baytree a “hidden treasure” “I’m very much in favour

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Memorial mural for fallen Canadian soldiers vandalized ANDREW PALAMARCHUK apalamarchuk@insidetoronto.com

Members of Toronto’s graffiti community turned against two of their own after a memorial mural for fallen Canadian soldiers was vandalized. The “Highway of Heroes” mural, located in the laneway at the rear of the Coroner’s Building near Yonge and College streets, was designed by five teens from the Flemingdon neighbourhood in the summer of 2010. Toronto Police Const. Scott Mills and graffiti artist Jessey Pacho oversaw the project. “It was a message of respect for fallen soldiers and their families and it was a cry for world peace,” Mills said of the mural. Last Friday afternoon, Mills was walking by the mural and noticed it had been defaced. “It pretty much brought me to tears,” he said. “This is a complete disrespect to all those who’ve served and

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Jessey Pacho, right, and Toronto police Const. Scott Mills examine the damage done to a mural that Pacho helped create during the summer of 2010 on St. Luke Lane between Grenville and Grosvenor streets. The art work was vandalized last week.

protected our country and paid the ultimate sacrifice.” Mills said he has a good idea of who the vandals are.

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means and they won’t stand for this.” The vandals could face a criminal charge of mischief. “I’m hoping that when they are located that I will get the opportunity to speak with

them directly and just find out what was going through their mind when they did this,” Mills said. “Let’s change some minds here, let’s do some educating and let’s make sure this never happens again.” Mills noted he’s also open to the idea of getting the vandals involved in restoring the mural. Pacho said he’s working on a new design for it. He and a friend plan to paint the new mural on Sept. 20 and 21. Pacho had this message to the vandals: “Learn the rules before you get into the game. You’re never supposed to go over a dedication piece.” The mural is located at the end of the Highway of Heroes route fallen soldiers take after being flown to Canadian Forces Base Trenton. “This is one of the last things that the families will see before the body enters the coroner’s office, so it’s really a way to honour our fallen troops and something positive for the families to put them at ease,” Pacho said. The original mural took one month to design and

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This is a complete disrespect to all those who’ve served and protected our country and paid the ultimate sacrifice. – Const. Scott Mills

paint and was funded by Flemingdon Neighbourhood Services. “It had a dove in it. The wings of the dove was in the shape of a Canadian Flag,” Mills said. “It had citizens, police officers and soldiers all together saluting on bridges like they do on the Highway of Heroes.” The mural also contained poppies and the words “Highway of Heroes.” Police believe the vandalism took place Aug. 5 or 6. “We’re going to repair this mural and make it bigger and better,” said Mills. “This is much more than just a mural on a wall in Toronto. This is about the lives that people have given for freedom in our country and in our world.”

Language classes for kids Pa re n t s o f Ca t h o l i c elementary students are invited to enrol their children in the Toronto Catholic District School Board’s International Language Instruction program. All of the two-anda-half-hour classes are offered after regular school hours, usually on weekends from 9:30 a.m. to noon, from Sept. 14 to

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attention to the changes. “That fee and the extra cost can mean the difference Changes to the Temporary between a promoter making Foreign Worker program in that tiny bit of profit that keeps Canada, which slaps on fees that person in business or for some visiting international going broke,” Cash said. musicians, are endangering These changes also affect the local live music industry, local performers, Cash said, who might share a bill with according to local promoters an international artist. and politicians. New regulations mean any Cash is calling on the federal venue where music government to is not the primary reverse the fee, Be a part of the business must pay so the music, discussion. Visit a $275 application arts and culture this story on our fee per musician scene can be website and share and crew member nurtured. your thoughts in when it applies for “A lot of prothe comments a Labour Market moters do this section. Opinion (LMO) to work on marallow them to per-  http://bit.ly/189quWa ginal profits form and work at because they the venue. love it,” Cash said. “And we An additional $150 work reap the benefits, as a commupermit must also be paid per nity, for the incredible amount of hard work and effort that musician and crew member. Davenport MP Andrew Cash these small business people was joined by music industry put into this scene.” representatives, small busiAccording to Alexandra ness owners and music fans at Fortier from the Office of the the Lula Lounge last Thursday Minister of Employment and at a media conference to call Social Development, LMOs are

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Davenport MP Andrew Cash, right of centre, was at the Lula Lounge for a media conference aimed at calling attention to changes to the Temporary Foreign Worker program in Canada. The boxes represent a petition calling on the government to cancel a fee hike on visiting international musicians.

designed to ensure employers look to hire Canadians first before hiring temporary foreign workers. “ The Labour Market Opinion fee applies to any and all employers, in all industries and sectors and in all parts

of the country, who require a labour market opinion to bring in temporary foreign workers and it simply covers the cost of processing the application from employers,” Fortier said in a statement emailed to The Guardian.

“The reasoning behind the fee is simple – taxpayers shouldn’t pay the cost for employers to bring in temporary foreign workers. Previously taxpayers were paying the entire processing cost.” It has long been the case that booking agents, promoters and venue owners are required to obtain an LMO to hire international artists to perform in bars and restaurants in Canada. According to Fortier, when international artists are being booked by a promoter or booking agent to play at several bar and/or restaurant venues across Canada, they are only required to pay the LMO fee once. Tracy Jenkins, manager of the Lula Lounge, said that venue focuses on presenting diverse music and has international artists playing there frequently, often in collaboration with local artists. “We work with local musicians to create collaborative projects where we invite international artists to come here,

spend some time, work with local musicians often in a mentoring position, do workshops and then present a concert at the end,” Jenkins said. “With this new fee, it will make that kind of project almost impossible to do.” It will also affect young people who work at small venues, according to Marion Lewis, a co-creator of Canada’s first artist-run centre, known as A Space. Given a lack of employment opportunities, many young people end up with part-time work in the arts, entertainment and service industries, which will be hit by the fees, she said. Carlyle Doherty, an independent promoter from Waterloo, started a petition at change.org/canada4music that demands the government cancel their fee hike on live music. It has garnered more than 100,000 signatures inside a week from people across the globe, Doherty said.

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Councillors critical of city staff vacancies linked to cost savings City sees $38-million surplus due to leaving jobs unfilled DAVID NICKLE dnickle@insidetoronto.com

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So far, the city has saved $38 million in its various departments and agencies by Toronto’s budget surplus of leaving vacancies unfilled. $57 million will likely grow That amount will likely to $100 million by the end of go down by the end of the 2013, but in the meantime, year, as the city struggles the city’s management is to hire staff and replenish ser vices. But struggling to fill Be a part of the councillors at 2,500 city staff the Sept. 4 meetvacancies that discussion. Visit some councillors ing of Toronto’s this story on our say is affecting budget commitwebsite and share tee expressed front-line seryour thoughts in vices. frustration that the comments The vacancies city departments section. are highest in had been meetplanning, public  http://bit.ly/15OSYVb ing their budget health and infortargets primarily mation technology positions by not hiring. but are across the board, a Pa r k d a l e - H i g h Pa r k result of ongoing cost-saving Co u n c i l l o r G o rd Pe rk s efforts by the city. accused city staff of ignoring

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1488 Lawrence Ave. East Victoria Terrace Plaza 416-752-4664 • 416-750-4043 Weekday 10-6, Thursday 10-8, Saturday 10-3, Sunday 12-5

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Careers

Careers

Careers

JOB POSTING Job Title: Full Time Verification & Customer Support Representative Department: Toronto Community News Circulation Job Summary: The Verification & Customer Support Representative is responsible for ensuring that all customer concerns through phone, email or otherwise are professionally handled and logged following the policies and procedures laid out in the Circulation Department. You will also be responsible for data entry and tracking entries made into our system as directed by the policies and procedures and by your manager. Position Accountabilities: • The Verification team handles a high volume of calls relating to customer issues and general inquiries • Outgoing calls are made to ensure that proper receipt of all products have been made in a timely and secured manner. • From receipt of a customer concern, each member of the team must take ownership of the call to ensure the issue has been fully resolved in a professional and expedient manner by resolving the issue personally or ensuring the appropriate party has resolved the concern to provide excellent service to our customers • Data entry into the internal Inca system • Various duties as assigned by the Team Lead What we are looking for: • Energetic and professional customer service professional • Experience in a customer service role is an asset • Excellent phone manners are essential • Ability to work and make decisions in a fast-paced, deadline driven environment • Ability to effectively listen and react with a solution • Strong interpersonal and communication skills with a positive attitude • Strong organizational skills with the ability to multi-task • Proficiency in MS office

Please email your resume to: gceresoli@insidetoronto.com Sales Opportunities

Sales Opportunities

GREAT JOB OPPORTUNITY

Outbound B2B Telephone Sales Representative. State of the art work environment. $11/hr Guaranteed. We are looking for experienced outbound telephone sales representatives to sell promotional products. One week classroom training. Must be computer literate. Must speak and write English. Work Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Located @ Keele & Lawrence E-mail resume to janm@comda.com

Birthdays

Birthdays

Happy 1st Birthday to our sweet baby boy Ryan Pierce Petrungaro! We love you so much! Mommy & Daddy, Nana & Grampie, Grammy & Nonno, all of your Aunties and Uncles, and cousins Connor and Ashlyn Xo

Want to get your business noticed? Call 416-798-7284 to plan your advertising campaign today!

Technical/ Skilled Trades PLASTIPAK- ETOBICOKE Printing Technician All Shifts (24/7) Setup & change mandrels, plates, blankets of machines; make other adjustments Strong mechanical & troubleshooting skills; supervisory experience; distinguish fine differences between colours; production, quality, & safety responsibilities; physically fit Fax: 416-744-2464 E-mail: debbie.smyth@ plastipak.ca

Restaurants/ Hospitality

SENIOR CHARGE NURSE (R.N.) North York 76 bed Retirement Home. Direct patient care and supervision. Experience with Memory Care. Send resume: 2care4 seniors@gmail.com Domestic Help Available CASA LINDA. Many years of experience. Personal touch for complete house cleaning. Call Julia 416-745-5684. A-1 MAID Service. Clean Houses, Condos. Experienced Cleaners. Bonded, Insured, Low Cost. Call 4 1 6 - 7 4 2 - 0 0 8 2 www.a1maids.ca

Careers

Careers

Careers

Looking for a Great Part-Time Job? BECOME A SCHOOL BUS DRIVER Free training provided! Our part-time schedules work well for semi-retirees, the self-employed, or anyone who would like evenings, weekends, and summers off. Apply now; we have bus routes in every part of Toronto! Apply Online: under “Join Our Team” tab

www.stocktransportation.com Or Apply by Email: send your Resume to rachell@stocktransportation.com

Or Apply by Phone: (best time to reach us is between 10am to 1pm) Toronto West (West of Yonge Street) - 416-244-5341 ext 61974 Toronto Central (Between Yonge & 404/DVP) - 416-757-0565 ext 61924 Toronto East (East of Hwy404/DVP) - 416-754-4949 ext 61415 Toll-free Recruiting Line - 1-877-233-4045 Or Apply in Person: Call for our address and then come by to meet us!

*Must be at least 21 years of age, have a valid A,B,C,D,E,F, or full G licence, and must be proficient in English

Tutoring

Tutoring

MATH & SCIENCE TUTORING www.mostly-math.com One-on-one tutoring with excellent tutors in a highly regarded establishment in the Bayview and Sheppard area. Grades 6-12, AP, IB, University & College Standardized Test Prep: SAT, ACT, SSAT •No minimum number of hours •No contracts •No advance payments required

Call to schedule an appointment:

416-502-1717

Domestic Help Available ABSOLUTELY BEST cleaning ladies available. Honest & hard working, attention to detail, insured/ bonded. Also provide elderly/ child care. 416-897-6782.

Business Opportunities

Business Opportunities PAID IN ADVANCE! MAKE $1000 A WEEK mailing brochures from home! Helping HomeWorkers since 2001. Genuine Opportunity! No experience required. Start Immediately! www. working-central.com

Mortgages/Loans

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Novenas/ Card of Thanks SAINT JUDE, glorious apostle, faithful servant and friend of Jesus, the Church honors and invokes thee universally as the PATRON of helpless cases and of things despaired of. Pray for me who am so miserable. Make use, I implore thee to bring visible and speedy help where help was almost despaired of. Come to my assistance that I may receive the grace of God in all my difficulties and sufferings and in particular...(state request). May I bless God with thee and all the elect and attain life eternal. I promise thee as my special patron and will do all in my power to encourage devotion to thee and have thee known as patron of helpless cases. Amen. Thank you St. Jude, for favors granted. J.Z.N.

Astrology/Psychics TRUE PSYCHICS For Answers, CALL NOW 24/7 Toll FREE 1-877-342-3032 Mobile: #4486 www.truepsychics.ca

Legals

Legals

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE ANGUILLA CIRCUIT (DIVORCE) A.D.2013 CLAIM NO. AXA HMT 2012/0001 BETWEEN: KENDON OLIVER CONNOR Applicant/ Petitioner -andABBA SHAWNDELL DANIEL Respondent TO: ABBA SHAWNDELL DANIEL last heard of at 1116-500 Ross Parkway, North York, Ontario, Canada. NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that a petition for divorce has been filed in the High Court by KENDON OLIVER CONNOR of North Side, in the island of Anguilla, British West Indies. Subsequent Order for Substituted Service by publication in a newspaper gives you 28 (twenty eight) days in which to enter appearance to the Suit. For Further information you may contact Alex Richardson and Associates, The Valley Anguilla, B.W.I at 1-264-498-4224; fax 1-264-498-4220; email arichardson@ anguillanet.com Solicitors for the Petitioner. The address of the High Court is The High Court, The Valley, Anguilla, British West Indies at 264-497-3347; Fax 264-497-5420. Alex Richardson & Associates Solicitors for the Applicant/Petitioner

Articles for Sale

Home Renovations

HOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. Best Price, Best Quality. All Shapes & Colors Available. Call 1-866-652-6837 www.thecoverguy.com/ newspaper

AFFORDABLE HANDYMAN CONTRACTOR Carpentry, Electrical, Plumbing, Tiling, Drywall, Painting Bathrooms, Kitchens Basements, Counters, Closets, Flooring, Windows/Doors, Fences, Decks, Additions Lester 416-223-0226

BASEMENT RENOVATIONS, kitchen, bathroom, plumbing, electrical, stairs, floortiles, painting, fence, C a l l ing, deck. 15 years experi1 - 8 6 6 - 6 5 2 - 6 8 3 7 . ence. Reliable. Afw w w . t h e c o v e r - fordable. Call Benny guy.com/sale 647-292-7291 HOT TUB (SPA) Covers Best Price, Best Quality. All shapes & Colours Available.

General Help

JOB TITLE: Machine Operator BUSINESS UNIT: Toronto, Warehouse 175 Gordon Baker Rd. Toronto warehouse has immediate openings for the position of Machine Operator on the alphaliner machine. We are looking for energetic and motivated individuals who are available to work part-time and flexible shifts including possible weekend shift. WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR Position Requirements: • Basic equipment and tool maintenance training and /or related experience • Mechanical ability required for making minor repairs • Basic computer skills (MS word, MS excel) • Physically capable of lifting and carrying material up to a maximum of 35-40-lbs • Must have an excellent command of the English language (reading/speaking/writing) • Demonstrated basic numeracy Applicants can submit their resumes to psandhar@metroland.com no later than September 13, 2013 We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No telephone calls please.

Home Renovations BUILDER/ GENERAL CONTRACTORS RESIDENTIAL/ COMMERCIAL. Finished basements. Painting. Bathrooms. Ceramic tiles. Flat roofs. Leaking basements. Brick/chimney repairs. House additions 905-764-6667, 416-823-5120

CEILINGS repaired. Spray textures, plaster designs, stucco, drywall, paint. We fix them all! www.mrstucco.ca 416-242-8863

GARAGE SALES AVON INVENTORY SALE Saturday September 14th, 1:00pm - 5:00pm 187 Maxome Avenue (Cummer/Bayview) Everything up to 50% off regular price Come to see the new products for the Fall 15% Disc. for placing order at the Event JOIN AVON & receive a FREE Watch! 416-222-9982 / 647-299-2313 www.interavon.ca/feanny.xu Garages Sales

Garages Sales

Contents of the house 12 Flaxman Road

Moving Sale Sat., Sept. 14th 9am ~ 4pm 112 Lord Seton Road (Yonge/ 401 South) Well kept home items, kitchen accessories, books,clothing, shoes, purses, tools, decorative pictures, more.

(Weston / Sheppard area)

Saturday, September 14 9am~2pm

General Help

MOVING SALE

26 Bamber Court (Lawrence/ Underhill) Sat., Sept. 14th 9am-3pm. Craftmatic bed w/remote, Queen & single bed set, dressers, diningroom suite, 2 metal desks, treadmill, Make an offer!

Garages Sales ENTIRE HOME CONTENTS SALE 53 Saguenay Ave. (Bathurst/ Lawrence) Sun., Sept. 15th

9am- 3pm

Furniture, housewares, fine art & home decor. Visit www. sellmytreasures.ca to view pictures.

www.insidetoronto.com

Home Renovations DICK’S HOME Improvements. Reliable, experienced, top quality service. Renovate an entire home or room. Carpentry, plumbing, electrical, ceramic, painting...(416)816-6219, anytime.

Waste Removal ALWAYS CHEAPEST!

All Garbage Removal! Home/ Business. Fast Sameday! Free Estimates! Seniors Discounts. We do all Loading & Clean-ups! Lowest Prices. Call John: 416-457-2154 Seven days

PETER’S DEPENDABLE JUNK REMOVAL From home or business, including furniture/ appliances, construction waste. Quick & careful!

416-677-3818 Rock Bottom Rates! Plumbing

EMERGENCY? Clogged drain, camera inspection Leaky pipes Reasonable price, 25 years experience Licensed/ Insured credit card accepted Free estimate James Chen 647-519-9506


Masonry & Concrete

diversions

BRICK, BLOCK & NATURAL STONEWORK Chimneys, Tuck Pointing, Brick, Concrete Windowsills and Much More! For Free Estimate Call Peter: 647-333-0384 www. stardustconstruction .com

Moving & Storage

MOVING

From $40/hr Local, Long Distance Packing Service FREE Boxes FREE Storage Junk Removal Insured All sized trucks

www.toromovers.ca

416-844-6683

Flooring & Carpeting NESO FLOORING Carpet installation starting from $1.19/ sq.ft. Hardwood, laminate at low prices. 27 yrs experience. Free Estimates. Best Price! 647-400-8198

Appliance Repairs/ Installation Professional Repairs of all brands of: Refrigeration, Stoves, Dishwashers, Washers, Dryers, Air Conditioning, & Heating. Free Estimates. Warranty, Credit cards accepted. Seniors discount. 416-616-0388

HOME RENOVATIONS

ELECTRICAL

Burton Electric Inc.

SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE!

416 419-1772

Knob and tube replacement LED Lighting Aluminum wire reconditioning Permits and inspections

Pot lights Service upgrades Breakers/Panels FREE ESTIMATES

Master Electrician * License # 7001220 * Insured www.burtonelectric.ca mark.burton@burtonelectric.ca

HEATING & COOLING T GREA

UNIVERSAL

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SERV

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HEATING AND COOLING BIGGEST SALE EVER! SAVE $1,000

Air Con. From $1450 installed! BEST PRICES IN TOWN!!!

Tune-up & Clean Furnaces or A/C Plus 22pt. Check List Carbon Monoxide CO Levels $

69.95

CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATES

*10 Year Warranty

GAS FURNACES CENTRAL AIR Sales, Service, Installations.

www.airflexltd.com 416-439-7155 metro lic. #H16265

PRICE

• WE CONVERT OIL OR ELECTRICAL FURNACE TO GAS • INSTALL TANKLESS HOT WATER & BOILER • LOWEST PRICE – WE DO ALL PROCESSES TO GET MAXIMUM REBATE

RATED A+ IN BBB 15 YEARS OF SERVICE ~ 24/7

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HEATING & COOLING

DANAR RESTORATION

NO DOWN PAYMENT FOR SENIORS!

- PORCHES, STEPS, WALKWAYS - CONCRETE, STONE & BRICK WORK - BASEMENT LEAK REPAIR - PORCH ENCLOSURES & RAILINGS - 3 YEAR WARRANTY DON’T PAY FOR 1 YEAR! O.A.C.

18 YEARS WITH THE SAME NAME AND NUMBER

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0 ALL DECKS built in 1 day. Highest quality. Lowest Prices! Free design and estimates. Call Mike 416-738-7752 www.griffindecks.ca

CARPET UPHOLSTERY steam cleaning any 4 rooms, hallway and stairs $90. Sofa set $60. Extra rooms $20. Free d e o d o r i z i n g . 416-890-2894

HOME IMPROVEMENT Directory

Decks & Fences

Brick, blocks, stonework, chimney’s, tusk pointing, porches, flagstone, window sills. All masonry work. For free estimates call Roman 416-684-4324 www.fadom constructioninc.com

Carpet & Upholstery

New Installations $

from 1999 FURNACE SERVICE OR CLEANING

7999

$

We Service All Makes & Models

AND we do ALL Gas Piping Jobs & Duct Work (BBQ hook-ups, Stove Hook-ups, Dryers, Fireplaces, Pools, etc.)

Larry’s Air Care

Heating & Air Conditioning

416-706-9861

SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE!

HANDYMAN PAINTING/ Drywall/ Flooring/ Trim/ Tiles/ General Repairs. Over 20 yrs. exp. Mark 416-937-0693

Masonry & Concrete

SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE!

PLUMBING BATHROOM RENOVATIONS

• Plumbing Services •Ceramic Tiling, Kitchen Floors, Backsplash & Hallway LICENSED # P625 & INSURED

SMALL JOBS WELCOME

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Call OTTO (416) 445-9323

CANDE PLUMBING

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How to do it: Fill in the grid so that every row, every column, and every 3 by 3 box contains the digits 1 through 9.

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RBC Insurance store near you: In the Shops at Don Mills 416-510-3050

RBC Insurance Family Block Party One day, across Canada, celebrating our communities Join us on September 21, 2013 for a special day of family fun, meet our friendly advisors and mingle with your neighbours at your local RBC Insurance® store.

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Metro License #PH23521

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$

25OFF

• Beautiful Landscape Designs For Your New Patio or Front Entrance • Amazing Lawn Care Programs • Interlock, Flagstone, Rockeries, Gardens, Sodding, Overseeding

FREE ESTIMATES

ROOFING

WITH THIS AD

VALID UNTIL SEPT. 30, 2013

10% SENIORS DISCOUNT

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24/7 No Extra Charges for Evenings, Weekends or Holidays

WATERPROOFING

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CANADIAN

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• Shingles • Flat Roofs • Skylights • Chimneys • Eavestroughs • Repairs • Free Estimates

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REPAIRS

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SAME DAY SERVICE

SENIORS

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BASEMENT WATERPROOFING WATERPROOFING LOWER LOWER BASEMENT BASEMENT && UNDER UNDER PINNING PINNING

• Shingles • Chimneys • Animal Removal

• Ventilation • Skylights • And much more

$35

EAVESTROUGH FROM CLEANING FREE SENIORS DISCOUNTS ESTIMATES SAME DAY SERVICE

RENOVATION

Since 1982 Insured • Guaranteed

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ROOFING DUN-RITE ROOFING REPAIRS REPAIRS Co.

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Replacement & Repairs Faucets, Sinks, Pipes, Drains Etc. Furnace, A/C, Water Heater, Gas 28 Years Experience • 24/7

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LICENCED AND INSURED

416 875 5538

Yes, we can beat any competitors rates, call for details.

NO JOB TOO SMALL

CALL 416-820-3634

• SIDING/FASCIA • EAVESTROUGH 24 HOURS • TUCKPOINTING EMERGENCY REPAIRS • VENTING • GUTTER GUARDS • ANIMAL REMOVAL

• SHINGLES • FLAT ROOFS • SKY LIGHTS • CHIMNEY’S • VALLEY’S • ANIMAL PROOFING 15% Senior’s Discount

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Eaves, Roof & Animal Removal WE FIX IT! ALL OF IT! Summer Special

25% off*

Eaves Cleaning from $39. Roof Repairs from $49.

Free Estimates and Seniors Discount Licensed & Insured.

416-839-8449

ROOFING Roof Repair Experts

✓Full roofs ✓Missing Shingles ✓Minor/Major Leaks ✓Raccoon Problems

✓Eaves & Downspout ✓Skylights LIC# L179362 20% Senior Discount

416-248-0211

TREE/STUMP SERVICES GTA TREE SERVICE

Quick Service!!! • Experts in Removal of Dangerous Trees • Trimming, Pruning • Stump Removal • Ash Borer Treatment • $2 million Liability + WSIB SUMMER SAVINGS 10% OFF! Call Bobby 416-828-TREE (8733) www.GTAtree.com

TREE/STUMP SERVICES

Jacob Tree Service

est. 1997

• Tree & Shrub Removals • Pruning • Planting Landscape Design • FREE ESTIMATES Shingle ~ Flat Roofs ~ Skylights Chimneys ~ Eavestroughs ~ Soffit/Fascia Siding ~ Copper ~ All Kinds of Roof Repairs 10yr. labour warranty - Free Estimates

416.666.0798

www.qualityroofing123.ca

Lic. # T85_4306409

24hr Emergency Service

(416) 417-TREE (8733)


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WHERE THE CUSTOMER IS ALWAYS #1

WE JUST DO OPEN CLOSE DEALS - WE . FOR THE RELATIONSHIPS E RIGHT RIGHT PRICE, TH GHT RI E TH E, VEHICL DEAL, JUST VISIT US!

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BRAND NEW

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2013 FOCUS SE 4 DR WITH AIR CONDITIONING ✓ 2.0L I4 GDI ENGINE ✓ 12 VOLT POWER POINT ✓ AM/FM/CD WITH MP3 ✓ FRONT AIR-BAGS ✓ CHILD SAFETY LOCKS ✓ SIDE IMPACT & SIDE CURTAIN AIR-BAGS ✓ POWER WINDOWS ✓ POWER DOOR LOCKS ✓ POWER MIRRORS ✓ TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING ✓ HEIGHT ADJUSTABLE SEAT BELTS ✓ PLUS MUCH MORE

✓ 2.5L IVCT ENGINE ✓ 10 WAY PWR DRIVERS SEAT ✓ PWR HEATED MIRRORS ✓ REAR SEAT AIR VENTS ✓ SIRIUS SATELLITE RADIO ✓ FOLD DOWN SPLIT REAR SEAT ✓ ADVANCE TRAC WITH TRACTION CONTROL ✓ SIDE AIR CURTAINS ✓ ANTI LOCK BRAKE SYSTEM ✓ PERIMETER ALARM ✓ HILL START ASSIST ✓ POWER LOCKS ✓ TELESCOPIC STEERING WHEEL

WITH NO MONEY DOWN, FREIGHT INCLUDED, NO GIMMICKS

YOU OWN IT FOR

17,888

$

2013 FUSION SE WITH AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

+HST

OR YOU OWN IT WEEKLY FOR WITH NO MONEY DOWN

58

$

+HST

PER WEEK

72MNTHS @ 0%APR

OR LEASE IT MONTHLY FOR WITH NO MONEY DOWN

218

$

+HST

PER MONTH

48MNTHS @ 0%APR

BRAND NEW

2013 ESCAPE SE FWD ✓ 1.6L ECOBOOST ENGINE ✓ ENGINE BLOCK HEATER ✓ CLIMATE CONTROL AIR CONDITIONING ✓ POWER LOCKS ✓ TILT & TELESCOPIC ✓ POWER DOOR ✓ MY KEY/MY FORD TOUCH WITH 4” COLOUR DISPLAY ✓ 6 SPEED AUTOMATIC ✓ POWER STEERING ✓ POWER WINDOWS ✓ PRIVACY GLASS ✓ SPEED CONTROL

✓ ADVANCE WITH STABILITY CONTROL ✓ TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM ✓ HEATED FRONT SEATS ✓ SYNC VOICE ACTIVATED ✓ SYSTEM COMPASS ✓ DUAL CHROME EXHAUST ✓ FOG LAMPS ✓ AUTOMATIC HEADLAMPS ✓ 17” ALLOY SPARKLE WHEELS ✓ ALL SEASON TIRES ✓ PLUS MORE!

SALE PRICE

24,488

$

- $1,000 COSTCO MEMBER DISCOUNT OR LEASE IT MONTHLY FOR

217

$

(IF YOU QUALIFY)

PER MONTH

+HST

36MNTHS @ 0%APR

SALE PRICE

22,988 +HST

- $1,000 COSTCO MEMBER DISCOUNT OR LEASE IT MONTHLY FOR

$

268

+HST

(IF YOU QUALIFY)

PER MONTH

+HST

SPECIAL SALE PRICE

22,088

$ 36MNTHS @ 1.49%APR

WITH $1088 DOWN, NO SECURITY DEPOSIT. FREIGHT INCLUDED, NO GIMMICKS

BRAND NEW

2013 EDGE SEL FWD WITH NAVIGATION, PANORAMIC ROOF, REARVIEW CAMERA & LEATHER HEATED SEATS

✓ 3.5L V6 ENGINE AUTO ✓ AIR CONDITIONING ✓ MY FORD TOUCH ✓ CRUISE & TILT ✓ SYNC ✓ ALLOY WHEELS ✓ NAVIGATION ✓ RUBBER FLOOR MATS ✓ PRIVACY GLASS

$

+HST

$

✓ TILT ✓ 17” ALLOY WHEELS ✓ COMPASS ✓ MY FORD ✓ OUTSIDE TEMP DISPLAY ✓ AUTOMATIC HEAD LAMPS ✓ REAR SEAT HEAD RESTS ✓ SIDE AIR BAGS ✓ DRIVER & PASSENGER AIRBAGS ✓ REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY ✓ ELECTRIC PARKING BRAKE ✓ POWER WINDOWS ✓ CRUISE CONTROL ✓ VOICE ACTIVATED SYNC ✓ PLUS MUCH MORE!

SPECIAL SALE PRICE

23,588 +HST

WITH $1788 DOWN, NO SECURITY DEPOSIT. FREIGHT INCLUDED, NO GIMMICKS

$

✓ HEATED LEATHER SEATS ✓ REVERSE CAMERA ✓ PANORAMIC ROOF ✓ PWR WINDOWS & LOCKS ✓ POWER DRIVER & PASSENGER SEATS ✓ REVERSE SENSORS

SALE PRICE

32,488

$

+HST

- $1,000 COSTCO MEMBER DISCOUNT OR LEASE IT MONTHLY FOR

$

286

(IF YOU QUALIFY)

PER MONTH

+HST

24MNTHS @ 0%APR

SPECIAL SALE PRICE

31,588 +HST

WITH $1988 DOWN, NO SECURITY DEPOSIT. FREIGHT INCLUDED, NO GIMMICKS

ALL PRICES ARE PLUS TAXES AND LICENSING ONLY. F.O.C. AXZ PLAN RULES APPLY. VEHICLES MAY NOT BE EXACTLY AS ILLUSTRATED. **ANY OFFER CANNOT BE COMBINED WITH ANY PREVIOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. PRICES REFLECT ALL REBATES TAKEN. ALL REBATES ASSIGNED TO DEALER. ABOVE LEASES ARE BASED ON 16,000KMS PER YEAR .12 CENTS FOR ESCAPE AND .16 CENTS FOR EDGE FOR ADDITIONAL KMS OVERAGE. NO CHARGE LIFETIME MAINTENANCE PACKAGE APPLIES TO ORIGINAL OWNER. FOR COSTCO MEMBER DISCOUNT YOU MUST BE A MEMBER ON OR BEFORE AUGUST 31ST, 2013 TO QUALIFY. SEE DEALER FOR DETAILS. THE ABOVE ADVERTISEMENT AND PROMOTION ARE VALID ON DATE OF PUBLICATION ONLY.

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IT'S OFFICIAL! since 2011, Sharon was the #1 full service realtor in both the number of homes sold and dollar volume for all realtors in Willowdale Area (C14). 478 MELROSE AVE

49 CITATION DR Magnificent Custom Home On Large Ravine Lot In Remarkable Location! Steps To Bayview Village, Subway, Mall, Best School Earl Haig!

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36 BURBANK DR Asking Price: $1,078,000 Sold For: $1,163,800 In 2 Days! Let me do the same for you! 18 PARKVIEW AVE #1606

SOLD 158 EMPRESS AVE

23 LAWNVIEW DR

SOLD 293 MAPLEHURST AVE

SOLD

SOLD

5 TALBOT RD

25 GREENVIEW AVE 2519

SOLD 187 SPRING GARDEN AVE

SOLD

SOLD 76 HORSHAM AVE

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Space On A Quiet St In Heart Of North York**2 Kitchens**Finished

Attention To Modern Details.

In-Law 2 Br Bsmt W/Sep Entrance.

Completely Renovated house, Walk

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For Rent $1600

Unit #209 $699,000 1,351 Sq Ft

$3500

Unit#210 $530,000 1,023 Sq Ft

$2600

34 ATHABASKA AVE

282 BYNG AVE

SOLD

SOLD

18 SPRING GARDEN AVE

219 JOHNSTON AVE

SOLD

SOLD

224 OLIVE AVE

299 BYNG AVE

SOLD

SOLD

122 NORTHWOOD DR

SOLD

332 PARKVIEW AVE

349 LONGMORE ST

211 OLIVE AVE

SOLD

Great Opportunity For A Professional Office In A Mixed Use Development With Retail On Grade, Offices On 2nd Level. Just Blocks Away From Yonge Subway Line. Fantastic Corner Unit Facing Street With Great Finch West.

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Extraordinary hidden gem in the city, luxury corner 2+1 suite with the view of parks and downtown. Steps away from TTC, Hwy, shopping, schools and much more!

My Standard is to Give You More! • Record Breaking Results • Unparalleled Marketing Plan • Extensive Online Presence • Complimentary Staging Service • Free Home Evaluation

60 ESTELLE AVE

SOLD

SOLD

High Demand Area**Premium Extra Wide 69*Ft Lot!! Extremely Rare Find. Incredible Unique House Amongst Million $$ Homes In Neighborhood. House In Excellent Condition.

17 RUDDINGTON #601

222 FINCH AVE For Sale Unit #208 $248,000 469 Sq Ft

Magnificent custom built luxury 2-storey home sitting on very bright south lot on quiet street! Totally renovated, hardwood floor through-out! Easy access to 401, steps to Yonge, subway, schools and shops!

154 NIPIGON AVE

Gorgeous Bright 3 Side split +

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Great Location W/The Finest

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Spectacular custom home With Excellent Layout and Luxurious Finishes. Over 5,000 sqft of Living Space!! The Best Luxury Home Of Willowdale!

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SOLD 801 GRANDVIEW WAY

LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

Chairman’s Club

SOLD

82 NIPIGON AVE

3022 BAYVIEW AVE

SOLD

SOLD

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