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Completing renovations there by the end of 2013 or perhaps next March will fulfill a long-sought goal for Tropicana, whose focus remains Scarborough’s black and Caribbean populations but is open to all, Shelton said. It was 2005 “when we really started the push” for a building which could house “an aspect of every one of our programs,” she said.

Tropicana Community Services started in 1980 with a $500 grant, money its founders hoped would help Caribbean-Canadian youth around Birchmount and Finch avenues. Decades later, the United Waybacked agency is a $10-million operation covering all of Scarborough with around 80 staff and 200 volunteers. This week, Tropicana announced it has been given federal funds to finish a new headquarters where it can represent its 30 programs under one roof.

Federal fund The $613,000 announced this week from the federal Community Infrastructure Improvement Fund follows a $2-million provincial grant, including $1.36 million for the property’s purchase. Grouped along a “main street” the Huntingwood headquarters will contain a gymnasium, computer labs, teaching kitchen, program rooms, offices and eventually one of Tropicana’s childcare centres. “It will be very much a home, a community home where you can sit and chat,” said Shelton. Tropicana serves 22,000 clients a year at six sites, including AYCE Employment Services on Consumers >>>NEW, page 5

New headquarters “I won’t do the dance I did when I first heard about it,” Sharon Shelton, Tropicana’s executive director said Tuesday at its current offices in industrial units on Progress Avenue east of McCowan Road. The new headquarters building is 1385 Huntingwood Dr. a 28,000-square-foot former sports apparel warehouse near McCowan Road.

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Lillian Tucker celebrated her 100th birthday with friends and family at St. Peter’s Anglican church this past weekend. Tucker, origionally from Newfoundland, has lived in Scarborough for the past 50 years and has three children, eight grandchildren and five great grandchildren.

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Rumours about closures, consolidations concern hospital group >>>from page 3 found” changes in the way Ontario hospitals, including itself, provide care. Sherman, one of a small number of residents who attended several talks, charged the community has not been able to take part “at an adult level” in what appears to be a “major overhaul” of hospital services. The hospital received a report last year on its Maternal Newborn and Child Care Program which found “a signficant decrease” in deliveries at the General and Birchmount campuses and estimated TSH could save

up to $5 million by consolidating the program at one campus. Sherman said members of his group are hearing “all kinds of rumours” from hospital employees suggesting, despite administration assurances, “certain critical services are being moved from the Birchmount campus” so that its 24-hour Emergency Room “could end up fading away.” Sherman admitted group members - who say they realize the hospital is in a difficult position - hadn’t heard officially any consolidations had been approved. “Neither have we,” responded

Michael Mueller, a former board chairperson, who maintained nothing has been decided yet. Mueller said board members will be at a retreat next Tuesday, Jan. 15, to see for the first time what internal management teams and the Hay Group, consultants for the strategic plan exercise, have to say. The administration will go to the community soon after with potential recommendations, and say, “Help us make the best decision,” Mueller said, but insisted the Birchmount’s 24-hour ER “has been a must-have at the hospital” and putting it at risk has never been discussed.

“We’re not hiding anything,” he added later, saying the recommendations will present savings that add up to more than the hospital’s projected 2013 budget shortfall of $17 million, so the community can choose. “If the community says, ‘save this, cut this,’ we have to listen to it.” Administrators were hoping to have the recommendations in hand last month, but officials say the timetable proved too ambitious. “The good news is the consultant said, ‘You’re not wasting any money,’” Mueller said. “The bad news is there’s no low-

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Artwork on front page appreciated To the editor: I would like to thank you for the beautiful front pages on The Mirror during Christmas week. I was visiting my daughter in Scarborough and commented to her on the beautiful cover of The Scarborough Mirror. Then, I got home to East York to another beautiful cover, done by a local artist. It’s a great idea, and so nice to share with the readers. It also gives exposure to the artists, as there is some great talent out there, that many aren’t aware of. I’d love to see this regularly.

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oronto council must understand the future of the Gardiner Expressway is a significant consideration. The Gardiner’s place in Toronto’s transportation infrastructure is an issue that needs to go beyond next week’s budget deliberations. It can’t just habitually resurface when a piece of concrete falls from it. Council needs to identify a comprehensive plan. Council must move forward with the Environmental Assessment (EA) process that began under the previous administration exploring tearing down the Gardiner east of Jarvis Street. That EA was shelved, however, after the 2010 municipal election – despite no council order to do so. That the budget committee voted Tuesday to resume the EA, originally authorized in July 2008 at a cost of $7.69 million, is reason for optimism. our view Council must have the best information available. The EA Gather info will present those options. to make best The Gardiner is well-used. It is busy. And it is aging. Currently decision about $500 million is proposed for the roadway over the next 10 years. Engineers have raised significant concerns that the eastern portion’s safety will be compromised by the end of the decade should those repairs not be made. Those dollars are significant. Most recently, Toronto’s budget committee asked for a report on the pros and cons of selling or leasing the Gardiner. That, too, is an impactful proposal. There are important questions for council to consider. How should we expect our major roadways to operate? How do any of the proposals for the Gardiner fit in with other planned transportation improvements, such as light rail? What kinds of impacts can our communities expect? The Gardiner is a large piece of Toronto’s existing transportation infrastructure. According to Waterfront Toronto figures from 2008, some 200,000 drivers use it daily west of the core. That number is 120,000 east of Jarvis. It’s a significant east-west corridor, serving not only residents of the city, but the Greater Toronto Area. But in many respects this is the ultimate neighbourhood issue – one that has an impact beyond even the 14 Toronto neighbourhoods the roadway actually touches. The pressures of gridlock, only expected to intensify, have far-reaching impacts – into all of our neighbourhoods. Council must gather the best information to confront that reality. newsroom

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‘Lazy’ media reports portray unfair image of Scarborough To the editor: Re: ‘Make 2013 Year of the Scarborough Community,’ Editorial, Dec. 27. The biggest improvement that anyone could make for the Scarborough community can only be done by you and your colleagues in the Toronto media including the press, radio and television. I object most strongly to the use of phrases including, but not limited to, “a Scarborough man,” “a Scarborough house,” and “in Scarborough” when it doesn’t add important information to a story. I, along with the rest of the country, regularly read, hear, and see references to these meaningless phrases reporting something negative. I’ve done my part by writing to all three groups of opinion makers regarding their

liberal use of “Scarborough” when reporting negative news events. The problem is that when reporters report location, either force of habit or laziness prevails. They won’t report the intersection of Surrey and Tedford because nobody knows where it is and they would have to explain it to their boss. But report it as Scarborough, and everybody including the boss knows, meaning the job is done. We rarely come across similar references to the other former cities: “a York man”, “an East York man,” and we can’t even comprehend what might be meant if a story refers simply to “a Toronto man.” Is it the former city or the amalgamated city?

T h e m o s t e g re g i o u s example I have witnessed is: “A Scarborough man was arrested at Yonge and Dundas.” which tells the consumer absolutely nothing except that Scarborough must be a nasty place. Those of us who live in Scarborough know it as a caring, friendly, vibrant place to live and work but non-residents, who only get the media reports, are left with a totally erroneous and negative impression. Please do your part to correct this and correct everyone else who is guilty of this crime against the Scarborough community. That would be a happy new year for all Scarborough residents. Dennis Peter

No purpose for unions To the editor: Re: ‘‘Good old days’ were not so good,’ Letters, Dec. 20 I must disagree with Joy Taylor’s letter in support of unions. And before anyone wonders, yes, I spent several years in a union-based job. Whilst it is true that in the beginning, unions served the just and noble cause of protecting workers’ rights, this purpose has long since degenerated and been replaced by a bunch of greedy, inflexible, living-inthe-past union leaders, who are clinging to antiquated systems no longer viable in current economic realities. We hear countless stories in the media of actual union members who are do not wish to strike and are quite happy, in most cases, with the more than fair salaries and benefits that they receive. The system is long since broken. Constant strikes disrupt our city and cost millions of dollars in taxpayers money. It’s time to try something new, such as using an independent arbitrator to settle negotiation stalemates. Let’s move into the 21st century and find a better way. Neil Folkard

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The new home of Tropicana Community Services will be at 1385 Huntingwood Dr.

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Tropicana Community Services executive director Sharon Shelton, left, and Pickering-Scarborough East MP Corneliu Chisu celebrate the federal grant that will help the Scarborough social service agency open its new headquarters on Huntingwood Drive.

>>>from page 1 Road, the Scarborough Youth Resource Centre in the Scarborough Town Centre and the ProTech Media Centre at the public library branch near Kennedy Road and Eglinton Avenue. Shelton said “one or two” locations may close after the headquarters opens. Tropicana has not figured out

what will happen to its involvement in the media centre but will meet with the community members there this month, she said. Pickering-Scarborough East MP Corneliu Chisu called Tropicana “a fantastic service provider for the community” and “an important part of our community life” with programs for employment, counselling, and youth leadership, along with

March Break and summer camps. This week’s investment is part of the Conservative government’s plan to create jobs, growth and longterm prosperity by building stronger communities, said Chisu. An engineer, Chisu offered during Tuesday’s press event to mentor Tropicana clients who want to practice the engineering profession in Canada.

Toronto City Council’s reckless plan to cut millions from fire services will increase response time by sixty-three seconds. • Toronto City Council’s reckless plan to cut millions from fire services will mean fewer firefighters, station closures, longer response times, and will put people at risk. • More buildings, residents, and traffic mean that firefighters are already stretched too thin. • There are fewer firefighters today than there were 15 years ago when Toronto amalgamated.

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De Baeremaeker seeks appeal of city’s shark fin ban ruling Toronto’s city solicitor has filed a notice of intent to appeal a court decision last month ruling the city’s ban on shark fins illegal. Toronto Council must still approve an appeal, but Scarborough Centre Councillor Glenn De Baeremaeker said he thought support among councillors for banning the fins remains strong. Ontario Superior Court Justice James Spence said the fin bylaw, challenged before it could go into effect last Sept. 1, “lacks a proper municipal purpose” and added no “identifiable benefit” to the city’s “environmental well-being.” However, De Baeremaeker maintained Canadian cities have a discretionary power to pass bylaws “in the public interest” of their citizens, which includes banning fins. Spence wasn’t persuaded by the city’s arguments the fins, served in banquet halls and restaurants, are obtained by a practice called finning

which is threatening shark species with extinction, or that the fins are unhealthy for human consumption because sharks accumulate mercury from prey. “We as a city may not have done our homework properly,” De Baeremaeker said, but added the city did not present experts or all available evidence supporting its claims, and could during an appeal. Spence also said the bylaw called for “highly intrusive” enforcement, because it banned possession of shark fins anywhere in Toronto. De Baeremaeker said the bylaw is only meant to stop the sale of fins at restaurants and banquet halls, and would not give “shark fin police” the power to enter homes.Depending on a ruling by the city clerk, the councillor said, approval of an appeal could be introduced at a council meeting beginning Jan. 15 on the city’s 2013 capital and operating budgets. – Mike Adler

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Soil from auto recyler in Rouge will not have to be removed MIKE ADLER madler@insidetoronto.com An automobile recycler in Rouge Park won’t have to remove soil from its property from which fuel was discovered leaking into the adjacent Rouge River creek in November of 2010. Ontario’s environment ministry chose to leave the soil in place “since the materials will biodegrade over time” and because the recycler, Standard Auto Wreckers, is now required to contain and remove stormwater from the Scarborough property and to stop runoff to the creek, said Kate Jordan, a ministry spokesperson. It was also thought removing the soil would damage the creek and its floodplain, Jordan added.

The province’s Environmental Review Tribunal last June found “motor vehicle fluids” seeping into the creek, a tributary of the Little Rouge River, appeared to come from a structure in which Standard Auto removed parts from vehicles. The ministry agreed to change a clean-up order issued after the spill so “the question whether there has been a breach (of the law) would not arise.” Parent company Goldy Metals agreed to remove the structure as well as to “risk management measures” to prevent another accident and “delineation and remediation of the petroleum spill” on and off the property. Jordan said an ecological risk assessment found hydrocarbons in a small area near the creek. The ministry finished reviewing

the assessment late last year and sent its conclusions to the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, interim manager of the park, which supports them, she said. The ministry will continue to monitor Standard Auto’s operations and will meet company executives in the coming weeks to discuss next steps, Jordan said. “Our priority is that the company’s operations do not impact the environment and any potential impacts are addressed and studied.” Before it was disbanded last year, the Rouge Alliance, a co-operative of agencies and governments which ran the park, had called on the province to talk to Standard Auto about purchasing the property south of Steeles Avenue at Sewells Road and relocating the business.

Tamil youth issues to be focus of local meeting A group dedicated to helping Tamil-Canadian youth bridge the cultural gap with their parents will host a community forum at its Scarborough office tonight. Facilitators Thiva Paramsothy and

Ines Indrakumaran will deal with different topics, “issues our youth face now, especially in Scarborough,” said Dijith Ganeshalingam, a spokesperson for Canadian Tamil Youth Development (CanTYD).

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ayor Rob Ford was back in court this past Monday — this time sitting quietly in an Osgoode Hall courtroom as his lawyer, Alan Lenczner, made a final pitch for his job. Newspaper deadlines being what they are — by the time you read this, it is entirely possible that the three judge Divisional Court panel will have decided on Ford’s appeal of the conviction by Justice Charles Hackland. Monday was not so much about the future — but what has gone before. Being an appeal, there was no new evidence, no testimony, and a surfeit of arcane legal arguments, which was as it should be: Ford’s lawyer’s job was to dig into Hackland’s decision to convict Ford under the Municipal Conflict of Interest Act, and demonstrate whatever errors he might find. Lenczner took on another task, though: to present and recast the nar-

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rative of the mayor’s career on council in the kindest light possible. So when Ford spoke and voted on his own behalf over a recommendation to compel him to repay $3,150 in charitable donations to lobbyists, he did so, according to Lenczner, as “an honest man.” There was no subterfuge, nothing hidden. He simply had a flawed understanding of the way the Municipal Conflict of Interest Act applied to matters of personal accountability on council. It’s a narrative that seems to be an easy sell for a large number of Torontonians. Ford continues to poll well in spite of a great deal of evidence that suggests he shouldn’t.

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None of this came up at the appeals court, of course, because none of this was before the court. So Lenczner could present an image of a mayor dedicated to openness and honesty, whose simple desire to help young people only occasionally affected his judgment. There was some indication that the narrative found some currency with the judges. Senior Justice Edward Then wondered aloud whether Ford might not have simply made an honest mistake. So in that sense, whatever the future holds for him, Ford can take comfort in the fact that the narrative he and his supporters crafted — of the stolid everyman, the only honest one at city hall — has at least survived the ordeal of his mayoralty. n David Nickle is Toronto Community News’ city hall columnist. His column appears every Thursday. Contact him at dnickle@ insidetoronto.com

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Man faces charges after two police officers injured A man is facing nine charges after two police officers were allegedly assaulted on Monday. Police said two officers were called to the Scarborough Golf Club and Ellesmere Road area for an investigation when a man fled the scene on foot. Police alleged a man charged at one of the officers, knocking him to the ground causing the officer to break a leg.

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Sharks take gold and silver medals at Ice Trials tourney The Scarborough Sharks Girls Hockey Association managed to keep some of the hardware for themselves from their huge 29th annual Ice Trials hockey tournament last weekend. The filled-to-capacity tournament, with well more than 100 teams and 1,800 players, was split into six age divisions (atom, peewee, bantam, midget, intermediate and senior) at the four top skill levels (AA, A, BB, B). That translated into 17 championship games on Sunday with the host Scarborough Sharks organization winning two of them and settling for silver in three other games. Sharks winners are: B A N TA M B B : t h e Scarborough Sharks bantam BB team won the gold medal game 3-0 over Woolwich Wild, avenging an earlier preliminary round 1-0 defeat. It was the only multi-goal winning margin for the Sharks in the ultra-competitive division. The Sharks won their semifinal 1-0 over Durham West Lightning after posting a pre-

liminary round record of one win, one tie and two losses (2-2 with North Bay, 2-1 over West Huron and two 1-0 losses to Woolwich Wild and Russell Coyotes). SENIOR A: the Scarborough Sharks senior A team won the gold medal game 1-0 over previously undefeated Durham West Lightning in a shootout. The two had finished onetwo atop their five-team division, and Scarborough’s only loss in the preliminary round was to Durham West 4-3. Scarborough earned second place (and a berth in the championship game) with two preliminary round 4-0 wins over Timmins and Niagara and a 0-0 tie with Ottawa. The finalists: PEEWEE B: the Scarborough Sharks lost the peewee B championship game 3-0 to Sudbury. Scarborough won its semifinal 2-1 over Peterborough. The Sharks had one win and three losses in the preliminary round, but it was still good enough to outright earn their four-team division’s

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Lawyers for and against Mayor Rob Ford faced off Monday for the final appeal that will ultimately decide whether Ford will continue as mayor of Toronto or be tossed out of office for violating Ontario’s Municipal Conflict of Interest Act. The hearing at Osgoode Hall lasted a day, with Ford’s lawyer Alan Lenczner laying out his four-pronged argument as to why Ontario Superior Court Justice Charles Hackland’s conviction of Ford ought to be struck down. Justice Hackland found this fall that Ford was guilty of violating the Municipal Conflict of Interest Act in February 2012, when he spoke and voted on recommendations from Toronto’s Integrity Commissioner that Ford be made to repay $3,150 in donations by lobbyists to a football charity he operated. Ford had maintained the lobbyists didn’t want their money back, and said he would have to pay the money himself. Under the Municipal Conflict

of Interest Act, elected officials are prohibited from voting or speaking on matters in which they have a pecuniary interest. Lenczner presented four arguments in favour of his client. He maintained that council had no power to extract the money from Ford because the City of Toronto Act didn’t list that among possible punishments. honest mistake He also argued that Ford had made an honest mistake, and that the amount of money in question was insignificant. And he said the Municipal Conflict of Interest Act did not govern councillors’ code of conduct. Clayton Ruby, representing Toronto resident Paul Magder in the complaint against Ford, spent the afternoon arguing none of those arguments held water. He maintained that Ford was wilfully ignorant of the conflict of interest rules – and that Ford’s explanation that he relied on the city solicitor for

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

416-445-1718

www.universalhc.ca

PLUMBING

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855-9500

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Free Estimate � Call 416-606-9881

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WITH THIS AD

VALID UNTIL JAN. 31ST, 2013

SPECIALIZE IN: Basement, Kitchen & Bathroom Renovations, Specialty Woodworking NO JOB TOO SMALL

FOR A FREE ESTIMATE PLEASE CALL:

416-389-4988

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IDEAL PLUMBING

· 24 Hour Emergency Service · Plugged Drain Repair •Backflow Prevention · Service Specialist · Flat Rates · Fully Insured · No Extra Charge for Evening & Weekends

Master Lic.# 20557

www.idealplumbingdrain.com SASHA 416-371-7137 ALI 416-828-6611

for low cost, fast, reliable repairs of: • fridges• stoves• dryers• washers • dishwashers• freezers • dehumidifiers• air conditioners Call Mark (Cert. Tech)

ROOFING

416-451-9040

Roof, Eaves Repairs BEST PRICE ROOF & EAVESTROUGH REPAIRS

ELECTRICAL

and Wildlife Removal

Burton Electric Inc. 416 419-1772

Pot lights Service upgrades Breakers/Panels FREE ESTIMATES

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

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

HEATING & COOLING 24 HOUR SERVICE

FURNACE CLEANING OR SERVICE

We Service All Makes & Models

69

$

99

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

Larry’s Air Care

Heating & Air Conditioning

416-706-9861

Roof Repairs from $4099 Eaves Cleanings from $3099 Chimney Cleanings from $3099 Ice/Snow Problems Free 15 Point Roof Inspection

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FREE ESTIMATES - SENIOR DISCOUNTS

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416-820-3634 Insured and Licensed

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ROOF

MASTERS

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Tune-up & Clean Furnaces or A/C

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PRICE

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HEATING & COOLING

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Articles for Sale

Medical & Dental Services

Special Interests Services/Clubs

FREE CLASSES FOR WOMEN!

Tutoring

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

Save UP TO 15% OFF Lic. # B21358

Fully Licensed & Insured

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1-888-662-DUMP 1-888-662-3867


CLEARANCE SALE From

$

From

All 8 Pcs Bedroom Set

498

All 7 Pcs Modern Dinette Table + 6 Chairs

10 Sets per Store

From

$

10 Sets per Store

$

From

$

From All 3 Pcs Living Room

Reg. $1398

(Chair Available)

Reg. $1298

$

From

798

From

All 8 pcs Sleigh Bedroom Set

48

$

From

68

$

68

$

Reg. $98

Computer Desk W/ Hutch

From

Reg. $298

From

From

White or Dark Brown

All 5 Pcs Modern Bedroom

Reg. $1298

$

998

$

3 Pcs Living Room, Sofa, Love Seat, Chair

$

Reg. $698

From

Reg. $998

3 Pcs Recliner Sofa Set

Reg. $698

398

$

698

All 3 pcs Sectional Sofa

198

$

$

Reg.$148

148

$

From

$

98

From Coffee Table Set 3pc/set

Double:$148 Queen:$188

298

$

Reg.$398

598

Table + 6 Chairs

98 Reg. $198

$

All 7 Pcs Marble Dinnette

From

Wood/Metal Twin Bed Reg.$398

Reg. $898

Reg. $1198

w/ Ottoman

All 7 pcs Wooden Dinette

Sofa, Love Seat, Chair

288

$

128

$

SINGLE MATTRESS

From

Reg. $268

All 5 Pcs Kitchen Dinette (1 Table + 4 Chairs)

Reg.$598

$398 White or Black

88

$

Yes, we do Special Size Mattress

Reg.$298

198

$

Reg.$268

LCD TV Stand W/ Support

Futton w/ Mattress

Elegant Sofa Bed

All Wood

W/ Folded Tray

Detachable Bunk Bed

Modern Sofa Bed W/ Detached Ottoman

1164-1168 Ellesmere Rd. Scarborough (416) 298-1168 (Ellesmere & Midland)

Hwy 401 Matheson Blvd. E. HY ATT FURNITURE CLUB

D ix ie R d .

HY ATT FURNITURE CLUB

B r i m ly R d .

M i d la n d A v e .

N

Ellesmer e Rd.

Hwy 401

N

][

H YAT T F U R N I T U R E C L U B K e nne d y R d .

398

Choice of Colour

Reg. $498

Reg. $1698

Reg. $1698

10 Sets per Store

LCD TV STAND

168

$

$1198

298

From

Reg. $298

Modern Coffee Table

(Black Only)

598

LIMITED QUANTITY

From

Black or White

$

6 Pcs Bedroom Set

10 Sets per Store

Reg. $1298

Reg. $98

4 Drawer Chest

Choice of Colour

Reg. $999

All 10 pcs Solidwood Pub Set

$

LIMITED QUANTITY

Reg. $999

Queen Bed, Base w/3 Drawers Dresser, Mirror, 1 Night Table

798

All 3 Pcs Comfy Living Room

598

w/ detachable back

698

All 5 Pcs Deluxe Sectional High Back Comfort Design

From

LIMITED QUANTITY

698

All 2 Pcs Sofa & Love Seat

10 Sets per Store

Black or Beige

$

Reg. $998

Dr/Mr, HB, 2 Ni-Table, Double M+B w/Frame

468

$

SHOP ON-LINE NOW

Eglinton Ave.

5200 Dixie Rd. Mississauga (905) 238-7788 (Dixie & Matheson)

Present this ad for the sale price. Not applicable on previous purchase. Some items may not be exactly as illustrated.

Elegant PU Bed

STORE HOURS

Mon. - Fri. 10 am - 8 pm Sat. 10 am - 6 pm Sun. 11 am - 5 pm

| SCARBOROUGH MIRROR | Thursday, January 10, 2013

Mattress & Box included

Choice of Colour

www.hyattfurniture.ca

FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE

10 DAYS ONLY!

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Your approval is our greatest reward 2013 Winter

Masquerade Ball Thurs. February 7th, 2013 7:30-9:00 pm refreshments to be served Dress Code - Wear Your Finest Mask

• Heated Swimming Pool • Physiotherapy Exercise Program • Free Parking • Specialized Dementia Floor Featuring Kharen and Sean with a night of interactive dance performances and instruction Including—Foxtrot, Waltz and Merengue!

• Nursing Care Available • Shuttle Service • TTC & Go Within Walking Distance • In House Physician • Kitchenette In All Rooms

Seating is limited please RSVP to 416-266-4445 or sandra@mccowanrr.com

For Your Personal Tour Call

416-266-4445

EGLINTON AVE E

McCOWAN RD

2881 Eglinton Ave E www.mccowanrr.com

DANF ORTH

formerly Kingsway Arms @ McCowan

BRIMLEY RD

RD

Retirement Living At It’s Best


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