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he Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) is inviting road users again to name the province’s worst roads in its annual campaign launched this month. We want to hear from you too – which road in your neighbourhood deserves being named the worst? It can be a stretch of road strewn with potholes as Dufferin Street is known to have – and not surprisingly received the people’s choice award as being the worst in the province in last year’s CAA campaign. Maybe it’s poorly marked lanes or a bottleneck that constantly results in slow and excess traffic. Community input is important to help prioritize road construction work especially in the city where day-to-day driving takes a major toll on the road infrastructure. The country’s largest auto club our view suggested the provincial government establish a dedicated fund road work to be paid through You can help for provincial gas tax revenues. The province currently reaps prioritize $2.3 billion annually through its construction excise tax, stated CAA spokesperson Faye Lyons. More will be necessary for the continual upkeep of roads to help lessen gridlock and subsequently improve economic productivity. We encourage all residents to provide feedback on how to tackle this issue. Several ideas are already out there that warrant further discussion such as Premier Kathleen Wynne’s recent announcement during the provincial budget this past week that new tolls to use high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes could raise money for transit construction. Metrolinx has also recently recommended revenue tools for transit infrastructure improvement such as introducing parking space levies and a dedicated portion of sales tax on consumer goods, which will be debated by Toronto Council later this month. In the meantime, the money that is already earmarked for road improvement work should be spent on areas of the city that need it the most. Let us know which roads in your neighbourhood are seemingly neglected and need more attention by emailing us at scm@insidetoronto.com To learn more about the CAA campaign, visit www.caaworstroads.com and make your selection for the province’s worst road. Results are expected to be revealed next month.

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sually it doesn’t make sense to reward a faltering business with more investment. Business types advise everyone steer clear of an idea after it has already failed, never mind twice in the same market. When applied to the challenges facing Toronto’s troubled Bixi bike rental program, these recommendations seem obvious. From 2001 to 2006 Toronto hosted North America’s most popular bike sharing program, only to face financial ruin due to multiple factors. Two years ago the city entered into a 10-year agreement to loan up to $4.8 million to provide a bicycle rental program in Toronto. Already the program is in financial trouble. Should the city decide to stop the red ink, we stand to recover less than $1 million of public funds. Put another way, the potential loss is equivalent of giving away to each of the program’s subscribers an

david soknacki beyond the headlines $850 bike. Recognizing that the mayor’s executive committee will be unreceptive to giving bike sharing a third try, the chair of the TTC proposes to ask TTC staff “to explore how it could be a complement to the TTC.” If the issue boils down to finance, then TTC’s conclusion ought to be obvious. But, we need to consider that in every other one of the 375 bike-sharing programs around the globe public subsidy is required. If Toronto wants to have a bike-sharing program, a realistic analysis must conclude that our program will need subsidy from taxpayers as well. In return for public funds, there are quantifiable benefits in a reduction of congestion, a means to connect transit users to their closest transit stop, and to

speed up short trips. Thanks to well-documented studies of both successes and failures worldwide, we know what can be done to maximize bike usage, and how to minimize public subsidy. In order to achieve these benefits, Torontonians need to recognize that bikesharing is most effective in the downtown core, or in other very dense areas, such as on Yonge Street between Sheppard and Finch. It is not a program that works well in much of the suburbs, mainly because users want to drop their bikes off at convenient stations. In London and Paris, these are 300 metres apart at most. On the other hand Toronto has just 80 stations. As a result, we have the choice of making an impact in a concentrated area, or suffering low usage rates. In many ways the constraint of starting small and concentrated serves so many purposes. Even with the huge amount of experience, uncertainty and

obstacles remain. For example, we know that London’s transit organization integrates their bike-sharing program with their facilities, and allows payment on their transit card. Can that be done in Toronto? There are similarities and differences between our needs and objectives, other models, and how well others’ experience applies to our situation. In short, it is disappointing, but perhaps not surprising, that Toronto’s latest bike-sharing venture is in financial trouble. To repeat the mistakes of the past, by simply expanding the existing program will almost guarantee failure and annoyance from the public. On other hand, the opportunity of the present to review Toronto’s experience, then to focus on what works, will give bike-sharing a realistic and viable future. David Soknacki is a former City of Toronto councillor and budget chief. Contact him at www.soknacki.com

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To the editor: Re: ‘Deferring transit debate a mistake,’ Editorial, April 30 and ‘The perils not articulating a transit vision’ Column, April 25.

serve both suburbs fairly well. Why should people in either place pay for transit that one won’t use and the other doesn’t need. The improvement on Bloor Street from Avenue Road to Jane Street by fixing the traffic signals could be spread across the whole city for a fraction of the cost of Metrolinx and would have more impact on actual travel times. David Vallance

I am taking issue with your editorial stance and in David Soknacki’s column. I agree with Soknacki in one respect, that Toronto council has no cohesive vision for transit as simple geography and topography are the most salient factors in transit choices between downtown and the suburbs. I disagree that Mayor Rob Ford’s decision to postpone the ‘tax’ debate till Metrolinx puts their cards on the table is wrong. The province, through Premier Kathleen Wynne, has stated she will not necessarily be bound by

the province or Metrolinx permission to levy any new taxes based on what will be an acrimonious council debate that is likely to further polarize the councillors. A simple majority decision by council would not be enough for a decision; it would have to be two thirds to have any weight in my opinion. Failing that, you may as well tell the province and Metrolinx “do what you will as we have no consensus”. And finally this is too big a decision not to be decided by the electorate, both municipal and provincial. No projects are going to be delayed until after those elections as there are many funded projects already under way.

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n little over a week, Toronto Council will finally get a chance to make the call on a casino in the city’s downtown. It’s a good bet, so to speak, that council won’t be voting yes to a casino in the core of the city. Opposition on the council floor and on the ground is not unanimous, but decisive, and it seems unlikely that the provincial government will sweeten the pot of Toronto’s hosting fee to sway enough to make a difference. And so, no casino, at least not downtown. The debate, once that final vote happens, will be over. Or will it? It may be true that Toronto doesn’t need or want a casino — but that’s not to say Toronto doesn’t need, or really want, more infrastructure to promote tourism and jobs and investments. Currently, the city’s core is developing very effectively as a mass of new, shall-we-say efficient

����� ������ ��� ���� housing in the form of tall condominium towers filled with very tiny apartments. In the midst of those, Toronto does have assets: museums and galleries and sports venues and even a certain amount of convention space. As city manager Joe Pennachetti noted in his report outlining the benefits of a casino, Toronto needs more convention and trade show space near the downtown if it’s to be competitive with other destinations. A casino, Pennachetti said, would be an easy way to kick-start that development. That sounds like a mission statement. Council should, if they reject that casino plan, start looking at other ways to redevelop downtown properties in such a way as to draw visitors.

Building a giant new convention centre with nothing but property tax and municipal debt might not be a good idea. But finding ways to create incentives for that sort of development would be a good use of, say, the city’s economic development committee’s time. Toronto could look at how well it promotes its existing convention space and see if there’s a way to maximize it. In the past, Toronto’s done well for tourism fueled by a relatively open border, a low Canadian dollar and a thriving theatre scene. The dollar’s too high, and border crossing is a pain, and the theatre scene isn’t what it used to be. A casino wouldn’t, by itself, have made up for all that. A concerted, positive effort based on consensus, investment and genuine civic pride, though... that might be just the thing.

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


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PC government would bring subway to Scarborough: Hudak LISA QUEEN lqueen@insidetoronto.com Bashing the minority Liberal g ov e r n m e n t ’s b u d g e t , Conservative leader Tim Hudak promised to bring a subway to Scarborough if he wins the next election. Calling a subway an issue “near and dear” to Scarborough residents, Hudak said a Progressive Conservative government would extend subways east to Scarborough and north to Richmond Hill. “A world-class city is built underground. They build subways,” he said in North York Friday surrounded by PC candidates from Scarborough, North York and York Region who will run in the next provincial election.

“My (subway) plan north to Richmond Hill, east to Scarborough (would) treat Scarborough residents as full citizens of the city of Toronto.” BUDGET The Conservatives will vote against the budget introduced last Thursday, with the hopes of forcing an election. That leaves the fate of the government in the hands o f N D P l e a d e r A n d re a Horwath. “People want change. They know Ontario needs to go in another direction” Hudak said at the Radisson Toronto East hotel near Victoria Park and Hwy. 401. “We’re spending beyond our means and scaring away

jobs.” A Conservative government would bring jobs to the province, respect taxpayers and build subways in Scarborough and north of the city, Hudak said. The Conservatives will balance the budget by reducing the size and cost of government which will encourage businesses to expand and hire, lower taxes, treat affordable energy as a cornerstone of economic growth, cut the more than 386,000 pieces of legislation by a third, fix outdated labour laws and modernize the apprenticeship system to create 200,000 new skilled trades jobs, he said.

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Heron PARK Tennis Club honoured

PROVINCIAL AWARD: Heron Park Tennis Club, a member of the Scarborough Tennis Federation (STF) for 54 years, has been selected by the Ontario Tennis Association (OTA) to receive the Member Club Achievement Award in recognition of its outstanding contribution to tennis in Ontario. The award was presented to the club’s President, Renate Crizzle, at the OTA’s Annual General Meeting on April 13, 2013. Only three clubs out of 240 member clubs in Ontario received the award.

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The select minor novice Scarborough Ice Raiders won the tier 3 championship in the North York Hockey League (NYHL). The team beat the Etobicoke Bulldogs to take the title.

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The team of seven year olds include: Aatesh Kmalakkannan, Adam McDonald, Ali Battaglia, Ethan Lobo, Evan Richards, Findley Michel, Garrett Nystrom, Logan Loveys, Matthew Hodgson, Muhammad Khan, Ross McMullen, Ryan Nichols, Samantha Segarajasinghe, Tyler Gilbert and Tyler Somerville. Ice Raider select director is George Rennie; Team manager is Jennifer Michel. Head coach is Dean Michel. Assistant coaches are Danny Nystrom and Mick McDonald.


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nurses and pharmacology students, will be at the five locations to help identify and dispose of the narcotics properly. The sites are: • Sherway Gardens, 25 The West Mall (southwest parking lot between The Bay and Sporting Life) • 31 Division, 40 Norfinch Dr. • 43 Division, 4331 Lawrence Ave. E. • Loblaws, 396 St. Clair Ave. W. • Nathan Phillips Square, 100 Queen St. W. Drop-off times are between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Personal informaFUTURE SHOP CORRECTION NOTICE tion will not be collected and people can NEWSPAPER RETRACTION FOR THE FUTURE SHOP MAY 3 CORPORATE FLYER We regret to inform customers that select inventory remove or cover up of this product: Nikon Wireless Mobile Adapter (WU-1a, WebID: 10212694), their personal informaadvertised on the May 3 flyer, page 3, may not be compatible with select models (such as D3200, D5200, D7100). Customers can take rainchecks for the effective tion before handing in flyer period until the correct/compatible adapters arrive in-store. Please see Product the medication. Expert for details and/or alternative options. For those wary of law We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused our valued customers.

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Malvern Collegiate celebrates 110th anniversary TARA HATHERLY thatherly@insidetoronto.com

performances from the school’s choir and cheerleading team, greetings Malvernites past and from honourable guests, and a tribute to principal present are celebratLine Pinard, who is retiring Malvern Collegiate ing from teaching. Institute’s 110th anniSaturday events include versary with a two-day party this Saturday and meet-and-greets in decoSunday. rated “decade rooms”, Hundreds of Malvern a daytime dance with graduates will descend on golden oldies played the school at 55 Malvern live by current students, and decade-themed pub Ave. for the event, which features live music, dancnights at local establishing, special presentations ments. and more. At 10 a.m. Sunday, all “I’ve already started residents, Malvernites and getting these very enthunon-Malvernites alike, siastic emails from the are invited to attend a people who are looking memorial ceremony at forward to coming,” said the school’s re-restored Vandra Masemann, past cenotaph. The cenotaph, president of the school’s a First World War monualumni organization, the ment, made headlines in Malvern November Red and 2011 when Black We have all the it was vandalized just Society, yearbooks back to two days which orga1924, and all the after being nized the commencement restored. reunion. Other programs back to reunion “It will be a 1903, so people highlights wonderinclude can look up their guided, ful weekend at relatives, grandparents historiMalvern,” walkand so on. cal she ing tours, – Vandra Masemann added. and an extensive “We archival know that we’re going to have display. one graduate come who “We have been workwent to Malvern in the ing on our archives for 10 1930s – she’s in her 90s – years,” said Masemann. and we’re going to have a “We have all the yearfair number coming who books back to 1924, and were from the 1940s, and all the commencement then the bulk are ‘50s, ‘60s programs back to 1903, so and ‘70s (graduates).” people can look up their relatives, grandparents and so on.” ALUMNI BAND A decade of monthly The festivities kick off archival meetings also Saturday morning with an inspired a new book. opening ceremony featuring the Malvern C.I. ADDED TO BOOK Alumni Band, conducted by Lieutenant-Colonel “We were able to get a Frances Chilton-Mackay, lot more information that an award-winning musiwe could publish in the cian who graduated from book as a result of all our Malvern in 1974, before research, so we thought going on to become the it was a good time to sort first female director of of collect all that information together and do that,” music for The Band of explained Masemann. the Royal Regiment of “We also had put out Canada, the Canadian Force’s most prestigious a Malvern centennial band. book for the hundredth T h e o p e n i n g c e r(anniversary), but now we’ve updated that and emony also features

we’ve added all-new material ... We wanted to be sure to do as much as we could to capture the first 110 years, and to leave that in good shape for the next generations to come.” Scores of student volunteers

will help execute the event, which also features studentmade art and historical displays. What is it about Malvern Collegiate Institute that keeps people coming back for more? A question once posed by

Masemann to the late Duncan Green, Malvern principal from 1973 to 1981. “He said Malvern and its community were like no other he’d ever worked in,” she said. “That the relationship between the school and

the community is very tight, and generations of families have sent their children to Malvern.”

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Arthritis Self-Management Program WHEN: 2 to 4 p.m. WHERE: Agincourt Public Library, 155 Bonis Ave. CONTACT: www.healthylifeworkshop.ca COST: Free Once a week for six weeks in two hour sessions. Tools and knowledge to live with arthritis. 40th Anniversary Blessed Cardinal Newman C.H.S. WHEN: 6:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. WHERE: Blessed Cardinal Newman Catholic High School, 100 Brimley Rd. CONTACT: Lorna Holland, 416-3935519COST: $15 Mass at 6:30 p.m. and a social at 7:30 p.m. Spring Time: A Musical Journey WHEN: 8 to 11 p.m. WHERE: St. Dunstan of Canterbury Anglican Church, 56 Lawson Rd. CONTACT: Monica Walker, 416-458-1585, mwalker@ marsham.ca COST: $10 Scarborough Concert Band takes you on a musical journey.

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Community Garage Sale WHEN: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. WHERE: Lester B. Pearson C.I., 150 Tapscott Rd. CONTACT: Morgan Smith, 416-

396-5892, morgan@mfrc.org COST: Vendor tables $20; keep profits Proceeds to the Pearson School Council Scholarship fund. Sell garage sale items/foods/arts & crafts. Heather Heights P.S & VMA Garage Sale and Community Day WHEN: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. WHERE: Heather Heights Public School, 80 Slan Ave. CONTACT: 416-396-6305 Bake sale, barbecue, games, talent show, face painting and more. Rain or shine. Vendor tables available for $40. Scarborough Garden Society WHEN: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. WHERE: Scarborough Village R.C., 3600 Kingston Rd. CONTACT: www.gardenontario.org, vicnet@rogers.com COST: Free Fund raising plant sale. Maryvale Tennis Club WHEN: 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. WHERE: Maryvale Park, 5 Trestleside Grove CONTACT: Simon Burden, 416 805 8334, COST: Free Opening day: progressive mini-tennis, junior and adult programs and more. Taoist Tai Chi Open House WHEN: 1 to 3 p.m. WHERE: Taoist Tai Chi Society, 2190 Warden Ave., Unit G6 CONTACT: 416-298-1886, scarborough@taoist.org COST: Free

looking ahead ◗ Tuesday, May 14

The Great Masters Art Show WHEN: 6 to 8 p.m. WHERE: Wexford Collegiate Institute, 1176 Pharmacy Ave. CONTACT: Lynda Hattin, 416-396-6874 COST: Free The Wexford Visual/Media Arts Department presents its annual art show showcasing the work of students working in various mediums from painting, sculpture, printmaking and graphic design. Guided afternoon group tours are available Wednesday, May 15 from 2 to 3 p.m. Open to the community. CHECK OUT OUR complete online community calendar by visiting www.scarboroughmirror.com. Read weeks of listings from your Scarborough neighbourhoods as well as events from across Toronto. New classes starting. Scarborough Philharmonic WHEN: 8 to 10:30 p.m. WHERE: Salvation Army Citadel, 2021 Lawrence Ave. E. CONTACT: 416-429-0007, COST: $30 adults, $25 Seniors, $25 Students with ID Features the romantic music of SaintSaens, Rachmaninoff, Respighi and Rimsky-Korsakov.

◗ Sunday, May 12

Epiphany Lutheran Church 50th WHEN: 10:30 a.m. to noon WHERE: Epiphany Lutheran Church, 20 Old Kingston Rd. CONTACT: 416-2845922 COST: Free Lunch to follow service.

◗ Monday, May 13

Meet Author Riel Nason WHEN: 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. WHERE: Eglinton Square Library, 1 Eglinton Square, Unit 126 CONTACT: Cathy Pyper, 416-396-8920, cpyper@torontopubliclibrary.ca COST: Free The Town that Drowned is Riel’s debut novel. It has won many awards and is a finalist for the 2013 Red Maple Awared. Come hear Riel read from her novel and discuss her experiences as a writer. Gentle Fitness on a Chair WHEN: 1:45 to 2:45 p.m. WHERE: St. Paul’s L’Amoreaux Centre, 3333 Finch Ave. E. COST: $ 30 for 10 lessons ($20 for members)

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◗ Monday, May 13

CFUW Scarborough Annual Dinner WHEN: 7 to 10 p.m. WHERE: Bluffers Restaurant, 7 Brimley Road South CONTACT: Lenora Fleming, 416-6905311, flmngl@yahoo.ca COST: $40 Guest speaker is Pat Capone. Agincourt Garden Club WHEN: 8 p.m. WHERE: Knox United Christian Education Centre, 2575 Midland Ave. CONTACT: Bruce Vodden, 416-298-0984 COST: Free Gardening from a hammock. Speakers: Ellen Novak And Dan Cooper.

◗ Tuesday, May 14

The Great Masters Art Show WHEN: 6 to 8 p.m. WHERE: Wexford Collegiate Institute, 1176 Pharmacy Ave. CONTACT: Lynda Hattin, 416396-6874 COST: Free The Wexford Visual/Media Arts Department presents its annual art show showcasing the work of students working in various mediums from painting, sculpture, printmaking and graphic design. Guided afternoon group tours are available Wednesday, May 15 from 2 to 3 p.m. and is open to the community.

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Jane’s Walk in Steeles/l’amoreaux MOSAIC CELEBRATION: An enthusiastic crowd of residents and art lovers gathered in a basketball court at Birchmount and Finch on Sunday afternoon to participate in the fifth annual Steeles L’Amoreaux Jane’s Walk. The resident-led walking tour featured stories of how residents of this priority neighbourhood have come together in recent years to effect positive social change in their community. The centerpiece of the event was the basketball court in the Glendower apartment and townhouse complex where the walk began and ended. The wall surrounding the court is the site of a series of mosaics created by Glendower residents. The mosaic project began in 2007 when residents partnered with Art Starts – an awardwinning community arts organization. Photo/COURTESY


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Toronto Challenge helps city’s seniors Mayor Rob Ford this week urged all Torontonians to take the 2013 Toronto Challenge or, if they can’t, to support people who do. When it comes to rais-

ing funds for the annual fun run and walk, few can match the enthusiasm of Josie Mullens. The Weston woman already has pledges of $1,465 for the

event, which she got, she said, just by walking up to people and asking them to sponsor her for a dollar or more. “I broke my record,” Mullens said this week at

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Bendale Acres in Scarborough. “People give me 20, people give me five, people give me one. It all adds up.” The Challenge, which starts the morning of June 9 from David Pecault Square at Metro Hall is one of the year’s most important events for the 10 city-run long-termcare homes and more than 50 other agencies caring for seniors across Toronto. Michelle Dube, a local broadcaster and the event’s honourary chairperson, said the five-kilometre run and onekilometre walk raises funds for independent living, and

enhances lives in long-term care by helping to buy renovations in city homes or things as simple as books with larger print. Wheelchair trips Mullen, who is 65 and working with the York West Active Living Centre for older adults, said the Challenge provides seniors with “trips, wheelchairs, stuff like that.” Seniors at Bendale - at 302 beds, one of the largest municipal rest homes - were warmed up Monday by Caring Clowns, several

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BASEMENT Menu labelling called FLOODS ARE ON for by Board of Health THE RISE. Chain restaurants in Ontario should be required by law to list calories and salt in their menu items as prominently as they display their prices, Toronto’s Board of Health said recently. Councillors on the board accepted a recommendation from Toronto Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. David McKeown calling on Premier Kathleen Wynne to require such menu labelling for restaurants with 10 or more outlets in Canada or gross revenue of at least $10 million a year. Restaurants would also have to post statements on their menus about calories and sodium recommended daily. The board said if the province has not passed a law requiring menu labels by Sept. 1, McKeown should report back this fall on a pro-

posed city bylaw to enforce the same requirements. In its background information, the city’s health department says calorie and sodium levels are found to “vary widely from restaurant to restaurant,” even for meals which appear similar to customers, because ingredients, portion sizes or side dishes are different. Many chains do provide nutritional information to customers who ask for it, the department says, but “very few people ask.” Residents invited to get creative The Love Your Lentils Canada competition is split into two divisions: food bloggers and home chefs. Home chefs are be asked to take one of Smith’s existing lentil recipes and add their own twist to it, while

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Theatre re-creates South Pacific atmosphere Maria Tzavaras scm@insidetoronto.com

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rom the moment you step into the theatre for Scarborough Music Theatre’s production of South Pacific, it feels as though you are walking back in time and right into this Second World War drama. This is because the cast and crew went above and beyond simply building a set for this show. Instead, they created 12 massive, hand-made palm trees that line the perimeter of the theatre and decorate the stage, as well as several authentic islandinspired set pieces, transporting everyone into the ironic beauty and hardship that was wartime in the beautiful South Pacific. Soldiers and nurses live side by side in this 1943 musical with music and lyrics by Richard Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein II, and book by Hammerstein II and Joshua Logan, that not only depicts the realities of life in volatile and unpredictable wartime, but also the inevitable love stories

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The cast and crew for Scarborough Music Theatre went above and beyond for the current production of South Pacific.

that took place. In this story, nurse Nellie (Jill McMillan) falls in love with a rich French widower, Emile (Mark Tingle), who unbeknownst to her has two young, half Polynesian children, Ngana and Giselle (Venus Crouse, Isabelle Gu). There is also the love story between Lt. Joe Cable (Rob Murphy) and a young island girl,

Liat (Catherine Uy Huculak), whose mother, souvenir-seller, Bloody Mary (Regina Simon), has befriended the Americans, and has chosen Joe to marry her daughter. This show has several uplifting and fun musical numbers such as Nothing like a Dame, where the G.I.’s lament about missing females; and Honey Bun,

a colourful act that Nellie and company perform as part of a Thanksgiving variety show they host. There are also great comedic characters such as Luther Billis (Jason Silzer), who brings the laughter with his coconut bra ensemble and cheeky antics and Bloody Mary, who shines with her funny one-liners as well as beautiful musical numbers like Bali Ha’i. But there are also the more serious scenes with Capt. George Brackett (Jim Hyslop) and Commander William Harbison (Craig Estrella), planning dangerous mission strategies and rallying the men to pull them off. And while the love stories have their sweet and tender moments in musical numbers such as This is How it Feels, a beautiful duet by McMillan and Tingle, and Younger Than Springtime, sung by Murphy and Huculak; the theme of racial prejudice is also woven into the plot because of the taboo nature of interracial marriage and families of that time period. It’s a truly a fun and entertain-

ing snapshot of how people persevered during wartime. The set and costumes create the perfect island atmosphere, and the collective performance is polished, light-hearted and easy to watch. McMillan has a charismatic stage presence and wows the audience with her natural portrayal of nurse Nellie. She also has a unique singing voice that was lovely in solos and duets, especially with Tingle, who plays a romantic and likeable Emile. There is so much talent in this show it would be impossible to list the particulars in detail, but this show is just a delight to watch and an enjoyable performance. Note: this musical is about three hours long, so make sure you are ready to settle in for awhile. South Pacific runs until May 18, 8 p.m., at the Scarborough Village Theatre, 3600 Kingston Rd. Matinees are sold out so one has been added on May 11 at 2 p.m.

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SCARBOROUGH SCULPTURES: Scarborough artist Marilyn Walsh displays some of her works on Sunday at the Blantyre Avenue stop along t h e B e a c h S t u d i o To u r route. Photo/PETER C. MCCUSKER

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City’s most vulnerable students still at risk: report JUSTIN SKINNER jskinner@insidetoronto.com A new report by Social Planning Toronto is asking both the Ministry of Education and the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) to take steps to ensure money earmarked for some of the city’s most vulnerable students is spent as intended. The report, dubbed Triple Threat to Equity: Changing Priorities for Toronto Schools, suggests money given to the TDSB by the ministry through the Learning Opportunities Grant (LOG) is largely being diverted elsewhere. The LOG is intended to ensure proper supports are in place for at-risk students, particularly those in low-income or single parent households, new Canadians and those whose parents did not complete high school. Those students have been shown to be more likely to fall through the cracks.

the board “considerable latitude” in determining how the money is to be spent, he feels it should be clear the board should still use the money for programming for vulnerable students. “In 2011 to 2012, there was

$128 million going in (to the TDSB through LOG funds) but only $40 million going out into the kinds of programs those funds should go to,” he said. Social Planning Toronto executive director John Campey said children

living in poverty and those for whom English is not a first language are falling further behind as funding is diverted away from support programs. A former teacher at Ryerson Elementary School, he noted fund-

ing was once plentiful for support programs. “When I first started there, it was right after amalgamation and there were all kinds of supports,” he said. He left the school board for a spell, returning after five years and said he was “shocked at how much was lost.” Students marginalized Alejandra Bravo, who also sits on the TDSB’s Inner City Advisory Committee and works for Maytree, said by appropriating funds from programs designed to serve ESL students and those living in poverty, the board was further marginalizing those who already may not feel they have a voice. “When we use the money for its intended purposes, we actually have amazing outcomes,” she said. “Denying (marginalized students) those entitlements actually creates an undue barrier to success.” Jarvis Collegiate Institute Student President Ya Chen Liu pointed out at her school, many students benefit from special programming to help those at risk of being left behind in their education. The school serves a diverse population with many new Canadians, and Liu said LOG monies given to the TDSB should actually go toward students in need so they can “have hope to become a success in life.”

Large amount of money “The issue is (the ministry) allocates quite a large amount of money but the (school) boards have a tendency not to use that money for the types of programs it should be used for,” said David Clandfield, former TDSB trustee and TDSB inner city advisory committee member. “When (boards) have trouble balancing their budget, they dip into this funding.” Part of the problem lies in the fact the ministry gives boards latitude as to where the money is to be spent. Clandfield said while the ministry’s own documentation gives

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Local subway extension ‘funded project’, Stintz says Chair of TTC re-affirms new revenue tools under consideration by Metrolinx to fund future transit RAHUL GUPTA rgupta@insidetoronto.com

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TTC chair Karen Stintz takes questions from reporters following her speech Tuesday at the Toronto Region Board of Trade.

Approving the construction of a Scarborough subway extension won’t have any bearing on the fate of other planned city transit projects, said the chair of the TTC. Even if city council votes in favour this week to include an estimated $500 million eastern expansion of the Bloor-Danforth line in a list of transit projects to be paid for by new dedicated taxes and fees, Karen Stintz said the provincial government and Metrolinx would still have to agree to a “scope change” on its planned light rail transit line to replace the Scarborough RT line. “Whatever happens with the Scarborough subway, happens,” said Stintz following her May 7 lunch-hour speech at the Toronto Region Board of Trade (TRBOT). “If council votes to convert the RT into a subway and Metrolinx agrees we can make that scope change, the next question is how we will pay for it. “But it’s not going to displace any other transit project because

it’s already a funded project on the books.” Despite concerns regarding the TTC’s cost estimates for the proposed three-stop underground extension from Kennedy Station to McCowan Road and Sheppard Avenue, Stintz was confident with her staff’s project estimate of $2.3 billion considering the costs to complete a six-station extension of the Spadina line, scheduled for completion in 2016. “We’ll have to do some more work on those numbers, but I stand by the $2.3 billion project estimate,” she said. During her 30 minutes-plus speech to the audience of business and civic leaders in attendance at TRBOT’s downtown headquarters, Stintz reaffirmed her support for new revenue tools under consideration by Metrolinx to fund future transit. Referring to herself as a “fiscal conservative” Stintz said the importance of transit to the Toronto region’s prosperity merited pushing for new dedicated taxes and user fees – even if it meant furthering a divide with Mayor Rob Ford, who vehemently opposes

the proposed revenue tools. “I am frugal when it comes to government spending but I know that transit and subways are not built for free,” she said. “Common sense demands that we find a way to pay for the transit infrastructure we need.” TRBOT CEO Carol Wilding, who introduced Stintz, said it was “happenstance” the chair of the TTC was addressing the Board on the same day city council voted in favour of debating recommendations for the revenue tools. Following the speech, Stintz reaffirmed her support for having the TTC take over BIXI Toronto to save the bike share service which was launched in 2011 and is in danger of defaulting on a $3.8-million loan guarantee from the city due to ongoing cash-flow issues. “What I would ask the TTC to do is look at BIXI in a new light to see whether it can be better integrated and if that makes sense and provides additional service for residents,” she said.

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Scarborough’s Robertson set for lacrosse season NORM NELSON nnelson@insidetoronto.com You would be hard pressed to find any athlete, pro or amateur, with more years in a single organization than Jordan Robertson, who will lead his Toronto Beaches Jr. A lacrosse team into their season and home opener this Monday at Ted Reeve Arena. “I’ve only ever played for the Beaches my whole life,” said the team captain who lives minutes from Ted Reeve Arena at Warden and Danforth avenues in Scarborough. “I think I started playing lacrosse when I was four, I guess. And I’m turning 20 in September of this year so 16 years it’s going on now.” He’s referring to club lacrosse, of course, as he has definitely also provided his lacrosse services to his school, currently with the University of Toronto Varsity Blues and previously with Birchmount Park Collegiate. While his longevity of

points (37 goals, 32 assists) in 20 games in 2012; 58 points (34g, 24a) in 20 games in 2011; and 50 points (24g, 26a) in 22 games in 2010. And last fall, he led his University of Toronto team – which plays field lacrosse (on a football or soccer pitch) as opposed to box lacrosse (which is played in a hockey rink) in scoring with 40 points (29g, 11a) in 12 games and in the process was named a 2012 Canadian University Field Lacrosse Association West Division All-Canadian. He has set the bar high for himself and said it does bring some pressure into the Photo/COURTESY upcoming Jr. A campaign. Jordan Robertson, blue sweater, led his University of Toronto “Yeah, but I think it’s someVarsity Blues field lacrosse team in scoring this past fall. The thing that comes with a little Scarborough resident will be wearing his Toronto Beaches bit more experience in the Jr. A jersey as the team opens the season at Ted Reeve. league. As you get older, you kind of learn the tricks and service is worthy in itself (16 the province – the equivalent you learn how to adapt and I years with one organization – of major junior A for hockey guess your skills grow a little and he’s only 19), his scoring – and he’s led his Toronto bit the more you play. prowess is actually the more Beaches Junior team in scor“And it’s helped the past B:10.375” relevant news hook. ing for all three years he’s season bringing in some The Jr. A league he plays in suited up for them, increasing new talent. It’s not always T:10.375” is the top league for youth in his point totals each year: 69 me, sometimes moreso their S:10.375”

(his teammates’) work than my work.” When asked the highlight of his lacrosse career, so far, however, the multiple team scoring titles did not factor in. “I did win something that’s dear to me and dear to the people in the Beaches – an award called The Jamieson Kuhlmann Award.” The Ontario Lacrosse Association created the award in memory of the young 15-year-old lacrosse player who died in a freak lacrosse accident in May 2008. Kuhlmann had also grown up through the Beaches lacrosse program and was a former Malvern Collegiate student. The Ontario Lacrosse Association created the award for the ‘midget player demonstrating high proficiency in field lacrosse combined with outstanding achievement in citizenship, together with high standards in academics.’ “I think I was 15 when I won that, it was fairly close to when the incident happened

– that was pretty dear to me and sticks out in my mind as a personal achievement.” If there’s been one disappointment, it’s no doubt the lack of post-season action that has predated Robertson’s tenure with the team, but which he said he hopes will change this season. “We’ve got a good core group of guys back – we didn’t lose very many players. We have a lot of players on the team who have a little bit more experience now and kind of know the way the league works and the calibre they have to play to.” The team is also in its second year since an organizational overhaul brought in new management, led by head coach and general manager Bruce Codd. Robertson has lived in the same home all his life, attending Birchmount Park C.I. and Birch Cliff Public School.

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Local tennis clubs prepare for opening day action The Bridlewood Tennis Community Club holds its opening day events on Saturday, June 1. The opening day celebrations take place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The club is located on the south side of Huntingwood Drive, between Warden and Pharmacy avenues. For more information about the club, or to get a membership form, please visit www.bridlewoodtennis.org In other tennis news, the Maryvale

Tennis Club holds its opening day events this Saturday. Activities run from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Maryvale Park courts, 5 Trestleside Gr. For more information on opening day events and the Maryvale Tennis Club, please call 416-805-8334. Scarborough Blues player heads east wformer

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Basketball Association, “I really liked the university, the community spirit,” she said on why she chose the eastern Canadian university. “Everyone in the town really supports the university. There’s a lot of pride there.” The six-foot power forward/wing attended St. Joseph’s College School where she helped lead the downtown Toronto Catholic high school to the city finals in 2012, 2011 and 2010 – earning athlete of the year honours

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REMEMBER WHEN: Right, Jaqueline Douglas, left, and Antoinette Alexander, 1980s grads, look through an old yearbook during Woburn Collegiate’s 50th anniversary celebrations held at the Ellesmere Road high school. Above, Mary Lee Prince, left, and James Sullivan pose for a photo during Woburn Collegiate’s 50th anniversary celebrations.

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MOVING

LOCAL, long distance Packing service, FREE boxes.

www.toromovers.ca

416-844-6683

Flooring & Carpeting CARPET Installed from $1.39/sq.ft. includes pad. Hardwood, Laminate, Ceramic at low prices. 19 yrs experience. Free Estimates. No HST! 416-834-1834 HARDWOOD FLOOR Specialists. Installations, Resanding, Stains. For estimate call Jim 416-284-6243 or 416-561-9502 MAINLY FLOORS Carpet, hardwood, tile from $1.39/sq.ft. installed. Free estimate in GTA. Spring deals!Call 416-873-8043 E: megafloors@live.com

Plumbing

Masonry & Concrete

EMERGENCY?

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

NESO FLOORING Carpet installation starting from $1.29/ sq.ft. Hardwood, laminate at low prices. 26 yrs experience. Free Estimates. Best Price! 647-400-8198

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

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

Clogged drain, camera inspection Leaky pipes Reasonable price, 25 years experience Licensed/ Insured credit card accepted

Free estimate James Chen

647-519-9506 MASTER unclog

PLUMBER drain

plumbing service, new installation, 20 years experience. 647-801-7595 Peter

Handy Person HANDYMANPROFESSIONAL, reliable, reasonable! Renovations, bathrooms, basements, painting, carpentry, flooring, drywall, tiling, decks, fences & more... Call Ken 647-286-2741

Decks & Fences

Landscaping, Lawn Care, Supplies GIL’S LAWN cutting & waterproofing. Call 647-710-6529 SMALL TREE REMOVAL and pruning. Free Estimates! Call Allan for great rates at 416-755-3420.

Appliance Repairs/ Installation #1 APPLIANCES Licensed Refrigeration Contractor, 28 Years Experience, FREE ESTIMATE, 2 YEARS WARRANTY Refrigerator/ Stove/ Washer/ Dryer/ Hot Water Tank/ Furnace/ Air conditioning Robin: 416-418-1821

Appliance Repairs/ Installation

Engaged?

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

Recently married?

Call 416-798-7284 to place your ad

HOME IMPROVEMENT Directory

HOME RENOVATIONS

HOME RENOVATIONS

GAS FURNACES CENTRAL AIR

Full Bath / Kitchen / Basement Finishing Flooring / Painting

Sales, Service, Installations.

Pyramid Home Improvement And Renovation Inc.

(416) 827 5704

www.airflexltd.com 416-439-7155

Pelley Home Improvements • Deck • Fences • Sheds • Interlocking stone • Landscaping 10% Seniors Discount For free estimates call Rick

metro lic. #H16265

PETER’S CONCRETE & BRICK • Resurface and Build new porches • Specialize in flagstone work • Stone facing around the house FREE ESTIMATES 10% Seniors Discount 36 years in Business www.pcbrick.ca

416-953-7607

416-267-2384 LIC. #B23188

APPLIANCE REPAIR/INSTALLATION

ACTIVE HOME IMPROVEMENTS

MARS APPLIANCE REPAIR

Spring Start-Up Special •Windows •Doors •Decks •Bathrooms •Basements Complete Renovation or Repairs

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

All Work Guaranteed! Free Estimate!

Call Garry 416-428-1985

416-451-9040

40 years experience - License#B26

GUARANTEED F������� HIGH QUALITY RENOVATIONS WORK

Want to get your business noticed?

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

FOR A FREE ESTIMATE PLEASE CALL:

416-389-4988

Call 416-798-7284 to plan your advertising campaign today!

www.fairportrenovations.com • lui@fairportrenovations.com

GARAGE SALES GARAGE SALE

Sat. May 11, 9am-4pm, 349 Rouge Hills Dr., Scarborough

2 Nilus Leclerc floor looms - 60 inch and 36 inch, furniture, clothing, household items, vinyl LPs, luggage, electronic accessories.

CONTENTS SALE May 11th & 12th

9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

20 Cathedral Bluffs Dr. (Kingston/ McCowan) Wall units, china cabinets, tools, Thomas organ, furniture, TV’s, housewares, bedroom suites.

MULTI-FAMILY GARAGE SALE.

Saturday, May 11th 8am-2pm 41 Agincourt Drive (Kennedy & Sheppard) Furniture, mirrors, art, toys, books, housewares.

YARD SALE FOR THE CURE

MAY 25, 2013 YARDSALEFORTHECURE.COM

GIGANTIC

CHURCH SALE & BBQ 77 CRAIGLEE DR.

(Kennedy & Kingston)

Sat. May 11th 8am to 1pm

New & gently used items; furniture, toys, clothing, baby items, glassware & more!

Estate Sale

Saturday, May 11

8am 152 Dorset Road, Scarborough (Kingston Road/ McCowan)

Household items, furniture, tools, etc.

Lupin, Crocus & Budea STREET SALE (Warden, south of 401)

Sat. May 11th 8am-1pm

Lots of Variety! Raindate: May 18th.

Garage Sale!

60 Fraserton Cres. Scarborough (off Brimley East, south of Lawrence) Saturday, May 11th 8am-1pm Treadmill, electric lawnmower, furniture, many household items & tools.

MOVING SALE

Delivery questions?

Saturday,

May 11th 9am - 5pm 60 Overlord Cres. (Finch/ Morningside)

Call us at:

416-493-4400 or Email:

distribution@insidetoronto.com

for?

Who are you Vision Realty Inc., Brokerage Event location: 2210 Markham Rd. Unit 1, Toronto Time: 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Call us at 416-321-2228 to donate merchandise. Proceeds go directly to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.

Each office is independently owned and operated.


CARPENTRY

CONCRETE & PAVING

FERGUSON’S WOODWORKING Specializing In Custom Kitchen & Bathroom Cabinets, Wall Units, Etc. Over 30 years experience

From the local residential drive to the commercial sized lot.

416-285-4334

(416) 284-1404

almeidapavinginc.com

CONCRETE & PAVING

EAVESTROUGHS

PAVING COMPANY

Seamless Trough Installation Repair, Cleaning & Leaf Guard Soffit, Fascia & Siding

Eavestrough Solutions

Call (416) 743-6017 I

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Burton Electric Inc.

DIVERSIONS

Free estimates 416-286-2666

E FREAT E

AERATION, 1 LAWN 1X CUTTING or EAVESTROUGH CLEANING

ESTIM

HEATING & COOLING

UNIVERSAL

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

With Each Lawn Care or Contract Lawn Cutting Contract*

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

• 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

416-445-1718

* Restrictions Apply. Call for Details

Call 416-699-4754 S U L L I V A N L A W N . C A

Pat Phillips

www.universalhc.ca

416.577.9380

416 419-1772

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

Low Cost, Low Mint, Non Slip, Decorative Concrete Overlay on existing, poorly done, uneven or tiled Concrete veranda, steps, walkway, patio. etc. All Concrete & Interlocking Works & Repairs www.venetianconstruction.ca

E L E C T R I C

Fuse Panel Upgrade Upgrade 60amp Service to 100amp Pot Lights Installation Remove Knob & Tube Wiring Correct ESA Defects

122 ROSEMOUNT AVE TORONTO T: (416) 317 9710 T: (416) 249 4152 info@trinielectric.ca

Delivery questions?

Pot lights Service upgrades Breakers/Panels FREE ESTIMATES

Call us at:

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

416-493-4400

or Email

distribution@insidetoronto.com

www.insidetoronto.com

YOUR WEEKLY CROSSWORD

Green Lane LA

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• Spring and Fall Clean-ups • Fertilizing, Planting, Lawn Cutting • Seeding, Pruning • Seniors Discount • Free Estimates

SUDOKU (MODERATE)

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.

LAST WEEK’S ANSWERS

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Specializing in Solutions, Service and Satisfaction For dependable, honest & fully guaranteed service call:

ELECTRICAL

Email: anna@multiseal.net Website: www.multiseal.net

LANDSCAPING, LAWN CARE, SUPPLIES LANDSCAPING, LAWN CARE, SUPPLIES

ESA/ACP CONTRACTOR ECRA/ESA # 7005724

Established since 1997 Fully Insured ~ Free Estimates

Asphalt Paving Free Estimates StreetPrint Bonded and Stamped and Insured Coloured Asphalt

ELECTRICAL

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LANDSCAPING, LAWN CARE, SUPPLIES Since 1967!

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

FREE ESTIMATES

MASONRY & CONCRETE

ROOFING

ABU BAKAR BUILDING RESTORATIONS

Eaves, Roof & Animal Removal

Residential and Commercial Masonry Repairs, Concrete Work, Interlocking, Brick Repairs, Tuck Pointing, Parging, Caulking, Waterproofing and More! Fully licensed & insured

416-500-0304 • www.abubakarrestoration.ca •

416-288-0313

PROPERTY SOLUTIONS

Yard Clean Up, Lawn Mowing & Property Maintenance

FOR ESTIMATE CALL

STONE WORK: • Interlock Driveways, Patios, Walkways & Parking Pads • Retaining Walls • Natural Stone & Flagstone

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

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

416.661.9393

Metro License #PH23521

ROOFING

416-629-4607

Lawn Cutting & Clean-ups Seniors Discount! Veteran’s Assistance! Fully Insured! No Contract! Free Estimates!

Call Rick 416-822-9133

Grass Cutting *FREE one month of grass cutting! *up to $25/new clients only

(647)477- 4781 Fully Insured

YOUR PRIVATE GARDENER 416-615-0995

Sandy Bowker, B.Sc. Agr. Landscaping and Lawn Maintenance, Spring Cleanups, Trimming & Pruning, Lawn Seeding or Sodding & Fertilizing 20 years in the GTA

REPAIRS REPAIRS REPAIRS REPAIRS REPAIRS Since 1990

ROOFING REPAIRS Co.

LOW COST REPAIRS EAVESTROUGH CLEANING

• MAJOR & MINOR REPAIRS • SHINGLES • ANIMAL DAMAGE • TRAP DOORS • REMOVAL • EAVESTROUGH REPAIRS • CHIMNEYS • SKYLIGHTS • FLAT ROOFS • GUTTER GUARD • TUCK POINTING • VALLEY REPAIRS • ALL VENTING WORK • PATCH WORK • SOFFIT & FACIA

SAME DAY SERVICE

647-235-8123

REPAIRS REPAIRS REPAIRS REPAIRS REPAIRS REPAIRS

FREE www.CreativeIdeasLandscaping.com ESTIMATE

25% off*

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

CANADIAN

TREE/STUMP SERVICES

ROOF

MASTERS

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

UP TO 15% OFF Lic. # B21358

Fully Licensed & Insured

416-626-0777

www.canadianroofmasters.com

• REPAIRS • VALLEY • FLATS • SKYLIGHTS • TRAPS • ANIMAL PREVENTION /REMOVAL • FLASHING • CHIMNEY CLEANING • VENTING • CAULKING • SOFFIT • FASCIA • ALL EAVESTROUGH REPAIRS • RAcOONS • TUCKPOINTING • CHIMNEY REBUILDS 15% SENIORS DISCOUNTS • SAME DAY SERVICE

EavEstrough 2 STOREY: from 5000 CLEaNINg BUNGALOW: from $4000

416-820-3634

ROOFING DUN-RITE REPAIRS • 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

ALL TYPES OF ROOF REPAIRS 647-857-5656

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

A IDEAL ROOFING INC.

Reliable & Professional Shingling, Flat Roofs, Eavestrough, Soffit, Fascia, Leaky Basements, Interlock. Small Repair & Free Estimate.

To highlight your

Home Improvement Business call

416.798-7284

ESTIMATES FULLY INSURED • FREE• Stump Grinding

• Professional Tree Trimming • Dangerous Tree Removal • Cabling and Bracing • City of Toronto Arborist Reports • Lot Clearing

info@metrotree.ca | www.metrotree.ca

BINS TO YOU

(416) 875-2099 • www.roofdoctoron.com

ROOFERS “R” US INC. ★ Shingles ★ Flat Roof ★ Eavestrough ★ Soft Facia ★ Repairs

Best Work for the Best Price!

WSIB Insured

(416) 508-7505

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

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

416-248-0211

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

Wet Basement? Waterproofing Cracks Sealed 100% Guarantee

Parging Window Wells Interlock Stone

Call 24hr: 647-534-2285 BASEMENT WATERPROOFING LOWER BASEMENT & UNDER PINNING

Since 1993

• Trimming, Pruning & Stump Removal • Cert ed & Insured • Free Estimates

DISPOSAL SERVICE • DRIVEWAY FRIENDLY BINS 4 TO 20 YARD MINI BINS • NIGHTS, WEEKEND DROPS AVAILABLE • KEEP OUR BINS UP TO 7 DAYS NO CHARGE

A Professional Edge Construction & Waterproofing Ltd.

Roof Repair Experts

TREE/STUMP SERVICES 416 875 5538

Danny • 416 845 3909

WASTE REMOVAL

QUALITY ROOF REPAIRS

647 459 8799

416-798-7284

ROOFING

416-839-8449

416-288-8300 416-709-4457 R&Z PLUMBING & HEATING BEST RATES AND SERVICE IN TOWN

Creative IdeaS Landscaping

LAWN CARE: • Garden Design • Landscape Lighting • Sodding & Cutting • Planting & Pruning

WE FIX IT! ALL OF IT! Summer Special

Free Estimates and Seniors Discount Licensed & Insured.

PLUMBING

www.underhill-wecare.com

REPAIRS REPAIRS REPAIRS REPAIRS REPAIRS REPAIRS

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Since 1982 RENOVATION Insured • Guaranteed

Atena Construction 416-854-5156 www.atenaconstruction.com

2012

wanthony@rogers.com

416 - 450 - 3062 Seniors Discount & Arborist Reports available

GTA TREE SERVICE

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

THE WET BASEMENT SPECIALISTS Waterproofing and Foundation Repairs

Interior & Exterior Methods

Licensed & Insured • 35 yrs experience

Call for a free estimate 416-749-2273 • www.basetech.ca

SEAMLESS BASEMENT SOLUTIONS CORP. Wet Basement or Basement Leaking? Experienced Basement Waterproofing Free Estimate, 100% Success & 25 Years Guarantee

Call David: 416-888-6318 www.seamlesswaterproof.com


CLEARANCE SALE NO MONEY DOWN! 2008 CHEVROLET UPLANDER 2009 FORD RANGER SPORT ✓ 7 PASSENGER ✓ AUTOMATIC ✓ AIR CONDITIONING ✓ POWER WINDOWS ✓ POWER DOOR LOCKS ✓ KEYLESS ENTRY ✓ ABS BREAKS

ONLY 65,000KMS

9,888

95

5.99 $

2008 FORD F-150

✓ V8 ✓ AUTOMATIC ✓ AIR CONDITIONING ✓ POWER WINDOWS ✓ ABS BRAKES ✓ POWER DOOR LOCKS ✓ KEYLESS ENTRY ✓ CHROME WHEELS

12,988

2009 FORD EDGE SEL

2010 TOYOTA CAMRY

✓ AUTOMATIC

✓ AIR CONDITIONING

✓ AUTOMATIC ✓ AIR CONDITIONING ✓ POWER WINDOWS ✓ POWER LOCKS ✓ POWER MIRRORS ✓ KEYLESS ENTRY ✓ ABS BRAKES ✓ & MORE

✓ POWER WINDOWS ✓ POWER DOOR LOCKS ✓ POWER MIRRORS ✓ ABS BRAKES ✓ KEYLESS ENTRY ✓ AND MORE

15,988

$

69

$

OR + TAXES WEEKLY 72 MONTHS

15,988

$

18,988

$

69

$

+ TAXES

5.99

WEEKLY 72 MONTHS

2012 FORD ESCAPE

2009 BMW 323I SEDAN ✓ LOADED ✓ LEATHER ✓ SUNROOF ✓ AUTOMATIC ✓ AIR CONDITIONING ✓ POWER WINDOWS/ LOCKS/MIRRORS ✓ ABS BRAKES ✓ KEYLESS ENTRY ✓ ALUM WHEELS ✓ & MORE ✓ STK # A2727

OR

✓ LEATHER SEATS ✓ AUTOMATIC ✓ AIR COND ✓ POWER WINDOWS ✓ POWER LOCKS ✓ POWER MIRRORS ✓ ABS BRAKES ✓ KEYLESS ENTRY

✓ ALUM

OR

5.99 $ 72 MONTHS + TAXES

85

$

WEEKLY

WHEELS AND MORE!

18,998

+ TAXES $ OR WEEKLY 72 MONTHS

75

$

5.99

2010 TOYOTA RAV4

✓ AUTOMATIC ✓ AIR CONDITIONING ✓ POWER WINDOWS ✓ POWER DOOR LOCKS ✓ POWER MIRRORS ✓ ABS BRAKES ✓ KEYLESS ENTRY ✓ AND MORE

ONLY 74,000KMS

16,988

$

75

5.99 $

18,988

OR

WEEKLY

17,988

+ TAXES $ OR WEEKLY 72 MONTHS

85

65 5.99 $ WEEKLY 72 MONTHS + TAXES

$

ONLY 47,000KMS

19,988

5.99 $

ONLY 26,000KMS

OR

89

$

+ TAXES WEEKLY 72 MONTHS

OR

11,988

+ TAXES $ OR WEEKLY 72 MONTHS

69

5.99

17,988

20,988

$

14,988

+ TAXES

+ TAXES $ OR WEEKLY 72 MONTHS

79

+ TAXES $ OR WEEKLY 72 MONTHS

89

+ TAXES $ OR WEEKLY 72 MONTHS

65

5.99

2012 FORD FOCUS TITANIUM ✓ LOADED ✓ NAVIGATION ✓ LEATHER ✓ SUNROOF ✓ AUTOMATIC ✓ AIR CONDITIONING ✓ POWER WINDOWS ✓ POWER DOOR LOCKS ✓ ABS BRAKES ✓ FOG LAMPS ✓ ALUM WHEELS

ONLY 17,000KMS

18,988

5.99 $

2012 FUSION AWD

✓ ALL WHEEL DRIVE ✓ LOADED ✓ LEATHER STEERING ✓ P/ WINDOWS ✓ SUNROOF ✓ AUTOMATIC ✓ AIR COND. ✓ P/LOCKS, MIRRORS ✓ KEYLESS ENTRY ✓ EX RENTAL

ONLY 31,000KMS

✓ 4 DOORS ✓ AUTOMATIC ✓ AIR CONDITIONING ✓ POWER WINDOWS ✓ POWER DOOR LOCKS ✓ KEYLESS ENTRY ✓ ABS BRAKES ✓ EX DAILY RENTAL

5.99 $ WEEKLY 72 MONTHS

65

$

2008 LEXUS ES350

✓ LOADED ✓ LEATHER ✓ SUNROOF ✓ AUTOMATIC ✓ AIR CONDITIONING ✓ POWER WINDOWS/ LOCKS/MIRRORS ✓ ABS, BRAKES ✓ KEYLESS ENTRY ✓ ALUM WHEELS ✓& MORE ✓ STK # A2718

5.99 $

2012 TOYOTA CAMRY

+ TAXES $ OR WEEKLY 72 MONTHS

14,988

5.99 $

2011 ACURA CSX

✓ 4 DOORS ✓ AUTOMATIC ✓ AIR CONDITIONING ✓ POWER WINDOWS ✓ KEYLESS ENTRY ✓ ABS BRAKES ✓ EX DAILY RENTAL

85

+ TAXES

60 72 MONTHS

$

✓ LOADED ✓ LEATHER ✓ SUNROOF ✓ AUTOMATIC ✓ AIR CONDITIONING ✓ POWER WINDOWS ✓ POWER LOCKS ✓ POWER MIRRORS ✓ ABS BRAKES

2011 E-250 ECONOLINE

✓ AUTOMATIC ✓ AIR CONDITIONING ✓ POWER WINDOWS ✓ POWER LOCKS ✓ ABS BRAKES ✓ ONLY 15,000KMS ✓ EX RENTAL ✓ EX US VEHICLE ✓ STK# A2630

OR

✓ AUTOMATIC ✓ AIR CONDITIONING ✓ POWER WINDOWS ✓ POWER DOOR LOCKS ✓ POWER MIRRORS ✓ ABS BRAKES ✓ ALUM WHEELS ✓ KEYLESS ENTRY

13,988

5.99 $

+ TAXES $ OR WEEKLY 72 MONTHS

85 5.99 $ WEEKLY 72 MONTHS

✓ 4 DOORS ✓ AUTOMATIC ✓ AIR CONDITIONING ✓ POWER WINDOWS ✓ POWER DOOR LOCKS ✓ POWER MIRRORS ✓ ABS BRAKES ✓ KEYLESS ENTRY

+ TAXES $ OR WEEKLY 60 MONTHS

65

11,988

+ TAXES

$

OR

2010 MAZDA 3 SPORT GS ✓ SPORT PACKAGE ✓ AUTOMATIC ✓ AIR COND. ✓ P/LOCKS ✓ KEYLESS ENTRY ✓ ALUM WHEELS

2012 FORD FOCUS SE 2010 CHEVROLET COLORADO EXT CAB 2012 TOYOTA COROLLA

ONLY 57,000KMS

$

2010 FORD FUSION SE ✓ AUTOMATIC ✓ AIR CONDITIONING ✓ POWER WINDOWS ✓ POWER DOOR LOCKS ✓ POWER MIRRORS ✓ ABS BREAKES ✓ KEYLESS ENTRY ✓ AND MORE

10,988

+ TAXES $ OR WEEKLY 60 MONTHS

$

Punit (Prince) Sibal General Manager

✓ V6 ENGINE ✓ EXTENDED CAB ✓ AUTOMATIC ✓ AIR CONDITIONING ✓ POWER STEERING ✓ ALUM WHEELS ✓ FOG LIGHTS ✓ & MORE

85

$

OR + TAXES WEEKLY 72 MONTHS

2010 FORD FLEX LIMITED

✓ LOADED ✓ LEATHER SEATS ✓ DUAL SUNROOF ✓ AIR CONDITIONING ✓ POWER WINDOWS ✓ POWER LOCKS ✓ POWER MIRRORS ✓ ALUM WHEELS ✓ FOG LAMPS ✓ ABS BRAKES ✓ KEYLESS ENTRY ✓ ONLY 36000 KMS

22,988

5.99 $

ONLY 36,000KMS

+ TAXES $ OR WEEKLY 72 MONTHS

95

5.99

2012 FORD TAURUS AWD 2010 E-450 CUBE VAN 2012 FORD MUSTANG GT 2010 F150 SUPERCREW LARIAT 4WD 2012 HONDA PILOT TOURING 2012 LINCOLN NAVIGATOR 4WD

✓ ALL WHEEL DRIVE ✓ LOADED ✓ LEATHER ✓ SUNROOF ✓ V6 ✓ POWER SEATS ✓ P/WINDOWS, LOCKS, MIRRORS ✓ ABS BRAKES ✓ KEYLESS ENTRY ✓ ALUM WHEELS & MORE ✓ EX-RENTAL

23,988

$

✓ 16’ BOX PARCEL VAN ✓ AUTOMATIC ✓ V8 ✓ POWER BRAKES ✓ POWER STEERING ✓ AM/FM/CD

ONLY 22,000KMS + TAXES $ OR WEEKLY 72 MONTHS

105

23,988

5.99 $

+ TAXES $ OR WEEKLY 84 MONTHS

105

✓ 5.0 LITRE V8 ✓ GT PACKAGE ✓ LOADED ✓ LEATHER ✓ AUTOMATIC ✓ AIR CONDITIONING ✓ POWER WINDOWS ✓ POWER DOOR LOCKS ✓ ABS BRAKES ✓ ALUM WHEELS ✓ KEYLESS ENTRY

5.99 $

26,988

ONLY 17,000KMS

+ TAXES $ OR WEEKLY 84 MONTHS

99

✓ LOADED ✓ LEATHER ✓ POWER SUNROOF ✓ AUTOMATIC ✓ AIR CONDITIONING ✓ POWER WINDOWS ✓ POWER LOCKS ✓ SIDE STEPS ✓ 20” WHEELS ✓ FOG LAMPS ✓ TOW PKG ✓ & MUCH MORE

5.99 $

28,988

+ TAXES $ OR WEEKLY 72 MONTHS

119

✓ LOADED ✓ LEATHER ✓ NAVIGATION ✓ POWER SUNROOF ✓ DVD PLAYER ✓ 7 PASSENGER ✓ AUTOMATIC ✓ AIR CONDITIONING ✓ POWER WINDOWS ✓ POWER DOOR LOCKS

41,988

5.99 $

ONLY 18,000KMS

✓ LOADED ✓ NAVIGATION ✓ POWER WINDOWS/ LOCKS/ MIRRORS ✓ ABS BRAKES ✓ KEYLESS ENTRY ✓ ALUM WHEELS ✓ EX-RENTAL

ONLY 25,000KMS

150 5.99 $49,888 $179

+ TAXES $ OR WEEKLY 84 MONTHS

+ TAXES OR WEEKLY 84 MONTHS

5.99

PRICES ARE PLUS HST ONLY. IE. $10,000 FINANCED OVER 60 MONTHS, PAYMENTS ARE $50 PER WEEK AND COB IS $1813 VEHICLES MAY NOT BE EXACTLY AS ILLUSTRATED. SEE DEALER FOR DETAILS. *ON SELECT MODELS.

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