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A Toronto company has put its offer for reviving the Guild Inn on the table. Now, it’s for the city to decide if it wants Dynamic Hospitality and Entertainment Group as a partner or not. The city, after closing the former Inn in 2001, tried and failed twice before to attract a private partner capable of restoring or replacing the historic building, once the centre of an artist colony and centrepiece of the 88-acre Guild Park. This time, Dynamic was the only company that pre-qualified to submit a proposal to design, build, finance and operate a restaurant and perhaps also a banquet facility where the Inn now stands. The deadline, extended a few additional weeks last month, was noon yesterday. Members of the city’s Government Management Committee had planned to discuss Dynamic’s bid at their June 17 meeting, in hopes of signing an agreement by August 27. The park property, which gave the Guildwood subdivision its name, was sold to the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority in 1978, and the city assumed responsibility for managing the land and buildings in 1993. Dynamic operates restaurants, nightclubs and comedy clubs and an event theatre in Vaughan, Oakville and Toronto.

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The annual gourmet food and wine fund raiser for Providence Healthcare at Evergreen Brick Works is taking place Wednesday, May 29. Providence Healthcare provides rehabilitation, palliative and long-term care as well as community based programs in the Great Toronto Area. Guests will mix and mingle at the historic brick works as they sample food and wine from

around the world. Tickets are $250 per person and may be purchased by calling 416285-3630. Evergreen Brickworks, 550 Bayview Ave. DIVISION POLICE PICNIC ◗42COMMUNITY

The 16th annual 42 Division Community Picnic is set for Saturday, June 8, at Burrows Hall Community Centre. The picnic features a wide variety of food, entertainment, games, activites and inflatables for children and families to enjoy. The picnic is hosted by the Community Police Liaison Committee and the Chinese Community Police Liaison Co m m i t t e e f o r Toronto police’s 42 Division in north Scarborough. The picnic runs from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. with opening ceremonies set for noon. Burrows Hall Community Centre is located at 1081 Progress Ave., just south of Sheppard Avenue and north of Milner Avenue.

OFFERS PET MICROCHIPS LOCALLY ◗CITY Toronto Animal Services will be offering mobile microchipping for pets this summer at a pair of Scarborough locations. The ‘chip truck’will be at Scarborough Heights Park, 7 Wynnview Ct., from 4:30 to 7:30 on Wednesday, July 17; a n d a t L’Amoreaux Park, 3159 Birchmount Rd., from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 14. Cost for the microchip and a pet licence is $25 for cats and $35 for dogs. For more information, please visit www.toronto.ca/animalservices. KARNIVAL CONTINUES THIS WEEK ◗KONKEL’S

Konkel’s Karnival, hosted by Chuck Konkel who is the federal Conservative Party candidate of record for the ScarboroughGuildwood riding association, continues this week. The carnival will run until this Sunday.

The hours will be noon to 10 p.m. daily. Closes at 6 p.m. on Sunday. The carnival is in the parking lot of the Metro at Markham Road and Eglinton Avenue. DANCE BENEFITS SUNSHINE KIDS Local realtors host their annual Sunshine Kids Foundation fundraising dance on Friday, June 7. The agents put together the fundraising dance and silent auction to raise money to pay for trips and outings for children with cancer. The event will take place at the Cedarbrook Community Centre, 91 Eastpark Blvd., from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. It will feature food, dancing, live entertainment, a cash bar and prizes including a $1,000 door prize. To order tickets, call Norm at 416-522-3534.

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Glen Ravine Public School will play host to Toronto District School Board Trustee David Smith’s Ward 19 Fun Fair next month on June 22. The school is located at 11 Gadsby Dr., in the Brimley Road

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The Agincourt Chess Club meets this Sunday from noon to 6 p.m. The meeting takes place at the L’Amoreaux Community Centre, 2000 McNicoll Ave., at Kennedy Road. Those interested in playing chess are invited to take part. There are no fees, teaching or tournaments. For more information, please contact Alex Knox at 416-4930019, aftert 6 p.m. C.I. BRINGS MUSICAL DOWNTOWN ◗WEXFORD

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SCARBOROUGH’S VOLUNTEER RECOGNITION AWARDS HELPING HANDS: The Mary Centre of the Archdiocese of Toronto’s Jean Witherspoon, left, and Lora Morra, right, accept their awards from Carol Chung during the Scarborough Association of Volunteer Administration’s Volunteer Recognition event held Wednesday at Flipper’s Fish House. At left, Volunteer Toronto’s Jacob Tingling, left, accepts his award from Carol Gamble during the event.

Suspect sought in sex assault Police have released security camera images in the hopes of identifying a sexual assault suspect. Police said a man followed an 18-year-old woman into a building in the Kingston Road and Guildwood Parkway area at about 2:50 a.m. Saturday, May 25. The man then followed the woman into an elevator and sexually assaulted her. The victim didn’t need medical treatment, police said. The suspect is 30 to 32 years old, 5’11” to 6’2” tall with a medium build, a shaved head and a goatee. He wore sunglasses, black shoes, dark

pants and an untucked blue collared shirt over a white T-shirt. MAN CHARGED IN 22-YEAR-OLD CASE A man faces charges in connection with a 22-year-old sex assault case involving a Scarborough girl. Police allege a nine-yearold girl and her five-year-old sister were playing in the lobby of their apartment building in the Warden Avenue and Danforth Road area when a man approached them asking for help finding a place to eat around 2:20 p.m. Feb. 3, 1991.

The man allegedly asked the girls to get in his car and dropped the five-yearold off at a store on Victoria Park Avenue. “The man then drove the nine-year-old to a secluded area and sexually assaulted her,” police alleged in a news release. Forensic DNA evidence collected – at the time – led investigators to identify a suspect, police said. Shane Daniel Garry, 45, of Brampton has been charged with sexual assault, sexual interference, threatening bodily harm, two counts of kidnapping, two counts of forcible confinement and

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Scarborough man faces charges after police discovered an elaborate indoor marijuana grow operation in Oshawa, seizing hundreds of plants. Police said they executed a search warrant at a home on Rockcreek Drive on May 18. One male occupant was arrested without incident.

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pring has sprung: Flowers are blooming. Trees have started to bud. Birds are chirping. And communities across the city are cleaning up parks, and planting community gardens.

What a wonderful way to beautify the community and bring neighbours together with a common goal of making their little part of a big city look great. When a group of like-minded people come together to help make their communities a more beautiful place to live, work and play, the entire city should take note - not just those benefitting from the beauty on their street or neighbourhood. Community gardens like the ones located in Etobicoke’s our view Bell Manor Park, Scarborough’s Community R.O.S.E. Garden, Learn more or community garden initialike the annual North about where tives, York Great Front Gardens Awards, which honour resiyou live dents and organizations that turn their front yards into gardening works of art, all work to help better what makes Toronto such a great place – community. And there are many more gardens and groups across the city, not just those listed above. You can find people planting flowers, plants, and vegetables across the city. These groups, whether organized in an official capacity or just a handful of likeminded neighbours, help elevate the spirit of all Torontonians. A well-loved street, park or community garden can make quick friends of people just enjoying the beauty. And community spirit is infectious, leading more and more people to take ownership of their little part of the city. You see it everywhere. Getting people out and about not only helps build connections between people, but it improves the safety of a community as well. Beautiful places for people to sit, brings people out at night, taking the night back from more nefarious members of our communities. ‘Friends of...’ this park or that park are popping up everywhere. People are taking pride in their neighbourhoods, and community gardens are a great start. Here’s a challenge: find something uniquely horticultural about your neighbourhood, like a native plant species. Maybe even some critters you don’t want hanging around and how best to naturally keep them away from your vegetables. The more you know about your community, the more you will love it.

The Scarborough Mirror welcomes letters of 400 words or less. All submissions must include name, address and a daytime telephone number for verification purposes. We reserve the right to edit, condense or reject letters. Copyright in letters remains with the author but the publisher and affiliates may freely reproduce them in print, electronic or other forms. Letters can be sent to letters@insidetoronto.com, or mailed to The Scarborough Mirror, 175 Gordon Baker Rd. Toronto, ON, M2H 0A2.

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he surest sign that the month of June is just around the corner? Everybody’s talking about going on a diet to help them squeeze into their summer clothes. If you haven’t found the right one yet, I can highly recommend Moe’s Special Made To Order Only Diet. You can’t beat it. This is how it works. You go to Moe’s Deli every day for lunch, order the special and then watch those pounds and inches melt away. Corned beef special Jamie: “Hey, Moe. Corned beef special, please.” Moe: “Coming right up, pardner. Hot corned beef or cold corned beef?” Jamie: “So hot it sizzles.” Moe: “Hand-carved or machine sliced?” Jamie: “Technology can’t

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Metrolinx’s priorities questioned To the editor: I was watching the May 8 Toronto council meeting on television. During this session Scarborough Southwest Councillor Michelle Berardinetti and others made a presentation to council on the virtues of the BloorDanforth subway extension to McCowan Road and Sheppard Avenue East. It will decrease passenger travel times, beating the LRTs best estimates and it will be able to carry more people, easily exceeding the capacity of the LRT by some millions of riders per year. So what is not to like about this radical and crazy idea? When I read Rahul Gupta’s transit article, Thursday, May 9, (Local subway extension funded project, Stintz said) I began to wonder if Metrolinx might be the one to not like it. TTC Chair Karen Stintz, inner city councillor and lucky benefactor of the underground portion of the LRT, said Metrolinx has to agree

to a ‘scope change’ before the subway extension can be built. I think she has forgotten one simple fact - she, as well as Metrolinx and the provincial government that created it, all work for the taxpayers. We tell them what we want, not the other way around. When did we surrender our rights to some provincially funded agency? Our Scarborough MPPs say they are in our corner when it comes to adding subway stations to improve transit in Scarborough. By their underwhelming lack of action on this matter, they are showing us they are powerless to help. Is it really because they don’t want to interfere with Toronto council’s decisions or are they working on a completely different agenda than we are? The sad fact is that it has been due to provincial interference that we find ourselves in this stupid situation once again. So after 30-odd years,

what have Scarborough residents got to show for our wasted tax dollars? Same need for a subway extension, same destination, same provincial interference, same stupid. I would think the cost savings to Metrolinx by not having to build their ‘streetcar’ tracks all the way past Kennedy Road would be substantial, maybe even enough to bury the useless Crosstown LRT like the original plan called for. They would save the province a lot of money and more people would get to where they want to go faster. That was the reason behind the creation of this ridiculous provincial transit bureaucracy wasn’t it? So why wouldn’t Metrolinx agree to a scope change? They could do so very easily unless, the provincial government doesn’t like being moved from out of the spotlight as they try to once again justify their existence. But then again maybe I’m just being cynical. Chris Belfontaine

TTC taking over GO has reader laughing To the editor: Re: ‘TTC should take over GO Transit: Byford says,’ News, May 14. I was amazed when I read that TTC CEO Andy Byford made the suggestion the TTC could run GO transit. When I stopped laughing, it dawned on me the man was serious. I can picture the solutions that he and TTC Chair Karen Stintz would come up with - to relieve the pressure on the Yonge subway, run a LRT

line up the middle of Yonge Street from Union Station to Barrie, that will really get things moving. As for east and west, run an LRT line east from Victoria Park station, along the Danforth, to Highland Creek then out Hwy. 2 to Oshawa; for the west end run another LRT from Union Station down to the Lake Shore and then on to Hamilton, and circle up to Milton. This would get rid of those pesky GO trains that run

on their own rights of way and don’t cause congestion on roads that are already crowded. You can almost see the congestion on the roads clearing up as if by magic because of the LRT lines. Until such time as the TTC becomes “the better way”, would Mr. Byford best spend his time clearing up the Toronto transit mess before he sets his sights on the rest of the GTA. James Braney

Cost of bus bicycle racks is quite high To the editor: Re: ‘Where would bikes go if not on racks,’ Letters, May 14. I am a frequent bicycle rider, riding five kilometre to work each day. Letter writer David Louie implies

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Three Scarborough intersections have been named among the 10 most dangerous in Toronto according to a recent survey. Above left is the intersection of McLevin and Neilson. Above centre is the intersection of Brimley and St. Clair. Above right, the intersection of Steeles and Ashcott.

Three local intersections among worst in city MIKE ADLER madler@insidetoronto.com

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here Ashcott Street meets Steeles Avenue, a noon-hour’s traffic into the corner plaza was light and pedestrians limited to the occasional jogger or family with a stroller. But during the morning rush, when the sun shines brightly into the eyes of drivers, the intersection is the most dangerous in Scarborough to cross on foot. Pedestrians in the middle of Ashcottt and Steeles are hit in each of three most common ways: by vehicles turning left, turning right or in some cases going straight through as pedestrians are caught crossing against the light. Into the sun “Left turn incidences have occurred in the morning when drivers are turning into the direction of the sun,” said a city report ranking the intersection between Midland Avenue and Brimley Road as third-worst in Toronto for pedestrian safety. A “common theme” in its accident history from 2007 to 2011 is drivers from the Upper Chartwell subdivision “rushing to make the light to turn onto” Steeles, added the report to councillors on the city’s public works and infrastruc-

Left turn incidences have occurred in the morning when drivers are turning into the direction of the sun. – City report on the Ashcroft and Steeles intersection

ture committee last week. The committee approved immediate measures to make Ashcott and Steeles, as well as at nine other “highest priority intersections” across the city, safer. So far, Scarborough’s worst is slated to get painted zebra markings and stop bars, plus “push button” signs for pedestrians and others reminding drivers “Turning Traffic Must Yield to Pedestrians.” (Toronto owns both sides of Steeles Avenue.) Move TTC stop It’s just $7,000 worth of improvements, but the report said more could be done, including moving a TTC stop to where it’s more visible to drivers in the glare of the morning sun. A television report brought a list of “100 most dangerous intersections” to city attention last June, comparing accident reports from 2000 to 2009 at signalized intersections with more than 500 pedestrians crossing during peak periods.

City staff recalculated a Top 10 using the most recent five years of reports. Ranked fourth on this new city-wide list is Neilson Road and McLevin Avenue, a busy set of corners between a medical centre, apartment buildings and Malvern Town Centre. The intersection racked up 78 collisions of all sorts, including vehicle-to-vehicle, from 2007 to 2011. Four of the six involving foot traffic occurred during left turns onto Neilson “due to failure by drivers to yield to pedestrians,” said the report, which called the “elderly demand score” of Neilson and McLevin very high, 4.5 out of a maximum of five. It recommended repainting zebra markings and extending medians on the north and south legs farther into the intersection, which would “guide left turning vehicles to make turns at tighter angles and slow down and notice the pedestrians.” St. Clair Avenue and Brimley Road is close behind as a pedestrian hazard, ranking fifth in Toronto. Speeding The report noted the intersection has capacity “well above current demand, which may contribute to speeding,” and that there are six transit stops and a

medical centre close by. The “elderly demand score” at St. Clair and Brimley is high, four out of five, and unusually, most incidents with pedestrians happened as vehicles were driving straight through. Immediate remedies include a “Turning Traffic Must Yield to Pedestrians” sign and possibly zig zag pavement markings used in the United Kingdom “for increasing attentiveness and reducing speed.” Consultation, funding There are also ideas to make each of these intersections safer in the mid and long-term, but the city cautions these might require public consultation, approval by Scarborough Community Council and more capital funding. At Ashcroft and Steeles, for example, Transportation Services suggests testing a “leading pedestrian interval” to protect walkers from right-turning vehicles, along with a “No Right Turn on Red” regulation for northbound drivers. There are other initiatives underway to promote pedestrian safety in Toronto. They include an Integrated Traffic Safety Strategy which can supply “continuous” safety reviews for all road users, finding problem areas and judging how well solutions work.

TORONTO’S 10 MOST DANGEROUS INTERSECTIONS 1) Sheppard Avenue East and Ambrose Road/Provost Drive (North York) 2) St. Dennis Drive and Deauville Lane (North York) 3) Steeles Avenue East and Ashcott Street (Scarborough) 4) Neilson Road and McLevin Avenue (Scarborough) 5) St. Clair Avenue and Brimley Road (Scarborough) 6) Ronscesvalles Avenue and Fermanagh Avenue/High Park Boulevard (Toronto) 7) Steeles Avenue East and Strawberry Hills Drive (Scarborough) 8) Rexdale Boulevard and Queen’s Plate Drive (Etobicoke) 9) Wilson Avenue and Allingham Gardens/King High Avenue (North York) 10) Keele Street and Annette Street (Etobicoke and Toronto)


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in Clay Group exhibit wExploration An Exhibition by the Explorations in Clay Group is on display at Cedar Ridge Gallery until May 30. The exhibit features clay and sculptural works by the Tuesday Clay & Sculpture Group, a diverse group of artists who share a passion for an ancient and ageless form of creative expression – creating in clay. For more than 10 years, these artists have worked side by side at Cedar Ridge studio, sharing ideas and laughter. Totems are plants or animals, objects or symbols that connect the human spirit to the physical world. The Cedar Ridge Creative Centre is located at 225 Confederation Dr. Please call 416-396-4026 for more information. Opera Company at school wCanadian

On Thursday, June 6, at 5:15 p.m. at St. Margaret’s Public School, Scarborough children will perform their own original mini-opera. The production is part of the Canadian Opera

angeline mair arts beat Company’s After School program, and is a celebration of its first year in partnership with the Boys and Girls Club of East Scarborough. Over the course of three 10-week sessions in this last year, young people between the ages of 7 and 12 have been introduced to all aspects of opera including singing, acting, lighting, directing, set and costume design. St. Margaret’s Public School is at 235 Galloway Rd. Shout Sister! spring concert slated wShout Sister! Choir Spring Fundraiser Concert for Grace Pascoe Care Centre Food Bank takes place Tuesday, June 11, at 7 p.m. doors open 6:30 p.m. Kingston Road United Church, 975 Kingston Rd. This is an all-ages show. Tickets are $5 plus a non-perishable food item. Children under eight years old are free. Tickets are available from

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Free workshop WHEN: Noon to 1 p.m. WHERE: The Scarborough Hospital, 3050 Lawrence Ave. E. CONTACT: Danielle Milley, dmilley@tsh.to COST: Free A workshop on housing. Culture Days WHEN: 2 to 3:30 p.m. WHERE: Scarborough Arts Council, 1859 Kingston Rd. CONTACT: Susan, 416698-7322 COST: Free Volunteer movement to raise awareness in the arts. RSVP to Susan.

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Canterbury Creative Arts 2013 WHEN: today and tomorrow from 1 to 9 p.m.; Saturday at 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. WHERE: St. Dunstan of Canterbury Anglican Church, 56 Lawson Rd. CONTACT: Laurie, 416-283-1844 COST: Free A group of 21 artists present their work in a juried art show.

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The Singing Pilgrims WHEN: 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. WHERE: Salvation Army Citadel, 2021 Lawrence Ave. E. CONTACT: Stan Williams, 416-438-8552 COST: Free Annual Spring Concert

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Seniors Book Club WHEN: 2 to 4 p.m. WHERE: Albert Campbell District Library, 496 Birchmount Rd. CONTACT: 416-396-8890, COST: Free May 31: De Nero’s Game; June 28: The Brain That Changes Itself. Euchre Night WHEN: 7 to 9 p.m. WHERE: Church of the Master United Church, 3385 Lawrence Ave. E. CONTACT: 416-4310333 COST: $6 /player Includes prizes, refreshments and fun. Wheelchair accessible. Support attendants free or $6 to play.

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Lawn Sale WHEN: 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. WHERE: Church of the Master United Church, 3385 Lawrence Ave. E. CONTACT: Gladys or Clara, 416-431-0333 COST: Free Individual lawn sale tables, snacks and baking. Springfest WHEN: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. WHERE: Birchcliff Bluffs United Church, 33 East Rd. CONTACT: Sue, 416-694-408 COST: Free Baked goods, plants, barbecue, gently used household itemsand more Lawn Sale WHEN: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. WHERE:

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Speaking of Bones WHEN: 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. WHERE: Eglinton Square Library, 1 Eglinton Square, Unit 126 CONTACT: Cathy Pyper, 416-396-8920, cpyper@torontopubliclibrary.ca COST: Free Join us for a discusson on what osteoporosis is, risk factors and how to manage osteoporosis through nutrition, exercise and medication. Registration required.

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. St. Mark’s United Church, 115 Orton Park Rd. CONTACT: Art Nicholson, 647-280-3391, art@tailung.com COST: Free Yard and plant sale Craft Market and Antique Car Show WHEN: 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. WHERE: Scarborough Village Community Centre, 3600 Kingston Rd. CONTACT: Jan Morgan, 416-3964051 COST: Free Scarborough Village Seniors hosts a craft sale, flea market and antique car show. Luncheon selection available. Agincourt Lawn Bowling open house WHEN: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. WHERE:

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20th Annual Caribbean Gala WHEN: 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. WHERE: Tropicana Community Services, 670 Progress Ave. Unit 14 CONTACT: Cindy Harlow, events coordinator, 416-439-9009 COST: $150 Themed Balia i Ritmo. An evening inspired by Caribbean dances and rhythms. Silent auction, a threecourse Caribbean-style dinner, live entertainment by Ballet Creole, the

SOLO Dance Club WHEN: 7 p.m. to midnight WHERE: Cedar Brook Community Centre, 91 Eastpark Blvd. CONTACT: Pat, 416447-1537 COST: Free Couples and singles dancing. Saturday Night Dance WHEN: 7 p.m. to midnight WHERE: BirkdaleCommunity Centre, 1299 Ellesmere Rd. CONTACT: 416-3964069 COST: $6, includes refreshments

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YMCA Healthy Kids Day WHEN: 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. WHERE: YMCA Scarborough, 230 Town Centre Court CONTACT: 416928-3362 COST: Free All YMCA health and fitness centres in the GTA will be open to the community.

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Chinese Cancer Support Group WHEN: 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. WHERE: St. Paul’s L’Amoreaux Centre, 3333 Finch Ave. East CONTACT: Kenneth Nunney, 416-493-3333 COST: Free Support group for all adults 55 and over who have been diagnosed with cancer and are at any stage of the disease. In Cantonese and Mandarin.

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>>>from page 1 in the civic centre’s council chamber at 7:45 a.m. Time slots after mid-afternoon Friday and in the evening were largely untouched. The hospital has posted a d e l e g a t e l i s t ( w w w. tsh.to/img/Expert%20 Panel-Delegation%20ListMay-27-2013.pdf ) it will update before the meeting, she said.

First come, first serve “We are scheduling on a first come, first serve basis.” No one on the eight-member panel currently works at TSH but its members include an emergency department physician, an obstetrician, a surgeon, a registered nurse,

an anesthesiologist, a midwife and a woman who runs a support service in Scarborough for seniors and persons with disabilities. The hospital last week announced a joint Integration Leadership Committee with the LHIN and Rouge Valley Health System which will incorporate findings of the expert panel and could potentially produce more extensive changes to Scarborough’s hospitals in the near future. The LHIN says that committee will also consult the public.

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All-way stop approved near school Parents and staff of Sir Ernest MacMillan Senior Public didn’t agree with City of Toronto findings about traffic in front of their Agincourt school, so they did their own survey. And in a recent meeting, Scarborough councillors agreed to what they wanted, an all-way stop on Huntsmill Boulevard at the east intersection of Springhouse Square. In a letter this month, Earnest MacMillan principal Doug McNeill and parent council chairpersons Nancy Mohammed and Jane Park said the city’s earlier traffic report “does not accurately reflect the pedestrian safety concerns we have.” A team of students counted traffic and students crossing the road for four days last month. At Scarborough Community Council recently, councillors approved the all-way stop without debate.

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Given the rather astounding turns that events at Toronto City Hall have taken in the past week, it’s probably impossible to set an accurate agenda for this coming week. But business does go on, even for embattled Mayor Rob Ford. Today, his executive committee meets – at a meeting that if he’d had his way, would have included a late-in-themonth debate on transit revenue tools. But city council seized that issue and dealt with it at its May meeting. OF CITY WARDS DISCUSSED ◗RESHAPING

The executive committee will be debating the shape of city councillors’ 44 wards – or at least a process for reshaping them. Staff are recommending that the city hire a consultant to review new ward boundaries, based on changing demographics. The process of setting boundaries is always politically fraught – if politicians get too deeply involved, the result can be gerrymandering in such a way that gives

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Dinner is also on the menu at executive committee – in particular, a proposal to add a dinner break to council’s marathon meetings. Scarborough East Councillor Paul Ainslie said that the city should set a halfhour break between 6 p.m. and 6:30. As matters stand, council’s afternoon/evening session runs from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. without a break. Ainslie argues that the Employment Standards Act requires employees to have a meal break after five hours at work. SAFETY MOTION CONSIDERED ◗BIKE

A motion from Toronto Centre-Rosedale Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam will also

be up at executive committee, to ask that the province require vehicles to leave one meter of space when passing cyclists. The matter is strictly speaking out of the purview of council – the Ministry of Transportation must approve the change, amending the Highway Traffic Act and revising the Ontario Driver’s Handbook. But council can make the request, if executive committee recommends that it do so. EXAMINES ABSENTEEISM ◗COMMITTEE

Tomorrow the city’s audit committee will look at a plan to study staff absenteeism. The study will be conducted in the Auditor General’s Continuous Controls system for monitoring various city expenses. The program was initiated in 2011, initially looking at employee overtime and mileage reimbursements. The auditor general began examining staff absences in January of 2013.

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Gas tax, commercial parking levy among revenue tools to be presented to province RAHUL GUPTA rgupta@insidetoronto.com Metrolinx’s board of directors unanimously approved recommendations for creating new taxes and fees to fund $34 billion in transit improvements across the GTHA over the next 15 years. The decision was made at Metrolinx’s board meeting yesterday morning. Tasked with providing the Liberal government of Premier Kathleen Wynne with advice on how to pay for its $50 billion Big Move plan, the provincial transportation planning agency released its long-awaited Investment Strategy (http:// www.metrolinx.com/en/ regionalplanning/funding/ investment_strategy.aspx) report at the board meeting. The report includes a recommendation to establish four main “revenue tools”,

dedicated taxes and user fees to go directly toward transit construction of priority projects to be completed within 15 years. Announced by Metrolinx CEO Bruce McCuaig at a press conference at the Toronto Reference Library, the tools are: a one per cent increase to the regional HST bringing in $1.3 billion annually; a parking levy of 25 cents per parking space charged to commercial lot owners which would raise $350 million; a GTHA-wide five cent gas tax for $330 million in dedicated revenue; and an increase in development charges to 15 per cent for a yearly return of $100 million. The revenue tools add up to $2 billion per year, which is the level of funding Metrolinx says its needs to complete the Next Wave projects, which include two subways benefitting Toronto. If implemented by the province, the four taxes and

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Metrolinx CEO Bruce McCuaig, left, and Metrolinx chair Rob Prichard speak at yesterday’s press converence.

appointees to be nominated by municipalities, and instituting a 10-year review of the taxes which would have a renewable term of 20 years. Metrolinx is set to formally deliver the report to

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ON NEWSTAND CONTRACTS ◗AMENDMENTS At a meeting Friday, May 24, the TTC board agreed to approve an amended contract for the operation of subway station newsstands, which came under scrutiny following criticism from Mayor Rob Ford. The new deal with Tobmar Investments reduces the size of the contract to operate the Gateway newsstands and convenience stores from 10 to four years after which the contract must be put to public tender. STATION CLOSURE STARTS IN JUNE ◗PAPE

Following a customer survey, the TTC announced it is closing Pape subway station for an extended amount of time in June to complete renovation work ahead of schedule. Beginning on Saturday, June 15, there will be no buses or subways at the station until the start of service June 27. During that time, construction crews are expected to complete the bulk of the modernization work, which includes

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Local cycling groups celebrated the start of Bike Month yesterday. The region-wide initiative is an undertaking of groups such as Cycle Toronto and Smart Commute, which is supported by Metrolinx, as well as other organizations who want more residents to rely on pedal power to get around the city. Bike Week began with Bike to Work Day which saw several groups take part in organized rides, including one from the intersection of Yonge and Bloor streets to Nathan Phillips Square where a pancake breakfast was served. Daily events include various events: races, bike tours, seminars and repair workshops.

For more details about events, visit www.bikemonth2013.ca QUAY STREETCAR WORK CONTINUES ◗QUEENS

Work continues on a new streetcar right-of-way along Queens Quay. Construction crews continue to demolish the existing track corridor along the waterfront’s most prominent street between Lower Spadina Avenue and Yo Yo Ma Lane. They are expected to begin backfill and repaving work starting next week. On Monday, May 27, TTC crews began to deliver streetcar rail materials to a staging site which must be welded together before they are installed and electrified by the end of the year. The work is part on going renovations of Queen’s Quay expected to be completed sometime in 2014. Rahul Gupta is the Mirror’s transit reporter. His column runs every Tuesday. Reach him on Twitter: @TOinTRANSIT

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their valuable contributions and wishes them the best in their future endeavours. Mayor Rob Ford’s two media Sunny Petrujkic will be the handlers have left his office, interim Press Secretary until reportedly having resigned further notice.” from their jobs yesterday Following the statement, afternoon. Mayor Ford spoke briefly with Gone are Press Secretary reporters. George Christopoulos He said he only learned of the departures at noon. and Special Assistant“I want to inform you that Communications Isaac Ransom. George Christopoulos and Isaac Ransom have decided to Sunny Petrujkic, who has served as Mayor Ford’s Senior go down a different avenue,” Policy Advisor and Director of he said. Council Affairs, will serve as “I was informed of this approximately 12 noon today. the acting press secretary. The change in staffing was I wish them the best in their confirmed by a three-line future endeavours. I want statement from the mayor’s to thank them for working office. hard.” The statement reads: Christopoulos and Ransom’s departures mark “Effective immediately, George Christopoulos and the second and third senior Isaac Ransom are no longer staff member to leave Mayor employed in the Office of the Ford’s office since allegations The quote Mayor thanks emerged that he was filmed 10.375” Mayor. x 5.71”) with name, “TODAY” smoking crack cocaine by both George and Isaac for

an alleged drug dealer in Rexdale. Last week, Mayor Ford fired his chief of staff Mark Towhey, following Ford’s dismissal as coach of the Don Bosco Eagles. Ford wouldn’t speak to the details of any of the departures. “I don’t want to get into personnel issues — I never get into personnel issues,” he said. “It’s maybe better for them to answer that. I just want to thank them for their work. I always told everyone who’s ever worked with me be it at Deco Labels or at city hall. This is a huge stepping stone — I have a young staff, but I’m not going to hold anyone back from moving on to future endeavours.”

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active@insidetoronto.com McNicoll Ave., 1:30 p.m.) w (E) Semifinal #2 (Winner of A vs Winner of B) T.B.A. vs. T.B.A. (L’Amoreaux Diamond #2, 2000 McNicoll Ave., 1:30 p.m.) w Final (Winner of D vs Winner of E) T.B.A. vs. T.B.A. (L’Amoreaux Diamond #1, 2000 McNicoll Ave., 3:15 p.m.) GIRLS SOCCER SOUTH REGION – VARSITY –TIER 2 WEDNESDAY MAY 29 w Finals – T.B.A. vs. T.B.A. (Birchmount Park Stadium, 93 Birchmount Rd. 2:30 p.m.) BOYS SOCCER – CITY CHAMPIONSHIP REGION – JUNIOR TUESDAY MAY 28 w Jr. City Final – Silverthorn vs. East York (Cherry Beach - West, 275 Unwin Ave., 9 a.m.) BOYS SOCCER – 3A CITY CHAMPIONSHIP REGION SENIOR TIER 1 TUESDAY MAY 28 w 3A City Final – Jarvis vs. Silverthorn (Cherry Beach - West, 275 Unwin Ave., 1 p.m.) BOYS SOCCER – 4A CITY CHAMPIONSHIP REGION SENIOR TIER 1 TUESDAY MAY 28 w 4A City Final – North Albion vs. East York (Cherry Beach - West, 275 Unwin Ave., 3 p.m.) BOYS SOCCER – 1A/2A CITY CHAMPIONSHIP REGION SENIOR TIER 1 TUESDAY MAY 28 w 1A/2A City Finals –Ursula Franklin vs. Vaughan Road (Cherry Beach - 11 a.m.)

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TAKING A LEAP R.H. King Academy’s Deandre Smith, left, and Agincourt Collegiate’s Calvin Ku leap for a long toss during high school Tier 2 Ultimate Frisbee action at R.H. King last Thursday. Agincourt went on to win the game 5-3. Photo/JAMES MACDONALD

GIRLS SOCCER –EAST REGION VARSITY TIER 1 TUESDAY MAY 28 w City Championships – T.B.A. vs. T.B.A. (Cherry Beach - East, 275 Unwin Ave., 2:30 p.m.) GIRLS SOCCER –EAST REGION VARSITY TIER 2 TUESDAY MAY 28 w Quarter-Final A – T.B.A. vs. T.B.A. (2:30 p.m.)

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UPCOMING GAME In Central Girls Soccer League action, the Scarborough United U12 Swarm girls are hosting the Oshawa Kicks Attack on Tuesday, June 4, at 7 p.m. at Clairlea Park.

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Scarboro Figure Skating Club’s annual ice show ON THE ICE: At top right, Canadian national team members Kharis Ralph, left, and Asher Hill perform during the Scarboro Figure Skating Club’s annual ice show Friday evening at the Scarborough Centennial Recreation Centre. Above centre, Ken Chen, 10, performs a solo. Above left, Isabelle Barnes and Matthew Snowdon skate. At left, Kate Hianik gives a solo performance. And at right, Brianna Lactam, 5, skates with her teammates.

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‘Wonderful life’ of Mama Lu remembered MIKE ADLER madler@insidetoronto.com

staff - about the organization. As a child, Lu saw her parents and grandparents helping the poor in Shanghai, she said in a 2007 interview. After the family settled in Taiwan, Lu met her husband, Lu Wu Che, while asking for charitable contributions in the offices of Taiwan’s highway bureau, where they both worked.

Helen Lu, a founder of the Yee Hong Centre for Geriatric Care who walked fast and put in long days during five decades of charity work in Toronto, died in her North York home this month. She was 82. The daughter of a wealthy Shanghai family, Lu was better known to thousands as Mama Lu, a tireless and engaging woman who could gather large sums for causes ranging from a local hospital to earthquake relief in Haiti. Lu raised $50,000 for Yee Hong’s 2010 Dragon Ball by selling $20 raffle tickets. Community educator She raised $25,000 over two years for a video to educate the city’s Chinese community on heart disease and stroke, and then distributed it herself. Lu died May 15 after an eightmonth battle with cancer, “during which she was always planning and discussing ideas for fund-raising for

Personal service

Helen Lu, a founder of the Yee Hong Centre and known to all as Mama Lu, died earlier this month at the age of 82.

Yee Hong,” the Yee Hong Community Wellness Foundation said in a release, adding during six weeks there Lu told everyone on her floor at Princess Margaret Hospital - from doctors to visitors and housekeeping

It was after the couple emigrated to Canada in 1969 that Lu saw her personal service as a way of returning a favour from her new adopted home: a counsellor in an employment office signed her up for $40 a week in support so Lu could look after her two children while taking a one-year course. “I asked if they could kindly send me to school to learn some English. I said I will do something good for the country,” she recalled in a 2010 interview. Lu got work as a clerk with Canada Customs, where fellow employees noticing her busy, purposeful movements gave her the nickname Mama.

Years later, she said, people in the Chinese community started calling her Mama Lu in tribute to her charity work. Upon her retirement, Lu worked “more than full time” as a Yee Hong volunteer, but still steered some of her energies to other causes. She was a founding director of the Chinese Canadian Council of the Heart and Stroke Foundation, starting the Heartbeat News in 1993 and initiating the foundation’s Sing For Your Heart fundraising gala. Lu “had a profound impact on the Chinese community’s knowledge of heart disease and stroke,” a post by the organization said last week. “She constantly reached out to the Chinese community and created opportunities for disseminating vital health information.” Yee Hong, however, said out of all the causes Lu helped, “she breathed Yee Hong, the organization that she so proudly and so fondly called her home,” and the Yee Hong Foundation said she leaves “an unforgettable legacy” in “those whose lives she touched and changed for the better.” Lu’s efforts earned her dozens

of awards, including Order of Ontario, the Ontario Medal For Good Citizenship and Yee Hong Foundation’s Golden Ray. Urban Hero In 2010, The North York Mirror and Metroland Media Toronto named her as an Urban Hero. Lu had beaten adversity in the past. As a child, she walked to escape the Japanese occupation of Shanghai into Sichuan where, Lu remembered in 2007, she was stalked by a tiger until someone pulled her to safety. In Canada, she survived a serious car crash on Hwy. 401 which left her unable to walk or stand, but fully recovered after two years. After her funeral service in Markham on Sunday, Yee Hong’s Scarborough Finch Centre hosted a reception “celebrating the wonderful life of Mama Lu.”

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Lu’s family has asked people to donate to Yee Hong online (www. yeehong.com) or by calling the foundation at 416-321-0777.

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