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FATIMA SCORES: Dante Forchione-Walker celebrates a goal for Scarborough’s Our Lady of Fatima as they face East York’s Canadian Martyrs in the Toronto Catholic District School Board’s south boys elementary indoor soccer championship earlier this week. Our Lady of Fatima won the game 4-2.

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A Toronto casino has become controversial, but Paul Godfrey wants people to trust him when he says it will be good for the city. After all, Godfrey reminded Agincourt residents at a meeting Wednesday night, he was chairman of the former Metropolitan Toronto government, a publisher, a media executive and president of the Toronto Blue Jays before Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty asked him to run the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation. And at this stage, “why would I want to do something to bring something awful to the city?” he asked at L’Amoreaux Collegiate. “I don’t want to make this the one black mark on my life,” Godfrey added. “I take pride in what I do.” Charged with carrying out a “modernization” plan to boost OLG’s $2 billion-a-year take for the provincial coffers by $1.3 billion, Godfrey said he thinks a decision on a downtown casino would be decided at Toronto Council “by probably one or two votes either way.” If councillors say yes, he said, the city gets $2-3 billion in investment, 6,000 construction jobs for three years and 12,000 “fairly well-paying” jobs after that. >>>CASINO, page 5

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Black History Month celebration set for Mother Teresa school Celebrate the contributions, strength and spirit of Toronto’s black community with free live readings Thursday, Feb. 7 in Scarborough. In honour of Black History Month, Blessed Mother Teresa Catholic Secondary School Advisory Council hosts an Author’s Night from 7 to 8:30 p.m. inside the school’s cafeteria at 40 Sewells Rd. Admission is free for the event, which features poetry and other readings on diversity. RSVP at csac.motherteresa@

tcdsb.org or 416-393-5538, ext. 3 by Feb. 1. For more information about Black History Month, and events marking the celebration throughout Toronto this February, visit www.toronto.ca/ blackhistory.

invited to attend one of a series of information meetings over the next few months. The Extended French Program is available to students beginning in Grade 5. Parent meetings are scheduled for Scarborough schools on the following schools on the following dates: Wednesday, Feb. 6 at 7 p.m. at St. Richard, 960 Bellamy Rd. N., 416-393-5301; Wednesday, Feb. 20 at 7 p.m. at St. Maria Goretti, 21

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Students launch Black History Month events CYNTHIA REASON creason@insidetoronto.com The sound of student voices raised in soulful song echoed through the galleries of the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) yesterday morning, as young museum enthusiasts joined the celebratory launch of this year’s Black History Month programming. The event, which drew nearly 100 elementary and high school singers and dancers from across the city, also served as a launch for a new Partners In Learning initiative between the ROM and the Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB). That partnership, said ROM’s Director and CEO Janet Carding, will see 12,500 TCDSB students granted free access to the museum’s Black History Month educational programming during the month of February, signifying the ROM’s commitment to strengthening public access. “It’s about building community – a tangible example of our emphasis on audience-driven experiences that bring public sector organizations and the philanthropic community together to advance accessible, enjoyable learning opportunities that celebrate culture and enhance the quality of life for a broad range of visitors,” she said. To e n h a n c e t h e i r A f r i c a n Canadian Heritage Month curriculum, TCDSB students will be encouraged to visit the ROM’s

of its student population. “We, in turn, are enriching our students’ lives and empowering them to take leadership role aimed at celebrating our diversities and eliminating all forms of discrimination. Together, our shared responsibility through opportunities like this partnership, will remind students of our history and encourage them to develop a respect and appreciation of our past.” Interpretative dance

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A dance group from Scarborough’s St. Maria Goretti Catholic School performs at the Toronto Catholic District School Board and Royal Ontario Museum kick off to Black History Month yesterday morning.

Carnival: From Emancipation to Celebration exhibition, which is open until Feb. 24. Featuring the work of Trinidadianborn, and internationally renowned masquerade designer Brian Mac Farlane, the Carnival exhibit will host special programming in celebration of Black History Month over the Family Day long weekend (Feb. 16 to 18). From 11 a.m. to 4

Super Bowl Tailgate Party set for local church Tara Hatherly thatherly@insidetoronto.com Residents are invited to cheer on the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers at Morningstar Christian Fellowship’s free Super Bowl Tailgate Party Sunday in Scarborough. Co-hosted by Morningstar Christian Fellowship and Abilities Outreach Toronto, the party starts at 6:30 p.m. at 7601 Sheppard Ave. E., featuring Super Bowl XLVII live on a theatre-style high-definition screen, along with free food and drinks and a surprise intermission attraction. The church will transform its auditorium into a huge party room for the game. “It’s to bring the community together food and football,” said Jaime Castro, Abilities Ministries representative. “It’s not a religious event whatsoever, it’s just a community event.” People who aren’t football fans are also invited to enjoy good food and

company at the party. Morningstar Christian Fellowship makes a point of connecting with its community in many ways, Castro said. “It’s not every day that a church will host something like this, not all churches are open to hosting stuff like this. This church is very community oriented,” he added. “How often do you get to go and see a football game on a giant screen for free?” Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs for seating, and are welcome to come sporting their favourite football team’s jersey. For more infor mation on Morningstar Christian Fellowship, a multicultural church with two locations and more than 1,200 members, visit www.morningstarfellowship. ca or call 416-281-4138. For information about Abilities Outreach Toronto, which connects people of all abilities to the Christian faith and community, visit www.abilitiesministries.org or call 416-439-4809.

p.m. all weekend long, visitors of all ages will be able to take part in drumming performances and workshops, face painting, mask-making, and storytelling. Board chair Ann Andrachuk lauded the new partnership between the TCDSB and the museum, thanking the ROM and its donors for making it possible for her students and their families to enjoy all the

museum has to offer – especially when it comes to the Black History Month programming. “This opportunity helps to level the playing field for our students across the city and gives them a chance to experience learning in a unique, world-class museum,” she said, noting that the TCDSB has only been enriched by the diversity of language, cultures and traditions

For 12-year-old Eliza Eduave – one of about 20 interpretive dancers from St. Maria Goretti Catholic School who performed at yesterday’s Black History Month launch – dancing in front of a crowd at the renowned ROM was “nerve-wracking” but meaningful. “We’ve been learning about how the slaves had shackles on their feet and they just wanted to be free, they wanted to be their own person and to think what they wanted to think, not what someone else wanted them to,” she said. “So, our dance was called Shackles, and it was about how no matter what brings you down, you can be in the toughest situation, but if you just believe in God and you pray a lot, then you can get through anything.” Also performing at the launch were April Rucinski and Loralin King from Loretto College School, and Britney Jones from Blessed Mother Teresa Catholic Secondary School.

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Strollers are a problem on the TTC To the editor: Re: ‘Stintz surprised strollers have become an issue on TTC,’ insidetoronto.com It is obvious that TTC chair Karen Stintz has not ridden the TTC lately during rush hour where riders must perform an acrobatic act in order to balance around the convoy of giant strollers that are allowed to encompass the bus aisle. If we are not being sandwiched against other riders, we are struggling not to fall over a sleeping child.

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eeling congested? It’s a question Toronto Talks Transportation is asking residents regarding the increasing traffic congestion the city is experiencing with large scale development that is leading all North American municipalities. With community consultation meetings taking place from Feb. 4 to 13 across Toronto, residents will have the chance to speak on the city’s transportation system and learn about future plans. It’s an important discussion to have now. Land-use planning today will have a great impact on future development. But our view more importantly, as Toronto Talks Transportation states, congestion has become a fact of life Meeting in Toronto, which is threatening our prosperity and quality of life. slated for “At the end of the day, how Scarborough we design our city has a profound impact on how we move about,” said Jennifer Keesmaat, Toronto’s chief planner. “I would like to suggest that transportation planning is not ancillary to our quality of life – it is central to it.” Residents of North York, Scarborough and Etobicoke should make note that Keesmaat sees great opportunity in redeveloping the avenues – stretches of road that have been earmarked in the city’s official plan for both transit and mid-rise development – as “very livable urban places.” Currently the largest level of residential development surrounds the downtown core, but Keesmaat noted many of those housing units are too small to raise a family in. Another important question to ask then is how do we attract and retain families to live and contribute to the city rather than force them to live in the 905 area code yet still commute to work in the city thereby creating even more congestion. Keesmaat called transportation “one of the most challenging issues of our time.” We encourage all residents to take part in the consultations and help generate ideas to make the city more liveable for years to come. The first consultation meeting is Monday, Feb. 4, at the York Civic Centre followed by a meeting Feb. 6 at the Scarborough Civic Centre. The North York Civic Centre hosts sessions on Feb. 11, and the final meetings are at Toronto City Hall on Feb. 13. For more info, visit www.feelingcongested.ca newsroom

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Critics invited to visit the Scarborough Bluffs To the editor: I think it would be a good idea if some of the folks or people in the media who are ‘dissing’ us would go to visit

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It would be a shame if they slipped! Yea, Scarborough. Nancy Prentice

Cap on political terms would lead to a healthier democracy To the editor: Re: ‘Time to cap number of terms for politicians to hold office,’ Letters, Jan. 17. I agree with W.D. Adamson’s call for a time cap on a politician’s terms of office, but for a different reason. Basic to a healthy democracy is an informed and expe-

rienced citizenry. Entitlement Since holding political office is an integral part of educating members of a democracy, political office should be shared as much as is reasonably possible.

Given that politicians are prone to develop a sense of entitlement to their public office, they clearly need legislative help to make them see when it is time to give someone else a chance to serve and learn. Albert Pietersma

In spite of that, I have witnessed mothers with nasty attitudes toward other riders who have dared lean on their carriages. Stintz “never considered the use of strollers to be a problem” but on behalf of many a TTC patron who has had to squeeze by an oversized stroller; who has had their feet run over by the stroller tires; who are forced to stand when the stroller blocks an available seat; I can confirm – it is a problem. Y Vitale

Warden Woofs thank councillor To the editor: Re: ‘Warden Woofs celebrate new dog park,’ News, Jan. 17. Thank you for publicizing the opening of the new dog park in the Warden Woods Ravine. We are very excited to have a local park to let our dogs run and play, and I have met several new dogs/owners who learned about the park from the article. I do want to give credit where credit is due though. The creation of this dog park was driven by Councillor Michelle Berardinetti, and her office worked hard for two years to bring the park to fruition. The Warden Woofs D.O.G. was created to formally apply for a dog park after a public meeting initiated by her. Laurie Little

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$3 in costs for every $1 in benefits. Godfrey said he’d invite the ex-mayors to examine independent studies at OLG showing different results. Wednesday’s meeting was co-hosted by ScarboroughAgincourt Councillor Mike Del Grande, Soo Wong, the local MPP and Sam Sotiropoulos, the area’s public school trustee, who said he and some colleagues on Toronto’s district public board are interested in sharing the city’s casino revenue. Wong said her Liberal riding association asked last October for Godfrey to speak in Agincourt. Del Grande said he had been “back and forth” on the issue, but he wants to be swayed by rational arguments, not emotional ones. “I don’t think governments should earn income from gambling,” he said, but added money is already leaving the city through online gambling. Some in the audience were skeptical about OLG’s “modernization” plans and wondered why there couldn’t be a city-wide referendum on casinos.

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but in 2011 only $100 million, a dramatic dip due to casinos on the U.S. side, a higher Canadian dollar, and the need for Americans to have passports to visit Canada. Godfrey didn’t deny there would be some “cannibalization” – a 15 to 20 per cent loss at Casino Rama near Orillia and Fallsview in Niagara Falls if a downtown Toronto casino is built. The province will sell its existing casinos, which are in need of $1 billion in facelifts, then let the private sector rebuild them and simply “take a slice off the top,” he said. Godfrey said gambling’s not his cup of tea and he never tries it when he vacations in Las Vegas with his sons. Still, he said, “the opera’s not for everybody, yet we build opera halls.” He later said he thought an open letter by ex-Toronto mayors David Crombie, Art Eggleton and John Sewell warning city residents to “beware the sales pitch” on casinos contained errors. The three men argued gambling “preys on the poor” and cited U.S. studies suggesting casinos bring communities

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>>>from page 1 Convention tourism will triple to 1.1 million people a year, Godfrey said. “People from the Far East will come to Toronto in droves.” The exact hosting fee, $50 million to $100 million, depends on the project’s size, he said, but the city will have a final say on location and design. If the city and operator can’t agree, he’ll try to mediate. Godfrey said he’d spend the money on infrastructure projects “you can point to afterwards,” such as fixing the Gardiner Expressway or building a downtown relief subway line. If council votes against the idea, “we’ll start talking to municipalities that ring Toronto,” said Godfrey, though a casino in Markham, Mississauga or Vaughan would be built for $1 billion, without convention facilities. Large operators want to be downtown for the same reason sports stadiums and major hotels do, he said. Godfrey acknowledged OLG’s casinos in Niagara Falls and Windsor are in decline. In 2001, they made $800 million,

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Networking Group WHEN: 1 to 3 p.m. WHERE: On-Track Career & Employment Services, 1371 Neilson Rd., Ground Floor CONTACT: 416-283-5229 Space is limited-registration is recomended COST: Free Get answers to tough interview questions, job leads specific to your field of interest and share success stories.

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Tools for Working With People WHEN: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. WHERE: Scarborough Women’s Centre, 2100 Ellesmere Rd., Suite 245 CONTACT: Sheri Minott, 416-439-7111 COST: $25 Gain knowledge and practical experience to conduct yourself effectively using appropriate body language in different situations. Saturday Night Dance WHEN: 7 p.m. WHERE: Birkdale Community Centre, 1299 Ellesmere Rd. CONTACT: Jim, 416-267-6621 COST: $6 Everyone welcome.

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One-on-One Mock Interview WHEN: 12 a.m. to WHERE: On-Track Career & Employment Services, 1371 Neilson Road-Ground Floor CONTACT: Arthur 416-283-5229 By appointment only COST: Free One-on one meeting to simulate an interview senario. Customized questions

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Introduction to Internet level 1 WHEN: 10 a.m. to noon WHERE: St. Paul’s L’Amoreaux Centre, 3333 Finch Ave. E. CONTACT: Sivanesan Muthiah, 416-493-3333 ext. 288, www.splc.ca, sivanesan@splc.ca COST: $50 for 4 lessons ($45, if you are a member at St. Paul’s) Learn to use different search engines like Google. Discover the useful websites for news, entertainment, online games, online shopping, and receive training on how to use the internet safely. Recommended pre-requisites: introduction to computers.

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Seniors Board Games WHEN: 2 to 3 p.m. WHERE: Albert Campbell District Library, 496 Birchmount Rd. CONTACT: 416-396-8890, COST: Free Come join us for an afternoon of board games and fun. Dates: Fridays Feb 8th, March 15th, April 12, May 17th, June 14th. 6th Toronto Scout Group Community Euchre WHEN: 7:15 to 10 p.m. WHERE: Royal Canadian Legion Branch 11, 9 Dawes Rd. CONTACT: 6thtorontoscouts@mail. com COST: $6

Family Nature Event: Snowshoes and Snow-clues at Morningside Park WHEN: 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. WHERE: Morningside Park, 390 Morningside Ave CONTACT: Randi Shulman, 416-6616600 x5765, rshulman@trca.on.ca COST: Free Discover the wonders of winter wildlife. Join us to identify the tracks and signs of local animals, and learn some of their secrets for surviving chilly winter weather. We will also leave behind tracks of our own while we try out snowshoeing. Wear your winter boots and bring a travel mug for hot chocolate. Snowshoes will be provided, or bring your own. Please note: This event will run with or without snow. In the event of a snow-free day, join us for a winter walk in the woods! Iondale Heights United Church Valentine Tea WHEN: 1 to 3 p.m. WHERE: Iondale Heights United Church, 115 Ionview Rd. CONTACT: Margaret Whitehead, 416757-7886, margjwhitehead@bellnet.ca COST: $8 Robbie Burns Dinner WHEN: 5:30 to 9 p.m. WHERE: Church of the Master United Church, 3385 Lawrence Ave. E. CONTACT: Church of

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Agincourt Garden Club WHEN: 8 p.m. WHERE: Knox United Christian Education Centre, 2575 Midland Ave. CONTACT: Bruce Vodden, president, 416-298-0984 COST: Free Monthly general meeting, topic: Importance of beeing. Free parking and refreshments. Visit www.gardenontario. org. Speaker is Cathy Kozma.

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St. Paul’s Sri Lankan Gathering WHEN: 7 to 9 p.m. WHERE: St. Paul’s L’Amoreaux Centre, 3333 Finch Ave. E. CONTACT: Sivanesan Muthiah, 416493-3333 ext. 288, www.splc.ca, sivanesan@splc.ca COST: $5 for members & $7 for non members Sri Lankan gathering second week of the month with games, dinner, music and singing. Program offered in English and Tamil.

n Wednesday, February 13 Scarborough CARP Financial Preparedness WHEN: 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. WHERE: Centennial College Progress Campus (Markham Rd. & Hwy. 401), 940 Progress Ave.CONTACT: Gary Butler, 416-491-2652, scarboroughCARP@ gmail.com COST: Free

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Seniors Movie Afternoon WHEN: 2 to 4 p.m. WHERE: Albert Campbell District Library, 496 Birchmount Rd. CONTACT: , 416-396-8890, , COST: Free This week’s movie: Bucket List. Dates: March 22, April 19, May 24, June 21.

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2.5 baths, Main Floor Family room, and 30 steps to TTC on Sheppard, Future Sheppard LRT by 2014, close to 401, View Photos at www.deepakdani.com. A Good Buy 4 yr Money!

Thinking of Buying or Selling? An agent that advertises in your local Real Estate section is always a wise choice. For advertising information call:

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OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY FEBRUARY 3RD, 2-4 PM 3 LADYSBRIDGE DR. (LAWRENCE/ORTON PARK) Location! Location! Location! Close access to Hwy 401 & Scarborough Town Centre. Beautiful bungalow in a high demand area. Move in ready, freshly painted, well maintained home, one of a kind in the neighbourhood. Finished 3 bedrm basement apt w/ separate entrance. Great income potential. Near schools, parks, transit, place of worship & shopping. Come & see!

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prime West Rouge. Bright kitchen with walk-out to fullyfenced backyard. Enjoy main floor laundry, 4 pc MBR ensuite, and direct access to 2 car garage. Finished basement features spacious rec room, 5th bedroom/office, 2 pc bath. Close to schools. $522,800 www.3Greybeaver.com

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by the end of 2013. Consumer Price Inflation rose by 0.8 per cent in November 2012.

“Economic growth is expected to remain modest but positive, consistent with low inflation and low interest rates.” The Bank said it still expects the Canadian economy to gain strength this year, but it lowered its forecast for economic growth to just 2 per cent in 2013. By contrast, its growth forecast for 2014 was raised to 2.7 per cent versus its previous forecast reading of 2.4 per cent contained in its previous Monetary Policy Report (MPR) published in October 2012.

The bottom line is that economic growth is expected to remain modest but positive, consistent with low inflation and low interest rates. At the same time, growth in household debt burdens, which the Bank has repeatedly flagged as a major risk in this low interest rate environment, is showing positive signs of topping out as housing market activity continues to stabilize at a more sustainable levels. Combined with extremely well anchored expectations for inflation, that means the Bank is in no hurry to raise interest rates anytime soon, with the first such move in that direction unlikely to be for at least another year. As of January 23rd, 2012, the advertised five-year lending rate stood at 5.24 per cent. It has been unchanged at this level since the beginning of June 2012. – CREA

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Executive 3,560 sf home on private quiet treed cul 416-587-5658 de sac near University of Toronto. Hardwood floor, 416-531-9680

8 Camborne Ave. Solid Family Home!!

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$479,000

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loss. When working in unison with Siemens MiniTek, you can stream sound directly from your TV, MP3 player and other audio devices via Bluetooth connectivity. With new wireless technology you can heighten your hearing and better engage in social situations. The Hearing Clinic offers personalized quality hearing solutions for all types of hearing. To ensure hearing instruments are working at their fullest potential, follow-up appointments are provided to help answer your questions or make adjustments. The clinic offers services in several lan-

guages including English, Farsi, Gujarati, Arabic, Hindi, Urudu, Somali, Swahili, Italian and Tamil. If you are experiencing a hearing loss, visit The Hearing Clinic for a complimentary hearing test and/or hearing instrument fitting. To book an appointment or to learn more about available products and services please call one of the two Hearing Clinics in the city. For the office at 3030 Lawrence Ave. E., suite 101 in the Scarborough General Medical Mall call 416 289 2021, or call the office at 2636 Eglinton Ave E., at 416 266 8300.

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For over 50 years, we’ve designed and manufactured industry-leading exhaust systems ranging from standard mufflers, to custom-engineered exhaust and emission solutions to meet tomorrow’s environmental demands. We are currently seeking Fabrication (Machine) Operators to join our team. Responsibilities: • Responsible for tube bending, cutting and finishing using the equipment/machines (saw and CNC bender) to fabricate products according to client specifications. • Assists with equipment set up and regular equipment operation checks. • To perform quality checks and ensure that products are in compliance with specifications. • Responsible for documenting and recording data and submitting reports to management. • Reporting all equipment maintenance and/or product defects to the Production Supervisor. • Other responsibilities as required Qualifications and Experience: • Basic mathematical skills required (ability to use a counter to produce batch quantities) • Previous experience with tube bending, cutting and finishing in manufacturing environment • Proven ability to work independently, safely and demonstrate sound decision making • Demonstrates strong manual dexterity and the ability to use various tools and equipment • Flexible to work either morning or afternoon shifts Only qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview. No phone calls or agencies please. To be considered for this opportunity, please submit your resume to HR@activexhaust.com or fax to: (416) 445-9765

Townhouses for Rent MORNINGSIDE/ MILNER: 3 bedroom townhouse for rent. Garage, A/C & playground. Close to schools & shopping. Now accepting applications. Move-in special offer to March 31st, 2013. 416-282-3976

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St. Margaret’s Cemetery Board has submitted by-laws to the Registrar of the Funeral, Burial, and Cremation Services Act, 2002. Any interested parties may contact the Cemetery Office at 416-724-4487 for information, or to make copies. By-laws or amendments may be reviewed or copied at the Cemetery Office, 4130 Lawrence Ave. E., Toronto. These by-laws are subject to the approval of the Registrar, Funeral, Burial, and Cremation Services Act, 2002 [Tel: Cemeteries Regulation Unit (416) 326-8399]

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The TTC will ask a third party to review a new offer to lease newsstand space in the subway system, chair Karen Stintz announced this week. The offer comes from International News following a controversial vote by the TTC board last week to approve an extension with current newsstand leaseholder Tobram Investments International Inc, which operates Gateway

Newstands, without considering any other bids. “I will be asking TTC staff to conduct a third-party review of the International News proposal against the Gateway proposal and to provide a briefing note to the Commissioners before the next meeting,” wrote Stintz in the letter to the board. In the letter, which was also posted on her personal website, Stintz writes she

will ask for feedback on the merits of the International News offer from “legal and real-estate experts” who will review the deal based on a variety of parameters. Stintz writes in the letter she still supports the lease extension with Gateway, but feels “strongly” a third party should review the new offer because staff advice on the leasing issue has been “inconsistent”.

Computers provided for families SelectCore Ltd. pledges $250,000 to provide computers to low-income Toronto families The maker of Toronto’s City Services Benefit Card has pledged $250,000 to provide computers and Internet time for children of low-income families. SelectCore Ltd. CEO Keith McKenzie presented the donation for the kids@computers Scholarship Project Thursday to Scarborough Councillor

Michael Thompson, the city’s economic development committee chair. “Since its inception, the kids@computers Scholarship Project has distributed almost 18,000 home computers to nearly 45,000 children,” Thompson said in a release. “SelectCore’s generous donation will allow this exceptional program to continue its great work well into the future.” An 11-year-old scholarship recipient, Tonya Ofori, said

she loved the computer and Internet access the program has given her for a year. “I’m excited to be able to do all of my assignments at home now and do research on the Internet,” she said. The company’s donation, which Toronto council must confirm, is for a $20,000 lump sum and $230,000 in Internet service over three years. More on the program is at www. kidsatcomputers.ca – Mike Adler

Transit funding feedback sought RAHUL GUPTA rgupta@insidetoronto.com In advance of upcoming public discussions the city has launched a special website allowing residents to determine how much they would be willing to pay to build future transit. Through the CongestedTO campaign, the city hopes to generate sufficient feedback from residents to pass along to Metrolinx – the provincial transit agency seeking feedback from municipalities in advance of its final funding recommendations, which will be presented to the sitting premier in June. Like a similar website for Metrolinx’s own funding consultations, www.feelingcongested.ca asks users to select a combination of taxes and fees

to determine how much the revenue gained from them will generate per year for transit expansion. For example, selecting a one per cent sales tax increase, a personal income tax increase of 0.5 per cent and a vehicle registration tax of $50 would reach the $2-billion threshold Metrolinx says is needed annually to complete its 25-year Big Move transportation plan. Business and civic leaders have said completing the plan is necessary to address worsening traffic congestion in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA). Funding for some projects part of the Big Move was already allocated by the provincial government, including four new light rail transit lines for Toronto. But

the vast majority of the plan remains unfunded, including a proposed city subway line the TTC wants built to relieve overcrowding. To encourage participation, the city is giving away monthly TTC Metropasses, Green P parking passes, as well as AutoShare and Bixi bike share memberships. An initiative of chief city planner Jennifer Keesmaat, the campaign also includes four twice-a-day transit consultations starting Monday, Feb. 4 at the York Civic Centre. A second meeting next week is Wednesday at the Scarborough Civic Centre. Feedback from the consultation will be presented by Keesmaat to city council for approval in the spring, which will then be forwarded to Metrolinx.

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