Issuu on Google+

Serving AGINCOURT, L’AMOREAUX, TAM O’SHANTER and MILLIKEN

www.scarboroughmirror.com

Shops On Steeles & 404

2900 Steeles Ave. East Thornhill, Ontario 905.881.4385 Flagship store in Canada.

thurs oct 4 , 2012

Byelection date set...5 | Know an urban hero? http://bit.ly/sc_urbanheroes |

Input still being sought on new Rouge urban park MIKE ADLER madler@insidetoronto.com Work on the higher concept to shape the Rouge Valley into a national urban “people’s park” continues, while politicians squabble over patches of land in the park and around it. This month, Toronto residents can join the discussions at both levels if they wish. Parks Canada, having committed cash for the Rouge and launched a public consultation process on what their experimental federal park should be has extended a public consultation on it until Monday Oct. 8. People on the agency’s website (www.parkscanada.gc.ca/Rouge) can read a 20-page document explaining how the new park can “connect people to nature and his-

@SCMirror

find us on facebook

Garden harvest

tory” and fill out a survey, as nearly 2,000 have, Pam Veinotte, the park’s first superintendent, said. Settling into the job since midJuly, and now searching for a temporary office near the park, Veinotte has also brought the outreach campaign to area groups and festivals, where she said responses were positive. “People are extremely interested,” said Veinotte, formerly a superintendent at Banff, Canada’s oldest national park. “They want to be involved and they want to stay involved.” Dave Harvey of Park People, a group trying to improve Toronto’s green spaces, is a fan of the process and said he believes the Rouge NUP will be one of Greater Toronto’s greatest green assets one day. But though Parks Canada will bring more resources to the Rouge >>>CITY, page 17

Local day care planning community celebration St. Crispin’s Day Care is back and wants to celebrate with the community. The non-profit facility, established by members of the Craiglee Drive church in 1977, was homeless for a few months this year after Toronto’s Anglican diocese put the church up for sale. St. Crispin’s re-opened in May, however, and hosts a community

fall festival at its new location in Highway Gospel Church, 530 Midland Ave., next Saturday, Oct. 13, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The festival features bake and rummage sales, games and crafts for children and a pumpkin carving contest for youths. Proceeds will go to the day care’s new toddler room and the church’s “Zoom Kidz” program.

Photo/MANNY RODRIGUES

LITTLES ROAD PARK CELEBRATION: Auriel Haynes picks tomatoes during the opening celebration of the Littles Road Park Community Garden on Saturday.

• Pre-school (age 2) to Grade 8 • Montessori-based kindergarten • Certified Teachers • Small class size • Enriched curriculum • Before and after-school program

Open House Sunday, October 28th, 1-4 p.m.

905.946.1181 4277 14th Avenue, Markham www.trilliumschool.ca

n


SCARBOROUGH MIRROR | Thursday, October 4, 2012 |

2

APPLES TO APPLES Lowest Price Guarantee best window the Get company to do your work at the lowest price!

AS A MATTER OF FACT, OUR WINDOWS ARE THE BEST!

0

%

INTEREST FOR 30 MONTHS OAC

2011

2012

Hours: Monday to Friday 10am-5pm | Saturday 10am-3pm

Toronto/Scarborough (416) 324-2604

Brampton (905) 791-2850 • Oakville (905) 844-4287 Markham (905) 471-1075 • Pickering (905) 619-1147

Visit our website at www.brockwindows.com


Community

3

Barbecue fun in GuiLdwood

Photos by Manny Rodrigues

CHURCH WELCOMES COMMUNITY: Left, Sharon Duku, 2, checks out the fare during the Church of the Holy Trinity Community barbecue on Sunday in Guildwood. Above, Jayden Potter, 1, and his father, Jim play during the community event.

Resident fears for safety after link to film Egypt has issued arrest warrant linking man to anti-Muslim film MIKE ADLER madler@insidetoronto.com Nearly two weeks after he appealed publicly for government and police protection, a Scarborough man said he’s not aware of any steps taken by authorities to keep him safe. Egypt has published an arrest warrant for Egyptian-born Nader Fawzy, naming him, along with several other U.S. and Canadian citizens, as a producer or distributor of an anti-Muslim film, Innocence of Muslims. On Oct. 21, Fawzy said this week, a trial will be held at which he is “99 per cent sure” he will be sentenced to death. Fawzy denies any involvement with the film but said he’s convinced he and the other men were named because they are Coptic Christian activists Egypt’s government wants to “shut up.” In an interview last Friday, Fawzy said he believes he’s being targetted because of his involvement with the Middle East Christian Association, a group he founded in 2004, and his efforts to expose the ill-treatment of Egypt’s Christian minority.

“Now it’s time to take their revenge on me,” he said. The online posting of Innocence of Muslims and its depiction of the Prophet Mohammed has triggered riots in several countries in which dozens have died. Though the charge of insulting religion carries a three-year penalty in Egypt, Fawzy said a governmentcontrolled newspaper which published the arrest warrants said the death penalty would be sought against him. Religious edicts have also been issued against Fawzy and another Canadian, Jacques Attalla of Montreal, calling on Muslims to put them to death. Fawzy said the Egyptian government doesn’t have the resources to find the film’s real producers and said he doesn’t know Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, the Californian man, also a Copt, whom media reports say is connected with the film. “He never was an activist,” Fawzy said. Saying he feared for himself and his family, Fawzy appealed for protection through ScarboroughAgincourt MP Jim Karygiannis, who last Saturday staged a press

event across from Toronto Police 42 Division in Scarborough. Police there promised him extra protection, Fawzy said, though “I never saw it.” Karygiannis asked the federal government to act and said he was shocked by Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird’s comment he would work privately with the Egyptian government to resolve the issue. The Liberal MP accused the federal Conservatives of trying to sweep the matter “under the rug” instead of persuading Egypt to remove Fawzy’s name from the list of men accused of responsibility for the film. Saying he is still watching the situation, Karygiannis sounded more hopeful but guarded this week about the Conservative government’s response, saying “movement has taken place” in the right direction. Fawzy, however, said no federal representative except Karygiannis has ever tried to contact him. “Maybe they did something but they didn’t inform me,” he said, adding the U.S. men on the list have been moved to “safe houses.” Fawzy said he has not asked for this measure on his behalf - “I ask for

protection. They should decide what they have to do,” he said - but noted this left only Attalla and himself as “clear targets” for harm. Attalla this week was removed from the list of men wanted in Egypt for the film, a change Attalla said he can’t explain, Fawzy said. The Scarborough man, meanwhile, has been unsuccessful at hiring an Egyptian lawyer to represent him - several have refused his case, he said - while his request to the Canadian government for a lawyer has not been answered. It is the second time Egypt has issued a warrant for the arrest of Fawzy, who left Egypt 26 years ago and now holds Swedish and Canadian citizenship. Five years ago, he published a book, The Persecutions, a history of the Copts in Egypt, and was accused of damaging Egypt’s reputation. “They always deny they do anything wrong to the Copts. I expose all their lies,” he said. That time, however, Fawzy wasn’t worried because there was no fatwa against him. “It was just an issue between me and the government.”

UTSC panel to discuss Innocence of Muslims film Innocence of Muslims, an incendiary anti-Muslim video which sparked deadly riots when it was posted last month, will be discussed – but not shown – by media experts at University of Toronto Scarborough next week. A p a n e l i n c l u d i n g Me d i a Studies Prof. Ruyoun Bail, Jeffrey Dvokin, director of the joint UTSCCentennial journalism program, and Canadian Arab Institute President Raja Khouri speak about the U.S.produced video, “and its implications for media, journalism, and contemporary culture within the context of globalization,” a release said last week. A 12-minute “trailer” of Innocence of Muslims is blocked on YouTube in some countries but not in Canada. The discussion, part of a Media Studies series film and speaker series, will begin at 5:30 p.m. next Tuesday, Oct. 9 in Room 112 of the Arts and Administration Building at UTSC. The public is welcome but UTSC said registration online is recommended at http://mds2-utsc. eventbrite.ca

| SCARBOROUGH MIRROR | Thursday, October 4, 2012

scm@insidetoronto.com


SCARBOROUGH MIRROR | Thursday, October 4, 2012 |

4

Opinion Ian Proudfoot Marg Middleton Peter Haggert Alan Shackleton Warren Elder Jamie Munoz

scm@insidetoronto.com

Your View

Publisher General Manager Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor Regional Dir. of Advertising Director of Distribution

Readers react to special report on rude riders

The Scarborough Mirror is published every Thursday and Friday at 175 Gordon Baker Rd., Toronto, ON M2H 0A2, by Toronto Community News, a Division of Metroland Media Group Ltd.

City will get the transit it pays for

T

oronto councillor Josh Matlow is right when he says it’s “vital” that the city has an honest conversation about how to fund transit expansion for the TTC. Matlow, the councillor for St. Paul’s, made the comments in response to the release of a report by Toronto’s city manager Joe Pennachetti providing a list of transit funding options for local councillors to consider. The options provided by Pennachetti, including road tolls, parking fees and increased property taxes, are not new. We agree an honest conversation must be held on Toronto’s transit funding. Where we differ with Matlow is on who our view should be having that conversation. Taxpayers must It’s certainly not our politiweigh in on cians. At the city level, the battles between councillors have made what they want transit planning unproductive at best. Meanwhile, Toronto’s executive committee will discuss Pennachetti’s report at this month’s meeting. Though Matlow may wish it so, we have our doubts that will achieve anything. Higher levels of government are facing huge financial challenges and are limited in what they will commit to Toronto for transit. The provincially run Metrolinx, which is charged with finding funding for transit across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA), does not even have to present its plan on where the money’s coming from to the provincial government until next June. All discussion will come to the same place. The private sector is not riding in on a white horse to save the day. Taxpayers are going to have to foot the bill. We need to clearly tell our elected representatives what it is we want when it comes to public transportation not just in Toronto but surrounding areas, and we have to let them know what we are prepared to pay for it. Along with the road tolls, parking fees, vehicle registration tax proposals, Pennachetti also offered ideas including a personal income tax hike of one per cent, a property tax hike, a payroll tax, a fuel tax, a parking levy, a Land Transfer Tax hike, and a development charge fee. The more time we spend trying to not raise taxes, the more difficult it will be to plan and pay for an infrastructure that is imperative to the future wellbeing of the city. We have often written about the imbalance between business tax and property tax in this city, and the light property tax load of Toronto compared to surrounding municipalities. Toronto residents may have to face the reality of what you pay for – or don’t – you get. Toronto Community News is a division of Metroland Media Group Ltd. The Mirror is a member of the Ontario Press Council. Visit ontpress.com newsroom

Write us 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.

Decision on Jarvis bike lanes a step backwards

I

n the late 1940s a new road opened in Toronto called the Clifton Road Extension and connected St. Clair Avenue East and Jarvis Street. The road was thought necessary due to increasing car traffic from the suburbs north of St. Clair Avenue. It took roughly 10 years from approval to final opening and there was controversy as it called for the demolition of homes in established communities. On May 17, 1950 it was opened, and called Mount Pleasant Road, considered Toronto’s first expressway. What is important is not just the impact the new road had on the area north of St. Clair Avenue, but what happened to Jarvis Street – once one of the city’s most beautiful streets, developed specifically for the rich. Many of the city’s most notable institutions and architecture was found there including Jarvis Collegiate Institute and Allan Gardens. In 1947 the stately trees that

guest column

Joe Cooper

lined the street were cut down, and it was widened for a new fifth lane to facilitate traffic from Mount Pleasant Road, which soon flowed in such high volume that many of the old homes and mansions were torn down to make way for commercial buildings and high-rise apartments. Many of the older buildings were turned into rooming houses and then simply decayed. By the 1970s the street was a text book example of how heavy traffic flow negatively impacts street life. The sidewalks were abandoned to drug addicts and prostitutes. However, thanks to the intervention of urban planners and theorists, such

as Jane Jacobs and David Crombie, downtown of Toronto came to be saved from the “empty doughnuthole” fate of many American cities. Starting with decisions made in 2008, Jarvis was slated for re-development to make the streetscape peoplefriendly. However, the current regime at city hall has decided to return Jarvis Street to its 1950s form by eliminating the new bike lanes and reinstating the fifth traffic lane at an estimated cost of up to $300,000. The rationale being that drivers are delayed getting from Mount Pleasant due to the bike lanes. It seems that Mayor Rob Ford and his supporters would rather spend tax dollars to keep a 60-year-old planning mistake in place than embrace new urban policies proven to build strong communities. n Joe Cooper is a long-time Toronto resident and community activist. Contact him at scm@insidetoronto.com

To the editor: Re: ‘Transit users speak out against bad behaviour,’ Special Report, Sept. 27. I read the article by Rahul Gupta; I could not believe the comments made by TTC chief customer service officer Chris Upfold. “Rudeness is not something that catches my attention as being high.” Another statement by Upfold was that riders should alter their travel patterns and the times they travel in order to reduce potential disputes. I could go on and on. The message sent by Upfold was rudeness and disrespect for others wins. Values, respect, manners and etiquette are instilled into us at an early age with maturity bringing that forward to our later years. Once again the TTC has exposed itself to show us how deep their problems lie. The TTC biggest hurdle is the TTC. Ray Blais

n Online

On our @TOinTransit Twitter account we received a number of responses to our coverage on rude riders on the TTC. Below is a sampling of some of the Tweets we received. To get in on conversation visit us @ TOinTransit @commutersunited: It’s time to start a subway etiquette rule! @micahbarnes: why have we Toronto people become so deeply selfish and rude while in public spaces like the TTC? @MonicaAraujo33: Reading the paper I came across “transit riders complain about the rude ride on the TTC courtesy of other passengers” couldn’t agree more. @RachieB13 Dear annoying rude loud girl on the phone while on the bus. Shut up!! #TTC is not the place for your nails on a chalkboard laugh. #annoying @elizabethmunro: It ’s astounding how rude people are to TTC workers.

416-493-4400 | distribution ph: 416-493-4400 fax: 416-495-6524 | display advertising ph: 416-493-4400 fax: 416-495-6629 | classifieds ph: 416-493-4660 fax: 416-495-6629 | administration ph: 416-493-4400 fax: 416-495-6629


Community

5

Metroland Media Group’s Metroland Central division now stretches all the way to North Bay, under the direction of Toronto Community News publisher and Metroland vice president Ian Proudfoot. The division, previously comprised of Toronto Community News and York Region Media Group, now reaches a readership of more than 900,000 homes on a weekly basis, stretching from the heart of the city in Toronto to North Bay in Ontario’s Near North, now incorporating Simcoe/Muskoka division properties. The expansion offers exciting new opportunities and relationships for readers, clients, community partners and the more than 800 talented employees in Metroland Central, Proudfoot said. Acknowledged as a passionate advocate of the newspaper industry, both print and online, Proudfoot now is publisher of more than 50 print and online products. “Removing borders has created exceptional opportunities for our clients to extend their reach,” Proudfoot said. In announcing the expanded divi-

sion, effective Oct. 1, Metroland president Ian Oliver paid tribute to retiring vice-president and Simcoe/ Muskoka regional publisher Joe Anderson. “Joe’s creativity, drive and strategic focus have made him a significant contributor to Metroland.” Proudfoot led the creation of the Metroland Central division in May, adding Toronto Community News to his York Region Media Group, upon the retirement of TCN publisher Betty Carr. Metroland’s Toronto, York Region, Simcoe, Muskoka, Parry Sound and North Bay media properties have a tradition of creating strong community partnerships and supporting non-profit organizations, through volunteering, donations and services. Proudfoot’s longtime commitment and outstanding contribution to community was recognized with a 2011 Ontario Medal for Good Citizenship. He is quick to acknowledge the contributions and talents of his employees. “I’m honoured to work with people who have true passion for their communities and what they do on a daily basis.”

SAVE! CheCk out this week’s flyers for money-saving deals from your neighbourhood retailers.

Your Community. Your Newspaper.

Toronto Community News is the largest distributor of pre-printed flyers in the City of Toronto. Let us help you get your business growing. Distribution@insidetoronto.com

Supported by:

The Urban Hero Awards are back! The Scarborough Mirror and Toronto Community News are pleased to announce we are seeking nominations for the third annual Urban Hero Awards 2012. Help recognize the good work happening in our Scarborough neighbourhoods. The Urban Hero Awards is an annual awards program that recognizes those community members and grassroots level ‘heroes’ whose personal efforts, sacrifices or contributions have made a significant impact to a cause, a person or a group in our local community. Our focus is the unsung hero, the average Joe or Jill – people who do great things but don’t always get the recognition they deserve. Now’s their time to shine!

• Bellamy Dental Centre • Best Buy • Bestwin Supermarket • Bouclair • Canadian Tire • First Choice Supermarket • Food Basic

• Leon’s • Loblaw’s • Lowe’s • M&M Meats • Maritime Travels • Metro • No Frills • Old Navy

• Shoppers Drug Mart • Skyland • Sobey’s • Sport Chek • Staples Business Depot • Sunny Foodmart • Sunvalley Supermarket • T&T Supermarket

• Food Depot • Foodland

• Oriental • Part Source

• The Bay • The Brick

• Foody Mart • Freshco

• Party City • People’s

• The Source • Top Food Supermarket

• Fu Yao Supermarket

• Pharma Plus • Pharmasave

• Toronto Business Times • Toronto Kids

• Future Shop • Giant Tiger

• Pleasant View Family Health

• Toys “r” Us • United Furniture

• Grand Fortune Food Mart

• Price Chopper • Valu-mart • Princess Banquet Hall • Wadi Food

• Green Tea Restaurant • Home Hardware

• Real Canadian Superstore

• Walmart • Walmart

• Home Outfitters • Rexall • Hong Tai Supermarket • Rona

Supercentre • XS Cargo

• JYSK

• Sears

• Zellers

• Kohl & Frisch

• Sew Here Sew Now

If you did not receive this week’s flyers, please call 416-493-2284 * Flyers delivered to selected areas only.

This Halloween, hand out something more than a treat. Introducing the Change for Kids program in support of kids with disabilities. For more information, visit changeforkids.ca.

Urban Hero Awards Don’t delay! Nominations are now being accepted in these categories: ■ Arts and Culture ■ Business ■ Community ■ Education ■ Environment ■ Health and Sciences ■ Sports Nominations can be made online at www.urbanheroes.ca. Tell us about the people you know who are doing some real good right here in our own neighbourhoods! Finalists will be announced in October, with a special reception and coverage in The Mirror. Help us celebrate the people who make Scarborough a great place to live, work and play.

A date has been set for the byelection to fill the Scarborough seat left vacant at the Toronto Catholic District School Board by Tobias Enverga’s appointment to the Canadian Senate. The City of Toronto will hold the Ward 8 byelection – which encompasses 20 elementary and two high schools in city wards 41, 42 and 44 in the areas of Agincourt, Armadale, Morningside Heights, Highland Creek and Port Union – on Dec. 10. Eligible candidates must be: a Canadian citizen; at least 18 years of age; a resident in the area of jurisdiction of the TCDSB; a Roman Catholic; a Catholic school supporter; not legally prohibited from voting; and not disqualified by any legislation from holding municipal office. Interested candidates are encouraged to contact the Elections Services Office, 89 Northline Rd., at 416-338-1111 or by going to www. toronto.ca/elections Nomination papers may be filed Monday to Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. until Oct. 25.

INDOOR HOUSE LEAGUE REGISTRATIONS Saturday, October 6 & 13, 2012 • 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Golden Mile Mall - 1880 Eglinton Ave. E (NE corner Eglinton Ave E and Victoria Park Ave) Co-ed Age Groups – born 1995 to 2008 and Woman’s Recreational Fun League Proof of Birth required

House League Fee: 2001 – 2008 - $135.00 1995 – 2000 & Women - $150.00 Cash, Cheque, Visa/Master Cards accepted Registration forms and info can be obtained at wexfordsoccer@rogers.com, www.wexfordsoccer.ca Or contact: 416-265-7699

���� ��� ��� ����

������������ �� �������� ������� ��� ������� ��������

� � �� � � � � � � � �� � � � � � � � � � � � �� � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � �� � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � �� � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � �� � � � �

��� �� ������� �������� ������ ����� � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � �� � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � �� � � � �� � � � ������ ��� ��� ����

| SCARBOROUGH MIRROR | Thursday, October 4, 2012

Metroland Central Nominations being expands its reach accepted for 2012

Separate board byelection date set for Dec. 10


SCARBOROUGH MIRROR | Thursday, October 4, 2012 |

6

sears outlet Markham Outlet

EVERYDAY VALUE PRICING NEW MERCHANDISE ARRIVING DAILY!

Offers in effect Thursday, October 4th to Sunday, October 7th Unless otherwise stated, while quantities last. Sale priced merchandise may not be exactly as illustrated

R

L

A CI

E

SP

O

E FF

FANNIE SUNSHINE fsunshine@insidetoronto.com

ORIGINALLY PRICED $8994 - $43500 EACH

$

2499 each

$

1999

$

each

2999 each

EXAMPLE OF SAVINGS INGS WOMEN’S DOWN-FILL JACKET #19193 IF NEW WAS: $37999

NOW ONLY: $2999 EA. W

NE S!

L VA

RI

AR

SELECTED FASHIONS FOR THE FAMILY

$

Two men charged in murder of local man Anthony Spencer shot in recording studio

WOMEN’S SELECTED WINTER JACKETS NOW ONLY Y

Police

10 EACH

AND UNDER!

Police have charged two men in the murder of rapper Anthony Spencer inside a Scarborough recording studio in January. Both men, who are in jail on other charges, were arrested and charged Monday. A Canada Wide warrant has been issued for a woman who was in the company of the two men charged. Samuel Paul, 23, of Toronto, has been charged with first degree murder and weapons offences. Chever Ashley, 22, of Toronto, is facing a charge of accessory after the fact to murder and numerous weapons offences. A woman who police have referred to as an unknown female has been identified as LaPrincia Palmer, 19, of Toronto. A warrant has been issued for her arrest on robbery while armed with a firearm and attempting to obstruct justice charges. Spencer, 23, was shot inside the Brimley Road and Lawrence Avenue recording studio Jan. 21. His body was then wrapped and placed in the back of a car by his friends and dropped off at The Scarborough Hospital, General division on McCowan Road. Police said at a press conference Tuesday, Oct. 2, that Spencer and his friends had been robbed inside the recording studio. Police have previously said security camera footage from a nearby business captured two men and a woman exiting a taxi and walking down the stairs into the basement recording studio at 12:42 a.m. At 1:44 a.m., the woman, who police have identified as Palmer, was seen walking up the stairs to use her cell phone before returning to the studio. Just before 2:30 a.m., Palmer is

Rap artist Anthony Spencer, 23, died after being shot in a Brimley Road recording studion in January.

again seeing exiting the studio and standing at the top of the steps. Around 4:30 a.m., Palmer made a call to a taxi company to order a car to a nearby convenience store. Before the taxi dispatcher speaks to her, a single gunshot is heard in an audio recording of the call. Palmer, Ashley and Paul then left in a taxi. Police have said the investigation was met with hurdles as Spencer’s friends, who were inside the studio when he was shot, refused to name the gunman. Anyone with information on the murder is asked to contact Det. Sgt. Gary Giroux at 416−808−7387 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416−222−8477.

ADVERTORIAL

COME IN AND SEE OUR TRUCKLOADS OF NEW FURNITURE AND MAJOR APPLIANCES AT LOW, OUTLET PRICES! PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY. SAVINGS OFFERS DO NOT INCLUDE PARTS & SERVICE OR SUNDRY MERCHANDISE, ITEMS WITH #195XXX & SEARS ‘VALUE’ PROGRAMS WITH PRICES ENDING IN .97. ALL MERCHANDISE SOLD “AS IS” AND ALL SALES FINAL. NO EXCHANGES, RETURNS OR ADJUSTMENTS ON PREVIOUSLY PURCHASED MERCHANDISE; SAVINGS OFFERS CANNOT BE COMBINED. NO DEALERS; WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. PRICES DO NOT INCLUDE HOME DELIVERY. ALTHOUGH WE STRIVE FOR ACCURACY, UNINTENTIONAL ERRORS MAY OCCUR. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO CORRECT ANY ERROR. ‘REG.’, ‘WAS’ AND ‘SEARS SELLING PRICE’ REFER TO THE SEARS CATALOGUE OR RETAIL STORE PRICE CURRENT AT TIME OF MERCHANDISE RECEIPT. OFFERS VALID AT SEARS MARKHAM OUTLET STORE ONLY. ©2012 SEARS CANADA INC. SEARS® MASTERCARD, SEARS VOYAGE MASTERCARD OR SEARS CARD OFFERS ARE ON APPROVED CREDIT. SEARS® AND VOYAGETM ARE A REGISTERED TRADEMARKS OF SEARS, LICENSED FOR USE IN CANADA. ®/TM - MASTERCARD AND THE MASTERCARD BRAND MARK ARE REGISTERED TRADEMARKS OF MASTERCARD INTERNATIONAL INCORPORATED. SALE PRICED MERCHANDISE MAY NOT BE EXACTLY AS ILLUSTRATED. SOME ITEMS MAY BE RECONDITIONED OR REFURBISHED.

CATALOGUE SHOPPING 24 HOURS A DAY • 7 DAYS A WEEK

1-800-267-3277 • www.sears.ca/outlet

Ask about our Ship-A-Gift®

MARKHAM OUTLET STORE

SHOPS ON STEELES & 404

STORE HOURS

Mon-Fri 10am to 9pm Sat 9am to 6pm Sun 11am to 6pm

SALE PRICES IN EFFECT OCTOBER 4 TO OCTOBER 7, 2012. UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED IN OUR AD OR WHILE QUANTITIES LAST. SALE DOES NOT APPLY TO PURCHASES MADE PRIOR TO OCTOBER 4, 2012. ALL OUTLET MERCHANDISE HAS BEEN PRICED FOR FINAL SALE.

GIANT TIGER AT 682 KENNEDY RD CELEBRATES GRAND RE-OPENING On Saturday, Giant Tiger opened it’s doors to a newly renovated store. The brand new interior is open concept with more space for customers to browse aisles and navigate through departments. Staff celebrated with loyal customers by offering free face painting for kids and bbq hot dogs and sodas. $1,500.00 in proceeds from the bbq benefited the Variety Village children’s charity.


Community

| SCARBOROUGH MIRROR | Thursday, October 4, 2012

7

BENCH STRENGTH

Staff photo/NICK PERRY

WEXFORD RESIDENCE CELEBRATION: The Wexford Residence Foundation celebrated a donation of 10 park benches from the Eglinton Square Shopping Centre Friday afternoon. Back row, left to right: Wexford Residence board members Jill Raine and Mary Ellen Trimble, Eglinton Square Shopping Centre marketing manager Darren Neely, Wexford Residence CEO Sandy Bassett and Wexford Residence board chair David Barker. Front row: Wexford Residence resident Verna Robinson, Wexford Residence board member Carl Hoffman and wife Lyn Hoffman, Wexford Residence Foundation director of development Mary-Ruth Flood and Wexford Residence residents Margaret Strachan, Sam Pollock and Betty Gilmour.

Send us your story ideas to scm@insidetoronto.com

Ellesmere Health Care Center and Walk-In Clinic “Total health care at your service open 7 days a week” FAMILY PHYSICIANS ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS

Hours of Operation

Monday-Friday

9:00 am to 8:00 pm

On-site services

(Covered By OHIP) - Specialists - Hypnosis to quit smoking - Complete cardiac testing ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ - Skin consultation - Electrolysis hair removal ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Address

d

ere R

Ellesm

Rd

d

ere R

Ellesm

am Markh

ere Rd EllesmCenter and Care In Clinic Walk-

2060 Ellesmere Road Units 1-5, Scarborough M1H 2V6

Physiotherapy - Chiropractor - Chiropodist 416-439-8900

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Total Health Pharmacy

416-439-4900

Saturday

9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Sunday

11:00 am to 5:00 pm (416) 439-CARE (2273) Walk-In Clinic Hours

Monday-Friday

10:00 am to 8:00 pm

Saturday

9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Sunday

11:00 am to 5:00 pm


Health

The City of Toronto holds public consultations as one way to engage residents in the life of their city. Toronto thrives on your great ideas and actions. We invite you to get involved.

Rouge National Urban Park Official Plan Amendment You are invited to attend a community meeting to learn more about the proposed Rouge National Urban Park Official Plan Amendment, ask questions and share your comments. Date: Monday October 15th, 2012 Time: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Location: Scarborough Civic Centre Committee Rooms 1 & 2 150 Borough Drive, Toronto Background: In 2011 the Government of Canada announced its intention to create Canada's first national urban park in the Rouge Valley.The City ofToronto is working with Parks Canada and other public landholders to establish this park. As part of establishing the park, publicly owned lands will need to be transferred to Parks Canada.TheToronto Official Plan currently prohibits the sale or disposal of City owned lands within the land use designations which apply to the proposed area of the park.

HYDRO CORRIDOR

ROAD MEADOWVALE ROAD MEADOWVALE

AVENUE FINCH AVENUE OLD FINCH

E RIVER L OANLA UG AITOIN AT ANNNN S NAADDIAI LIT T L E R CAAN RAILWAY

CANADIAN PACIFIC LIMITED PACIFICLIMITED CANADIAN

ROAD LINENEROAD NG TOWNLI TOWN PICKERI PICKERING

OR OR

IDID RR RR O

O OOCC

BEARE ROAD BEARE

ROAD ROAD REESOR REESOR

SEWELLS ROAD SEWELLS

STEELES AVENUE EAST

YDDRR HY

A nurse has brought together health care practitioners in an effort to improve services for ambulatory care patients. Denyse Henry, a Scarborough resident and patient care manager at Sunnybrook hospital, established the Canadian Association of Ambulatory Care in March. Recently, the organization held its first conference in Scarborough. About 150 health care practitioners attended. Ambulatory care is when medical treatment is delivered on an outpatient basis, meaning the patient doesn’t stay in a hospital overnight. “We all know that services in ambulatory care settings has now become the preferred standard for care. It is primarily driven by advances in research and practices,” Henry told conference attendees. “Providing services on an ambulatory basis when indicated is better both physically and emotionally for our patients, and of course it is also more cost effective on the healthcare system.” Henry said she established the CAAC to “bring a stronger voice

Best Buy CORRECTION NOTICE NEWSPAPER RETRACTION FOR THE BEST BUY SEPTEMBER 28 CORPORATE FLYER On page 22 of the September 28 flyer, this product: Traxxas 2931 EZ-Peak 4 AMP NiMH Charger (WebID: 10217125), will not yet be available for purchase due to shipping delays. We are pleased to offer rainchecks for the effective flyer period.

O

E ROUG RIVER

Ambulatory healthcare conference in Scarborough ANDREW PALAMARCHUK apalamarchuk@insidetoronto.com

Community Meeting

ROAD LITTLES ROAD LITTLES

SCARBOROUGH MIRROR | Thursday, October 4, 2012 |

8

We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused our valued customers.

FUTURE SHOP CORRECTION NOTICE

R

DRO IDIO RR COOR

NEWSPAPER RETRACTION FOR THE FUTURE SHOP SEPTEMBER 28 CORPORATE FLYER On the September 28 flyer, page 13, this product: Compustar Two-Way Remote Pack (WebID: 10218244) was advertised with an incorrect image. Please be advised that this Remote Pack does NOT come with two four-button remotes. Product only comes with one four-button remote, and one starter button. Secondly on page 13, this product: Traxxas 2931 EZ-Peak 4 AMP NiMH Charger (WebID: 10217125), will not yet be available for purchase due to shipping delays. The item is anticipated to arrive in stores in approximately 4-6 weeks. We are pleased to offer rainchecks for the effective flyer period. Thirdly, on page 12, the Rogers LG Optimus L3 Prepaid Phone (WebID: 10221701) will also not yet be available for purchase due to a delayed phone launch. Finally, on page 27, the XBOX 360 4GB Kinect Family Bundle with LA Noire bonus game (WebID: 10196026 / 10146299) was advertised with an incorrect price. Please be advised that the correct price for this bundle is $299.99 NOT $249.99, save $50 as previously advertised.

C RROO YDD Y

H

We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused our valued customers.

R

G OU

ER

to ambulatory patient care.” Keynote speaker Dr. Jocelyn Charles stressed healthcare providers need to communicate with each other to ensure patients’ information is transmitted effectively from one provider to another. “As we move more and more care out to the ambulatory care setting, patients move from clinic to clinic, and if those clinics don’t co-ordinate with each other and talk to each other, patients can slip through the cracks,” she said in an interview. “There’s no standard of what needs to be communicated and the timeliness of that communication, so we need to develop that.” Sunnybrook hospital recently established an

e-discharge program where a summary of what happened in hospital, including medication changes, is sent to the patient’s family physician right after discharge. “That’s an improvement over the traditional way which is the physician discharging the patient dictates a summary letter that gets typed and then sent to the family doctor,” Charles said. “So I can receive a discharge summary anywhere from the same day to six months later. And if a patient needs care, that needs to be done in a timely manner. I believe it should be done within the first 24 or 48 hours.” The conference was held at the Delta Toronto East hotel on Kennedy Road.

IVE R

Therefore the City is undertaking an amendment to its Official Plan in order to allow for the transfer of City lands to Parks Canada to establish the Rouge National Urban Park in the Rouge Valley area of the City of Toronto. These lands will continue to be available as parks and open space as part of the proposed national park under the ownership and mandate of Parks Canada.

Staff photo/ANDREW PALAMARCHUK

Denyse Henry is the president of the Canadian Association of Ambulatory Care. The organization held a conference in Scarborough recently.

The area to which the Official Plan Amendment applies is shown in the small map. LAKE ONTARIO

More Information: You can view a report providing background information and the draft Official Plan Amendment at: toronto.ca/parks/featured-parks/rouge-park or contact: Jane Weninger, Senior Planner, City Planning Tel: 416-392-0422 Fax: 416-392-3821 email: jwening@toronto.ca

Information will be collected in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. With the exception of personal information, all comments will become part of the public record.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2012 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Blessed Pope John Paul II CSS


Active

Scarborough’s Magloire back with Raptors for second NBA season Scarborough Walk of Fame inductee Jamaal Magloire, the only Canadian to suit up for the National Basketball Association’s Toronto Raptors, has been signed on for another campaign with the team. Magloire, who attended Wexford Collegiate in Scarborough for Grades 9 and 10 and then transferred to Eastern Commerce in east Toronto in Grade 11 to play for the perennial powerhouse Saints, is with the Raptors in Halifax for their training camp which runs Oct. 2 to 6. EXHIBITION TILT Their first exhibition game is Monday, Oct. 8 at the Air Canada Centre a g a i n s t Sp a i n’s Re a l Madrid. The 34-year-old Magloire was an inaugural 2006 inductee into

Scarborough’s Walk of Fame. In last year’s walkoutshortened season, he averaged 1.2 points, 3.3 rebounds and 11 minutes in 34 appearances with the Raptors 680 GAMES His career average is 7.3 points, 5.3 rebounds and 21.9 minutes in 680 regular season outings over 12 years. His best statistical campaign came in the 2003-04 season with New Orleans Hornets when he was named to the Eastern Conference All-Star team. He averaged 13.6 points, 10.3 rebounds and 33.9 minutes in 82 games – one of only 11 players that season to average a double-double. – Norm Nelson

| SCARBOROUGH MIRROR | Thursday, October 4, 2012

9

Friday Night Lights high school football at Birchmount Stadium NORM NELSON nnelson@insidetoronto.com

The Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend will kick off in Scarborough with a Friday Night Lights high school football game at a very busy Birchmount Stadium. The stadium is quite busy tomorrow with nearby Malvern Collegiate from the Beaches holding its fourth annual sports day. But the night will feature an allScarborough football showdown, beginning at 7 p.m. SEASON OPENERS Facing each other, in the season opener for both teams, will be a combined team from Bendale Business and Technical Institute and Winston Churchill Institute against crosstown rival Scarborough Academy for Technological, Environmental and Computer Education (SATEC) located at W.A. Porter Collegiate Institute. Both teams are part of the

TDSB’s varsity development league, designed to allow high schools to ease into competitive football. Scarborough teams playing senior football this fall include (along with their records, where applicable): SENIOR TIER ONE: Sir Wilfrid Laurier (2-0), Birchmount Park (2-0) and Sir John A Macdonald (0-1); SENIOR TIER TWO: Agincourt (1-0) and David and Mary Thomson (1-0); VARSITY DEVELOPMENT: Bendale/Churchill; SATEC@W.A. Porter; and Sir Robert Borden; JUNIOR: Sir John A Macdonald. TORONTO CATHOLIC DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD: Only one Scarborough Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) high school is fielding a football team this fall, and that’s Mother Teresa, in the senior division. TCDSB football teams are playing amongst themselves this year, and not interlocking with the TDSB as they have done in recent years.

Plus, we price match. FreshCo.com

Scores and stories

Do you have scores, story ideas and photos to share with Mirror readers? Email them to active@insidetoronto.com

FREE

THE NEW

10TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION LANCER

WINTER WHEEL+TIRE PACKAGE ON ALL NEW VEHICLES. SALE ENDS OCT 10, 2012

MORE BELLS, MORE WHISTLE, MORE FUN!

2012 OUTLANDER ES THE BOLD AND SPIRITED SUV

$153

$19,988

BI-WEEKLY PAYMENT WITH

INTRODUCTORY PURCHASE PRICE (INCLUDEAS $800 CONSUMER CASH DISCOUNT◊)

LANCER

$159

LOYALTY BONUS FOR QUALIFIED

EXHAUST FINISHER

POWER SUNROOF

1910 Eglinton Ave. Scarborough, ON

1-888-677-2964

www.scarboroughmitsubishi.ca

REAR SPOILER

MONTHS

THE FUEL-EFFICIENT CROSSOVER

$1,000 5 SPOKE ALLOY WHEELS

PURCHASE FINANCING FOR

2012 RVR ES

$2,500 IN NO CHARGE EXTRA FEATURESo

LEATHER WRAPPED STEERING WHEEL

0% 84

FOG LAMPS

10TH ANNIVERSARY VEHICLE BADGE

BI-WEEKLY PAYMENT WITH

Offer(s) available on new 2012 models purchased through Scarborough Mitsubishi to qualified retail customers who purchase a new vehicle by October 1, 2012. Some conditions apply. Offers are subject to change without notice. See dealer for details. 2012 RVR GT, 2012 Lancer SE, 2012 Outlander XLS models shown have MSRP of $28,988, $23,988, $$35,198. 0% purchase financing available through Bank of Montreal for up to 72 months on Lancers, RVR ES and 84 months on Outlanders. Terms vary by model. See dealer for details.

0% 72 PURCHASE FINANCING FOR UP TO

MONTHS


SCARBOROUGH MIRROR | Thursday, October 4, 2012 |

10

HERITAGE FORD FALL SAVINGS SALE! NO CHARGE FORD WINTER WHEEL & TIRE PACKAGE BRAND NEW 2013 FIESTA SE SEDAN

55 MPG

$0

√ 1 .6L 4 Cylinder √ 6 Speed Automatic √ Air Conditioning √ Power Group √ Keyless Entry √ Winter Group

CJ131

DOWN &

0%

LEASE FOR ONLY

249.00

$

MONTH + HST

BRAND NEW 2013 FIESTA SE HATCH √ 1 .6L 4 Cylinder √ 6 Speed Automatic √ Air Conditioning √ Power Group √ Sync Systems √ Full Power Group

$0

DOWN &

0%

LEASE FOR ONLY

249.00

$

MONTH + HST

CJ130

BRAND NEW 2013 FOCUS SEDAN SE SPORT

55 MPG

√ 2.0L 4 Cylinder √ 6 Speed Automatic √ SE Sport Package √ Rear Spoiler √ 17” Aluminum Wheels √ Sat. Radio √ Ambient Lights

CB136

$0

DOWN &

0%

LEASE FOR ONLY

$0 299.00

$

DOWN WITH $1000 COSTCO REBATE

MONTH + HST

BRAND NEW 2013 FOCUS HATCH SE √ 2.0L 4 Cylinder √ 6 Speed Automatic √ Winter Package √ Heated Seats & Mirrors √ Air Conditioning √ Full Power Group

BILL AITKEN NEW CAR SALES MANAGER

$0

DOWN &

0%

LEASE FOR ONLY

279.00

$

MONTH + HST

ANGELO ABBATE BUSINESS MANAGER

CLINTON BROWN NEW SALES

CB117

ANGELO LUPO JIM JANKOVSKI SCOTT BROCKLESBY NEW SALES NEW SALES NEW SALES

ALL LEASE PRICES BASED ON 20.000 KM/Y WITH $0 DOWNPAYMENT AND LEASE RATE OF 0%.

46 YEARS OF QUALITY, TRUST & VALUE

THURS 9-8 FRI 9-6 SAT 9-5

OUT OF TOWN

1-800-267-3673

NEW CAR:

WWW.HERITAGEFORDSALES.CA

Victoria Park Ave.

Heritage Ford

SHOP ONLINE AT HERITAGEFORD.CA

416-261-3311

Danforth Ave.

HERITAGE FORD

on

gst

Kin

.

Rd

Queen St.

2660 Kingston Road, Scarborough, ON M1M 11L6


Active

| SCARBOROUGH MIRROR | Thursday, October 4, 2012

11

Birchmount Collegiate runners do well at meet

The Birchmount Park Collegiate cross country team notched an impressive finish at the McQuaid Invitational Meet held at Genesee Valley Park in Rochester on Sunday. The Grade 9 and 10 boys won the sophmore boys race featuring 29 teams and more than 300 runners. Individually, Grade 9 student Ed Hayfron finished first in this race, Grade 10 students Luke Mackrell finished third, Carter Wood finished seventh, and Daniel Wilson finished 13th. NORTH AMERICAN MEET McQuaid is one of the largest cross country school meets in North America with 25 races and more than 7,000 athletes from Ontario and across the United States competing. The team is coached by Birchmount teacher Glenn Duncan. Team members are Carter Wood, Luke Mackrell, Ed Hayfron, Daniel Wilson, Neil McCann, Jack Kelly, Ramy Mohamed and Will Caverley.

Air C

Photo/COURTESY

Members of the Birchmount Park Collegiate cross country team that competed in Rochester, New York on Sunday are Carter Wood, Luke Mackrell, Ed Hayfron, Daniel Wilson, Neil McCann, Jack Kelly, and Ramy Mohamed. Team member Will Caverley is absent from the photo. The team is coached by Birchmount teacher Glenn Duncan.

nfiniti

Hearing aids not working?

Ltd. onditio ning & Heating

THE RACE IS ON: Furnace Cleaning & Inspection

$89.99

YOU VS

JACK FROST FROST JACK BUY AA NEW NEW BUY FURNACE TODAY! TODAY! FURNACE

Carrier Cool Cash Rebate up to $1350.00 + OPA Rebate up to $650.00

Purchase a furnace and air conditioner, and receive a free humidifier, free air cleaner and free winter cover. Carrier Cool Cash Rebate up to $1350.00 Buy Now

Exp. November 30th 2012

No Payment, No Interest For Up To One Year

Visit Our Showrooms

Send your sports news to us at: active@insidetoronto.com

Toronto: 3001 Markham Road, Unit 19 Durham: 1145 Brock St. S. Kitchener: 871 Victoria St N, Unit 3 Thornhill: 97 Doncaster Ave.

PAYMENT ON GAS BILL FURNACES FROM $49.00 PER MONTH O.A.C.

10-YEAR WARRANTY PARTS & LABOUR

Hearing aids not working?

Free Repair Clinic Drop by Sears Hearing Centre from 10am to 2pm for your fall hearing aid tune up! � Free in-house servicing of your � All makes and models of hearing hearing aids including hearing aid cleaning, checking, minor repairs and adjustments

� Free package of hearing aid batteries*

aids welcome - regardless of where they were purchased

� Manufacturer technician onsite � Plus, new hearing aid demos available on request

Friday, October 5th, Scarborough Town Centre - 416.296.1264 or visit searshearing.ca

416-609-9608 905-430-2473 519-741-5100 416-939-2572 *While quantities last.


SCARBOROUGH MIRROR n | Thursday, October 4, 2012 |

12

Active

MacLean stands tall on college volleyball court DAVID GROSSMAN active@insidetoronto.com You won’t find it too difficult locating Ben MacLean. Just look for the tall guy. MacLean stands near the seven foot mark, which makes him just the kind of towering guy you might want to take along to pick some apples at this time of the year. And on Halloween, when he plays his first volleyball game for Toronto’s George Brown College, there will likely be more tricking than treating from this Scarborough native. But the 19 year old, who tips the scales at about 290 pounds, has more in mind these days. He is determined to expand on the volleyball knowledge he gained a few years ago as a student at Sir Oliver Mowat Collegiate. And George Brown might be just the place. Volleyball Canada picked the College as Toronto’s only post-secondary school to house a Centre for Excellence.

Photo/MICHAEL STEFANCIC

Scarborough’s Ben MacLean, who stands nearly seven feet tall, is preparing for the varsity volleyball season at George Brown College.

The master plan for the National Sport Organization is to post various centres across the country and try to fix Canada’s slumbering status against world competition. In other words, build the country’s future international stars. Not so sure MacLean wants to be part of that

initiative just yet – but it is tempting and he has lots of work ahead of him. Not so sure he’s accustomed to the volleyball jargon and his interpretation of the term “crepe” might be different from what is it: when a player digs the ball by extending his leg with the foot flat on the floor, letting the ball bounce off the top

Foody Mart CORRECTION NOTICE

of the foot. Even some slang volleyball terms could prompt a strange glance from MacLean. Not advisable calling out “Stuff Turkey” and looking at him. The term is used to describe a stuff block. That’s when the volleyball hits the floor of the opposing team before the blocker does. When that happens, a player is said to have had his turkey stuffed. MacLean has tried basketball and while he may have the height, he does admit his lack of speed running down the court is an issue. He also took a pass on baseball and hockey, sports he played as a youngster. But when his career interests leaned towards a different kind of energy, and working with systems that would benefit the environment, MacLean decided on a two-year diploma program studying heating, refrigeration and air conditioning at the College’s Castle Loma campus. Aware of his physical

prominence and the need to try get in some daily exercise, MacLean signed on for a chance to play with the Huskies volleyball team that competes in the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association. Looking for statistics, MacLean is not concerned right now about his quota of digs, kills or aces. “I’m still learning the game – but I also won’t be this tall guy standing around and watching,” he said. “When it gets down to playing sports, I know you have to think about doing what’s best for your team. Every day I am learning something new and opposing teams will know when I am playing.” While he may still lack certain fundamentals, MacLean has plenty of determination and is out to elevate his game. “Just learned the sport a few years ago – in high school,” he said. “I think my size could be a huge advantage and there’s also less running around.” MacLean is an inquisi-

This is the correct version of the FLYER SPECIALS Fri. Oct. 5. Thurs. Oct. 11/12 If you received any other version disregard as it is not valid.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

tive kind of person, eager for knowledge and finding a career. He’s tried baking pastries on a high school co-op and also found servicing gas fireplaces to be intriguing. When others get a glimpse of the towering MacLean on the competitive court, they tend to look twice and then contemplate how to find a way to beat him. When he combines his giant size with power and hitting the volleyball, look out. George Brown coach Josh Nichol might need some time to decipher if MacLean’s combination of touch and instinctive improvisation will pay off in the months to come. MacLean also knows George Brown missed out on a spot in the OCAA playoffs last year and while his being in the lineup is no assurance of a league championship – he sees it as more than a few hours of fun. “I am beginning to enjoy (volleyball) a great deal and my height helps – especially once I get my hands high in the air to block a shot,” he added.


13

| SCARBOROUGH MIRROR n | Thursday, October 4, 2012


SCARBOROUGH MIRROR | Thursday, October 4, 2012 |

14

Opinion

ADVERTORIAL

Kitchens, Bathrooms and Plumbing Talk on transit goes on and on Your house isn’t just a house. It’s your home. It’s where you raise your family; your refugeaway from the world. You take pride in your home and ensure it is comfortable and inviting. Crystal Bath understands this. Being a truly family-owned andoperated business, Crystal Bath takes the same pride in their quality workmanship, as you do in your home. Husband and wife team, Mario and Ann Scala, are President and Vice President of Crystal Bath. Mario has been a licensed tiler since the age of 17 and Ann has a background in Sales. Almost 21 years ago in 1991, Mario and Ann embarked oncreating their own kitchen andbathroom renovation business and haven’t looked back. To make the family-owned and operated story complete, Mario and Ann’s son, Chris, recently joined the business as a licensed plumber. Crystal Bath specializes incomplete and partial kitchen and bathroom renovations and

ensure that not only are all their employees licensed and insured but they have been practicing their trade for a minimum of 10 years. This way, Crystal Bath can hire the best tradesmen and go out of their way to keep them. “Everyone is really experienced,” explains Ann. “We keep our people. Our employees are qualified and happy.” Whether it is tiling, painting or electrical work,you can be assured that all jobs completed by the Crystal Bath team are of superior quality.They have also recently added licensed plumbing services to better accommodate all their customers’ needs. Their plumbing vehicles are available seven days a week and can be dispatched for any emergency situation. The greatest testament to any company is word of mouth referrals and repeat customers. This is how Crystal Bath has successfully grown their business. Along with client testimonials, Crystal Bath has been recognized for the last three years

as the best in kitchen and bathroom renovations by readers of the Scarborough Mirror newspaper. Their workmanship is guaranteed to be completed on-time and on-budget.The Crystal Bath team will provide professional advice on design and function, whether it is of a contemporary or traditional design. Their team will work with you to provide the best solutions to accommodate your needs and budget. Crystal Bath accommodates all homeowners, including firsttime owners but they also have a special understanding of the aging population and their special needs. They love to take on projects like retro-fitting bathrooms with amenities such as walk-in bathtubs and showers. “We are fair with seniors” says Ann. “We take care of the older generation.” For your at-home free kitchen or bathroom quotation call Crystal Bath at 416-261-6199 or go to www.crystalbath.ca for more information.

Fall is here, Time to renovate! Readers’ Choice Winner 8 Years in a row as Best Floor & Tile, General Contractor, Bathroom & Kitchen Renovation

PLUMBING SERVICES We have expanded our family business to include our Licensed Plumber who can unplug your toilet, fix your leaky sink & all other plumbing services.

The best investment that you could make would be in your home. Whether it be for resale or for your enjoyment.

Specializing in Bathroom & Kitchen Renovations. We are licensed, insured and take pride in all of our quality services. We provide all name brand products for your renovations.

Crystal Bath

O

h, goody. The October meeting of Mayor Rob Ford’s executive committee will have a familiar treat: a jolly long talk about how the city might fund major transit expansion projects in the future. It is familiar indeed. From Mel Lastman to David Miller to Rob Ford, the dream of big transit projects has fueled both rhetoric and design like no other project except maybe property tax increases. In that sense, the conversation starting this month and going into next spring will be a little stilted, and might not go anywhere. That’s because the report from City Manager Joe Pennachetti frames the question at the nexus of those ideas: namely, how to finance big transit expansion, whatever that may be, using among other things, big whopping property tax increases. moving targe The report is something Toronto Council asked for, mostly in response to Mayor Ford’s moving target plan to build a Sheppard subway into Scarborough using private sector money and a growing amount of federal and provincial grants. In shutting down the subway dream, council in its wisdom decided to look at ways of financing transit absent either the private sector or nominal help from higher orders of government. It is a sensible thing to do: an “adult” conversation that determines what exactly Torontonians are willing to pay for in the way of public transit, which is to say, how much Torontonians are willing to pay. The report looks at hiking the land transfer tax by a percentage point, reinstating a $100 vehicle registration tax, imposing road tolls on highways, and a one per cent property tax hike. In the same agenda, the city manager is setting up a plan to devise a transit plan itself based upon a review of the city’s

david nickle Official Plan. Once again, it is a sober and sensible approach to transit planning — two elements lacking in both Mayor Ford’s subway dream, and the bus-token-in-every-pocket approach that TTC Chair Karen Stintz came up with in the spring with the frenetically gerrymandering One City transit expansion plan. Seems dull and sensible and prosaic, yes? pipe dream Well, there is still an element of pipe dream to it all. Because even as Toronto Council is considering these plans, so too is Metrolinx, the provincial government’s go-to agency when it comes to financing new transit. Metrolinx also is looking at ways to finance its own transit expansion plans – plans which encompass the entire Golden Horseshoe. Meanwhile, there is an emerging consensus that what Toronto really needs is a downtown relief subway line — the least regionally beneficial transit expansion imaginable. The question becomes: if roads do get tolled in Toronto, just whose projects will that money go toward? And so it goes: the conversation on transit will go on, with no end in sight.

Community Information Meetings To help our community understand health system transformation, funding reform and the need for our Strategic Plan Refresh, The Scarborough Hospital is hosting two public community information meetings next week. Community members are invited to learn about the issues facing healthcare in Ontario, with a specific focus on what changes to the system may mean for patients in Scarborough. A question and answer period will follow. Tuesday, October 9, 2012 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. The Scarborough Hospital, Birchmount campus 3030 Birchmount Road Irene Stickland Centre

Bathroom & Kitchen Renovations

416-261-6199 • 2839 Kingston Rd. Scarborough, ON www.crystalbath.ca Call us today to book a FREE estimate and consultation or visit our showroom

city views

Thursday, October 11, 2012 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. The Scarborough Hospital, General campus 3050 Lawrence Avenue East Lee Family Auditorium

Coffee, tea and parking will be provided.

Web: www.tsh.to

Twitter: @ScarboroughHosp Email: info@tsh.to


15 | SCARBOROUGH MIRROR | Thursday, October 4, 2012

Fresh Pork Back Ribs cryovac pkg. of 2

Country Harvest Bread 675g selected varieties

Royale Bathroom Tissue

We check major supermarket competitor’s weekly flyers on the above items and automatically match to offer the lowest price! We actively check and, if needed, will automatically lower our price at each of our stores against that store’s major supermarket competitor’s advertised price for the duration of their promotion. We will match the price on the product itself; brand name and size is at our discretion. We may equalize to pound, gram, kilogram or per dozen. Excludes: flavoured milk varieties, “spend x get x”, “free” or discounts obtained through loyalty programs.

Prices effective Thursday October 4 until Sunday October 7, 2012. Wishing you a safe & happy holiday, please see store for holiday hours. We reserve the right to limit quantities, while quantities last. No rainchecks. We reserve the right to correct any unintentional error that could occur in copy or illustration.


SCARBOROUGH MIRROR | Thursday, October 4, 2012 |

16

It’s FREE!! Visit us today at www.wagjag.com

SAVE

52%

HHuuRRRRyy ImEE bbEEFFooRREEttIm RRuunnssoouutt!!

Brought to you by

SAVE

59%

en e w lo Creepers Hal re Supersto

s lnes l e W Pinnacle

$29 for a 45-Minute Deep Tissue Massage Plus an Injury and Wellness Consultation, Custom Nutrition Chart and More from Pinnacle Wellness (a $70 Value)

SAVE

50%

$12 for $25 towards Costumes, Decor and Accessories at Creepers Halloween Superstore

a’s Joe Mam

$25 for $50 towards southern Cooking from Joe Mama’s

SAVE

50%

4 Locations to Choose From

use Power Ho r of Terro

An Extreme Fear Package, an Extreme Scream Package or a Scream Package for Admission and More to the Power House of Terror

SAVE

94%

SAVE

50%

in Second Sk a p Laser & S

n Europeaie Patisser

$24 for 24 French Macaroons from European Patisserie (a $48 Value)

SAVE

55%

$199 for 1 Year of Unlimited Laser Hair Removal on 3 Body Parts at Second Skin Laser and Spa (a $3,564 Value)

e Car o r d y Colon H

1 or 2 Electro Meridian Screenings of Your Choice at Colon Hydro Care

SAVE

53%

ey Old-Tim ance Skeleton D

$7 for a Ticket to Frankie Tomatto’s Friday Night Comedy Show or Saturday Night Game Show (a $15 Value)

$62 for 10 x 12 oz AAA ChoiCe Strip Loin SteAkS (A $150 VALue)

highLightS • Supplier: The Butcher Shoppe • 1 x 7.5 lb case • Each steak is 1”-2” thick • Product is raw, frozen • Individually vacuum packed • Compare vs. $19.99/lb at fine butchers


Environment

17

>>>from page 1 – a visitor’s centre and three other “discovery hubs” are proposed there – Harvey said the agency faces a challenge in reaching the millions of Greater Toronto residents it hopes will visit. “It’s a fairly unknown park across the city,” he said. When Veinotte presented Park People with the concept last month, said Harvey, some group members felt the ecology of the Rouge River watershed was not being given overreaching importance or that “everything possible” would be done to maintain the health of its animal and plant life. Veinotte said the Rouge NUP requires a different approach to conservation from other national parks, and that those standards, along with details on the boundaries of the 14,000-acre park and how to manage it, will be part of a strategic plan Parks Canada will work to draft this winter. But she suggested Parks Canada won’t be lax in protecting the environment of the Rouge, even as it tries to increase the number of park visitors. “We’re very committed to the health of the park from an ecological standpoint.” The proposed main visitor centre, she added, would serve as a window for visitors on Canada’s national and marine parks, teaching them to value nature and protected places. “We want to foster that stewardship and volunteerism.” Veinotte said federal Environment Minister Peter Kent will soon appoint an advisory council for the park, which was run until this August by a co-operative of groups and governments called the Rouge Alliance. The Toronto and Region Conservation Authority has assumed interim control of the park and its six former staff members, she said. “We don’t want all the good work that now goes on in the Rouge Park to stop.” For now, however, Ontario’s Liberal government, which owns most of the park’s land through the TRCA, has not dropped its demand that the federal government should pay the province to hand it over. Adam Sweet, Kent’s press secretary, was asked whether the dispute would affect the minister’s prediction in June that an agreement transferring park lands to the federal government will be signed this fall. Sweet said talks and consultations with all major landholders in the park continue. “We are working towards a transfer agreement as expeditiously as possible,” he added this week. The City of Toronto must change its Official Plan before transferring parcels it owns in the park. When a public meeting about this is held, at 7 p.m. on Oct. 15 at the Scarborough Civic Centre, ScarboroughRouge River Councillor Raymond Cho said he would make a case to keep 17 acres on the park’s western boundary in city hands. The city spent $17 million in 2007 to buy the land, north of Finch Avenue between the Rouge and its Morningside Creek tributary, from a developer with permission to

build a subdivision on it. Toronto Council, nearly split on the Village Securities purchase, specified the land was to remain a natural buffer for the park, but Cho said it may still be possible one day to build a community centre or sports fields there for his Morningside Heights neighbourhood. “If we hand it over it’s going to be federal land. Personally I’d like that piece of land to stay with the city.” he said Monday. Surrounded by the park but not expected to be transferred to it is the former Baere Road Landfill site, a city landfill until 1983 but now partly planted with trees. The nearly 200 acres

are currently “not accessible to the public” but a ski hill and a mountain biking course have been suggested for it in the past. The city says residents who attend a meeting on the Baere Road Master Plan, Oct. 11 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Blessed Mother Teresa Catholic High School on Sewells Road, can help determine what is done with the land and receive an update on the Rouge NUP process. The Toronto Zoo, owned by the TRCA and considered for years as nominally part of Rouge Park, is also being left out of plans for Rouge NUP.

| SCARBOROUGH MIRROR | Thursday, October 4, 2012

City, province must still transfer land for park


SCARBOROUGH MIRROR | Thursday, October 4, 2012 |

18

Community

Runn 4 Dunn at Joseph Howe

Staff photos/NICK PERRY

RUNNING FOR TERRY AND JESSICA: Students from William G. Davis Junior Public School teamed up with Joseph Howe Senior Public School for the school’s annual Terry Fox Run last Friday afternoon. This year’s run was unique because it was also a run for fellow school mate Jessica Dunn. The Grade 8 student was diagnosed in July with osteosarcoma of the femur – the same type of cancer Terry Fox had. In August she began cancer treatment and chemotherapy. Students were encouraged to wear blue, which is Dunn’s favourite colour and show their support for her in the The Runn 4 Dunn event.

Royal Doulton, Royal Albert, Waterford, Wedgwood and more.....

80 Up to

%

OFF

SALE

FIGURINES CRYSTAL FORMAL DINNERWARE GIFTS TEAWARE CASUAL DINING

MANUFACTURER’S SUGGESTED RETAIL PRICES

SALE

SALE HOURS Closed Tuesday - Wednesday 11am - 6pm Thursday - Friday 11am - 8pm Saturday - Sunday 11am - 5pm Monday

900A Don Mills Road, Toronto On Barber Greene Road

3 lights south of Lawrence Ave.

ENDS SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7th!

On Now Until Oc, 2010

Toronto Shop Talk is hosted by Toronto Community News, publisher of your award-winning community newspaper.

416.493.4400


FACTORY DIRECT 10 Sets per Store Reg.$698

All 2 Pcs Sectional Sofa Bed

Reg. $698

(Storage Sofa & Chair)

All 5 Pcs Marble Dinnette

10 Sets per Store

From

$

698

All 2 Pcs Sofa & Love Seat

Reg. $1398

(Chair Available)

All 5 Pcs Modern Bedroom

48

From

68

$

Reg.$168

98

$

$

88

$

Reg.$148

From

148

$

298

$

W/ Mattress Support

98

288

$

128

$

SINGLE MATTRESS

From

Reg. $268

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

Reg.$598

$398 White or Black

Futton w/ Mattress

Elegant Sofa Bed

All Wood

W/ Folded Tray

Detachable Bunk Bed

Modern Sofa Bed W/ Detached Ottoman

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

Hwy 401 Matheson Blvd. E. HY ATT FURNITURE CLUB

D ix ie R d .

HY ATT FURNITURE CLUB

B r i m ly R d .

M i d la n d A v e .

N

Ellesmer e Rd.

Hwy 401

N

][

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

598

Table + 6 Chairs

$

Reg.$398

$

All 7 Pcs Marble Dinnette

From Coffee Table Set 3pc/set

Double:$148 Queen:$188

Reg.$398

From

98

Wood/Metal Twin Bed

998

Sofa, Love Seat, Chair

Reg. $898

From

Reg. $198

$

Reg. $698

88

$

Yes, we do Special Size Mattress

Reg.$298

198

$

Reg.$268

Compact Folding Bed

W/ Hutch

From

3 Pcs Recliner Sofa Set

Reg. $1198

w/ Ottoman

Reg. $1698

From

698

All 3 pcs Sectional Sofa

LCD TV STAND

Reg. $98

Computer Desk

From

Reg. $298

Modern Coffee Table

68

$

10 Sets per Store

$

3 Pcs Living Room, Sofa, Love Seat, Chair

LIMITED QUANTITY

Reg. $998

Reg. $999

398

Choice of Colour

Reg. $498

598

All 10 pcs Solidwood Pub Set

Reg. $1298

Reg. $98

$

298

6 Pcs Bedroom Set

Reg. $1698

$ From

798

All 8 pcs Sleigh Bedroom Set

$

$

468

$

All 7 Pcs Modern Dinette Table + 6 Chairs

Reg. $998

White or Dark Brown

$

From

From

$1198

Reg. $1298

LIMITED QUANTITY

(Black Only)

6 Pcs Bedroom Set Choice of Colour

Table + 4 Chairs

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

All 5 Pcs Deluxe Sectional High Back Comfort Design

4 Drawer Chest

From

698

From

498

$

Choice of Colour

$

10 Sets per Store

SHOP ON-LINE NOW

Eglinton Ave.

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

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

Elegant PU Bed

STORE HOURS

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

| SCARBOROUGH MIRROR | Thursday, October 4, 2012

www.hyattfurniture.ca

FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE

10 DAYS ONLY! $ $ 498 498

19


SCARBOROUGH MIRROR | Thursday, October 4, 2012 |

20

Transit

TTC will operate new LRT lines after all Announcement made two weeks after Metrolinx said it would seek private operator RAHUL GUPTA rgupta@insidetoronto.com

Staff photo/RAHUL GUPTA

TTC CEO Andy Byford looks on, Ontario Minister of Transportation Bob Chiarelli speaks to the media yesterday morning about an agreement reached between Metrolinx and the TTC regarding the operation of four light rail transit lines to be built in Toronto.

Metrolinx and the TTC will work together after all to run four light rail transit lines in Toronto. Accompanied by Ontario Minister of Transportation Bob Chiarelli, representatives from both transit agencies held a joint press conference at TTC headquarters yesterday announcing an agreement in principle has been reached for the operation of the LRT lines, the first of which is scheduled to open in 2020. Under the terms of the agreement, the TTC will be responsible for operating the transit lines – Eglinton-Scarborough Crosstown, Finch, Sheppard and Scarborough – leaving all design, construction and maintenance work to the private sector. Metrolinx also agreed to let the TTC co-ordinate operation of the lines through its Hillcrest control facility, a crucial factor in the agreement, said TTC CEO Andy Byford. “It was very important to make sure we got the operations, safety

Dufflet Rosenberg, Speaker Founder & CEO, Dufflet Pastries

and customer service elements right and Bruce (McCuaig, Metrolinx CEO) and I have worked very hard on a framework that can deliver that aspiration,” said Byford at the press conference. The agreement comes exactly two weeks to the day Metrolinx informed the TTC in writing that the province would look for a private sector partner to run the lines. ‘One moment in time’ But McCuaig said the letter from Sept. 19 addressed to the TTC simply represented “one moment in time” and negotiations continued to find a suitable compromise. He denied the decision to send the letter was a negotiating tactic intended to put pressure on the TTC to come to terms on an agreement. “This was not about putting pressure on anyone,” said McCuaig. “It was about two partners working together to deliver a new approach on this infrastructure, and that’s exactly what we did.” While the question of what tran-

sit entity will operate the lines has been resolved, details remain to be finalized, and McCuaig said he expected a master agreement to be hammered out in the next couple of months. Provincial funding Another issue is how much funding the province will give to the TTC to run the lines. TTC chair Karen Stintz said a decision on that matter isn’t due until two years before the lines open. “We have time to work out those details,” she said. Chiarelli called on the federal government to implement a national strategy for planning and funding transit projects over the long term. He said his government to date had kicked in nearly $13-billion in infrastructure funding for Ontario, while the federal commitment for the entire country was half that. “They need to come to the table with more,” said Chiarelli. n O n Tw i t t e r ? F o l l o w @ TOinTransit

PR E IC AR IN L G YB EX IR TE D ND ED !

A day for you to work ON your business, not just IN it Hosted by:

Keynote speaker Rick Segal CEO & Co-Founder, Fixmo and former President of Chapters Online

Tuesday October 16 | 9am – 5pm

Keynote speaker Peter Oliver Partner, Oliver & Bonacini

Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building

Register for FREE at toronto.ca/SBF2012 | 416-395-7416 | PRODUCED BY

PLATINUM SPONSOR

GOLD SPONSORS

BRONZE SPONSOR

SPECIAL INTEREST

@EnterpriseTO

SILVER SPONSOR

PARTNERS

Partner Sponsors:

Government Partner:

You’ve never attended an event like this. The SMB Exchange will empower you to: • Learn from leading SMB entrepreneurs • Share case studies to solve your business issues • Build contacts through innovative interactive sessions

Tuesday, October 9, 2012 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. REGISTER NOW www.smbexchange.ca | 416.862.4522

Stream Sponsor:

Strategy and Solutions Sponsor:

Tech Sponsor:

Printed Collateral Sponsor:

Media Partner:

Supporting Sponsors:


21

798 7284

Business Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 am - 6 pm Telephone Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8:30 am - 5:30 pm & Friday, 8:30 am - 5 pm Cash & Interac Transactions: 9 am - 5 pm

fax: 905

| SCARBOROUGH MIRROR | Thursday, October 4, 2012

call: 416

853 1765

175 Gordon Baker Road, Toronto, ON M2H 2N7 www.insidetoronto.com | Circulation: 416 493 4400

Adjustments: Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of your ad. Please check your ad on the first insertion. For multiple insertions of the same ad, credit will be made only for the first insertion. Credit given for errors in connection with production on ads is limited to the printed space involved. Cancellations must be made by 2 p.m. one business day prior to publication date. Cancellations must be made by telephone. Do not fax or e-mail cancellations.

Careers

Careers

Careers

Careers

Careers

LEARNING. LEADERSHIP. LIFESTYLE. ST

It’s all right here.

Careers

Careers

Careers

General Help

Here We Grow Again!

PART- TIME NEWSPAPER VERIFIER WANTED

The leading home specialty retailer in North America will soon be opening our Flagship store in Downtown Toronto

We are currently seeking energetic and motivated individuals who are available to work part- time up to 19 hours/ week during the day and evening on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and be flexible in their schedule. Responsibility: • To travel to specific areas within the GTA to conduct in-person interviews with homeowners regarding the delivery of the newspaper and flyer within a timely fashion Qualification: • Excellent customer service and telephone skills • Able to work independently Well organized, professional, enthusiastic, detail oriented, self -starter, flexible to multi-task • Must have good commands of the English language • All applicants must have a valid license and a reliable vehicle • Compensation includes hourly-wage and gas allowance

Lakeridge Health has everything you seek – in your career and beyond. As one of Ontario’s largest hospital networks and the dedicated cancer centre for the Central East LHIN, we foster a culture that promotes career advancement, learning opportunities and great quality of life. Through our four hospital sites, and leading cancer, nephrology and mental health and addictions programs, we provide a broad range of healthcare services to a diverse population, with a focus on achieving excellence – every moment, every day.

Clinical Nurse Specialist – Critical Care This full-time opportunity will be of interest to an advanced practice nurse looking to take the next step in a fulfilling career. Registered with CNO and combining current ACLS, BCLS and CNA Critical Care certification with significant clinical experience in critical care nursing, you will facilitate the transfer of knowledge and evaluate nursing practices to support the Critical Care Program at our Oshawa and Bowmanville sites. With seasoned expertise and judgment clearly evident in your practice, consultation, education, research and leadership, you will foster an environment of learning for patients and their families, nurses, students and other healthcare professionals. A master’s degree in Nursing is essential.

Emergency RNs & ER/Critical Care Float RNs Working a day/night schedule of 12-hour shifts in a regular full-time, regular part-time or temporary full-time capacity, you will provide patient care as an Emergency RN or an ER/Critical Care Float RN. A competent Registered Nurse whose knowledge of current professional practice is supported by recent, significant experience, including paediatric nursing, you hold CNO registration and current BCLS certification. Ideally, you are committed to completing the ENC(C) or CCRN(C) certification from the CNA, and hold a BScN and ACLS certification. While you may be based at one site, you must be prepared to work across Lakeridge Health. Fostering a culture of lifelong learning, we offer bursary and interest-free loan programs, flexible work schedules for those attending classes, and the support to achieve your personal and professional goals. For more information, visit our website. Apply online or by e-mail to careers@lakeridgehealth.on.ca

lakeridgehealth.on.ca

General Help

With over 1,000 U.S. stores ranging from 25,000 to 50,000 square feet, and some stores exceeding 90,000 square feet we are very excited about the opening of our largest and most unique Canadian store, 33rd in Canada.

Now Hiring Sales, Stock, Cashiers & Bridal Consultants

Please fax your resume to Julie Montgomery at 416-774-2067 or Email to jmontgomery@insidetoronto.com No phone calls please WE ARE LOOKING FOR CARRIERS in your NEIGHBORHOOD! Do you live in M1L and are looking for some part time work? Do you enjoy getting out in your neighborhood? Do you like to meet new people? BECOME A NEWSPAPER CARRIER, delivery twice per week DON’T WAIT, CALL NOW! ROUTES GO FAST! Ramesh 416-774-2341

Full/Part-Time needed

IMMEDIATE INTERVIEWS

Tuesday, October 9th through Saturday, October 20th (except Sunday) 8am-6pm daily until all positions are filled

Holiday Inn Downtown Toronto

Make Up To $1500 CASH/week

30 Carlton Street Toronto, ON M5B 2E9, Canada We also have MANAGEMENT opportunities available. Please submit your resume to: Bed Bath & Beyond, Attn: Michelle Hunter, Fax (905)762-1232

Charity Marketing Not Door to Door Do some good, make some cash! CharityFundraisingEvents.com

Bowmanville Oshawa Port Perry Whitby HOSPITALS

Careers

® EOE

www.bedbathandbeyond.ca

www.insidetoronto.com

PRODUCTION MANAGER wanted for Scarborough manufacturing plant.

Please call 416-438-7213

Drivers

PARTS DRIVER/ WAREHOUSE TEAMMATE for Richmond Hill. G license with exp. Co. paid benefits. Email resume & driver abstract to alvinkaman@ worldpac.com


SCARBOROUGH MIRROR | Thursday, October 4, 2012 |

22

Drivers

Drivers

Drivers

Novenas/ Card of Thanks

Looking for a Great Part-Time Job?

Novenas/ Card of Thanks

HOLY Spirit, Thou make me see everything and show me the way to reach my ideal. You who will give the divine gift to forgive and forget the wrong that is done to me and who are in all instances of my life with me. I, in this short dialogue, want to thank You for everything and confirm once more that I never want to be separated from You no matter how great the material desire may be. I want to be with You and my loved ones in Your perpetual glory, Amen. Person must pray this 3 consecutive days without stating one’s wish. After the 3rd day your wish will be granted no matter how difficult it may be. Promise to publish this as soon as your favour has been granted. – J.D.

BECOME A SCHOOL BUS DRIVER Free training provided!

Our part-time schedules work well for retirees, stay at home parents, or any one who would like evenings, weekends and summers off. Apply Online: under “Join Our Team� tab

Domestic Help Available

Business Opportunities

Or Apply by Phone: 877-233-4045

A-1 MAID Service. Clean Houses, Condos. Experienced Cleaners. Bonded, Insured, Low Cost. Call 4 1 6 - 7 4 2 - 0 0 8 2 www.a1maids.ca

THIS IS creating MILLIONAIRES! Earn $30,000 to $50,000+ weekly with ABSOLUTE proof. This is real! Call 1-800-887-1897 (24 hrs.) This is a serious life changer!

www.stocktransportation.com

Or Apply in Person: Toronto West, 60 McCulloch Ave, Rexdale Toronto East, 17 Upton Rd., Scarborough Toronto North, 1365 Kennedy Rd., Scarborough *Must be at least 21 years of age, have a valid A,B,C,D,E,F, or full G license, and be proficient in English Also hiring full-time Mechanics. Career Development

Career Development

Industrial/Commercial for Rent/Wanted INDUSTRIAL UNIT for rent, Clean air condition unit. 1450 Sq.Ft. $1300 per mo. plus HST. 416-804-4256

Business Opportunities

Career Development $294.00 DAILY MAILING POSTCARDS! Guaranteed Legit Work. Register Online! www. ThePostcardGuru.com ZNZ Referral Agents Needed! $20-$95/Hr! www. FreeJobPosition.com Multiple $100 Payments To Your Bank! www. S u p e r C a s h D a i l y. c o m More Amazing Opportunities @ www.LegitCashJobs.com HELP WANTED!!! Make $1000 a week mailing brochures from home! FREE Supplies! Helping Home-Workers since 2001! Genuine Opportunity! No experience required. Start Immediately! www. themailingprogram.com

• • • • •

+,5('

Community Service Worker $PNNVOJUZ4FSWJDF8PSLFS Developmental Service Worker %FWFMPQNFOUBM4FSWJDF8PSLFS Early Childcare Assistant &BSMZ$IJMEDBSF"TTJTUBOU *OUSB0SBM%FOUBM"TTJTUBOU-FWFM** 7KHUHVVD:RRGZDUG Intra-Oral Dental Assistant Level II .BTTBHF5IFSBQZ ,QWUD2UDO'HQWDO$VVLVWDQW Massage Therapy .FEJDBM-BC"TTJTUBOU5FDIOJDJBO 0HOLVVD$VUXOD Medical Lab Assistant/Technician 3KDUPDF\$VVLVWDQW

Medical Office Assistant .FEJDBM0GGJDF"TTJTUBOU Personal Support Worker 1FSTPOBM4VQQPSU8PSLFS PSW Bridging Program 148#SJEHJOH1SPHSBN 1IBSNBDZ"TTJTUBOU Pharmacy Assistant 1IMFCPUPNZBOE&$( Phlebotomy and ECG 1SPGFTTJPOBM'JUOFTT$POTVMUBOU Professional Fitness Consultant

C<HYY<YFa" 

W &DOO WRERRN DQ DSS RLQW PHQ

(YHQLQJďż˝ &ODVVHV

1   0  

Delivery questions? Email us at:

distribution@ insidetoronto.com or call 416-798-7284

Novenas/ Card of Thanks

Tax/Financial $$$NEED MONEY$$$ Do you have a pension plan from an ex-employer? (LIRA) or (locked in RRSP). Call NOW! 1-416-357-9585

Mortgages/Loans $$MONEY$$ CONSOLIDATE Debts Mortgages to 90% No income, Bad credit OK! Better Option Mortgage #10969 1-800-282-1169 www.mortgage ontario.com

Houses for Rent EXECUTIVE 5BEDRM in exclusive Royal York on Edenbridge $2,700 /mo. Furnishings available Call (905)823-4000 KAY FISHER REALTY & FINANCIAL Brokerage

Townhouses for Rent MORNINGSIDE/ MILNER: 3 bedroom townhouse for rent. Garage, A/C & playground. Close to schools & shopping. Now accepting applications. Please call 416-282-3976

Apartments & Flats for Rent

Houses for Rent Detached 3 bedroom house, complete one bedroom Basement, with separate entrance, steps away from TTC, School, HWY 401. Tel: 416-281-0321

MEADOWVALE & Ellesmere. 4 bedroom bungalow with double car garage. Month to month lease. $1100 + utilities. Available immediately. 416-721-6362. LAWRENCE/ MARKHAM 3 bedroom basement apartment. $950. Walk-out basement. Parking. No pets. Close to all amenities, malls, TTC. 416-519-8993

Notices (Public)

SUMMONS ORDER is given to LINDA COREEN PAYNE to appear before the Clerk of this court located at 1, Notre-Dame Street East, within 40 days of publication of this notice in the newspaper Scarborough Mirror. NOTICE is hereby given that if LINDA COREEN PAYNE appears, the Motion to Institute Divorce Proceedings will be presented before the Superior Court (Family Division) of Montreal, on December 5th, 2012 in room 2.17 of the Montreal Courthouse located at 1, Notre-Dame Street East, in Montreal. TAKE NOTICE that a copy of the Motion to Institute Proceedings and Notice to Defendant as to Contestation were left with the Clerk of this Court, to the attention of LINDA COREEN PAYNE. CAPUTO MACHICO VALVANO, avocats 4477, rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest Westmount (QuĂŠbec) H3Z 1R6

Travel & Vacations CANCEL YOUR TIMESHARE. NO Risk Program STOP Mortgage & Maintenance Payments Today. 100% Money Back Guarantee. FREE Consultation. Call Us NOW. We Can Help! 1-888-356-5248

Personals/Companion MAKE NEW FRIENDS! Join a social adult mixed bowling club. Parkway Bowl. 416-447-1761.

Tutoring

Computer/Internet COMPUTER/ INTERNET repair. CertiďŹ ed technician. Virus remove, window crash, networking... No charge, no ďŹ x. 416-939-3125.

Notices (Public)

Articles for Sale

Mortgages/Loans

PETERâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S DEPENDABLE JUNK REMOVAL From home or business, including furniture/ appliances, construction waste. Quick & careful!

Vehicles Wanted/Wrecking

!!!!!! $200-$2000 Cash For Cars & Trucks $$$$ 416-410-0044

$300$3000

BED, ALL new in plastic, Queen Orthopedic. Mattress, boxspring. Warranty. Cost $1,000, Sell $275. 416-779-0563 CLOSET DOORS: Sliding panel board or mirror. Any size. We install! Call 416-618-8805 Visit our website www. amdclosetdoors.com

Cash 4 Cars Dead or alive Same day Fast Free Towing

416-312-1269 416-490-9199 1-888-989-5865 REEL AUTO. Cash for scrap cars, trucks, vans. Any condition. 7 days/ week. Mike at 416-717-1785

HOT TUB/ SPA. 2012. Brand new Warranty, fully loaded. Cost $8900.00 TOP CASH 4 Cars! Dead Sell $3900.00. or Alive + FREE Towing. Joe 416-303-8881 416-779-0563

Articles for Sale (Misc.)

Waste Removal

Trucks & SUVs

416-677-3818 Rock Bottom Rates! Plumbing

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

647-519-9506 Handy Person HANDYMEN. PROFESSIONAL, reliable. Install, renovate, repair. Carpentry, electrical, plumbing. Decks, fences, kitchens, bathrooms, basements, ďŹ&#x201A;oors. Free estimates. Zik 416-522-9279 TILE WORK, PLUMBING, HOME REPAIRS Showers, walls/ ďŹ&#x201A;oors,etc Toilet repairs, 35 years experience, Senior with References. Reliable Ray. 416-918-2009

Masonry & Concrete

MATH TUTOR. Exp. alge2000 DODGE Dakota. bra, calculus and more, HOT TUB (SPA) Covers Great shape, loaded, 4 x 2, Grades 1 - 12. reasonable Best Price, Best Quality. nice red, RT 5.9 pickup. BRICK, BLOCK & rates. Call 416-371-7361 All shapes & Colours Only 126,000 kms. $6000 NATURAL Available. Call ďŹ rm. 416-292-4314/ STONEWORK 1 - 8 6 6 - 6 5 2 - 6 8 3 7 416-272-7366 Chimneys, Tuck Pointing, w w w. t h e c o v e r Brick, Concrete guy.com/newspaper Windowsills and Much FRENCH, ENGLISH, Home Renovations More! Math, Science, For Free Estimate Chemistry, Physics, Firewood QUALITY WORK low Call Peter: Biology, Accounting, prices. Bathrooms, base647-333-0384 Calculus, and more. ments, plumbing, ceramwww. Grades KG- 12. FIREWOOD, Seasoned drywall, taping, www.rgeducation.com hardwood. Delivered, ics, stardustconstruction painting. Seniors disCall: 416-609-9508 (905)263-2038. .com count. Aldo 416-721-6947 BUILDER/ GENERAL CONTRACTORS RESIDENTIAL/ COMMERCIAL. Finished basements. Painting. Bathrooms. Ceramic tiles. Flat roofs. Leaking basements. Brick/chimney repairs. House additions 9 0 5 - 7 6 4 - 6 6 6 7 , 416-823-5120

Garage Sales

STAINED GLASS SALE All stained glass at half price. 25 Ingrid Drive (Golf Club & Ellesmere Rds) Sat. Oct. 6 & Sun. Oct 7 9:00am-2:00pm

Painting & Decorating QUALITY PAINTING. Good service and good prices. Call Mike 416-832-4347.

Moving & Storage ANY MOVING/ junk removal, Local & long distance. 24 hours. Insured, licensed. BBB and BNI Member. Voted #1 by Metro! 416-253-7641. www.ssonsmoving.com APPLE MOVING and Storage. Residential/ ofďŹ ce moving. Packing services. In business 30 years. Reliable & courteous. Insured & licensed. 416-533-4162

MOVING

LOCAL, long distance Packing service, FREE boxes.

www.toromovers.ca

416-844-6683

Carpet & Upholstery CARPET UPHOLSTERY steam cleaning any 4 rooms, hallway and stairs $90. Sofa set $60. Extra rooms $20. Free deodorizing. 416-890-2894


HARDWOOD FLOOR Specialists. Installations, Resanding, Stains. For estimate call Jim 416-284-6243 or 416-561-9502

Flooring & Carpeting 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

Appliance Repairs/ Installation

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

#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

Want to get your information online or in print?

RIZKO APPLIANCE SERVICE

prlink.insidetoronto.com

Specializing in all makes of refrigeration, a/c, washers/ dryers, stoves, 35 years experience. All work & parts guaranteed! Certified technician. Seniors discounts!

Submitting is easy. And it’s FREE!

Get Noticed.

Fred 416-297-9798

Publish. Your way. Right now.

HOME IMPROVEMENT DIRECTORY HOME RENOVATIONS

FOR ALL YOUR RENO NEEDS

PETER’S CONCRETE & BRICK

416-699-4754

416-267-2384 LIC. #B23188

10% SENIORS’ DISCOUNT • MEMBER BBB

Est. 1988

www.sullivanlawn.ca COMPLETE LANDSCAPE, LAWN CARE & PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Now Accepting:

GAS FURNACES CENTRAL AIR Sales, Service, Installations.

www.airflexltd.com 416-439-7155

DANAR RESTORATION

Electrical, Plumbing, Flooring, Etc... Repairs • Installation • Services

Electrical (Pot lights, Panel Upgrades, Knob & Tube, etc...) Plumbing (Drain services, bathroom & kitchen fixtures accessories, etc..) Flooring (Tile, Hardwood, Laminate & etc...)

CALL: 647-990-1335 We’re Fully Licensed and Insured

NO DOWN PAYMENT FOR SENIORS! - CONCRETE PORCHES - PORCH ENCLOSURES - STEPS, WALKWAYS - WINDOWS, DOORS - FLAGSTONE, BRICKS - ALUMINUM WORK & RAILINGS - BASEMENT LEAKS - ROOFS, AWNINGS AND CANOPIES DON’T PAY FOR 1 YEAR! O.A.C. 18 YEARS WITH THE SAME NAME AND NUMBER

WWW.DANARCO.CA 416-791-1234

Heating & Cooling Kitchen Remodelling Bathroom Remodelling Basement Finishing & Remodelling Demolition And MUCH MORE...

APPLIANCE REPAIR/INSTALLATION MARS APPLIANCE REPAIR

Windows, Doors, Decks, Eaves, Shutters, Aluminum & More

416-918-3211

BRICDrywall O HOME IMPROVEMENTS � Bathrooms � Tiles

Crown Moldings � Painting Basement Finishing � Decks � Fences

Free Estimate � Call 416-606-9881 GUARANTEED F������� HIGH QUALITY RENOVATIONS WORK

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

FOR A FREE ESTIMATE PLEASE CALL:

416-389-4988

www.fairportrenovations.com • lui@fairportrenovations.com

FRANK’S RENOVATIONS

• Interlocking • Flagstone • Verandas • Concrete • Retaining Walls • Waterproofing • Flower Boxes • Brickwork • Wood Fences

Free Estimates

Call Cell

Pot lights Service upgrades Breakers/Panels FREE ESTIMATES

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

HEATING & COOLING

UNIVERSAL HEATING AND COOLING

...LOW

.

VICE..

69.95

CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATES

*10 Year Warranty

MASONRY & CONCRETE ABU BAKAR BUILDING RESTORATIONS

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

MACKENZIE’S MASONRY

Commercial & Residential • Stone Window Sills • Block Work • Chimneys Built & Repaired NO DEPOSIT UP FRONT! All work guaranteed. Free estimates! Licenced & Insured • 26 years experience

416-282-8912 • 416-993-8912

www.universalhc.ca

PAINTING & DECORATING

416-445-1718

DOUG ELLIOTT & SON PAINTING & DECORATING

To h i g h l i g h t yo u r

416.417.8646

Landscaping and Lawn Maintenance, Spring Cleanups, Trimming & Pruning, Lawn Seeding or Sodding & Fertilizing

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

416.261.1363 647-678-9282

FOR A FREE ESTIMATE CALL

S!

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

Metro Lic 15743

SPECIALIZING IN ALL TYPES OF HOME RENOVATIONS NO JOB IS TO BIG OR TOO SMALL WITH OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE

PRICE

BIGGEST SALE EVER! SAVE $1,000

Plus 22pt. Check List Carbon Monoxide CO Levels $

416-288-0313

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

Furnace From $1450 installed! BEST PRICES IN TOWN!!!

Tune-up & Clean Furnaces or A/C

since

1967 • QUALITY LAWN CARE • HEDGE & TREE PRUNING • WALKWAYS, PATIOS & DRIVEWAYS • SODDING, SEEDING & TOPDRESSING

416-615-0995

416 419-1772

T SER GREA

ON LAWNCARE

Sandy Bowker, B.Sc. Agr.

Burton Electric Inc. Knob and tube replacement LED Lighting Aluminum wire reconditioning Permits and inspections

NO HST

Home I m p rove m e n t Business call

416-798-7284

WALLPAPERING SERVICES 30 YEARS OF SERVICE Reasonable Rates • Courteous • Free Estimates

416.281.9667

www.insidetoronto.com

ROOF

MASTERS

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

Lic. # B21358

Fully Licensed & Insured

416-626-0777

www.canadianroofmasters.com

FREE ESTIMATES (416) 427-0955

R & Z PLUMBING & DRAINS BEST RATES AND SERVICE IN TOWN

Replacement & Repairs (Faucets, Pipes, Drains, etc.) 24hrs/7days a week 28 Years Experience • Licensed

416.661.9393

ROOFING 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

ROOFING

REPAIRS by RAPID TAC • Skylight Repair • Shingle Repairs • Eavestrough Repair • Animal Removal

SAVE UP TO 20%

FREE Eavestrough cleaning with any repair

416-299-1788 ROOFING REPAIRS DUN-RITE

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

(416) 875-2099 • www.roofdoctoron.com

Roof Repair Experts

Metro License #16137896

REPAIRS REPAIRS REPAIRS REPAIRS REPAIRS

YOUR PRIVATE GARDENER

ELECTRICAL

Save UP TO 15% OFF

24/7 - No extra charges for evenings, weekends or holidays Seniors Discounts Metro lic. # P20212 • Fully insured

Fully Insured Member of Landscape Ontario

WWW.UNDERHILL-WECARE.COM

416-451-9040

BEST RATES GUARANTEED!

SUMMER SPECIAL - 20% OFF

FREE ESTIMATES

FREE ESTIMATES

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

CANADIAN

REPAIRS REPAIRS REPAIRS REPAIRS REPAIRS REPAIRS

metro lic. #H16265

UNIVERSAL HOME RENOVATION

• Garden Clean Up • Retaining Walls • Sodding • Interlocking Stone • Landscaping • Design & Planting • Tree/Shrub/Hedge Pruning & Removal

PLUMBER

SERVICING ALL YOUR PLUMBING NEEDS

LAWN & SNOW SERVICES INC.

www.pcbrick.ca

FINANCING AVAILABLE - AS LOW AS $39/MO LICENSED & INSURED • 25 YRS. EXPERIENCE

SULLIVAN

REPAIRS REPAIRS REPAIRS REPAIRS REPAIRS REPAIRS

MODEL RENOVATIONS INC. (416) 736-0090

• Resurface and Build new porches • Specialize in flagstone work • Stone facing around the house FREE ESTIMATES 10% Seniors Discount 35 years in Business

REPAIRS REPAIRS REPAIRS REPAIRS REPAIRS

• Windows • Doors • Bathrooms • Kitchens • Awnings • Eavestroughs • Porches • Railings • Steps • Patios • Stucco • Waterproofing • Brickwork • Decks • Roofing • Mould

ROOFING

PLUMBING

LANDSCAPING, LAWN CARE, SUPPLIES

HOME RENOVATIONS

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

ALL TYPES OF ROOF REPAIRS 647-857-5656

BEST BUY ROOFING

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

Save UP TO Fully Licensed & Insured 15% OFF 416-823-1710 www.bestbuyroofing.ca

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

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

416-248-0211

TREE/STUMP SERVICES Since 1993

• Trimming, Pruning & Stump Removal • Certified & Insured • Free Estimates

2010

wanthony@rogers.com

416 - 450 - 3062 Seniors Discount & Arborist Reports available

ring Covell a

GTA

FULLY INSURED • FREE ESTIMATES

Professional tree trimming Dangerous Tree Removal City of Toronto orborist reports lot clearing Danny • 416 845 3909 Stump Grinding info@metrotree.ca www.metrotree.ca Cabling and Bracing

WASTE REMOVAL

BINS TO YOU

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

1-888-662-DUMP 1-888-662-3867 WATERPROOFING THE WET BASEMENT SPECIALISTS Waterproofing and Foundation Repairs Interior & Exterior Methods Basement Floor Lowering Licensed • 30 Yrs Experience • Insured

416-749-2273 • www.basetech.ca

23 | SCARBOROUGH MIRROR | Thursday, October 4, 2012

Flooring & Carpeting


SPECIAL BUY

SCARBOROUGH MIRROR | Thursday, October 4, 2012 |

24

INVENTORY LIMITED

NO RAIN CHECKS

2011 KIA RONDO EX PREMIUM

2011 KIA SOUL 4U

Leather, Sunroof, 7 Pass, Heated Seats, Loaded

Auto, 18” Wheels, Sunroof, Loaded

127 BI/WK.

$

$

16,995

127 BI/WK.

16,995

$

$

2012 HYUNDAI SONATA GLS

2012 HYUNDAI ACCENT GLS

Sunroof, Loaded

Auto, Loaded

140 BI/WK.

$

$

112 BI/WK.

14,995

18,995

$

$

2012 FORD FOCUS SEL

2012 KIA RIO 5

Auto, Loaded

Auto, Loaded

112 BI/WK.

$

$

14,995

112 BI/WK.

14,995

$

$

Sales ends October 6, 2012 at 6:00pm ALL PRICES AND PAYMENTS ARE PLUS TAX AND LIC AND 84 MTHS TERMS, 2006 MODEL YEAR IS 60 MTHS @ 6.9% O.A.C, 2007 MODEL YEAR ARE 72 MTH TERM @ 6.9% O.A.C INVENTORY SHOWN ARE AUCTION BUYS, ONE OWNER TRADE IN’S AND DAILY RENTALS THAT ARE INCOMING AND IN STOCK VEHICLES NOT EXACTLY AS SHOWN SUBJECT TO LENDERS FINAL APPROVAL 2004 AND 2005 MODEL YEAR PAYMENTS ARE OVER 36 MTHS, 06 MODEL YEAR PAYMENTS ARE 60 MTHS, INVENTORY INCLUDES DAILY RENTALS, AUCTION BUYS AND TRADE INS O.A.C. ONLY $99 DOWN AND NO PAYMENT UNTIL 2013. DEFERRAL PAID BY DEALER.

Used Car Superstore

Where Deals Happen!

TM

3445

SHEPPARD AVE E

@ WARDEN

416.291.7733


October 4 North