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Rev. Patrick White, founder of The Chaplains Office of Canada, at a graduation ceremony and ordination service for 14 chaplains last Saturday inside Maple Grove United Church.

New lease on life spawns second career AARON D’ANDREA Nine years ago, doctors gave Patrick White less than two years to live. White, who was 63 at the time, had suffered three heart attacks, was diabetic and had several other serious health problems.

His doctors said he was in the final stages of heart failure. "I never drank or smoked in my life, and I was just ready to go, but also I wasn’t ready to go," the 74-year-old Weston resident told Metroland Media Toronto. "I can’t even put into words how I felt that it’s over. That’s it. I just accepted it. It became a reality,

and I mean, we have all to face death, I know that, but it did become a real reality and that was about it." With nowhere left to go and no other options remaining, he felt the desire to talk to God, so he prayed, asking for more time to live and, in return, he vowed he would serve God.

"Things started changing," he said. Slowly, he began to feel better, both physically and mentally. Once he was in better shape, White converted from Judaism to Christianity and switched careers from being a motivational

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Police are working to identify second suspect AARON D’ANDREA Toronto police have identified a suspect wanted in connection with the murder of a Hamilton DJ in April. Leonard Pinnock, 33, was shot while sitting inside his car near Dufferin Street and Bowie Avenue, north of Eglinton Avenue West, at approximately 9:30 p.m. April 21. Emergency personnel

arrived and found him with serious injuries. He later died at the scene. Police released video footage in May showing two men approaching the parked car and opening fire. At a news conference Monday, Det. Sgt. Joyce Schertzer identified one of the suspects as 24-year-old Akil Whyte, of Toronto. His image was released. A Canada-wide warrant has been issued for his arrest. Whyte is facing a firstdegree murder charge. "I urge you (Whyte) to speak to someone you trust, hire a confident counsel and turn yourself in immediately," she said. "Every

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Akin Whyte (left), 24, of Toronto, is wanted in connection with the murder of Leonard Pinnock (right), 33. Police consider Whyte armed and dangerous. police officer in the city of Toronto has your photograph. It’s only a matter of time before you’re appre-

hended." Schertzer added Whyte is also wanted for allegedly trafficking cocaine in con-

nection to Project Kronic, an investigation into the Driftwood Crips street gang which saw roughly 120 people arrested across Ontario in June. "I feel that he is extremely dangerous and I would urge those who are assisting him to contact police immediately," she said. "I do know, and I’m confident that there are those who are close to Mr. Whyte and do know where he is and I’m appealing to their better judgment." Police are working to identify the second suspect. Pinnock, a father and DJ, was waiting for a friend whom he drove to the area as a favour. Police have

called the attack unprovoked. Schertzer said Whyte was identified by a "number of things," including a "remarkable" community response. "The residents in this area were very co-operative with investigators," she added. Police are warning not to approach Whyte if spotted and to call 911 immediately. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 13 Division at 416-8081300, the homicide squad at 416-808-7400 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416222-TIPS (8477). With files from Andrew Palamarchuk

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Rev. Patrick White has helped graduate close to 300 chaplains with 26 people waiting to begin training. church, our own faith whether it’s a mosque or a temple, whatever it is, but then we have to get out and do the work that the Lord has called us to do." As of September, there are 26 people waiting to begin the chaplaincy program. White said that more people are realizing there’s a need in Canadian communities for outreach

workers like chaplains. "It’s important to let people know that they don’t have to have, really, a degree to win souls or to help people," he said. "They have to have desire and compassion." White added he knows the chaplaincy will grow. "I also feel that I need some of the chaplains. I feel now that we need to look

for somebody to bring on board that can take control, because one of the worst things that can happen is you could be so busy and you can’t keep up, so it fails," he said. "We would rather take the time now to bring in more professionals that are able to do this (manage the organization). When I pass or when I leave, this ministry will

still go on and that’s my legacy." Looking back, White is happy he turned to God when he thought his luck ran out. "God kept his word," he said. "And I’ve kept mine." For more information about The Chaplains Office of Canada, visit

speaker to becoming a chaplain so he could do advocacy and outreach work in his community. To take his work further, six years ago he founded The Chaplains Office of Canada, where he and other chaplains that he trains from all over Canada continue to serve its clients located all across Ontario. White runs the organization with money used from his pension and enrolment fees. He also gets help from community members through fundraising. "People say you can’t be 74," he said. "I work every day from five or six in the morning to about 11 or 12 (at night), all the time." During his time as a chaplain, he said he has seen drug addicts turn their lives around, parents who’ve lost babies recover from depression and many more "miracles." "I enjoy to see lives change. I enjoy to just get out there and do the best I can, but most of all, I thank God that he’s allowing me to stay alive," he said. "I mean, I still have medical problems here every day sometimes, but the thing I

enjoy the most is to see people with their lives turning around and not from me, but through what God can do for everyone, and I mean everyone." More than 270 chaplains have studied at the organization, located at 1730 Weston Rd. near Denison Road East in Weston. They’re trained to perform various duties such as funerals for low-income families, blessings, counselling for those who have drug, alcohol, gambling and other forms of addictions, baptisms, crisis intervention, youth services, marriages and more. His organization also networks with other groups to help provide some of those services to its clients, which are of every faith. They also partner with organizations to go into communities and feed the hungry. "It doesn’t matter to us what their faith is - what matters to us is that if we can help them," he said. "It’s kind of just showing them as we believe that Jesus did good. He went out into the community and helped people, fed people and prayed, and we’re the same. We believe that all of us should have our own

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l Sat., September 23 Weston Farmers’ Market WHEN: 7:00 a.m - 2:00 p.m WHERE: Weston GO Station, 1865 Weston Rd., Toronto CONTACT: Every Saturday until Oct. 28.

AutumnFest in Maple Leaf Park WHEN: 1:00 p.m - 4:00 p.m WHERE: Maple Leaf Park, 320 Culford Rd., Toronto Celebrate the park and participate in building a strong, safe community. Free hot dogs, corn roast, treats and face painting. Bring a blanket or lawn chairs. Saturday Progressive Euchre WHEN: 1:30 p.m - 5:30 p.m WHERE: RCL Mount Dennis Branch 31, 1050 Weston Road , Toronto CONTACT: 416-767-0231 COST: $6 entry fee Enjoy an afternoon of cards! Registration @ 1:30 pm. Play (10 games) starts @ 2 pm. Cash prizes. Cash Bar. All 19+ years welcome. l Thur., September 28 A World with Colour WHEN: 8:00 p.m - 12:00 a.m WHERE: 500 Keele Street, 500 Keele St., Toronto CONTACT: Ania, 647-273-9869,



Visit to submit your own community events for online publishing., https:// COST: Early bird tickets: $95 (until Sept. 14), regular tickets $115. Artbound presents A World with Colour, a night of contemporary eats and beats in the heart of the Junction (500 Keele St). The event will feature an open bar, two stages, pop-up performances and live art and media installations. All proceeds support Artbound’s global creative impact. l Friday, September 29 MaKey MaKey for Kids WHEN: 4:00 p.m - 5:00 p.m WHERE: Evelyn Gregory Library, 120 Trowell Ave, Toronto CONTACT: Richard, 416-394-1006 Turn everyday objects, like bananas and coins, into touchpads. Then combine them with the Internet. MaKay MaKeys are a great way for children to learn about interfacing and prototyping. l Sat., September 30 Fall Fair WHEN: 9:00 a.m - 1:00 p.m WHERE: Mount Dennis Legion, 1050 Weston Rd, Toronto CON-

TACT: 416-767-0231, COST: Silent auction and 40 vendors. Jewelry, baked goods, plants,knit, crochet and sewn goods,collectibles, books, kitchen wares,CDs, DVDs and more. Spirit of Africa WHEN: 12:30 p.m - 1:30 p.m WHERE: Evelyn Gregory Library, 120 Trowell Ave, Toronto CONTACT: 416-394-1006 This 2 hour workshop will consist of a series of movements, songs and drum rhythms from different parts of West Africa, followed by a lesson in popular African dance. l Tuesday, October 3 Maximize Your Business WHEN: 6:30 p.m - 7:30 p.m WHERE: Evelyn Gregory Library, 120 Trowell Ave, Toronto CONTACT: Richard, 416-394-1006 COST: This session explains the key concepts of cash management, working capital, and operational efficiency. Presented by CPA Canada.


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EGLINTON CROSSTOWN UPDATE: OPEN HOUSE MEETING KEELESDALE STATION, WEST PORTAL & ELEVATED GUIDEWAY Metrolinx is building the Eglinton Crosstown, Toronto’s new 19-kilometre light rail transit (LRT) line that will run along Eglinton Avenue with a central 10 km underground section. The Crosstown will connect Mount Dennis in the west to Kennedy Road in the east, and the new service will be up to 60% faster than the bus service today. With 25 stations and stops and connections to 3 TTC subway stations, 54 local bus routes, 3 GO Transit lines and the UP Express, the Crosstown will improve travel times and change the way we move through the heart of the city.

Join Metrolinx and its constructor, Crosslinx Transit Solutions (CTS) at the upcoming open house and learn about the progress at the future Keelesdale Station, West Portal and Elevated Guideway.

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vious donations to the hospital totalled $80 million. Catherine Zahn, CEO and president at CAMH, told Metroland she is excited about the new centre. "The investment that they’re making in a centre for neuroinformatics is really going to be joining an entire family of scientific infrastructure that’s going to be able to glue together that information to capitalize on the data that we have," she said. Hill is optimistic knowing his team at the centre will make progress in research of mental illnesses. "We’re going to make a very tight loop between our ability to capture data and look at health records to make predictions about which people are maybe more vulnerable and need some extra help and care to prevent things from developing further," he said.

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The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) has opened a new $15-million brain research centre in downtown Toronto. The Krembil Centre for Neuroinformatics is located at 250 College St., near Spadina Avenue and will house close to 35 scientists and technicians specializing in genetics, brain imaging and more to study the brain using data, artificial intelligence and other technologies. "We want to use that data, also the clinical records (of patients), to be able to analyze it to understand what are the defining characteristics of different disorders," said Dr. Sean Hill, the inaugural director of the new centre. "Right now, psychiatry typically works on symptoms and neurol-

ogy sort of works on the biology of the brain; we want to bridge those two." Hill told Metroland Media Toronto the centre, which was announced at a news conference earlier this month, will have large computer banks and a super computer, which staff will use in collaboration with various partners. "(We’ll) analyze the data, build multi-scale models of the brain and use both of those approaches to better define disorders and identify ways to treat them and their underlying mechanisms," he said, adding they could have a team of up to 90 professions over the next five years. The Krembil family have made several investments to neuroscience research in the past. In 2015, Toronto Western Research Institute was renamed the Krembil Research Institute after pre-

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Legacy continues with Invictus Games The Toronto International Film Festival may have wrapped up last weekend, but Toronto has kept the red carpet rolled out with the Invictus Games about to take over. If there’s anyone that deserves the spotlight, it’s these soldiers and veterans - about 550 of them from 17 allied nations - who will take part in the event which kicks off with the opening ceremonies Saturday night. Competition takes place from Sunday through to the closing ceremonies the following Saturday night. The nations involved have all asked a lot of their armed forces. For those of us who live in a democracy, such as Canada, we have the privilege and responsibility to question our political leaders - past, present and future - whether the right decisions have been made in the deployment of our troops. What should never be up for debate is the support we must always have for those troops - the men and women we have sent, and continue to send, into harm’s way on our behalf. For Canada, that commitment includes being a part of the Global Coalition against Daesh in Iraq on the heels of a more than 12-year deployment in Afghanistan. These athletes, according to organizers, "have become ill or injured during or as a direct consequence of their service." You can bet they will try to win their events, but they have already won, in some cases hard earned battles, just by participating. Supporters are welcome to check out their efforts. There are some free events. Watch wheelchair tennis at Nathan Phillips Square, archery at Fort York, cycling in High Park, golf at St. George’s Golf and Country Club as well as the Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge, which is being held on a special course being built on the parking grounds adjacent to the Distillery District. Ticketed events (most at a very reasonable $25) include athletics at York University, swimming at the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre in Scarborough and, at Ryerson’s Mattamy Athletic Centre (formerly Maple Leaf Gardens), indoor rowing, powerlifting, sitting volleyball, wheelchair basketball and wheelchair rugby. Beware, some sessions have already sold out. The Invictus Games follow on the heels of this summer’s successful North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) for Indigenous youth. Both events benefited from the facilities bequeathed to us by The Toronto 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games. Arguably, this is a much better use of our resources than an Olympics could ever be.

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The urban heroes you don’t know about We live with heroes in Toronto, but we don’t know who they are. I met one, Martha Nyame, in Rexdale. From a village in Ghana called Abosamso, she never attended school. Her family was too poor. After emigrating to Canada, she returned to Abosamso in 1994 and saw many children that she knew faced a sad childhood like hers were uneducated. So, she changed their future. What was to be a family home became an orphanage and free school. In Toronto, Nyame worked two jobs and sent every dollar and box of supplies she could to Abosamso. "Even $5 is money," she says. More than 100 children

MIKE ADLER Edges of Toronto were housed and taught at Abosamso, even as fibromyalgia and arthritis advanced in Nyame to the point where she can’t work anymore. Last week, she made an agonized decision to close the school - only 18 orphans will remain there - and I was struck by how few people outside Abosamso knew what Nyame had done for more than 20

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years. Nyame is one of Metroland Media Toronto’s Urban Heroes for 2017. On our website, you can meet other heroes we’re going to honour next month, including Nasser Rad, who couldn’t afford a car after he arrived in Canada as an Iranian refugee; now, he gives cars away to people who need a break. José Alberto Flores, vice-principal of a Catholic secondary school in Bloor West Village, buys breakfasts for students who can’t afford it, bringing the food to class. "Each student has a story," he says. Sharon Nyarko is a hero too. The University of Toronto Scarborough student, who’s been depressed, made a short film, Beyond Words, to chal-

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AARON D’ANDREA Cycling advocates in Toronto’s west end want to see the separated bike lanes on Bloor Street West kept and extended into their neighbourhoods and beyond. With a final report and a decision on the fate of the year-long pilot project, which runs from Shaw Street to Avenue Road, expected to be made before the year’s end, Helen Qu thinks an extension to Islington Avenue in Etobicoke would make sense. "As a cyclist, I find that if I have a safe space to bike in, I will more likely stop at the businesses and shop at the businesses versus completely avoiding that stretch (west of Shaw) at all," said the 29year-old Sunnyside resident. "There’s also many schools and libraries on that section of Bloor as well, so it would be a really

good opportunity for our school kids to be able to cycle to their schools." Qu avoids that stretch of Bloor

a door at any time and you can get hit," she said, adding she’s also worried about the speed at which cars travel.

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Robert Zaichkowski, 30, told Metroland Media Toronto he was involved in a collision with a car near Dovercourt Road a few months ago. "I know if the bike lane was there, the driver would have been encouraged to be more careful because the bike lanes give drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians a sense of predictability," the Parkdale resident said. Data collected by city staff shortly after the bike lanes were installed in August 2016 showed the amount of cyclists increased to 4,500 per day from 3,300 per day, with 25 per cent of that increase coming from new cyclists. Also, cars travelling along Bloor decreased to 20,000 per day from 24,500 per day, but travel times increased from Bay Street to Ossington Avenue by an average of four minutes in the morning and around eight minutes in the afternoon. Furthermore, in staff’s latest report issued in June, residents surveyed within the study area showed support for the bike lanes. Zaichkowski thinks an extension near Dundas Street West is urgently needed. "Between Ossington and Lansdowne, there is no east or west cycling route," he said. "But personally, I’d like to see the Bloor bike lanes extend all the way to Kipling." Little Portugal resident Hyedie Hashimoto, 39, said staff should not only extend the bike lanes, but also extend the study itself. "Taking studies within a few months or just a year after the Bloor Street bike lanes have been installed and deciding whether or not to keep them is kind of premature," she said. "It would be nice if they could do studies that are maybe two or three years in, so people are used to the idea that there are bike lanes there and get used to the idea of taking a slight detour of their regular routes to be able to bike on a major arterial road."

Cycling advocates Robert Zaichkowski, (right) Hyedie Hashimoto and Helen Qu want to see the Bloor Bike Lane Pilot Project extended into their neighbourhoods Thursday, Sept 14. Councillors are expected to make a decision on the bike lanes by the end of 2017. Dan Pearce/Metroland

The Yonge and St. Clair area is set to get a bit more high-profile with the opening of a pop-up store celebrating the neighbourhood and raising funds for cancer research. Toronto graphic artist Lucas Young will print shirts of his own design on the spot for customers, with some of the designs reflecting the neighbourhood with images and slogans that showcase the area and others that are more abstract, such as a raccoon riding a bicycle. Young was inspired by spending countless hours peoplewatching in the area. "You take cues from the transit, the architecture, the history and the lifestyle of the area," he said. Buying a shirt gives area residents a chance to do more than just show off their neighbourhood pride, as the aptly-named Yonge + St. Clair Store will donate a quarter of the proceeds to the Canadian Cancer Society. The pop-up is being facilitated by Slate Asset Management, which is leading a revitalization of the busy corner. Last year, Slate commissioned a massive mural on St. Clair Avenue East to help bring more colour to the long-overlooked Toronto hub. The store will be located at 1470 Yonge Street and will be open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays and from noon to 6 p.m. on Saturdays from Sept. 21 to 30.

because she feels unsafe. "Sometimes it’s really hard to bike in between parked cars and traffic because a car can open up

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Arts festival next Thursday in the Junction p.m. to midnight. It will be a night of contemporary eats and beats with two stages, pop-up performances, and live art and media installations, organizers said. Tickets cost $115, and all proceeds will support ArtBound’s programs. In 2011, they funded an



all-girls arts school in Kenya. The school provides arts programming, classes and activities to the girls on a weekly basis. They’ve also helped created programs in countries like Guatemala, Nicaragua and India. For more information and to buy tickets, visit

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Community arts activities in every corner of the city.


Toronto’s Junction neighbourhood will be transformed into an arts festival on Sept. 28. ArtBound, a charity that funds art-inspired programs in Canada and all over the world, will be hosting A World With Colour at 500 Keele St., near St. Clair Avenue West, from 8


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Toronto Pearson:

International Noise Benchmarking and Best Practices Report Launch


Join us on September 27, 2017 from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Toronto Congress Centre, 650 Dixon Road, Etobicoke, ON, M9W 1J1

for our Community Environment & Noise Advisory Committee (CENAC) meeting for the release of our Noise Management Program Benchmarking and Best Practices Study. What is CENAC?

Why is this important?

CENAC is a forum for discussion between the community and the Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) on matters relating to aircraft noise and the environmentally responsible operation of Toronto Pearson International Airport.

Toronto Pearson serves Canada’s largest and fastest-growing metropolitan area. The GTAA is committed to managing and reducing the impact of our operations and is reviewing a range of ambitious targets and actions to reduce the impact on GTA residents. Our updated five-year Noise Management Action Plan will be released this winter following a year of detailed study and consultations. Understanding international best practices is an important step in the development of this plan.

What can you expect to learn? In 2016, the GTAA hired UK aviation consultant Helios to undertake a Noise Management Program Benchmarking and Best Practices study. The study looked at 11 areas of noise management at 26 comparator airports around the world to identify potential new programs to be adopted at Toronto Pearson. This is the release of the report’s findings. There will be opportunities to speak with experts, including Toronto Pearson staff. This meeting is not focused on decisions around runway usage.

How do I RSVP? Visit to register and to learn more about CENAC and the GTAA’s important noise consultations and studies.





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MARKLAND WOOD GOLF CLUB 245 Markland Drive, Toronto, Ontario, M9C 1R1 Will be holding a public meeting to present its annual report on Class 9 pesticide use as required by Ontario Regulation 63/09 under the Pesticides Act. The annual report summarizes the use of Class 9 pesticides used in 2016:

The meeting will take place on Wednesday, November 8th, 2017 at 1:00 pm Location: Markland Wood Clubhouse Please RSVP to 416 621 2260 - Owen Russell - IPM Agent

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WITH VENDORS! Saturday, September 23rd 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. St. Matthias Anglican Church

Good Used Clothing, Household items, Bedding, Books, Dishes, Jewellery, China & MORE! Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Drinks, and Home Baking, New Vendors Welcome!

Montessori School

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100 The East Mall Monday - Saturday 10 am - 5 pm

Garages Sales

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Coins, jewelry, Amber, lvory, Military, Watches, Toys, G.I. Joe, Star Wars, Cups & Saucers, Silver, Gold, Records, Old Postcards/Photos, Guitars, Old Pens, Lighters & Old Advertising etc.

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Garages Sales

CA$H for any scrap cars. From $100 to $3500. Ask about voucher. Dead or alive.


Vehicles Wanted/Wrecking

Rain or Shine!


Articles Wanted

Garages Sales

Garages Sales


YORKVILLE CONTENT SALE Saturday, September 23 10 am - 4 pm Sunday, September 24 10 am - 4 pm 101 Yorkville Avenue Details and pictures at Etobicoke

ESTATE / MOVING SALE Saturday, September 23 8:00 - 1:00 Sunday, September 24 8:00 - 1:00 27 Elmcrest Rd.


(Burnhamthrope & Rathburn)

Multi Family Yard Sale

Treasures for All ! Everything must go!

Saturday, September 23 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. 151 Clearbrooke Circle (Kipling / Redcliffe) House wares, linens, bedding, material, books, toys, picture frames, DVDs, knick knacks, Christmas / sport items, dinette set, dining room table, bath bench, bariatric walker and clothes. Something for everyone!


YARD SALE Saturday, September 23rd 8 am - 2 pm 32 Riverview Hts Royal York & Dixon 3 blocks East of Royal York, North Side of Dixon Household Items, Scrapbook Supplies, Books and More


ESTATE SALE Friday, September 22nd 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Saturday, September 23rd 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 4069 Molly Ave. Burnhamthorpe Rd. E./Cawthra Packed contents and Senior Driven Nissan Pathfinder 143,000 kl. Full details and photos at Etobicoke

Garage Sale Sat., Sept. 23 9 am - 1 pm 12 Dewitt Road Martingrove/Princess Margaret Baby, household items, books, ladies clothes and much more!

Check Out:

17th FALL FAIR CRAFTS & FLEA MARKET Saturday, Sept. 30th 9 am - 1 pm MOUNT DENNIS LEGION 1050 Weston Rd. SILENT AUCTION & 40 VENDORS! South Etobicoke

Garage Sale Sat. Sept. 23rd; 8am - 2pm (Rain Date) Sun. Sept. 24th

35 Radlett Ave (Brownsline/ Horner) Lots of great items to choose from Don’t Miss Out!


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This individual should possess the following skills: Previous retail travel agency experience Motivated, energetic, with and entrepreneurial spirit incredible customer service skills ability to problem solve knowledge of Apollo, Galileo Vacations and airline/wholesaler websites Exceptional communication skills Ability to work in a fast paced environment as a team Proficient in the Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel Travel & Tourism diploma an asset TICO certified Please forward your resume via email by September 29th Dana Empey, General Manager -

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FT for an EST Window Manufacturing Company with multiple work stations, cutting, welding, assembly, finishing, cleaning and if suitable will train in other areas. Steady employment. 7-4:30pm Mon-Thurs & Fri 7-3:30pm 44hrs/wk. $13-$15/hr. OT avail. Call 905-265-1123 Email: or visit us at 625 Zenway Blvd Woodbridge


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Part time/full time required immediately for a cheese manufacturer in Mississauga. Email: gus Fax resume: 905-678-8794

REAL ESTATE MANAGER Toronto brokerage seeks licensed person to run the day to day affairs of a real estate branch. Excellent incentive package. Full time position.

Email resume: Call: 416-745-5507

Technical/ Skilled Trades

Technical/ Skilled Trades


Shipper / Receiver

Part time/full time required immediately for a cheese manufacturer in Mississauga. Forklift driver with Mechanical and Electrical skills. Fax resume: 905-678-8794

Maintenance Worker

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General Help

Full time Food Mfgr. in Mississauga. Must have strong mechanical/ electrical skills. BeneďŹ ts & good wages Email: gus@ Fax: 905-678-8794


Sales Opportunities

Sales Opportunities

SALES HELP wanted for Calendar Club at Cloverdale Mall Must be able to work all shifts

Please email for details: calendarclubcloverdalemall

home improvement / service professionals Domestic Help Available

Domestic Help Available

HOME AND OFFICE cleaning services. Expect attention to detail and honesty. Will clean to your required area, weekly, bi-weekly, monthly. References. Call Lana, 647-964-1346. Mortgages/Loans


CONSOLIDATE YOUR DEBT HOME EQUITY LOANS FOR ANY PURPOSE!! Bank turn downs, Tax or Mortgage Arrears, Self Employed, Bad Credit, Bankruptcy. We are creative mortgage specialists! No proof of income 1st, 2nd, & 3rd’s up to 85%



Appliance Repairs/ Installation

ALL CITI APPLIANCES Appliances repaired professionally. 35 years experience. Fridges, coolers, washers, dryers, stoves. Central Air Conditioning and Heating.

Based on 3% APR. OAC

(888) 307-7799

Ontario-Wide Financial (FSCO Licence #12456)

HARDWOOD FLOOR SANDING. Specializing in stain/ refinishing. Call for Free Estimate! Reasonable rates. Paul 416-564-8410

Professional Repairs

Carpet installation starting from $1.19/ sq.ft. Hardwood, laminate at low prices. 27 yrs experience. Free Estimates. Best Price! 647-400-8198

OF ALL BRANDS OF: Refrigeration, Stoves, Dishwashers, Washer, Dryers, Air Conditioning & Heating. Free Estimates. Warranty. Credit cards accepted. Seniors discount.

Home Renovations

Home Renovations

CEILINGS REPAIRED Spray textures, plaster designs, stucco, drywall, paint. We fix them all! XXXNSTUVDDPDBr


EXPERIENCED POLISH cleaning lady looking for houses and condos to clean. Bondable. Call Irena 416-573-5777


All Types of Hardwood Flooring Installed, Repairs, Sanding, Staining and Re-finishing

Please call or text FREE estimate 647-891-6541 or 416-825-2699

Prompt, Courteous Service. Call Tom, 416-420-9738

Handy Person

A RELIABLE HANDYMAN Cabinetry, Plumbing, Electrical, Countertops, Painting, General Repairs. Honest, Reliable. Great Rates. 25 yrs. Exp.

Rick 416-707-4693

MEGAFLOORS Mainly Floors and baths. Carpet, hardwood and tile, from $1.79 sq. ft. installed. Bathroom remodel from $3999. Call now for free estimates


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Landscaping, Lawn Care, Supplies

FOR FALL CLEAN-UP Call Cyril to book your appointment for fall and spring clean up and fertilizer. Next day grass cutting!

416-740-3221 or 416-835-4161 Masonry & Concrete

Masonry & Concrete

Handyman Mature experienced, reliable, small to medium jobs, interior or exterior, including carpentry, aluminum repair/replacement, help with staging, homes/condos/apartments based in South Etobicoke 416-819-9859


Handy Person

Landscaping, Lawn Care, Supplies

GLASS REPLACEMENT Repair and Service for Windows and Doors. Quality Work 20 Years Experience Call Tom 647-531-7570 FLOORING: LAMINATE $2.99/sq. ft installed. Carpet $1.25/sq. ft. installed. Painting $69 per room. Complete Basement; Drywall, Bathrooms, etc. Wholesale Prices, Free Pad with Installation. Mangal (416)879-8993

Brick ~ Blocks ~ Stonework Chimney’s ~ Tuck pointing Porches ~ Flagstone Window Sills All Masonry Work. Insured & Licensed

For free estimates call Roman



Tuck Pointing, Crack Repair, Flagstone, Windowsills and Much More! For Free Estimate Call Peter:647-333-0384 MASONRY & CONCRETE Chimneys, Bricks, blocks, natural stone, flag stone, call for free estimates. Serving the Toronto area for 9 years. 416-624-2630

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Appliance Repairs/ Installation

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home improvement / service professionals Painting & Decorating PERFECT PAINTING & Repair Highend Craftmanship Professional Painters Residential custom painting/kitchen cabinets painting, water damaged ceilings repair. Bathroom/kitchen renovations. Finished basement. References. Seniors discounts/free estimates. 647-702-9502


Licensed and Insured Plumbers for all your plumbing needs. Residential, Commercial, Drain cleaning, Camera inspection. New construction. Reasonable rates! 647-898-1059

Waste Removal

Waste Removal

PETER’S DEPENDABLE JUNK REMOVAL From home or business, including furniture/ appliances, construction waste. Quick & careful! 416-677-3818 Rock Bottom Rates!

ALWAYS CHEAPEST! All Garbage Removal! Home/ Business. Fast Same day! Free Estimates! Seniors Discounts. We do all Loading & Clean-ups! Lowest Prices. Call John: 416-457-2154 Seven days

TIRANA ROOFING & DOKAJ CONTRACTORS LTD. Our services are available to residential & commercial clients. We also use advanced installation techniques and the latest materials. We provide free estimates, senior discounts and offer competitive pricing on all projects.

647-773-7243 RE- ROOFING, Roof installations and repairs, Chimney and bricks. Quality work. Reasonable prices. Call First Roofing, 416-624-2630 for a free estimate.

BASEMENT LEAKING? Crack repairs. Filling inside and out. All work guaranteed. Free Estimates. 905-615-8349 or 416-666-2010

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PLUMBER. LICENSED and Insured. Camera Drain Line Service and Snake Drain Unblocking. Repairs and Renovation, 30+ years family run business. References available. 416-876-8700.




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