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What better gift for a father than a day of bonding. Young & Potential Fathers (YPF) is hosting Weston Father’s Day Community Festival Sunday at Little Avenue Memorial Park, 22 Little Ave., noon to 5 p.m. The park will be filled with free activities for the whole family. “We wanted to do something fun for the community,” said Zakiya Tafari, communications and outreach specialist at YPF. “We want to encourage more dads to do more hands-on activities with their kids. Parenting isn’t just about discipline.” The festival includes parentchild activities such as a bigfoot race and face painting. There will also be free food, free ice cream, performances, games, a photo booth and a bouncy castle. YPF (www.youngpfathers.org) operates Ujima House, a family centre at 1901 Weston Rd. that provides parenting programs and services to support fathers. It serves 180 clients monthly. “There are a lot of programs out there for mothers and we want to balance the other side of that,” Tafari said.

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Weston grad earns scholarship for inspiring positive change CLARK KIM ckim@insidetoronto.com

dressing for prom At top, Sara Pereira looks through dresses at Charles E. Weston Public School last Wednesday afternoon at the school’s Prom Boutique. Clothing for the boutique were donated by community organization New Circles as well as local parents. At left, Principal Troy Sotiroff helps Kevin Heydari select a shirt. Staff photos/Nick Perry

Shericka Hepburn jokingly recalled that as a young girl, she’d say she wouldn’t go to post-secondary school unless she got a full scholarship. Fortunately for the Weston Collegiate Institute graduate, she was announced recently as one of the TD Scholarship for Community Leadership recipients in recognition of her commitment to the local community. “It was so surreal. I was so shocked,” she said. “Even now, it really hasn’t sunk in.” TD Bank Group representatives acknowledged Hepburn as one of 20 high school students across Canada to receive tuition for an accredited Canadian university or college, $7,500 a year for living expenses, and summer employment within TD Bank Group for up to four years. Hepburn’s extra-curricular high school resume included being part of Weston Collegiate’s African Canadian Leadership Committee, which she joined in Grade 9 and

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later becoming president of in grades 11 and 12. The committee’s mandate was to challenge black youth to pursue education as a way out of poverty through tutoring and charity events such as toy drives for a local women’s shelter as well as bake sales. She was also a founding member of Weston Against Harm Movement and served as a Restorative Practice facili-

tator, helping find communitybased solutions to community issues. If that wasn’t enough, Hepburn was successful in Grade 10, asking her female peers to join the school basketball team, which initially didn’t have enough interest to start a team. They got to the semifinals that year. Hepburn attended Weston Collegiate for its International Baccalaureate program, which she said was more academically focused. “But I saw that wasn’t the only thing that can interest me,” said Hepburn, explaining why she decided to get involved in other ways. Her guidance counsellor was the one to suggest she apply for the scholarship, which she did one day before the deadline. One interview and two weeks later, she got the news. The scholarship recipients were honoured at a ceremony in Ottawa late last month. Hepburn will be attending Ryerson University in the fall to study business and marketing.

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New Circles is a volunteerdriven agency that offers clothing services, community referrals and skills building programs to Toronto residents. This year, during its eighth annual Prom Boutique, New Circles served nearly 250 young men and women, styling graduates with outfits. Visit newcircles.ca to learn more.

Queens Drive yard sale on this Saturday The 27th annual Queens Drive Yard Sale, which bills itself as “Weston’s Largest”, is back again Saturday, June 14 from 8 a.m. to noon, rain or shine. More than 40 houses will be participating with the street sale taking place on Queens Drive between Jane Street and Rosemount Avenue in the old town of Weston. There will also be homemade butter tarts, candy floss, home baking and more on sale. This year, the TC3 Choir and Frontlines are partici-

pating to add to the celebratory event that stretches for three blocks. Proceeds go to the Weston Conservation District. village Arts Festival Saturday wOakwood

Breakdancing, face painting, live music and a barbecue are just a few events taking place Saturday at the fourth annual Oakwood Village Arts Festival. The free festival, which aims to bring artists across all disciplines, art lovers and community members

together, is slated to run from noon to 5 p.m. with various activities planned at Oakwood Baptist Church, 421 Oakwood Ave., and Oakwood Village Library, 341 Oakwood Ave. Other scheduled events include dance performances, salsa lessons, button making, chalk art, a poetry recital and steel pan music. The finale takes place from 5 to 7 p.m. at Oakwood Village Library. To see the full schedule and for more information, visit www.oakwoodvillaeartsfestival.com

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ffordable housing in Toronto Centre. Improving opportunities for youth in Etobicoke North. Hospital mergers in Scarborough-Guildwood. Helping immigrants transition smoothly in Toronto. Accessibility in Parkdale-High Park. Should the city walk away from the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB)? These were just a few of the issues we put to provincial candidates leading up to tonight’s provincial election. So many more issues were raised throughout the campaign with those hoping to fill seats in the Ontario legislature – during debates, at your front door, or on the streets. Regardless of how you our view voted – or how you’re intending to vote – remaining Continue to politically engaged after the push for issues results are tallied is far more important. of importance We, the electorate, more often than not engage only between during an election campaign elections – when it’s exciting to do so. Rarely do we continue that engagement between elections. This reality is unfortunate. Change is made every day, when residents across the city (and the province) continue to push what is important to them. Granted, not everything makes it to the top of a growing list of issues, but not demanding better of our politicians certainly doesn’t change a thing. Health care, education, jobs, the economy – these are big ticket items that impact the entire province, but it’s the local issues like decisions at the OMB that impact a community and really makes a difference in the everyday lives of Torontonians. After the dust settles, and another provincial government is elected, it is time for residents to continue to push on those important issues. Send letters to your newly elected or re-minted MPP, attend town halls, join a residents’ association, bring your neighbours together to fight for something important. Do something. That way, when it’s time to head to the polls once again, you know that you’ve at least tried to make a difference.

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’m really looking forward to the 2014 FIFA World Cup that starts today. I love what this prestigious tournament does for the city and with it being held in Brazil, a time zone close to ours, Toronto’s going to be hopping throughout. TVs in sports bars, pubs, restaurants and malls will be blaring all the games. Company water coolers will be abuzz with office pool chatter. Everywhere you go, people will be decked out in the jerseys and the colours of their favourite teams checking out the action on mobile phones, laptops and tablets. You’ll see flags of all 32 participating countries visible on front porches, balconies, cars and trucks all over town; the honking of horns after every victory, which always sounds melodic, will last well into the night. The preeminent showcase of the planet’s most popular sport just keeps getting bigger and better with

jamie wayne BUT SERIOUSLY every quadrennial. It’s the only major sport I never played as a kid. It flew under the radar around here back then, so I’m light years away from understanding all the nuances and subtleties of the so-called beautiful game. But I’ll get there eventually. In the meantime, I can tell you one thing about it that impresses me: the powers that be aren’t constantly messing with the game. For other major sports, navel-gazing and tinkering have become a cottage industry. Not so in “futebol”. The template seems to be: it is what it is. And lo and behold it works. Like a fine wine, what it is just keeps gets better with age. They don’t sit down and rewrite the rules every year. Fans aren’t subjected to the incessant blabber about

making the nets smaller or changing the size of the goalie’s gloves. There’s no whining about enlarging the pitch or removing lines. Nobody jabbers about speeding up the play or making the matches shorter. There also aren’t any heated discussions about coming up with something other than penalty kicks to decide draws after extra time. Nor are there focus groups on the viability of yellow cards and red cards connecting with the ever-changing masses. Like everything else, those colours are here to stay. Football won’t be switching to teal cards to attract the kiddies any time soon. What’s more they’ll never stop a match for five or 10 minutes while the referee phones some anonymous suits in a booth upstairs or in a head office thousands of miles away who are watching a replay entrusted with deciding whether a striker’s cowlick was off-side

before he headed in the last goooooal. What you see is what you get with football. It’s what you’ve always gotten and it’s what you’re always going to get. Football sticks to the original blueprint. The folks in charge have decreed that the beautiful game is entertainment enough. Either you get it or you don’t. And with a viewing audience expected to substantially topple the impressive numbers of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa – 3.2 billion in some 215 countries – and generate a staggering $4 billion or so in revenue, it’s pretty obvious the majority of the world not only get it, but they can’t get enough of it. Ah, but enough talk. Let’s get the show on the road. Honk, honk, honk. Jamie Wayne is a lifelong columnist, who takes writing very seriously. The topics? Not so much. His column appears every Thursday. Contact him at jamie.wayne@sympatico.ca

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LISA RAINFORD lrainford@insidetoronto.com Ironically, Erick Bauer is now the one in need of support. The Dufferin Street and St. Clair Avenue-area resident has for the past nine years, alongside his wife Stefanie Cali and his friend Steve Cameron, been raising funds and awareness for the Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and the oncology unit at the Hospital for Sick Children through their nonprofit charitable organization Friends for Life Foundation (FFLF). Since its inception in 2005, FFLF has raised more than $500,000. Bauer was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis (CF) at the age of five. The Guardian profiled him in the May 22 edition. It has been a particularly challenging year for Bauer and his wife. “I have always been a believer in the notion that kindness is reciprocal and that good deeds come back to you in this life,” Bauer said. “People have asked me why I choose to spend so much time, effort and energy trying to help others. My answer has always been, if I were the one in that situation who needed support, it would mean the world to me to know that I had people I could rely on to help me through my fight.” Bauer is a firm believer in karma and is now seeing it in action. He had just returned to work after a five-month sick leave and had been enjoying his role at a new job before succumbing to the latest lung infection. He was at St. Michael’s hospital for three weeks before being transferred to Toronto General Hospital. “It’s been one hell of an admission,” he told The Guardian. “It started with a bad lung infection, but since I’ve had heart, kidney, liver and colon issues as well.”

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Friends for Life Foundation founder Erick Bauer, shown with his wife Stefanie Cali, is currently in hospital with a lung infection. The illness is a complication of cystic fibrosis, a condition he’s lived with since the age of five.

“As it turned out there were several issues that required surgery,” he told The Guardian via email while still at St. Mike’s. “Unfortunately, the most recent update is that more surgery is needed and I will likely be once again going under in the next day or two to have some procedures done that will repair my damaged lungs.” Bauer is facing weeks of recovery time at home after he is discharged. “The generosity I have received during my time of need has been completely overwhelming. I am so lucky to have such a wonderful group of people behind me. It really does make me want to fight even harder,” he said. On the first day he was admitted to hospital, Bauer decided to set up a Facebook page to keep friends and family in the loop about his health trials. Two weeks after setting up the page, it has reached more 25,000 people. Bauer has received messages from old friends, colleagues, fellow “CFers” and even strangers. “It has been a huge source of inspiration for me. It’s also a great form of therapy to be able to get my thoughts and feelings out. The support I

have received through the page has been tremendous,” he said. After reading an article in Forbes Magazine recently about crowd funding, Bauer set up a Gofundme.com page. The response, said Bauer, has been “absolutely unbelievable.” In less than 48 hours, he received more than $25,000 in personal donations from friends, family members, colleagues, members of the CF community and complete strangers. As of this week, the total had reached $32,120. It’s unlikely Bauer will be able to return to work immediately after he returns home from the hospital. “The money that I have received is an absolute blessing as it has helped Stefanie and I to offset the salary that I’ll be forced to go without for at least a few months,” he said. “It will go a long way to help cover a number of expenses, including costs associated with my hospitalization and medical expenses that are not covered by our insurance plan.” Bauer’s facebook page is called Surviving Cystic Fibrosis. To donate, go to www.gofundme.com/9eee04

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Long municipal campaign good for voters Nearly six months into Toronto’s marathon mayoral race, leading candidate Olivia Chow has presented a novel idea: cut six months off the race, and let things get rolling on Canada Day. It’s nothing that we haven’t heard before. Toronto elects a mayor like nobody else, with a campaign period starting Jan. 2 and continuing until late October. If there’s high interest in the position that year voters can be subjected to news clips, debates, op-ed pieces and now clever YouTube videos with a foot in all four seasons. It’s expensive and daunting and sometimes a little boring. Well, maybe not that last. But Chow suggests it is all a bit much, that there is nothing that can be said in 10 months that can’t be said in four. Chow does have a point. But it’s hard to say that a tiresome and lengthy debate about the future of our city is harmful. The fact is that while the campaign period runs a year, in times of complacency – the elections before the second terms of former mayors Mel

david nickle the city Lastman and David Miller come to mind – the campaigns don’t run that long at all. There was certainly some hand-wringing in 2006, when Miller gamely defended his mayoralty against city councillor Jane Pitfield and lawyer Stephen LeDrew, but that race didn’t get going until the summer. And in 2000, Lastman barely bothered to run a campaign, as only the late Tooker Gomberg ran against him. But in years where the choice is less clear, our long campaign period offers advantages to voters that might be easy to overlook. First, it allows us to meet the candidates, and the candidates to meet us. A good mayoral candidate will start making the rounds of community groups early and often, both for the purpose of fundraising and for the purpose of building a platform. When not abused, this is

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Weekly Barbecue WHEN: 6 to 8 p.m. WHERE: Mount Dennis Legion, 1050 Weston Rd. CONTACT: 416-767-0231, legionbr31@yahoo.com COST: Food for reasonable prices Find out what Legion membership is all about. All 18 and older are welcome.

St. Matthew Catholic School Community Barbecue WHEN: 3:45 to 7:30 p.m. WHERE: 18 Lavender Rd. CONTACT: Nancy Das Neves, 416-393-5240, Nancy.DasNeves@tcdsb.org COST: Free Food, games, a clown, a dunk tank, tattoos, button making, and much more. This year representatives from the PanAm Games will attend the event. This is the school’s ninth annual community barbecue for the staff, students and community to celebrate a year’s worth of learning and hard work.

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Check out our complete online community calendar by visiting us at www. yorkguardian.com. Read weeks of listings from your York neighbourhoods as well as events from across Toronto.

Internet Safety for Seniors WHEN: 7 to 8 p.m. WHERE: Maria A. Shchuka Library, 1745 Eglinton Ave. W. CONTACT: 416-394-1000 COST: Free A workshop to help boomers and seniors be safe online. Topics include being aware of online hoaxes, preventing identity theft and keeping personal information secure when shopping online. Call to register.

Tasty Smoothies and Nutrition Workshop WHEN: 6 to 8 p.m. WHERE: Maria A. Shchuka Library, 1745 Eglinton Ave. W. CONTACT: 416-394-1000 COST: Free Toronto Public Health will demonstrate how to make healthy smoothies, substitute healthy for unhealthy foods and teach how to cook nutritious meals on a budget. Call to register.

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Building Connections: Friendship, Fun & Learning WHEN: 10:30 to 12:30 p.m. WHERE: North York Women’s Centre, 2446 Dufferin St. CONTACT: North York Women’s Centre, 416-781-0479, info@nywc.org COST: Free Meet other women in a relaxed, welcome environment, and get information about resources.

Boneshaker Reading Series WHEN: 7 to 8:30 p.m. WHERE: St. Clair/Silverthorn Library, 1748 St. Clair Ave. W. CONTACT: Lillian Necakov, 416-393-7710, lnecakovavalos@torontopubliclibrary.ca

COST: Free Authors Maureen Hynes and Nicholas Power read from their work.

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Casino Rama Day Trip WHEN: 8:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. WHERE: Mount Dennis Legion, 1050 Weston Rd. CONTACT: 416-7670231, www.facebook.com/mountdennislegion, legionbr31@yahoo.com COST: $5 Purchase tickets in advance. All 19 and older are welcome.

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Film Screening: ‘Last Chance’ WHEN: 6 to 8 p.m. WHERE: Maria A. Shchuka Library, 1745 Eglinton

Ave. W. CONTACT: 416-394-1000 COST: Free Paul Émile d’Entremont travels the world to tell the stories of five asylum seekers who flee their native countries to escape homophobic violence. Access Alliance will host a discussion after the film and provide info on LGBT services. Call to register.

Dennis Legion, 1050 Weston Rd. CONTACT: 416-767-0231. legionbr31@yahoo.com COST: Food available at reasonable prices Lots of Canadian fun, Canadian trivia quiz, door prize every half hour, a barbecue from 4 to 5 p.m., free birthday cake, DJ Tom O’Rourke in from 4 to 8 p.m. All 19 and older are welcome.

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Barbecue at Syme 55+ Centre WHEN: Noon to 2 p.m. WHERE: Syme55+ Centre, 33 Pritchard Ave. CONTACT: Nancy Rychel, 416-7660388, ext. 205, hospitality.community@syme55.com COST: $10 for members, $12 for non-members

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Boomer and Senior Tech Workshop WHEN: 2 to 3 p.m. WHERE: Maria A. Shchuka Library, 1745 Eglinton Ave. W. CONTACT: 416-394-1000 COST: Free Check out the latest tech gadget, the tablet, troubleshoot your digital camera, ask questions and get help accessing online videos, music and books. A library card is required. Call to register.

Job Search Help Drop-In WHEN: 6 to 7 p.m. WHERE: Maria A. Shchuka Library, 1745 Eglinton Ave. W. CONTACT: 416-394-1000 COST: Free Speak with the employment experts from the Learning Enrichment Foundation to get help with what you need. Tune up your resume writing, improve your interview skills or look for training opportunities. No registration required. Offered alternating Tuesdays in July and August.

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Humber River Hospital builder donates time and money Plan Group is not only helping to build the new Humber River Hospital with bricks and mortar but with financial donations and a volunteer commitment, too. Plan Group, part of the consortium building the hospital at Hwy. 401 and Keele Street, is donating $250,000. To recognize the gift, the play therapy room will be named in Plan Group’s honour. Wanting to do more than hand over a cheque, Plan Group, whose office is just north of the new hospital, also entered into a formal volunteer program with Humber River. Three days a week, three company volunteers spend time with young patients staying in the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Unit. The program gives

the children and teens a chance to socialize and play rather than dwell on treatments and being in hospital. The 14 volunteers and patients chat, play cards and ping pong, do artwork, read and have singa-longs. volunteer commitment The volunteers, who say they get as much out of the experience as the kids, even brought gifts such as movies, a karaoke machine and arts and crafts supplies to the unit’s holiday party in December. “The experience has absolutely been amazing. To have people taking the time to come and spend quality time recreating with the kids, and making their time here more meaningful is very

valuable and it means a lot,” Doris Galas, clinical manager in the child and adolescent mental health program, said in a statement. “It’s all about having fun, and it’s wonderful that these volunteers are willing to give up their precious free time, to come to the hospital and just spend time with these kids in a neutral way. It’s a different experience for the kids, and an opportunity separate from their treatment plan at the hospital. The clinical staff are present during the recreation period, but it’s a time where the volunteers bond with the patients and they engage with the kids because they want to – out of their own goodwill.”

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sushi to schnitzel. However, “there is one thing we hold above or at the same level as hockey as Canadians, and that’s beer,” Robins said. “So you take beer and take the one thing we’re lacking right now, food culture. You take the two of them and smash them together and you hope that you can build something.”

“That’s the endeavor we’re trying to establish here at the Beer Hall, this idea of building a beer and food culture. We call it ‘tap to table,’” he added. Pairing beer and food is not as common as wine and food. Several wines are offered at high-end restaurants with menu items and they’re served in specific glassware. Robins says the same care and precision can be applied for beer. “Pairing beers and food is no different than pairing wine with food,” he said. “We’ve been doing it for eons. Is it a sales tactic versus a cultural phenomenon? Well, we do it because it works really well with what we do here.” Ron Keefe, owner of Granite Brewery and Restaurant at Eglinton Avenue and Mount Pleasant Road, said people’s palettes are different; what works for one doesn’t necessarily work for others. “We definitely make recommendations if people are looking to pair their meal with a nice beer, like the Curried Shrimp, which has the IPA in the curry sauce, so it’ll definitely work with our IPA,” said Keefe. “That said, we’re not pushy.

People have their favourite beers and their favourite meals – however they want to enjoy the two is up to them.” Robins said it even comes down to how the beer is served: elements like glassware, the thickness of the head, the aroma of the beer, all work together to enhance the meal. Beer can also be used to create new ingredients. In the Mill St. kitchen, Robins experiments with pickles and cheese. It’s not just about the beer. Food is an equally important aspect of the experience. “The great thing about the Beer Hall is you don’t have to like beer to eat here,” said Robins. “And if you never drink beer, you’ll learn something about it.” Both Mill St. and Granite will be taking part in the Session Toronto Craft Beer Festival at Yonge-Dundas Square, June 13 and 14. The event is sponsored by Metroland Media Toronto, which publishes this paper. For more on Session visit, www.sessiontoronto.com

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Thanks to a Beatles tribute band and with a little help from their friends, more than $650,000 was raised to help build and equip the new Humber River Hospital, scheduled to open on Oct. 18, 2015. RAIN: A Tribute to the Beatles entertained 850 guests with early hits to later classics. Hospital president Dr. Rueben Devlin took guests on a video tour of the new hospital, now under construction at Hwy. 401 and Keele Street. He shared details on the new hospital’s patient-centered approach to care. Dedicated volunteer Ucal Powell was presented with a “No Limits” award that recognizes people in the community who stand as extraordinary examples of Humber’s vision for the future.

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York student animates father’s tale through stop-motion documentary 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.

Help Shape the City of Toronto’s Long Term Waste Management Strategy Our Garbage, Our Opportunity, Our Solution… Public Open Houses Join us at Public Information Centre Round #1: Monday, June 16, 2014 6:30pm-9:00pm North York City Centre Memorial Community Hall (Burgundy Room) 5110Yonge St. (Yonge Street north of Sheppard Ave.) Subway:Yonge Line to NorthYork Centre

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>>>from page 1 sequences of getting caught was narrated by her father and told through stop-motion animation using paper cutouts that Carol carefully prepared. The short film she titled Uprooted took home The Gertrude Lowengren Award for Best Film (Grades 9 to 12, documentary) at this year’s TIFF Next Wave Jump Cuts Young Filmmakers Showcase. Carol had initially thought of filming her father recounting his experience while incorporating photos throughout the movie. But the Grade 10 student credited her film teacher at the Etobicoke School of the Arts with sparking the idea to tell the story in a less conventional way. “If the film doesn’t capture the audience visually, they won’t get what you’re trying to say,” she recalled her teacher saying. Carol was inspired by another film called Prayers for Peace, which used chalk animation to tell the story. But she couldn’t draw.

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Instead she researched and learned how to film stop-motion animation using paper cutouts. After three weeks of pre-production, it took four to five hours to film. Carol also had to cut down the one-hour interview with her dad to fit into the fiveminute film. It wasn’t until after the public screening event that she learned she had won. “I was just like, ‘Wait, is that my name?’” Carol said. “My parents were really excited

about it. I think they’re more excited about it.” Carol is already working on her next documentary film as she continues to pursue a film career. The Jump Cuts competition featured 22 short films from 36 young filmmakers this year. “It’s incredible to watch these aspiring young filmmakers take their first steps into the film industry,” said jury member Kiva Reardon, in a statement.

Background The City is developing a LongTerm Waste Management Strategy for Toronto that will provide a framework for solid waste management policy decisions over the next 30 to 50 years. How should we manage our remaining garbage even after reuse, recycling, and composting? Our goal is to find solutions that are cost-effective, socially acceptable, and environmentally sustainable. We want to receive your input on current programs and any other ideas on how to improve waste management inToronto. Residents of all ages are welcome. To receive updates, get on the electronic mailing list: www.is.gd/wastestrategy (click 'Send') Visit us online at www.toronto.ca/wastestrategy / Follow us at #TOwastestrategy If you have further questions about this strategy or want to be added to the mailing list, please contact: Kate Kusiak, Public Consultation Unit 55 John Street, Metro Hall, 19th Floor wastestrategy@toronto.ca 416-392-3760 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.

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to endure the agony of child sexual abuse he himself suffered as a young boy. “I carried the pain of sexual abuse for more than two decades. As a kid I didn’t know how to deal with it, so I tried to forget. But you can’t forget,”

said Dickey in a statement. He disclosed in 2007 that he was sexually abused both at age eight by a female babysitter and again later by a male teenager. “When kids register for sports, they are entrusted to

our care and we have every responsibility to take all the steps possible to create positive experiences to enhance their development.” To achieve those ends, Dickey and the Jays Care Foundation have partnered with the Canadian Centre for Child Protection to develop the Commit to Kids – Sport Edition. The program, said the centre’s director of education Noni Classen, is one that strives to help create safer environments for children in sports organizations by providing strategies, policies and a plan for reducing the risk of child sexual abuse. “We created this program because we know organizations that work with kids have a vulnerability to attract certain individuals to work or volunteer there who may be seeking access to children for the purposes of gaining sexual access,” she said. “But we also have individuals who come to work for childserving organizations who can

use poor judgement at times and who may not intend to gain sexual access, but through the relationships that ensue, they may end up engaging in harmful relationships with kids.” The Commit to Kids - Sport Edition program is about preventing those types of harmful relationships from forming. Through both its cybertip. ca program and relationships with law enforcement agencies, Classen said the Canadian Centre for Child Protection is all too aware that many people arrested for possession and manufacturing of child pornography have worked or volunteered with child-serving organizations. “Criminal reference checks are not a fool-proof method anymore. Yes, they’re part of the process, but not the entire process.” To help fill in those gaps, the Commit to Kids kit – which has so far been sent to more than 1,700 sport organizations across the country – includes a Guide for Sport

Organizations and training video, as well as materials for parents and sports leaders, providing organizations with a plan using a risk-management approach that is much broader than criminal record and child abuse registry checks for preventing child sexual abuse. To help promote the Commit to Kids program, the Jays Care Foundation put together two public service announcements featuring Dickey and airing on Rogers Sportsnet. In both, the famous knuckle-baller urges child sports organizations to “protect kids in sport.” “A baseball field, or even a hockey rink – all sports alike, normally a safe place for kids, providing memories that last a lifetime. But for some, memories for all the wrong reasons. I experienced sexual abuse as a child,” he says in one of the spots, before directing people to BlueJays.com/protectkids to learn more.

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he World Cup begins today in Brazil, and fans across Toronto are preparing to wave their flags as they cheer on their favourite teams. Other than being in Brazil for this year’s world championship of soccer, which runs from June 12 to July 13, Toronto is probably the best place in the world for fans to catch the action. And our newspapers and our special World Cup Toronto website at www. insidetoronto.com/worldcupTO are the best places for coverage on the tournament in our city. Here’s how it works: • Enter www.insidetoronto.com/worldcupto and you will see the flags of all 32 teams taking part. Click on the flag of your favourite country. • Now on your country’s site, you can see stories on the best places in the Greater Toronto Area to catch events linked to the

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seven games slated over the Saturday and Sunday – many of them featuring teams with large fan bases in the city. Greece will be in action on noon Saturday against Colombia, which should mean thousands of fans along Danforth Avenue between Jones and Chester. Italy also takes on England at 6 p.m. on Saturday, which will mean an exciting night along College Street and St. Clair Avenue West. Other games this Saturday are Uruguay against Costa Rica at 3 p.m.; and Ivory Coast against Japan at 9 p.m. On Sunday, Switzerland takes on Ecuador at noon, France plays Honduras at 3 p.m. and Argentina meets Bosnia-Herzegovina at 6 p.m. For a complete World Cup schedule, visit us at www. insidetoronto.com/sportsstory/4567157-world-cup-2014complete-schedule/

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LISA RAINFORD lrainford@insidetoronto.com It’s that time of year again when Toronto Public Health begins its West Nile virus education efforts while helping to reduce the risk of the disease by reducing the number of mosquitoes and testing existing ones. The virus is transmitted by mosquitoes that become infected by feeding on an infected bird; other animals, including people, can also be infected. However, the risk of infection is low, said Dr. Howard Shapiro, associate medical officer of health and director of health environments at Toronto Public Health. “Most people infected won’t even know,” Shapiro said during a media event in High Park last Friday. “One in five people will have a fever, headache or maybe a rash, nausea or swollen lymph nodes.” Less than one per cent of

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a few days to a few weeks. While anyone can be infected, the chances of contracting a severe illness are greater as one ages. “The main thing is age. There is no strict cut-off, but it seems to be 55,” said Shapiro. One’s chances of being infected are not dependent on age, but rather one’s circumstances. Make sure doors and windows have screens, remove standing water – where mosquitoes can multiply – from your property; from dusk until dawn when mosquitoes are out in full force, wear longsleeved, bright-coloured clothing. And always wear insect repellent, advised Shapiro. Last year, there were 12 reported cases of West Nile virus in Toronto and one death. The worst year in the last decade was 2012, with 94 reported cases and one death.

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Toolkits help students start brain health clubs LISA QUEEN lqueen@insidetoronto.com

Although Alzheimer’s and dementia are most often associated with the elderly, they are brain diseases that tug at the heartstrings of three young people who are now teaming up with Baycrest Health Sciences. Baycrest, a world leader in research on the aging brain, is working with North York brothers Soojeong and Soohyung Choe and North York’s Zameer Bharwani, a student at East York’s Marc Garneau Collegiate Institute, to create toolkits to help students launch brain health clubs in high schools. Toronto French School, Northern Secondary School and Earl Haig Secondary School are among the schools that have received the toolkits so far. Dr. Tiffany Chow, who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of brain diseases at Baycrest’s Sam and Ida Ross Memory Clinic, is inspired

by the commitment gram that matched of the Choe brothers him with retired and Bharwani. neuroscientist Dr. “The three guys Dugald Matheson. I’ve teamed up with After talking are leaders among to someone who their peers,” she said. lost his mother to “They’re delightful. Alzheimer’s, The They’re young but North York resident began volunteerthey are also wise, which is such a woning at Baycrest and derful thing.” Sunnybrook Health L a s t s u m m e r, Sciences Centre and the brothers cycled realized how devasacross Canada to tating Alzheimer’s and dementia can ra i s e $ 8 , 0 0 0 f o r Alzheimer’s research be. in memory of their “It affects you beloved grandfather when you realize who died of the fatal they don’t recognize Photo/COURTESY brain disease that has family and friends,” no known cause or The Baycrest Centre for geriatric care is teaming said Bharwani, who cure. up with students to create toolkits, containing will be heading off Soojeong started shirts like the one above, to help other students to the University an Alzheimer’s club set up Alzheimer's and dementia clubs. of Waterloo in the at his high school, fall. York Mills Collegiate Institute, young people involved in the “They lose so much of the before handing the reins over cause. past and the present. It’s hard to Soohyung when he left for Bharwani first became to describe. It’s mind blowuniversity. interested in brain health as a ing.” The brothers have also Grade 8 student at Valley Park He was so moved by the organized other fundraisers Middle School when he was lives of patients and their chosen for a mentoring profamilies that he started the and are working to get more

Initiative for Neuroscience and Dementia to promote awareness of and fund research into neurological diseases. The project has been adopted by seven other schools. Chow was so impressed with the young men’s dedication, she secured $5,000 from the Dementia Alliance and an additional donation from the Moir family to create the first 15 toolkits being distributed to high schools. Complete with T-shirts, the kits show students how to start clubs and get other young people involved. “This is a cause near and dear to my heart,” Chow said. Today’s young people are very progressive about the importance of brain health from an early age because they have seen family members and friends suffer from Alzheimer’s and dementia and don’t want their senior years to be the same, Chow said.

“In my generation, we weren’t looking ahead and seeing ourselves aging. We are looking at the weekend,” she said. Young people are also more interested in recognizing Alzheimer’s and dementia than past generations who tried to hide relatives with the disease, Chow said. “When I was young, people with dementia or Alzheimer’s were hidden away at home or put in nursing homes and we called them senile,” she said. Chow is hoping the dedication of the Choe brothers and Bharwani will inspire more students to use the toolkits to start brain health clubs in their schools. “What I’m hoping is we have more students (getting) involved, more leaders making themselves known,” she said.

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