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York dancer featured in world premiere performance >>>from page 1 was 10 after watching his sisters perform on stage and thought it looked fun, Gledhill recalled. “And I was a rambunctious kid,” he laughed. That energy translated into a successful dance career; he’s toured extensively throughout Europe and Asia and had the opportunity to dance with The Göteborg Ballet and Cullberg Ballet in Sweden. Gl e d h i l l re t u r n e d t o Canada in 2007 and is cur-
rently working as an independent artist. “As much as I had a great time in Europe, I never felt settled,” said Gledhill. “It never felt like home.” Since his return, he’s worked with Hit & Run Productions, Opera Atelier, The Chimera Project, ProArteDanza, The Dietrich Group, Coleman Lemieux & Compagnie and Pollux Dance. His latest show is presented by ProArteDanza, which runs until Saturday,
Oct. 5 and features the world premiere of Beethoven’s 9th Symphony, 3rd Movement choreographed by artistic director Roberto Campanella and artistic associate Robert Glumbek. Re g u l a r t i c k e t s c o s t between $20 to $39 plus services charges with discounts for students and seniors.
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Stories and photos wanted for 2014 century celebration >>>from page 1 stories to share. Any photos and documents collected of the Weston Public Library will also be digitized for use by future generations. “We are in the planning phase and we’re still trying to get feedback,” Rivera said. “We’re just building awareness that the project is underway.” Cherri Hurst of the Weston Historical Society said she’ll be writing the book to commemorate the librar y’s 100th anniversary and she welcomed input from the community.
“We’re trying to make people realize you can have a history with the library even if you used it once,” Hurst said. She shared some interesting facts about the Weston library, which officially opened on Dec. 29, 1914. It cost $10,269.45 to build (not including the books and the land itself) and the construction was largely funded by American philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. Unique to the Weston Public Library, which is one of seven Carnegie libraries still used by Toronto Public Library, is its stained glass
windows. The planning phase of the project is scheduled to run through October with the discovery and collection phase to follow from October to December of this year. The content phase, in which the information gathered will be prepared for a book and for the library’s website, will take place January to March. The finished content is scheduled to be presented to the public by the spring.
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Cricket game leads to saving children’s lives Fundraiser for Guyana Help the Kids on Oct. 5 LISA Queen email@example.com
r. Narendra Singh, chief of pediatrics at Humber River Hospital, only intended to take in a cricket game on a trip to his native Guyana a few years ago. Instead, that match led to him setting up a program that is saving the lives of babies and children by providing education and medical facilities. “It was purely accidental. I’m a huge cricket fan, being from a British colony. I went back four or five years ago to watch a cricket game,” said Singh, who grew up on the grounds of the hospital in the capital city of Georgetown where his father was the administrator. “And after that (game), I thought, ‘Let me check out my old stomping ground,’ which is the hospital.” While visiting, the chiefs of staff and pediatrics invited him to tour the pediatric ward and neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Singh was dismayed. In the pediatric ward, where infection control practices were basically non-existent, about 50 children were being treated in one large room crammed with makeshift beds. Some babies in the NICU were cared for in wooden boxes. The unit’s few incubators weren’t working. Equipment such as intravenous pumps and monitors were unavailable. “Being chief of pediatrics at a hospital here in
Humber River Hospital chief of pediatrics Dr. Narendra Singh, right, speaks with Guyanese minister of health Dr. Bheri Ramsaran.
Toronto, looking at the standard of care we provide for our children and looking at the standard of care for kids from a country where I’m from, I was pretty devastated,” Singh said. He grew up in Guyana, on the northern coast of South America, until the age of 14. His family came to Canada in 1973 to escape political troubles, worries about the education system and safety concerns for the family. In the mid-1990s, Singh began visiting his homeland every few years, Those vacations didn’t prepare him for the substandard facilities he witnessed at the hospital. “It’s like the world moved ahead and they kind of got left behind,” he said. “I look at some of the moms there and I see the babies in their hands and I think, ‘This could be me,
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this could be my wife. These could be my kids.’ It was hard to swallow.” Singh is quick to stress the doctors and nurses were providing the best care they could with the limited resources they had. “We’re not blaming them for not providing optimum care,” he said. “Under the circumstances, under which they had to work, they were doing a very, very good job. If I was under those conditions, I don’t think I could do as good a job.” Singh launched Guyana Help the Kids (GHTK), a registered Canadian charity that is holding its annual fundraising dinner and dance in Toronto Oct. 5. Although some in Guyana welcomed the charity’s help, others resented its presence and questioned its motives. “We had to exercise a tremendous amount of diplomacy when we went
back. We had to walk on eggs for a while, until we proved ourselves,” Singh said. “(The naysayers said) ‘You feel you have gone abroad for 34 years and you’ve trained and you know more than we do? I don’t think so. You can’t be doing this just out of the goodness of your heart. You must be getting something out of this.’ And once you
go beyond that and you prove them wrong, they are definitely on side.” From the outset, education was at the heart of GHTK so Guyanese doctors and nurses could be trained to care for their own patients. Singh worked with Guyanese hospital and university officials and the minister of health to establish a pediatric residency program for doctors. Doctors from the University of Toronto, McMaster University and universities in the U.S. travel monthly to Guyana to train physicians there. Meanwhile, the first 11 nurses graduated from a neo-natal nursing program two months ago set up by GHTK and 20 more will begin in November. In March 2012, a 24-bed, fully equipped NICU opened at the Georgetown hospital. In its first year, infant mortality dropped by 50 per cent, meaning 80 babies are alive today who may otherwise have died. Three months ago, two NICU units opened at smaller hospitals and two more are expected next year.
fast facts w WHAT: Guyana Help the Kids, a Canadian charity working to reduce infant mortality in Guyana w WHO: Dr. Narendra Singh, chief of pediatrics at Humber River Hospital, set up the a pediatric residency program for doctors in his native country w DETAILS: www. GuyanaHelpTheKids.com or www.facebook.com/ GuyanaHelpTheKids GHTK has brought technology to the Georgetown hospital through a virtual classroom and virtual medical consultations. After learning children with leukemia could only be treated abroad if their parents could afford it, the charity facilitated a partnership through the Buffalo Children’s Hospital to begin a pediatric cancer care program.
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rudent health measure or nanny state legislation? When Toronto council meets next month, it is scheduled to consider implementing tough new measures on outdoor smoking in the city. These are recommendations proposed by the city’s board of health in an attempt to curb exposure to second-hand smoke. Of the series of recommendations the board made this week, one of them includes asking council to make it illegal to smoke within nine metres of the entrances to all public buildings in the city. The board of health’s recommendation that sports fields and “specific park amenities” go smoke-free as well needs parks and environment committee approval on Oct. 23 before it can go to council. Other health board recommendations, including the banning of smoking on restaurant patios, would require a change to provincial legislation. our view While the board endorsed the recommendations, Mayor Rob Non-smoking Ford has called the plan “nanny legislation must state” legislation. When it comes to new legislabe enforcable tion of any sort, we ask: Is the legislation practical? And is it for the greater good? On the first question, when it comes to banning smoking within nine metres of a public building, we do question the practicality of enforcing such a law and would like to see specific details of how the city plans to deal with that. On the second question, it’s hard to argue that it isn’t for the greater good. In a report to the board of health last September titled ‘The Burden of Illness from Tobacco in Toronto’, Medical Officer of Health Dr. David McKeown noted tobacco use and second-hand smoke remain the leading causes of preventable death in Canada. In Toronto, adult smoking rates have “seen a slowed decline since 2001,” the report said, suggesting expanded tobacco control is needed to further reduce the risks posed from second-hand smoke. The proposals announced this week stem from McKeown’s report from last September. Council must ensure they enforceable and measurable. “The history of trying to reduce the harm caused by smoking in Toronto is one of incremental measures,” McKeown said this week, acknowledging a total ban on smoking is “not a practical objective in the short term.” It’s Toronto council’s job to ensure this next step in the interest of public health is the right one.
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A true fan weighs in on ‘Breaking Bad’
eremy: “So?” David: “So, what?” Jeremy: “Like you don’t know.” David: “A person asks ‘So’ and I’m supposed to know what’s on their mind?” Jeremy: “In this case, yes.” David: “What case?” Jeremy: “I’d say it’s pretty obvious, given the timing of my query.” David: “To you it may be obvious, but not to me. Could you be just a tad more specific?” Jeremy: “When I asked ‘So’ I was referring to something on everybody’s mind this week: Breaking Bad. As in, So, what do you think of Breaking Bad?” David: “Like you don’t know already.” Jeremy: “If I knew I wouldn’t have asked.” David: “How can you not know how I feel about it?” Jeremy: “I don’t how you feel about everything.” David: “This wasn’t about everything. This was about one thing. A thing about which I’ve never hidden my
jamie wayne BUT SERIOUSLY feelings.” Jeremy: “Since when?” David: “Since always.” Jeremy: “What the heck are you talking about?” David: “Same thing as you.” Jeremy: “Breaking Bad?” David: “Bingo.” Jeremy: “And your response is that I shouldn’t have to ask?” David: “That’s correct.” Jeremy: “Why shouldn’t I have to ask?” David: “Because you know where I stand.” Jeremy: “If I knew where you stood I wouldn’t have mentioned it.” David: “How long have you known me?” Jeremy: “A long time, but what’s that got do with it?” David: “It has everything to do with it. Every time you ask me I always give you the same answer. I just assumed you were sick of hearing about it by now.”
Jeremy: “If I was tired of hearing about it, I obviously wouldn’t have brought it up. So refresh my memory.” David: “And you promise not to bring it up again?” Jeremy: “Double promise. With a cherry on top. So, how do you feel about Breaking Bad?” David: “Like I’ve told you every year. If they do, it could be a long season.” Jeremy: “Huh? What are you talking about? And who’s they?” David: “The Leafs, who else? They can’t afford to be breaking bad. If they don’t get out of the gate fast, they may never catch up. And this year a good start is more important than ever. Detroit is now in the same division and the Red Wings have been in the post-season 21 years in a row. That effectively means one less playoff spot likely up for grabs.” Jamie Wayne is a lifelong columnist, who takes writing very seriously. The topics? Not so much. His column appears every Thursday. Contact him at email@example.com
Transit system needn’t be complicated To the editor: I recently got back from a trip to Washington and was impressed with their Metro Transit system. A senior Smart card, available from machines for $5 that can be loaded for any amount you choose was a welcome change from the rather antiquated senior ticket available on the TTC. The machines on the stations were accessible to seniors. No waiting in line to be let into the station. No having to find a gate that is manned so you can use a ticket. You just tapped your card and it let you enter when you started your trip and then, depending on which zone you exited, you tapped it again and were charged accordingly. Why does everything have to be so complicated in this city? Aileen Carter
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Community Connections: The Eglinton Crosstown WHEN: 6:30 p.m. WHERE: Mount Dennis Library, 1123 Weston Rd. CONTACT: 416-394-1008 COST: Free Join us for discussions on how the big dig can become a catalyst for community life. Presented by TPL and The York Guardian.
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have experienced past violence or abuse. An intake meeting is required to determine eligibility for this program. Call to book an appointment.
COST: Free Meet other women in a relaxed, welcoming environment; get information and learn about available resources.
Total Food Makeover ‘Cancer Killers’ WHEN: 9:30 a.m. to noon WHERE: Our Lady of Victory Catholic School, 70 Guestville Ave. CONTACT: Mount Dennis Family Chiropractic, 416-7630034, firstname.lastname@example.org COST: Free
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Healthy Brain Gym WHEN: 6 to 8 p.m. WHERE: Maria A. Shchuka Library, 1745 Eglinton Ave. W. CONTACT: 416-394-1000 COST: Free Get introduced to the five cognitive functions, mental exercises and other tips to keep the brain in tip-top shape. Call to register.
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Reclaiming Yourself after Abuse WHEN: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. WHERE: North York Women’s Centre, 2446 Dufferin St. CONTACT: 416-7810479, firstname.lastname@example.org COST: Free A 10-week group for women who
Baby Time WHEN: 10 a.m. to WHERE: Mount Dennis Library, 1123 Weston Rd. CONTACT: 416-394-1008 COST: Free
WHERE: Learning Enrichment Foundation, 116 Industry St. CONTACT: Amanda, 416-769-0830, ext. 2052, email@example.com COST: Free Reading, writing, math, computer skills and financial literacy: improve your skills for work, study or everyday life. Participants must be 19 years and older, have not completed high school, and be native speakers of English or able to speak English at CLB level 7.
Bouncing rhymes, songs and stories for children up to 18 months with their caregivers. Registration required. Nobody’s Perfect WHEN: 1 to 3 p.m. WHERE: North York Women’s Centre, 2446 Dufferin St. CONTACT: 416-781-0479, info@ nywc.org COST: Free A parenting program for parents and caregivers with children six years old and under. Delivered in partnership with Toronto Public Health and Program Without Walls.
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Darning Workshop with Repair Café WHEN: 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. WHERE: Maria A. Shchuka Library, 1745 Eglinton Ave. W. CONTACT: 416394-1000 COST: Free Bring a knitted object with a hole (we will also provide some) and our friends from Repair Café will teach you how to darn in one evening. Call to register.
Weekly Friday Barbecue WHEN: 6 to 8 p.m. WHERE: Mount Dennis Legion, 1050 Weston Rd. CONTACT: 416-767-0231, firstname.lastname@example.org Enjoy food at reasonable prices. Find out what Legion Membership is all about. All 19 and older are welcome.
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weaving ways cultural connection: A Turkish kilim tapestry workshop too place Saturday at the Maria A. Shchucka Library. Volunteer Aylan Erzurumluoglu, left, helps Mary D’Angelo learn the skill of weaving. the workshop was held as part of Culture Days, a national non-profit organization that aims to build a network of cultural connections. Photo/Nancy Paiva
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Mike Sullivan’s Fall Calendar Thursday October 10, 2013 @ 7 pm to 9 pm Housing Forum with MP Marjolain Boutin-Sweet York West Active Living Centre,1901 Weston Road
Thursday October 31, 2013
Monday October 14, 2013 Thanksgiving (Statutory Holiday) Enjoy with your family!
Sunday November 3, 2013
Watch out for little ghouls & goblins on our streets!
Daylight Savings Time ends Change your clocks back one hour!
Wednesday October 16, 2013 @ 4:30 pm Parliament resumes (Speech from the Throne) Mike Sullivan says priority should be jobs, infrastructure!
Remembrance Day Ceremony
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Tree-lined sidewalks, fewer car lanes and more opportunities for mid-rise development are just some of the ideas under consideration for the future of Eglinton Avenue. City planning officials will be on hand at three open houses next week as part of the Eglinton Connects public consultations for re-developing stretches of the avenue in time for the completion of the Eglinton Crosstown LRT in 2020. At the meetings, representatives from both the city and Metrolinx are expected to present design and
The meetings run from 6:30 to 9 p.m., including one locally in York: w Monday, Oct. 7 George Harvey Collegiate Institute 1700 Keele St. transportation ideas for Eglinton based on public feedback from an earlier round of consultations. Some of the ideas include constructing more public gathering areas and creating space for patios.
food Ancient Greek ingredient Trahana with mushrooms is a quick midweek meal
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York South-Weston MP Mike Sullivan will host a meeting to discuss the issue of affordable housing on Thursday, Oct. 10 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the York West Active Living Centre. His colleague and the NDP Official Opposition housing critic
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Fully Det Home, In One Of Toronto’s Most Desirable Locations. Lots Of Potential. Open Concept Main Flr, Large Bdrms, W/O To Backyard. Sep. Entrance To Bsmt. Just A Few Of The Assets This Beauty Has. Walking Distance To All Amenities Including Shops, TTC, Parks , Malls. Etc. Minutes To Hwys... Nice Quiet Street With Great Neighbours. 416-654-7653
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Incredible luxury condo, great location close to Vaughan Mills shopping centre,Canada’sWonderland,restaurants, and all conveniences. Fabulous gated community, 24hr concierge, Fantastic facilities, spacious 2 bdrm condo, stainless steel appl.Granite countertop,gleaming ceramic & hardwood flrs thru-out. A must see for $589,900!!
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Double door entry to large foyer with circular staircase! 4+1 bedroom, magnificent master, open concept living and dining rooms, huge family room. Granite counter top in family size kitchen with breakfast bar and walkout to patio and professionally landscaped lot. Professionally finished basement ideal for entertaining or In-law suite. Close to amenities, must be seen asking only $579,900!
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Gorgeous open concept living and dining room, gleaming hardwood floors, gas fireplace, crown moulding, high ceilings, granite countertop in gourmet kitchen, walkout to huge private deck, finished basement, magnificent master bedroom with cathedral ceiling, walk-in closet and fabulous ensuite. 1.5 car garage, close to amenities, largest in the complex, simply must be seen only $569,900!
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GORGEOUS END UNIT!! Spectacular 3+1bdrm all brick 2 storey, spacious sunken living room, modern kitchen, fabulous sunroom addition, w/o to large prof. landscaped back yard with water fall, huge master bdrm, finished basement and much more for only $379,900, must be seen!!
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community check-up: forest hill north As part of a new neighbourhood feature, The York Guardian looks at the changing trends and demographics in its local neighbourhoods. Data courtesy Statistics Canada via the City of Toronto. This feature will appear every second Thursday.
community The Forest Hill branch of the Toronto Public Library.
Tagalog is the most common nonofficial language in Forest Hill North. In the 2011 census, 6.0 per cent of residents listed Tagalog as their Mother Tongue, and 3.1 per cent listed Tagalog as their Home Language. Russian is next in both categories.
Romanian Hungarian French
This week: Forest Hill North
Spanish Albanian Top 10 Mother Tongues
Top 10 Home Languages
1. English 2. Tagalog (Pilipino, Filipino) 3. Russian 4. Spanish 5. Albanian 6. Hungarian 7. Hebrew 8. Romanian 9. French 10. Italian
1. English 2. Tagalog (Pilipino, Filipino) 3. Russian 4. Spanish 5. Albanian 6. Hebrew 7. Hungarian 8. Romanian 9. Mandarin 10= Serbian, French
difference of a decade
Between 2001 and 2011, the number of people listing Spanish as their Home Language increased nearly 9 times (55 people to 475).
Forest Hill North: Population (2011): 12,480
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-10.8% City context A comparison of a neighbourhood statistic with its Toronto equivalent
HOME LANGUAGE “Home Language” refers to the language spoken most often at home or on a regular basis at home at the time of the census. In the 2011 census, the Home Language of English was listed for 75 per cent of households in Forest Hill North. That number is 64 per cent in all of Toronto.
While the number of seniors (aged 65+) remained steady between 2006 and 2011, the number overall has dropped 10.8 per cent between 2001 and 2011.
The overall population in Forest Hill North increased by 1.5 per cent between 2001 and 2011.
Between 2006 and 2011, the number of people in Forest Hill North listing Tagalog as a Home Language quintupled (150 people to 750).
The number of Working Age (25-64) people in Forest Hill North grew the most between 2006 and 2011, increasing by 3.1 per cent. The neighbourhood’s overall population grew 1.4 per cent during that time.
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Investigation of Flooding and Combined Sewer Overflow Humber River and Black Creek area (Study Areas 4 & 5) Municipal Class Environmental Assessment Study Notice of Public Information Centre # 2 The Study Please join us at our second Public Information Centre to learn about the options considered, the recommended solutions to help reduce the risk of future basement and surface flooding and also address combined sewer overflows in the study area.You will have an opportunity to view displays, speak one-on-one with project staff, and tell us what you think about the recommended solutions. Drop-in between 6:30 p.m.to 8:30 p.m .on the date and location noted below. We look forward to seeing you there. Details are as follows:
Date: October 16, 2013 (Wednesday) Time: 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Location:Archibishop Romero School - Cafetorium 99 Humber Boulevard (Weston Road/south of Eglinton Ave W) Background Study Areas 4 and 5 have experienced basement and surface flooding during extreme storm events in the past. As a result, the City of Toronto began a Class Environmental Assessment (EA) study in 2012 to investigate the causes of flooding and identify solutions to reduce the risk of future flooding in the study area. Solutions to address combined sewer overflows have also been identified as part of the study, We would like to hear from you: If you are unable to attend the Public Information Centre but would like to be provided with information or would like to be added to the study mailing list, please contact: Mae Lee (Rigmea) Public Consultation Unit City of Toronto Metro Hall, 19th Fl. 55 John St. Toronto, ON M5V 3C6
Tel: 416-392-8210 Fax: 416-392-2974 TTY: 416-338-0889 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: toronto.ca/involved/projects Issue Date: October 3, 2013
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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W Burger Bar: More than a burger joint W Burger Bar was built on an idea to offer great food, great fun, great service and great value— it’s that simple. Serving high quality burgers,W Burger Bar works with local farms that raise all natural, hormone and antibiotic free beef. Whole wheat and white buns are made fresh daily as is the bread for delicious home made sandwiches. The fries are cut fresh in house and onion rings are made from scratch. There is something on the menu for everyone. Beef isn’t the only burger option— bison,
lamb, kobe, chicken, salmon, turkey, veggie, and portebello are also available. Choose from over 50 toppings for a customized meal. If you’re not craving a burger try the terrific chopped salads with homemade dressings, delicious poutines or fresh sandwiches like the mahi mahi or sirloin steak. Located at 682 Caledonia Rd., W Burger Bar is a great place to
meet friends or the team to grab a bite or a drink, bring the family for dinner or pull up a seat at the bar to watch the game on the multiple flat screen TVs. The bar is stocked with a selection of wine and beer and has pitchers at great prices. Dine in, grab take-out or order online with exclusive offers only available at wburgerbar.com. W Burger Bar has lots of free parking. To make a reservation or book a party call 416-787-1313. A new kids’ menu will be available in October.
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Ford bypassing meat of the matter to focus on gravy Mayor Rob Ford was unusually boisterous Monday when he faced reporters alongside a crowd of music industry executives to talk about his trip to Austin, Texas. I suspect it wasn’t just the prospect of visiting the Lone Star State that had him going. The real boost likely came from the matter of the Pan Am Games over-expenditures, and the afterglow of the scandal of the $2,500-abum councillors’ chairs. The chairs were ordered by an unnamed staff person; actually replicas of the chairs they were replacing: chairs that had been propping up councillors, mayors and their guests since the early 1960s when Toronto City Hall was built. Last week, Ford apologized for the purchase – coming in at some $75,000 in total – and strongly implied the person responsible for the purchase had been sacked. On Monday, Ford suggested the same thing should happen to Pan Am Games CEO Ian Troop, if
david nickle the city he can’t adequately explain a heap of questionable expenses filed by himself and his staff as they set about cobbling together the 2015 games. This is high-fibre feed for Ford, and the movement to re-elect him in 2014. Ford campaigned in 2010 with the simple promise to “stop the gravy train”. To illustrate his point, he held up outgoing Toronto Centre-Rosedale councillor Kyle Rae’s decision to spend $12,000 from his office budget on a farewell party for himself. In the total context of Toronto’s nearing $10-billion budget, $12,000 didn’t amount to much of a hit. But it surely made a difference to Ford’s fortunes in the polls, turning Toronto Council’s perennial outsider into its preeminent insider. That’s a transformation that’s hard to repeat, but
it’s the trajectory a Ford re-election campaign will almost certainly follow. Indeed, the mayor is already set up to do so. Council has long ago taken control of the municipal agenda away from Ford. Going into the next election, Ford is firmly on the outside. But just as Rae’s taxpayerfunded party was the key in 2010, so might these new examples of the ugly confluence of privilege and profligacy unlock the door to a second Rob Ford mayoralty. And the fact that neither of these are necessarily the best examples won’t deter him. But that doesn’t matter in retail politics. Rae’s use of his office budget to throw a farewell bash was all done according to the rules, too. It riled voters enough to elect Rob Ford mayor of Toronto. And if it worked before, well, why not again?
David Nickle is The Guardian’s city hall reporter. His column runs every Thursday.
I have been delivering the York Guardian since March. I enjoy it very much because I get to meet people in the community and it is good exercise too. My kids help me a lot and I share my earnings with them to teach them responsibility. Congratulations Tamara and thank you for doing a great job!!
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OCTOBER 4: STEMS OF HOPE GALA
THREE TO BE presents an unparalleled evening of passion, entertainment and fine food at the 4th annual Stems of Hope Gala – Just Be Love at MUZIK. The event is hosted by Leslie Roberts and Liza Fromer of Global Toronto in support of children with neurological disorders. We will celebrate the essence of gratitude, connection and joy that love in its many forms brings us. For more information visit: www.threetobe.org
OCTOBER 6: CUT-A-THON
Carmen’s and Creative Concepts are holding a cut-a-thon at Eglinton Square Shopping Centre, 70 Eglinton Square, from 12:00 to 5:00 p.m. Stylists will do basic haircuts - adults for $15 and children for $10. All proceeds will be donated to SickKids Foundation. For more information, contact Darren at email@example.com
OCTOBER 19: UNMASKED
Unmasked is a masquerade reception for SickKids Foundation. It will be a night of intrigue, mystery and fun for a great cause. Masks made by school kids, who were inspired by the children of SickKids, will be available for a donation. This event is being held at the Centre for Social Innovation – at 720 Bathurst St. (Bathurst and Bloor). For more information, visit: http://www.socielite.ca/
OCTOBER 20: SCOTIABANK TORONTO WATERFRONT MARATHON
Participate in the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon, Half Marathon or 5K on Sunday, October 20 and raise funds for SickKids Foundation. Run or walk in honour of a loved one or to simply give something back to your community. No matter which distance you participate in, your fundraising makes a difference! Register at www.torontowaterfrontmarathon.com
OCTOBER 25 - 27 AND 31: ANIMATRONICS HAUNTING
Animatronics Haunting is hosting a community haunted house with free Halloween treats for all children. There will be a donation box, so come equipped with loose change. All proceeds will be donated to SickKids Foundation. Please note, the haunted house may not be suitable for young children. The event is open on October 25-27 and October 31 from 7:00 to 11:00 p.m. on the front lawn of 229 Tower Drive (Warden and Ellesmere). For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
For a complete list of all events and to register your own event, visit www.sickkidsfoundation.com/events @sickkids
BEd in Adult Education Apply for classes starting in Winter 2014 Brock University’s Bachelor of Education in Adult Education, as a first or subsequent degree, will enhance and advance your professional knowledge and practice of Adult Education. The experiences that you gain in this program can be applied in a variety of teaching and learning contexts including informal and formal post-secondary academic settings, as well as professional and community-based adult learning environments. You’ll take courses part time. Study online or, if you prefer, in a classroom on Saturdays at a selection of venues in the GTA. It’s the fit that you’re looking for to balance work, life and studies. Best of all, you’ll be part of a community of learners who share your passion for the many facets of adult education. For information please visit brocku.ca/education/futurestudents/adulted or contact us at 905 688 5550, x5547 email: email@example.com
RETURN OF LINK shuttle service wTHE Construction of the UnionPearson (UP) Express air rail link is well underway and now comes news the airport train shuttle service LINK is set to return following a six-month hiatus. LINK, which offers a frequent rail connection between terminals at Pearson International Airport, was replaced by a bus route last March. It will resume this month. Metrolinx is completing work on the UP Express, which is billed as the city’s first rapid transit connection from the airport to the downtown core. The four-stop express service is scheduled to open in time for the 2015 Toronto Pan American Games and will include stations at Pearson and Union. A top YOUTH RECRUITer wMETROLINX
At a ceremony in Toronto last week, Metrolinx was recognized as a top Canadian employer when it comes to recruiting youth. The provincial transit plan-
rahul gupta TO in TRANSIT ning agency was named to the 2013 list of Canada’s Top 100 Employers for providing job opportunities to postsecondary students, as well as research fellowships and internship opportunities. Metrolinx also recently launched a tuition subsidy program for current employees looking to further their education. To view the entire list of named employers, visit www. canadastop100.com TTC’S VICtoria PARK A WINNER wWORK
The TTC also announced it had received an award for its restored bus terminal at the renovated Victoria Park station. Members of the design team for the project were publicly recognized at last week’s TTC board meeting for receiving a City of Toronto Urban Design Award, one of five awarded annually for architectural excellence. The re-designed bus bay
received the honour after it was transformed, in the words of Beaches-East York Councillor Janet Davis, from a “concrete bunker” to a well-lit, gleaming, barrier-free area as part of a station-wide renovation completed in 2011. TORONTO VIRTUAL TOWN HALL wWATERFRONT
Waterfront Toronto is hosting an October public meeting, of sorts. The tripartite government planning agency responsible for redeveloping city waterfront lands is holding a “virtual townhall,” seeking online feedback on a forthcoming review of its effectiveness in making renovation projects socially responsible and environmentally sustainable. The meeting will be streamed from the agency’s homepage the afternoon of Wednesday, Oct. 9 from 2 to 3:30 p.m. and will feature a panel discussion followed by a Q and A. For more information, visit www.waterfrontoronto.ca
Donate today and help suppor t women’s health in your communit y. Every September, Shoppers Drug Mart® stores across Canada set up a Tree of Life in support of women’s health, with 100% of all proceeds going directly to women’s health initiatives in your community. Over the years, you’ve contributed over $20 million and we’re hoping you’ll help us make a difference again this year. Visit your local Shoppers Drug Mart between September 14 and October 11 and buy a leaf ($1), a butterﬂy ($5), an acorn ($10) or a cardinal ($50) to help women’s health grow in your community. To donate online or ﬁnd out which women’s charity your local Shoppers Drug Mart store supports, visit shoppersdrugmart.ca/treeoﬂife.
Rahul Gupta is The Guardian’s transit reporter. His column runs every Thursday. Reach him on Twitter: @TOinTRANSIT
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HAPPY 50TH ANNIVERSARY DANNY AND BARBARA MORRISON Parent’s Love A parent’s love is something that no one can explain, It is made of deep devotion, and of sacrifice and pain; It is endless and unselfish, and enduring come what may, For nothing can destroy it or take that love away. It is patient and forgiving when all others are forsaking, And it never fails or falters even though the heart is breaking, It believes beyond believing when the world around condemns, And it glows with all the beauty of the rarest, brightest gem. It is far beyond defining, it defies all explanation, And it still remains a secret, like the mysteries of creation, A many-splendored miracle man cannot understand, And special wondrous evidence of Life’s tender guiding hand. Love Tim (Cindy), David, Michael and Kelly (Scott), Justin, Danny, Madison and Meghan
REQUEST FOR TENDERS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SERVICES Bid #: T-2013-2 Date: October 1, 2013 to October 23, 2013 Tender documents may be obtained from the Co-operative’s Office, 100-243 Milroy Dr. Sealed bids will be received until October 23, 2013 at 4pm by Leta Brownscombe to (trailer on site) 100-243 Milroy Drive, Peterborough, ON K9H 7L8 Bidders must submit ten (10) copies of their bid. Please Note: Bidders must be knowledgeable about co-operative operations, RGI, the Housing Services Act and the Co-operative Corporations Act. A Mandatory Meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 15, 2013 at Leta Brownscobe Co-operative Homes, 243 Milroy Dr, Commons Room at 6 p.m.
Drivers DRIVERS WANTED AZ, DZ, 5, 3 or 1 with airbrakes: Guaranteed 40 hour work week + overtime, paid travel, lodging, meal allowance, 4 week’s vacation/excellent benefits package. Must be able to have extended stays away from home, for three months at a time. Experience Needed: Valid AZ, DZ, 5, 3 or 1 with airbrakes, commercial driving experience. Apply online at www.sperryrail.com under careers, FastTRACK Application.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS
In the Estate of ELSA MAIRE KARHA, deceased. All claims against the estate of Elsa Maire Karha, who died on or about the 26th day of February, 2010, late of the City of Toronto (York), Province of Ontario, must be ﬁled with the undersigned personal representative on or before the 29th day of November, 2013. Thereafter, the undersigned will distribute the assets of the estate having regard only to the claims then ﬁled. DATED: September 27, 2013. Maija Rehman and Ray Rehman, Estate Trustees C/O VAN DER WOERD & FABER PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION Barristers and Solicitors Telephone: (905) 681-7800 1025 Waterdown Road Burlington, Ontario L7T 1N4
WORK OPPORTUNITIES + TRAVEL Childcare positions in Unites States, air fare, medical etc. provided. Childcare in Holland, New Zealand, Australia, Spain, England, China, etc. Different benefits apply. Teach in South Korea, air fare, medical etc. provided. Hotel jobs in England. Summer Camp jobs in Europe 2014. Apply at: 902-422-1455 Email:
TRUE PSYCHICS For Answers, CALL NOW 24/7 Toll FREE 1-877-342-3032 Mobile: #4486 www.truepsychics.ca
Administration A D M I N I S T R AT I O N CLERK required in the Weston/Steeles Ave W area. Enthusiastic, organized mutli-tasker providing administration support to busy team. Will also enjoy sole responsibility for specific functions. Monday-Friday 8-4:30. Minimum 2 years experience. Apply at: http://sn.im/ administrationclerk
RETIREMENT APARTMENTS, ALL INCLUSIVE Meals, transportation, activities daily. Short Leases. Monthly Specials! Call 877-210-4130
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NOTICE OF MEETING Notice is hereby given that: Lambton Golf & Country Club; 100 Scarlett Road, Toronto, ON M6N 4K2 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 2012: Thursday, October 10, 2013 @ 5 pm at the Kingsway Lambton United Church 85 The Kingsway, Etobicoke, ON, M8X 2T6; Please RSVP to 416-767-2511; Peter Kinch - IPM Agent Special Interests Services/Clubs
Special Interests Services/Clubs
Join us for an in depth 12 Week, verse by verse, unaccredited Bible College Course on the book of Romans. Learn about major Christian Themes, traditional and modern scholarly interpretations, and contextual insights from one of Apostle Paul’s most treasured Epistles. Course Fee is $200. To register call 647-969 HOPE(4673) or go to http://events.constantcontact.com/ register/event?oeidk=a07e87bph5s7ca06f81
to learn more information.
ANTIQUES & Collectibles Wanted
Cash for Older: Coins, Jewelry, Military, Watches,Toys, Barbies, Silver, Gold, Records, Guitars, Old Pens, Lighters & Old Advertising etc.
25 years experience. Richard & Janet
STUMPO CONTRACTING. General Contractor. Renovations, basements, bathrooms, kitchens, additions. Plumbing, Electrical. Decks, fencing, concrete. All Flooring. Seniors Discount. Licensed/ Insured. Free estimates. Call Gino 416-524-2168
PETER’S DEPENDABLE JUNK REMOVAL From home or business, including furniture/ appliances, construction waste. Quick & careful!
Waste Removal ALWAYS CHEAPEST!
All Garbage Removal! Home/ Business. Fast Sameday! Free Estimates! Seniors Discounts. We do all Loading & Clean-ups! Lowest Prices. Call John: 416-457-2154 Seven days
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EMERGENCY? Clogged drain, camera inspection Leaky pipes Reasonable price, 25 years experience Licensed/ Insured credit card accepted Free estimate James Chen 647-519-9506
Cars for Sale
2011 VOLVO C30. Only 32000Kms. Immaculately clean car. Asking 21,900 O.B.O. Great City Car. Selling because it doesn’t suit our family’s needs with 2 small kids. It features a 2.5L 5 cyl Turbocharged motor, automatic transmission, Climate Package which includes heated leather front seats, dual zone electronic climate control, Bluetooth, cd/aux. input jack audio system, power moonroof, 17 alloy wheels and much more. Call 416-270-2288
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CEILINGS repaired. Spray textures, plaster designs, stucco, drywall, paint. We fix them all! www.mrstucco.ca 416-242-8863
Metroland Media Toronto will run a Thanksgiving Feature especially for Places of Worship on
Thursday, October 10, 2013. Let your parishioners know when your special Thanksgiving Services will be held this year. Call today!
Rosewood Church of the Nazarene 657 Milner Ave., Scarborough, ON (416) 298-9932
Scarborough, North York or Etobicoke
THANKSGIVING SUNDAY 11:00 AM Sermon: “The Harvest”
$225 per paper (plus HST) (includes colour)
East York, Beach, City Centre, Parkdale, Bloor West, York
$125 per paper (plus HST) (includes colour)
Booking and art deadline:
Tuesday, October 8th
Directions: From Hwy. 401 exit north on Markham Rd. Turn right (east) at the 1st traffic light. Go along Milner 1.5 km and you will see the church on your right just before the Neilson bridge.
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House-front, pillars, bricks repaired or replaced
Tuckpointing Chris Jemmett Masonry 416-686-8095
EAVESTROUGHS 416-878-4731 EAVESTROUGH BY DESIGN We Accept Intallment Payments Professional Installation Seniors Discount EAVESTROUGH • SIDING
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NESO FLOORING Carpet installation starting from $1.19/ sq.ft. Hardwood, laminate at low prices. 27 yrs experience. Free Estimates. Best Price! 647-400-8198
Repaired and rebuilt Bricks + mortar colour match
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last week’s answers
Brick, blocks, stonework, chimney’s, tusk pointing, porches, flagstone, window sills. All masonry work. For free estimates call Roman 416-684-4324 www.fadom constructioninc.com
HARDWOOD FLOOR sanding. Specializing in stain/ refinishing. Call for Free Estimate! Reasonable rates. Paul 416-330-1340 pager.
Bricks & Chimneys
BRICK, BLOCK & NATURAL STONEWORK Chimneys, Tuck Pointing, Brick, Concrete Windowsills and Much More! For Free Estimate Call Peter: 647-333-0384 www. stardustconstruction .com
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Masonry & Concrete
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CARPET UPHOLSTERY steam cleaning any 4 rooms, hallway and stairs $90. Sofa set $60. Extra rooms $20. Free d e o d o r i z i n g . 416-879-4751
HOME RENOVATIONS & Repairs. From backyard clean-ups to trash removal, all your home needs and repairs. Call John: 647-467-9976
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