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By Shawn Star on August 14, 2014
Organizers of the Save Bannockburn movement say they will be meeting this month to discuss a proposal brought to them by a candidate running for council in Ward 16. (more)
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History buffs say we be jammin’ on Reggae Lane
Business owners on one block of Eglinton Avenue West might be feeling the rhythm later this month. (more)
Home renos season
Brandon Hobson of Tribar Fine Homes cuts a 1x8 on his mitre saw outside a home on Oriole Parkway in early August.(more)
BENNETT: Make every day Food Day
Every year on the Saturday of the August long weekend, with the amazing leadership of Anita Stewart, Canadians are encouraged to ...(more)
Heritage designation for Postal Station K could come this month
City council in its July meeting rubber stamped its intent to designate North Toronto’s Postal Station K building a heritage ...(more)
CONTEST: Where on Eglinton is it?
Here’s some late summer fun — that might also earn you a little fall spending money.(more)
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School exec flies north with ‘Yes I Can’ attitude
By Shawn Star on August 14, 2014
When Janet MacDougall spent five days at Big Trout Lake last summer, she thought it was “evident” the small native reserve 600 kilometres north of Thunder Bay needed more help. (more)
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