St. Nicholas Feast open to all

Anyone who needs a hot meal or just some company for Christmas is welcome to join in the eighth St. Nicholas Feast organized by St. Nicholas Birch Cliff Anglican Church. From 4 to 8 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 20, church members and staff from the nearby Wimpy’s restaurant will serve a traditional turkey dinner with […]

Murder suspect arrested in GTA drugs raid

Police have arrested a man wanted for a 2014 murder in the Gerrard-Ashdale neighbourhood. Conrad Grizzle, 22, was arrested along with nine others during a series of early-morning drug raids in Toronto, Barrie and the surrounding areas on Wednesday, Dec. 9. Grizzle is alleged to have shot and killed Douglas Parker, a 20-year old father […]

Suspicious man reported at children’s event

Police warn that a potential sex offender was seen acting strangely at a children’s crafts event near Kingston Road and Woodbine Avenue. Police believe the man may have shown the same suspicious behaviour at other events involving children. The unknown man arrived at the arts and crafts event around 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 2. […]

City sniffing out new dog bylaws

City councillors will consider new rules this spring for owners of vicious and dangerous dogs. A “vicious animal” licence, such as the kind the City of Calgary has for dogs with a history of attacking people or pets, is one of several ideas in a background report presented Nov. 26 to councillors on Toronto’s licensing committee. […]

Volunteer Corner for Dec. 1, 2015

Neighbourhood Centre is looking to deliver a holiday meal, gifts, warm clothes and year-round household essentials to 100 families in need in the Crescent Town and Oakridge neighbourhoods this Christmas. To donate money, shop a family wish list or volunteer with the Centre’s annual Holiday Hamper program, call Helena Frank at 416-698-1624 ext. 204 or […]