Two men stabbed, chased at Ashbridges Bay

Police are looking for a group of five young people, three men and two women, who were involved in a Labour Day stabbing at Ashbridges Bay Park. Police say the group, all in their twenties, got into a heated argument with another group on Woodbine beach between 5:30 and 6 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 7. […]

Garden planned for Ashbridges Bay Park

It was a grey cold day in April, and it came with a surprise snowfall. Even so, when they met a Master Gardener to map out the Beach Community Edible Garden, Joyce McLean and Adele Gendron could see good things growing at Ashbridges Bay Park. Both volunteer with Friends of the Beach Parks, a three-year-old […]

City sniffs out possible leash laws change

Taking a lead from New York City, the City of Toronto is asking residents whether to allow off-leash dogs in some city parks in the early morning and late evening. Such “courtesy hours” would apply only to parks with no off-leash dog areas that meet a checklist of neighbourhood criteria. Ward 32 councillor Mary-Margaret McMahon […]