Celebrating Glen Stewart Ravine

Gene Domagala will cover the historical aspect of an organized walk through the Glen Stewart Ravine on Sunday, Oct. 25 as part of the launch of a new Friends of Glen Stewart Ravine group. See page 4 for details.   Twelve thousand or so years ago an ice age retreated, leaving a lake called Lake […]

Glen Manor home offers a window on the history of the Beach

The Beach, as it has been officially known since the 2007 electoral referendum, has seen a long-standing debate over its name.  Even the municipal referendum to determine the neighbourhood street signs had to be held twice in an effort to come to some sort of resolution between the Beach and the Beaches camps. As the […]

Ravine not in danger, Glen Manor builder says

The owner of a plot of land at the edge of Ivan Forrest Gardens near the south end of the Glen Stewart ravine said Beachers concerned about inappropriate development in the area have nothing to worry about from him. Rob Mollet is the latest owner of an empty lot bordered by Glen Manor Drive (the […]

Deja Views

The first image (taken in 1984 for Beach Metro News) shows the footbridge connecting Williamson Road and Glen Manor Drive East. A century ago at this location, an earlier bridge spanned across Howard’s Pond, a private waterway and stream owned by Allan McLean Howard Sr. In 2007 the walkway was replaced with an arch bridge […]