Letters to the Editor for June 2, 2015

Thank you to the strangers who chose to help I am writing to thank the young man and the woman who was walking with her baby and dog who came to the aid of my 16 year-old daughter who was the victim of a mugging. Walking home from Malvern CI after hanging with some friends, […]

Anger, confusion at last-minute Pantry Park meeting

A city council vote to enter into negotiations with the Toronto District School Board on a possible 999-year lease of parkland was set to go ahead on May 5 despite opposition from some residents. Beachers concerned about the deal gathered at the school on April 28 for a hastily-organized public meeting. Local TDSB trustee Sheila […]

Kew Beach to star on Rick Mercer Report

Anyone who tunes into tonight’s Rick Mercer Report had better mind their ears. All 500 students from Kew Beach Junior Public School will be singing, dancing and cheering on the show, which airs at 8 p.m. tonight on CBC television. It’s Mercer’s way to thank the school for raising $8,000 to buy anti-malaria bed nets […]

Kingston Road Village residents raise traffic concerns

Kingston Road residents want to get a move on side street speeding and getting kids safely to school. Speaking at a Feb. 26 traffic meeting for fellow residents of Kingston Road Village, Aaron McIntosh said too many drivers speed along Kingswood Road and Swanwick Avenue – side streets with family homes and several schools nearby. […]