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10 Jane’s Walks based on 10 of Jane Jacobs’ books – Lead by HiMY SYeD
Friday April 29, 2016 – 4:31 pm | Comments Off on 10 Jane’s Walks based on 10 of Jane Jacobs’ books – Lead by HiMY SYeD
10 Jane’s Walks based on 10 of Jane Jacobs’ books – Lead by HiMY SYeD

The first full weekend in May 2016 will be the 10th Anniversary of Jane’s Walk.
Jane’s Walks are neighbourhood level walking tours self-organized by everyday people.
This year also marks what would have been Jane …

Funeral for Swansea Public School Grade 2 Teacher Tom Samson at Wychwood Barns
Tuesday November 27, 2012 – 6:04 pm | Comments Off on Funeral for Swansea Public School Grade 2 Teacher Tom Samson at Wychwood Barns
Funeral for Swansea Public School Grade 2 Teacher Tom Samson at Wychwood Barns

This morning, Toronto City Council observed a moment of silence in Tom Samson‘s (and others who have passed away) memory before the day’s business of The City began.
This afternoon the funeral service for Tom Samson …

Cyclist and Grade 2 School Teacher Tom Samson Killed in Hit & Run at Lansdowne & Davenport Intersection
Friday November 23, 2012 – 4:10 pm | Comments Off on Cyclist and Grade 2 School Teacher Tom Samson Killed in Hit & Run at Lansdowne & Davenport Intersection
Cyclist and Grade 2 School Teacher Tom Samson Killed in Hit & Run at Lansdowne & Davenport Intersection

This morning I awoke to radio reports of a cyclist down due to a hit and run at Lansdowne Avenue and Davenport Road. Immediately, somehow, I just knew whoever it was, was gone.
I made my …

Ontario Ceremony of Remembrance, Queen’s Park
Sunday November 11, 2012 – 11:20 pm | Comments Off on Ontario Ceremony of Remembrance, Queen’s Park
Ontario Ceremony of Remembrance, Queen’s Park

The Province of Ontario held its official Remembrance Day Ceremony in front of the Veterans’ Memorial Wall in front of the Queen’s Park Legislature.
For Dalton McGuinty, this would be his final Remembrance Day address as …

Prospect Cemetery – Sunrise Service, Remembrance Day
Sunday November 11, 2012 – 10:06 am | Comments Off on Prospect Cemetery – Sunrise Service, Remembrance Day
Prospect Cemetery – Sunrise Service, Remembrance Day

The Royal Canadian Legion, Earlscourt Branch 65 held their 84th annual Remembrance Day Sunrise Service at the Cross of Sacrifice in Prospect Cemetery today.
Service began at 8 a.m. making it the first of a very …

Vigil for a United Gun-Free Toronto, Yonge-Dundas Square
Tuesday June 12, 2012 – 12:49 pm | Comments Off on Vigil for a United Gun-Free Toronto, Yonge-Dundas Square
Vigil for a United Gun-Free Toronto, Yonge-Dundas Square

Vigil for a United Gun-Free Toronto took place on Monday evening, June 11 2012, in Yonge-Dundas Square.
Organized by area City Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam. She brought together Faith Leaders, Mothers who lost sons to gun violence, …

Housing activists remember three more homeless deaths in Toronto – By John Bonnar
Wednesday December 9, 2009 – 11:51 pm | Comments Off on Housing activists remember three more homeless deaths in Toronto – By John Bonnar
Housing activists remember three more homeless deaths in Toronto – By John Bonnar

By John Bonnar
A sombre memorial vigil marked by both song and silence commemorated three more homeless deaths in Toronto during the monthly vigil held Tuesday outside the Church of the Holy Trinity.
More than 30 people …

Toronto’s largest red poppy
Thursday November 12, 2009 – 10:29 am | Comments Off on Toronto’s largest red poppy
Toronto’s largest red poppy

By HiMY SYeD
For the week leading up to Remembrance Day 2009, drivers and passers-by in the Bloorcourt neighbourhood west of Christie Pits park have been witness to the largest red poppy in Toronto.
It’s a tribute …

Paul Croutch remembered
Saturday August 29, 2009 – 11:31 am | Comments Off on Paul Croutch remembered
Paul Croutch remembered

By John Bonnar
It was a rainy night in Toronto, damp enough to keep most people indoors. But not Paul Croutch, who was wrapped in garbage bags and sleeping on a bench in Moss Park …

My Friend, Omar Khan – By Andre Rehal
Monday June 8, 2009 – 9:37 am | 2 Comments
My Friend, Omar Khan – By Andre Rehal

By Andre Rehal
As I sit here and write this blog entry I am at a loss. For words, for my inability to sleep and worst of all I am at a loss for a very …