Spring 2011

Chemical Substances Can Affect Your Health

Apr 15th, 2011 | By

By David Windrim Some chemical substances used or released from business and individual activities can have a harmful effect on our health and our environment. Toronto Public Health has identified 25 priority substances (view the list at: www.toronto.ca/health/chemtrac/substances.htm) that are in Toronto’s environment at levels that are of concern for health. Evidence links these chemicals
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TV Series Focuses on House Renovation in the Triangle

Apr 15th, 2011 | By

Building Bryks on the W Network on Thursdays at 9:00 p.m. is a twelve-part series which looks at the advances and setbacks of a major renovation that was undertaken at 33 Brookmount. (The series began on April 7th.)



High Fives to Mike and Laura

Apr 15th, 2011 | By

After considerable upgrades, Mike and Laura sold 51 Rainsford and bought the old Collins house at 57 Rainsford, and totally gutted, enlarged, and rebuilt it inside and out with the latest in home systems and fixtures. Although there were major changes to the front of the house, the re-design is carefully in keeping with the
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Waterfront News (Spring 2011)

Apr 15th, 2011 | By

By Chris Blythe The past thirty years of waterfront rejuvenation has focused primarily on downtown. Now the focus is expanding. The Beach will see many changes over the next 20 years as a result. Lake Ontario Park Not the least of these plans includes Lake Ontario Park: A huge development extending from the South Portlands
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Home History: 15 Brookmount Road

Apr 15th, 2011 | By

15 Brookmount, a credit to the streetscape of attractive homes on the street, is owned by Keith and Erika Schengili-Roberts with their children, Vanessa and Annie, who have lived there for over 10 years. In addition to his busy career as a Manager at computer chip manufacturer AMD and as a lecturer at the University
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Toronto Graffiti Abatement Program

Apr 15th, 2011 | By

The Graffiti Abatement Program is an aggressive integrated enforcement plan to wipe out graffiti, coordinating the actions of municipal divisions, agencies, boards and commissions along with the community at large. City staff will remove graffiti on City-owned buildings, overpasses, bridges, and public parks. Staff try to quickly remove any hate or gang-related graffiti within a
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“Love Thy Neighbour” 2011 An Outstanding Success!

Apr 15th, 2011 | By

By Tikka Smiley On the evening of February 12th, 2011, the Beach Triangle was one of the most romantic destinations in our fair city. More than 150 of our neighbours gathered in the social hall of Corpus Christi, which was elegantly appointed with twinkling white lights and stunning floral displays, to enjoy an evening of
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News from the Policing Chair (Spring 2011)

Apr 15th, 2011 | By

By Chris Blythe The 55 Division Community Police Liaison Committee (55 CPLC) has had an active winter. Among the most recent developments: new permit parking regulations. Permitted vehicles that have not been moved for seven days are now subject to ticketing and subsequent towing. Should the vehicle be towed, the parking permit will be cancelled.
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Adieu, John and Minnie

Apr 15th, 2011 | By

Brookmount residents for 56 years, John and Minnie McKay have sold their home and moved to a care home. John was formerly active with the Ted Reeve Arena, the Legion, a hockey association, and was a director of the BTRA for several years. Adieu with best wishes for a happy future from your Triangle friends.



Free Trees for the Asking!

Apr 15th, 2011 | By

When the first houses in the Triangle were being built about a century ago, Norway Maple trees were planted in front of the new homes. They were imported from Scandinavia to what was then the Town of Norway on Kingston Road at Woodbine to replace the native species which had been logged for farmland and
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