March 2017

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Local volunteer spruces up Leaside’s main street

Bayview Avenue is a cleaner, greener street today thanks to the efforts of the Bayview Pixies, led by local resident Debora Kuchmé.

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Neighbourhoods cashing in on condos with Section 37 funds

The condo craze in Midtown brings noise, congestion, gleaming towers and a new skyline. The boom also brings in more revenue for the city through an increased tax base, development charges, park levies and Section 37 money.

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Brick Works cable car project one step closer to reality

When the Don Valley Cable Car project was originally made public, some civic eyebrows were raised, but after the project team collected feedback from the community, the project is moving on to the next stage.

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Crime: Seven bomb threats at Glendon College

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More than 200 students from Vaughan Road Academy forced to split up

For the 220 students and 30 staff members of Vaughan Road Academy (VRA), slated to close later this year, feelings range from resentment to bittersweet acceptance as they ramp up for a spring season of farewell events and prepare for what comes next.

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Parents refuse to give up fight for John Fisher

Officials from the City of Toronto and Toronto District School Board (TDSB), including Mayor John Tory and trustee Gerri Gershon, joined more than 200 parents and kids to protest the construction of a 35-storey tower next door to John Fisher P.S. last month.

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Don, the tunnel-boring machine, has finished its work on the Crosstown LRT

On March 13, the 400-tonne machine used to create the north tunnel was lifted from the ground at Yonge Street and Eglinton Avenue.

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Gregg Zaun on all things Blue Jays as the team opens its 40th season

We chat with former Jays catcher, TV analyst and all-around dapper Gregg Zaun about the coming MLB season, where he shops and his appreciation for Don Cherry.

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Parent Hacks: Use the spirit of April Fool’s Day to help your kids behave better

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Neighbourhood Business: Pranking a fool’s errand at Yorkville’s Kidding Awound

Yorkville joke shop Kidding Awound has been tickling the funny bone of its prank-loving patrons since 1984. Kevin Park took over the store 10 years ago and has stocked the shelves with hilarious merchandise ever since.

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