April 24, 2014

North Toronto & Forest Hill News

Avenue Road property subject of conflict

Avenue Road property subject of conflict

Iconic heritage location in danger of demolition

Taking up the torch

Taking up the torch

Sheila Lacroix earns Agnes Macphail Award

Art Shoppe debate reaching final stage

Art Shoppe debate reaching final stage

Proposal will either go to mediation or a battle at the OMB

North Toronto arena rumour quashed

It was recently reported that the ice rink located on Eglinton Avenue West just west of Yonge Street in Eglinton Park might soon be taken out. Turns out the idea was just a bad game of telephone.

Davisville Village merchants band together

Davisville Village merchants band together

Business owners hope to improve parking, streets cape.

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Bayview & North York News

Bayview development proposal opposed

Bayview development proposal opposed

Councillor, community concerned by yet another application

North York residents await pipeline reversal

North York residents await pipeline reversal

Naysayers out of options, fearful of Enbridge’s track record

All you need is love

All you need is love

Local organization aims to reduce violence in lives of youth

$1 million for Downsview art project sparks war of words

A million-dollar public art project from Ontario’s Planning Act Section 37 funds for Downsview Park’s Stanley Greene neighbourhood was passed at the most recent meeting of North York Community...

New pools and gym coming to Sheppard

The area surrounding Bessarion subway station on Sheppard Avenue East could be a bit more active in years to come.

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Thornhill & Richmond Hill News

Call her Hannah

Call her Hannah

10-year-old Richmond Hill blogger inspiring change

Bathurst development concerns mounting

Bathurst development concerns mounting

Many Thornhillers unite against 17-storey, two-tower proposal

Two local dog  parks to stay open

Two local dog parks to stay open

Neighbours say safety and noise are of tremendous concern

Pride flag, issue of petitions at Thornhill school

According to the York Region District School Board (YRDSB), Stephen Lewis Secondary School (SLSS) came under some criticism from the a parent who has accused the Thornhill high school of trying to...

Observatory saga rages on to municipal board

Observatory saga rages on to municipal board

Fate of 400 proposed units at iconic site still up in the air.

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Newsmakers

City Hall

A new take on development

Keeping the Hodgson rink open

Keeping the Hodgson rink open

Gridlock is stalling Richmond Hill

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Looking Back

Hot Topics

Trust is earned and Ford has a long way to go

Trust is earned and Ford has a long way to go

Can you trust someone who decides to spend so much more than he can raise trying to get elected?

Is the city at war with cars or is the two-wheeler set under threat?

The top five candidates give us their solutions on gridlock, subways and cycling in the city

'R' Rated Ads? Now Mag Faces Critics

'R' Rated Ads? Now Mag Faces Critics

Should magazines easily accessible to minors run explicit adult ads?

Just who should run this town, anyway?

Just who should run this town, anyway?

THE MESSAGE IS clear: the status quo at city hall is not good enough and is contributing to holding the city back.

Time to get serious with our $500 million budget deficit

Time to get serious with our $500 million budget deficit

ON JAN. 1, 1998, six former municipalities amalgamated to form the new City of Toronto. Mayor Mel Lastman said at the time that there would be “winners and losers”.

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