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SPORTS SCOOP: For the week of July 16
Here's a guide to community sports events taking place across the city in the coming week.
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: Columns Date: 2012-07-16 08:33:13



Ladies on the Rise members mentored by Toronto Raptors Dance Pak
ETOBICOKE - The ladies of the Toronto Raptors Dance Pak are helping a group of Ladies on the Rise get in step this summer in Etobicoke.
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-16 08:30:04



New Aloha Toronto Festival coming to Woodbine Beach in August
EAST YORK - The sights, sounds and tastes of Hawaii are coming to the Beach this summer.
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-16 08:30:02



Early childhood education student expands her teaching skills to Ugandan students
CITY CENTRE - While the horrors visited on the people of Uganda by Joseph Kony and the Lord's Resistance Army were well-publicized, Ryerson University student Zoe Goodman did more than most to help undo the harm he did.
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-16 08:30:01



Women's shelter kicks off Hope Blooms housing campaign
NORTH YORK - Hoping to ease a "heartbreaking" backlog, the North York Women's Shelter is launching a $4.5-million campaign to build transitional housing for abused women and their children trying to rebuild their lives.
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-16 08:30:00



Scarborough schools name their athletes of the year
SCARBOROUGH - You don't see his legs flopping, or even arms wiggling, when Evan Karakolis, with a javelin in his right hand, steps up to do his thing.
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: Scarborough Date: 2012-07-15 20:26:43



Rouge Park public input meeting Wednesday, July 17, in Scarborough
SCARBOROUGH - A Rouge National Urban Park will be the first of its kind, a national park but not subject to the same restrictions or rules.
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-15 20:21:51



Check out the dancers on their Seaton Village porches
CITY CENTRE - A group of Seaton Village residents will show off both their community and their moves with an upcoming show created by local dancers and Kaeja d'Dance founders Karen and Allen Kaeja.
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-15 08:13:16



Scarborough music teacher gets ovation from students
SCARBOROUGH - Kevin Hrycay hits the right notes with his students and their parents. They chimed in with 30,000 votes, placing the Scarborough music teacher in first place in a nation-wide teachers' competition.
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-14 20:17:16





Mongolian consul general for Ontario to operate from Scarborough office
SCARBOROUGH - Become lost in the Gobi Desert, and you will see what sort of people Mongolians are, says Dave Tsubouchi, a former provincial cabinet minister who this week was made Mongolia's first consul general for Ontario.
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-14 20:17:15



Two hundred kilometre bike ride to benefit students' bellies
PARKDALE - Last winter, Parkdale resident Kimberly Davidson was set to start soliciting for a big bike fundraiser for cancer when she had a big idea of her own.
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-14 07:58:45



Caribana Flags and Colours Festival parade on Saturday at Yorkgate Mall
The Caribana Arts Group will host the Caribana Flags and Colours Festival parade Saturday, July 14, at Yorkgate Mall.The festival at Jane Street and Finch Avenue is expected to attract 500 participants, live drummers and...
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-13 20:03:16



First seven members of CivicAction's regional transit council announced
TRANSIT - The Greater Toronto CivicAction Alliance announced the first seven members of a council dedicated to kick starting a public conversation about transit in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area.
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-13 20:03:15



OBITUARY: Sister Imelda Cahill dies at 94
Sister Imelda Cahill spent 17 years as principal of former St. Joseph Catholic High School.Students of the former Dundas Street West all-girls' school in Islington remember her as tough, but fair. Cahill had spent 40...
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-13 20:03:14



Children run screaming with delight into new Jaime Bell playground
BLOOR WEST - Held back behind yellow police tape, a crowd of children waited impatiently for a chance to climb the new castle and to go down the new slides.
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-13 20:03:13



Transit thinking group formed to discuss options for regional system
Agnes Gee hates her commute.The Barrie resident spends upwards of four hours per day riding the GO bus to downtown Toronto, where she works. She'd rather drive, but the bus is her only affordable option right now, she...
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-13 20:03:12



Construction company Metron Construction fined $200K in deaths of migrant workers
A Toronto-based construction company was fined $200,000 Friday, July 13 in the death of four migrant workers in an Etobicoke scaffolding accident nearly three years ago.On Christmas Eve 2009, Alexander Bondorev, 25...
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-13 20:03:11



Toronto declares extreme heat alert
TORONTO - Residents should be mindful of staying cool as the City of Toronto has issued an extreme heat alert for Friday, July 13.
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-13 12:07:17



Toronto considers mandatory air conditioning rules for apartments
Toronto landlords could be made to provide air conditioning for their tenants in the face of heat waves, as Toronto Council voted to study ways to change the rules for heating and cooling apartments.Council voted Thursday...
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-13 12:07:16



Fashion program tailored to young people
Young people facing art participation barriers can benefit from a summer fashion program run by Art Starts at Yorkdale Shopping Centre. From July 9 to Aug. 24, young people between ages 14 and 22 will get a chance to...
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-13 12:07:15



Main Square Madness Party set for July 14
A celebration of community spirit will take place Saturday, July 14 near Danforth Avenue and Main Street.The Main Square Madness Party will include a variety of activities for the family including bike tune-up lessons...
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-13 12:07:14



RISE UP for basketball
Community RISE UP (Recreation Is Supposed to Enlighten and Unite People), a not-for-profit organization focused on developing positive interactions between east-end youth and the community in which they live, is holding its...
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-13 12:07:13



Meeting to discuss intersection improvements
It is seen as a dangerous intersection, but plans are in place to improve the safety of Sterling Road and Dundas Street West.Toronto's Transportation Services staff and Councillor Anna Bailao are hosting a community...
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-13 12:07:12



Fundraising picnic helps young men break cycle of addiction, violence
Enjoy fun in the sun this Saturday with a day-long picnic, barbecue, live music and games at Break Free Family Centre.Break Free teaches and counsels at-risk youth how to break the vicious cycle of recidivism, addiction...
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-13 12:07:11



Church land to be expropriated to extend Redlea Avenue
The City of Toronto is preparing to extend a road through the parking lot of one of Scarborough's largest churches in order to ease traffic congestion around Kennedy Road and Steeles Avenue.The first $2-million...
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-13 12:07:10



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