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Scarborough Village Summer Festival
The seventh annual Scarborough Village Summer Festival is set to take place on Saturday, July 14.The event will offer entertainment for all ages, multicultural activities and performances including belly dancing, samba...
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-13 12:07:09



Taste of the Woods set for Warden Woods Community Centre
The Warden Woods Community Centre's fifth annual Taste of the Woods Festival is set for this Saturday, July 14.Festivities include the Scarborough's Got Talent show, children's games, live entertainment and...
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-13 12:07:08



Kingsway Ratepayers' group hosts fundraising picnic
The West Kingsway Ratepayers' Association (WKRA) will host a fundraising picnic at Fairfield Park next month. The event, which takes place on Saturday, July 28 from noon till 3 p.m., will feature a barbecue...
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-13 12:07:07



Weston celebrates community art project along GO line
On the 200-foot-long hoarding put up along the GO Transit Georgetown South Project corridor, a new community art project was unveiled Saturday, July 7.More than 150 people were on hand to see The Big Community Art Reveal...
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-13 12:07:06



Lippert School of Hard Rock performs at Whistler's Grille
At a performance on Friday, July 13, the Lippert School of Hard Rock will add a meaningful cause to their play list.Last week, local resident Rita Smith approached the school asking if a student could record "...
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-13 12:07:05



BEYOND THE HEADLINES: Transit plan failed because of a miscalculation of votes
Poof! Another transit plan disappeared this week. First stripped of its funding, then most of its routes, and finally considered as only a report request, it will soon completely vanish from public consciousness.Just...
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: Columns Date: 2012-07-13 07:44:12



EDITORIAL: Torontonians need to be asked their transit opinions
Toronto residents can be forgiven for thinking they have seen and heard it all before when it comes to the handling of the city's transit future.In the case of OneCity, revealed to much fanfare two weeks ago by TTC...
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: Editorial Date: 2012-07-13 07:43:36



Guardian photographer earns reader's praise
To the editor:Re: 'Waiting on Mom,' Front page photos, July 5Kudos to Guardian photographer Ian Kelso on capturing the fabulous photos of the swallows. It does your heart good to see what life is really all...
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: Letters Date: 2012-07-13 07:42:49



Youth Day returns to Yonge-Dundas Square July 22
CITY CENTRE - Yonge-Dundas Square will play host to more than 100 of Toronto's finest up-and-coming young performers and a series of special guests when Youth Day returns for a sixth year July 22.
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-13 07:40:54





Community feedback sought on future of 54 Division
EAST YORK - Toronto police's 54 Division is reaching out to the community to gather feedback on the division's future.
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-13 07:40:53



Student makes stop in Etobicoke as he continues his Pink Portage
ETOBICOKE - Peering out from beneath the pink canoe perched upon his shoulders, Andrew Metcalfe gamely waved at the honking cars and cheering supporters who greeted his homecoming as he trudged down Lake Shore Boulevard West in Etobicoke early Monday evening, July 9.
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-13 07:40:52



Live music, baby contest kicks off July 14 Bloor West festival
BLOOR WEST - Summer fun in the sun returns this Saturday with the annual Bloor West Village Street Festival.
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-13 07:40:51



Traffic Watch - July 13 to 20
Take in a festival and avoid the traffic this week.BLOOR WEST VILLAGE BIA FESTIVALThe annual festival, which starts at 9 a.m., includes a baby contest, sidewalk sale, street dance and more.A series of road...
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-13 07:40:50



Eco-friendly fun promised at seventh Uber-SWAP event
Summer Evening Uber-SWAP: On the Patio!, an outdoor used and vintage clothing exchange, will take place the evening of Thursday, July 19 in Leslieville. The evening of green, frugal fun will be held under a tent on the...
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-13 07:40:48



BAPS walk to support SickKids hits the pavement this Sunday
ETOBICOKE - More than a thousand walkers are expected at this weekend's 15th annual BAPS Walkathon in support of the SickKids Centre for Research and Learning.
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-13 07:40:47



Toronto athletes primed for London Summer Games
OLYMPICS - The London Olympics are coming up July 27 to Aug. 3 and plenty of Toronto athletes will be there to compete for Canada.
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: Downtown Date: 2012-07-12 19:47:49



Toronto's city manager to study options for future transit planning
TRANSIT - OneCity, TTC chair Karen Stintz' plan to build new transit across Toronto and introduce a new tax to pay for it, is finished.
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-12 19:42:49



Suspect armed with knife sought in robbery at coffee shop
Police are looking for a man following an early morning robbery at a Scarborough coffee shop Wednesday.Police said a masked man armed with a knife entered Country Style at 2387 Kingston Rd., near Midland Avenue, and...
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-12 19:42:48



Arrest made in Dixon Road shooting
Police have made an arrest in connection with a shooting on Dixon Road over the weekend. It is alleged that on Sunday, July 8 at around 6 a.m., the accused approached a group of men at 320 Dixon Rd. (between Kipling and...
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-12 19:42:47



Debate continues over development plans for Birch Cliff Quarry Lands
SCARBOROUGH - A group fighting highrise development on the Birch Cliff Quarry Lands says a City of Toronto agency now seems to share its goals and has agreed to present plans for the land its owns in September.
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-12 19:42:46



Nicola Sahar of Bishop Allen Academy earns perfect grades
Three Bishop Allen Academy students were named among the Toronto Catholic District School Board's top scholars of 2011-2012 - one of whom achieved perfect grades.
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-12 19:42:45



Metrolinx CEO wants federal government to commit to transit funding
The CEO of provincial transit planner Metrolinx said the agency plans to go out this fall and speak with the general public about how to pay for transit expansion.While he did not elaborate on a schedule for the public...
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-12 19:42:44



Makeeda hosts fundraising fair Saturday
Scarborough families can have fun while helping Makeeda International support its next "role model" for local youth at the group's multicultural fair this Saturday, July 14.Makeeda, "committed to...
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-12 19:42:43



CivicAction to launch Regional Transportation Champions Council at Union Station
On Friday, July 13, morning at Union Station, the Greater Toronto CivicAction Alliance will announce the first members of a new advocacy group designed to get people talking about regional transit. John Tory and Mitzie...
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-12 19:42:42



Jim Sales named Toronto's new fire chief
Toronto Council has hired a new fire chief. On Thursday, July 12, Toronto Council approved the hiring of Jim Sales, who's headed fire services in the City of Edmonton and the Town of Markham. Currently he is the General...
Newspaper: Inside Toronto
Feed: News Date: 2012-07-12 19:42:41



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