The former municipality of East York, as well as others, will now officially be able to display their pre-amalgamation flags on street signs.
Articles by Tina Adamopoulos
Centennial College honoured Jewish-Canadian veterans on Nov. 10 in an intimate ceremony at the Royal Canadian Legion Hall on Pape Avenue.
The East York logo and other former municipalities’ logos will be allowed on street signs, city council decided last week.
Street signs displaying the East York logo is a reminder of what a strong and proud community East York continues to be after amalgamation.
Maria Fong, 55, was diagnosed with lung cancer in August 2016. She later learned that it spread to the bone. She didn’t have any symptoms, but tests for a fractured vertebra revealed the diagnosis.
Her experiences with cancer, and the treatments she’s been undergoing to deal with it, convinced her to put on her walking shoes last Sunday and participate in the Terry Fox Run for the first time in her life.
“I feel blessed that I’m able to do this walk today,” she said.
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This weekend, Canadians will take to their local parks to honour the life of Terry Fox.
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Bullying is part of every school experience — something that always has been and always will be. Which is why concerned parents and students need reminders of services and support available in anti-bullying initiatives.