East York hockey enthusiast Jason Bond remembers one of the community’s celebrated coaches, Lou Lockyer, fondly. “He would smile at every single kid that would walk into this place,” Bond said. “He always made everyone feel welcome when they came into this building.”
“A lot of people don’t realize that these things are still happening,” curator Caroline Kings said, “Whether it’s about (your) appearance or not getting paid the same as a man might. We just want to raise awareness.”
A man died during an apartment fire at 1260 Broadview Ave., near O’Connor Drive, Thursday night. A neighbour, Mike Dolbaczulcbo, 56, said when he realized what was wrong he immediately ran into the building to find any victims, before the fire got worse. A man was eventually found in a second-floor unit; he was without […]
The Post Discharge Phone Call Program garnered TEGH the 2010 Ontario Hospital Association’s (OHA) Patient Safety Award. Implemented in February 2008, the program ensures all patients are called at home within 48 hours of their release from inpatient care.
“This is why we all do it, right? We love the music, we love making the audience happy,” Waldston said. “There is nothing like creating harmony with other voices.”
Since a rash of area break-ins over the summer, affecting 24 residences on Jackman Avenue and restaurants on the Danforth, police have apprehended a resident of a local apartment building.
On Nov. 29, Steve Yzerman, general manager of theNHL’s Tampa Bay Lightning, helped Jennifer Tory and Jim Little from RBC present the children with hockey sticks, skates, helmets and gloves.
Westgate, 38, started climbing 11 years ago when he was introduced to it by then co-workers at Mountain Equipment Co-op, where he worked in the cycling department. The Happier Climbers climb at the Toronto Climbing Academy near St. Clair and O’Connor Ave.
“You never know where a client is going to take the dog,” Westgate said. “My job is to make sure it gets used to as many places and situations as possible. That way when she’s working, she’s familiar with things and she won’t get startled or scared.”
But these plants, displayed in the facility’s Papermill Gallery, weren’t real. They were artful renditions by the Botanical Artists of Canada (BAC), which held its annual juried art exhibition at the centre, located on Pottery Road.