Residents of neighbourhoods across Toronto will be affected by continuing construction of the new Ontario Line. Worries have pushed residents near Pape Avenue to action.
The Pape Village Summerfest provided a much needed experience for locals after Taste of the Danforth was cancelled.
Many in East York are fearful their neighbourhoods are becoming more violent. A 16-year-old boy struck and killed. A man shot dead….
Delays to the completion of Pape Avenue have residents and business owners wondering when the construction will finish. When the watermain replacement was announced in February, the City of Toronto said it would be complete…
The Turkish grocery store Smyrna Laz Bakkal opened its doors at 808 Pape Ave., on June 3 replacing 808 Social coffee shop.
“It” is in Toronto and lives at the corner of Pape and Riverdale avenues, an area that has been dominated by the Cranfield house since 1902.
Wrestling fans witnessed clotheslines being thrown and referees being knocked out at the local debut of CRW.
Grace Guarnieri never really knew Rob Ford, but she says he still left a lasting impression on her. In a phone conversation, some time ago, the owner of Second Elegance on Pape Avenue mentioned to the then mayor that her father was ill. Subsequently, Ford phoned back to ask if there was anything he could do.
“That’s epic. Who remembers that?” Guarnieri said. “I mean, just that act was consolation enough,” she said. “It was just him doing what he loved to do.”
“It’s easy to digest when you see it on TV, but when it happens in front of your eyes, it’s hard to believe,” said Brice Hall.
In 1944, William O’Leary lied about his age and enlisted as a galley boy in the Merchant Marine. He was 15 years old. “I’ve sailed all over the world,” said O’Leary, who embarked from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, on a ship carrying food, ammunitions and coal to Allied forces at the end of the Second World War. En route to Odessa, Russia, his ship travelled through the North Atlantic, a playground, he said, for German U-boats that were notorious for picking off slow convoys of ships heading into and out of Canada.