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Missing man made last contact near Queen and Leuty

April 27, 2015

Police are asking the public to help find a 36-year-old man who went missing from the Beach on Saturday night. Murray Abbott, 36, was last heard from at about 10:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 25, when he was near Queen Street East and Leuty Avenue. Abbott is described as white, 6’1”, with a stocky build […]

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Missing man made last contact near Queen and Leuty

Police are asking the public to help find a 36-year-old man who went missing from the Beach on Saturday night. Murray Abbott, 36, was last heard from at about 10:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 25, when he was near Queen Street East and Leuty Avenue. Abbott is described as white, 6’1”, with a stocky build […]

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Beaches Spring Sprint results

More than 500 runners and walkers hit the boardwalk on April 11 for the annual Beaches Spring Sprint. Despite some threatening clouds, the weather remained dry and cool, with a breeze to keep runners working on the flat course. The race is a fundraiser for the Beaches Recreation Centre, organized by the centre’s advisory board. […]

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The sixth and final installment of The Cello concert series will take place on Sunday, May 3. Brian Manker, solo cellist with the Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal, will perform Bach’s Cello Suite no. 5 and other works during the hour-long concert. Manker is also a member of the New Orford String Quartet and the Adorno […]

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Local Ricardians witnesss a ceremony fit for a king

The day Victoria Moorshead walked into Leicester Cathedral to see the new coffin of a long-dead king, she stopped to chat with a civil servant. As it turned out, he worked for Leicester City Council, which until three years ago had owned the accidental tomb of King Richard III – a parking lot reserved for […]

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Reducing greenhouse gas pollution in Ontario

Ontario has taken another bold step toward addressing climate change. Premier Kathleen Wynne and Glen Murray, the Minister of the Environment and Climate Change, announced that the province will be implementing a carbon pricing program that will reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in our environment. Our government is introducing a cap and trade system which […]

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