Letters to the Editor for Jan. 12, 2016

Thoughts from Kew, courtesy Steve ‘the tree guy’ Delivering Christmas trees to families across the greater Beach area has been our calling for more than 25 years. Every November for over half of our lives we have made a small part of Kew Gardens home for a short while. Peering out from the shed in […]

Letters to the Editor for Dec. 15, 2015

Kew Gardens plan has fans and detractors Re: ‘Kew Gardens ‘help’ not necessary,’ Letters to the Editor, Dec. 1: On March 18, 2014, there was a public meeting at the Beaches Rec Centre about updating Kew Gardens. Councillor Mary-Margaret McMahon invited a few youths to this meeting, including ourselves. We attended with a few friends. […]

Letters to the Editor for Dec. 1, 2015

A challenge for readers: let’s do something positive RE: Letters from Carole Wilson and Paul Romanuk (Letters to the Editor, Nov. 17): I agree that many sections of Queen Street East look appalling, ranging from dirty or sadly outdated store windows to downright dilapidated buildings. I doubt that our BIA or councillor can talk sense […]

Letters to the Editor for Sept. 22, 2015

There’s more to pet rescue story than may be obvious Thank you for taking the time to write to the editor about your concerns, Anne [‘Pet rescue raises questions,’ Letters to the Editor, Sept. 8]. I appreciate the opportunity to respond. Just to clarify, the previous owner surrendered Franky to an investigating officer for the […]

Letters to the Editor for August 25, 2015

Who is accountable for damage done by unruly mob? After midnight on July 24 a mob of mostly young and several drunk people gathered at the foot of Balsam Avenue. This was apparently the second night in a row a large group gathered there after being moved off Queen Street as the jazz festival ended […]

Letters to the Editor for July 21, 2015

Re: Clarity needed for path congestion, Letters to the Editor, Beach Metro News, June 30: It should be noted that the City of Toronto web site states: “On trails, stay to the right, pass to the left and remember that pedestrians always have the right-of-way.” It is important to understand that mixed use recreational trails […]