Letters to the Editor for May 13

When people live in fear, dogs must be leashed Once again, the Beach has an increasing number of dog owners deciding that they are personally entitled to special exemptions from leash laws. At any given time, half the dogs you see anywhere south of Queen Street are off leash, outside the legal leash-free area. The […]

Letters to the Editor for April 29

High marks for creativity in business assistance plan To help businesses along Queen Street and improve the overall experience of living in the area, I call on residents to seek out Toronto Parking Authority officers on their daily patrols. Engage these diligent and often maligned civil servants in friendly and polite conversation. Enquire how to […]

Letters to the Editor for April 15

Earth Day a time to consider the fate of our trees Earth Day is fast approaching, and it is a good time to reflect on our care of trees. We can count our blessings that we live in a community where there is no clear-cutting of trees, which could lead to a mudslide like the […]

Letters to the Editor for April 1

Former teacher deserves all the praise she gets My brothers Frederick and Patrick Roberts (twins) and I had Mrs. Vince as our junior and senior kindergarten teacher in the 1970s. Later on, in 1980-1981 she left as my Grade 6 teacher and started a special class for seven or eight students, some developmentally challenged (my […]

Letters to the Editor for March 18

To submit a Letter to the Editor, emailĀ editor@beachmetro.com From our March 18, 2014 issue   Now is the perfect time to consider a monumental addition Currently, Ward 32 Councillor Mary-Margaret McMahon is encouraging discussion about refreshing and revitalizing a small and important portion of Kew Gardens. There is a war monument located in the area […]