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End of the line for daycare

July 22, 2015

Right to the end, Shelly Zorzit felt sure that Beaches Child Care Centre would stay open next fall. But looking back, the board president says the Upper Beach daycare might have run out of time even before she joined the effort to save it, a year and a half ago. A non-profit, licensed daycare for […]

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Provincial funding boost for hate crimes

Standing down the street from the office of what many call a hate-filled newspaper, Beaches-East York MPP Arthur Potts announced more funding on July 16 for police who investigate hate crimes. Over the next two years, the Ontario government will spend $399,000 to maintain the Hate Crime and Extremism Investigative Team – a coordinated effort […]

Seeking nominations for the next Beach Citizen of the Year

The deadline is fast approaching to nominate the next Beach Citizen of the Year. The annual award honours a local resident who has shown a steadfast and long-standing commitment to improving their, and by extension our, little corner of the world. This year marks the 14th year since the first award in 2001. The award […]

Kingston Road sees multiple rezonings

City councillors have voted to rezone Kingston Road for a seven-storey, 49-unit condo and two town houses just east of Main Street on land including the former Dip ‘n Sip doughnuts property at 663 Kingston Rd. As part of the rezoning, Streetcar Developments gave city planners a study showing another eight properties from Brookside Drive […]


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