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Ward 32 candidates set to debate on October 7

Do you have a burning question on development, transit, or traffic that needs to be answered before you decide who will get your vote in the municipal election on Oct. 27? City council candidates in Ward 32 – the heart of the Beach Metro News coverage area – are set to debate the issues on Tuesday, Oct. […]

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Candidates for the Ward 32 city council seat meet for a two-hour debate at St. John the Baptist Norway Anglican church, organized by Beach Metro Community News and Community Centre 55, at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 7. The event will be moderated by Rob Granatstein, senior producer and director of Questions for the […]

Getting ready for the October 27 municipal election

Ah, autumn. The cooling temperatures, the shortening daylight hours, the transformation of flora and fauna as they prepare for the coming winter, and the smell of blood in the air. Oh right, it must be an election year. At Beach Metro News we have always prided ourselves on our fairness. In fact, being nonpartisan is […]

Bussin weighs options for 2014 Toronto election

Three months before campaigns start for Toronto’s 2014 election, former councillor Sandra Bussin is testing the waters for a political comeback in Beaches-East York. “I’ve been approached by a number of residents saying they’re very unhappy with what’s happening at the city and urging me to run again,” Bussin said. “That’s where it started.” Now […]

Ask not what your city can do for you…

Happy New Year Ward 32! Each year brings fresh beginnings, new ideas and a chance to start anew. It’s an opportunity to reflect on old habits and past actions and accomplishments while keeping a keen eye on the future. Many of us have seen and learned in life that ‘You Get What You Give’. We […]

Ward 32 parks friends celebrated

Proponents of parks in Ward 32 gathered at the Naval Club at Gerrard and Woodbine on Nov. 29 for Ward 32 councillor Mary-Margaret McMahon’s second annual Parks Social. Representatives of several ‘friends-of’ parks groups told the small crowd what they have been up to in their parks this year,  sharing ideas and inspiration. First up […]

Queen Street visioning study approved

Queen Street is set to become the subject of a ‘visioning study’ from Coxwell to Neville Park, to put guidelines for development into place. The study was approved at the Jan. 10 meeting of Toronto and East York Community Council. Ward 32 Councillor Mary-Margaret McMahon proposed the study as a way for the community to […]

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