The used car lot of the Nissan dealership always grips me as a cousin to the dinner in Edward Hoppers Nighthawks Painting.
The new brake reduces trackside noise by 10 decibels – a reduction that will supposedly halve the perceived noise of the train. LL-blocks smoothen the wheel surface, reducing vibration from wheel-rail […]
For the first time in decades the Pacific Avenue and Dundas St., West corner has a gathering space. The town hall sat on the SE corner – the building now […]
Again more great additions to stop and loiter activity the Junction strip needs with the opening of the juice bar and the gelatao retailer to the west of the NW […]
Info on the church at High Park Ave., Annette Street which is currently for sale. CAIN No. 215087 TITLE: High Park-Alhambra United Church (Toronto, Ont.) fonds PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: 5 m […]
The Lab Cab Festival Parkdale – July 26, 2014 2:00 PM – 9:00 PM The Lab Cab Festival: Parkdale is a free, annual multi-arts festival. Music, dance, theatre, film, poetry, […]
Canadian Pacific (CP) has celebrated the “strongest financial results in company’s history” after recording a 47 per cent year-on-year increase in net income. “The future is very promising for the […]
Climate change is eating away at the edges of mountain ice patches in Yukon (Canada), revealing droppings left by caribou herds thousands of years ago – and tools lost by […]
Vehicle counting strips have been placed on the roadbed to measure the current type and numbers of traffic occurring. Full city road classification map for ward 13 link It’s spring!
For decades, well let’s say a century the unpaved rear alley behind the stores on the north side of Dundas St. W. From Quebec Ave. to Clendenan Ave, was a […]
Working in Miyagi Prefecture in eastern Japan, which was badly hit by powerful earthquake and tsunamis in 2011, Shimamura turned a former Sony Corporation semiconductor factory into the world’s largest […]
You, your family, your street, your company or organization can help furnish the new Sorauren Park Town Square by providing a durable park bench for park goers to enjoy — with your inscription on the backrest as a commemorative tribute. Each commercial-grade bench is available for $1,900 and includes the cost of installation and the […]
All text the group Join us on July 12th from 7:00 – 11:00 pm at Pacific Avenue, just north Dundas Street West, for an evening of fabulous local food, craft […]
On Sept 14, 1932 Dr Jackson had published an account of how fast his company at 550 Vine Ave ( now 108 Vine Ave.) was growing. In July of 1932 […]
Phase 1 of the new Sorauren Park Town Square — Toronto’s newest magical public space — opened July 7 to rave reviews and under blue skies despite the day’s rain. While the Farmers Market bustled and soccer players hustled on the park’s sports field, the Square was officially opened by Parks staff removing fencing, on […]
St Clair Motor Service a long time Junction auto Firm near Runnymede Road just on the north side of Dundas St., Now has a sign outside reading High Park the […]
Toronto has a no cut rule of. 30 cm at 1 meter for trees on private property is too weak. Today a tree 30 feet tall, healthy and greatly contributing […]
3299 Dundas St W, The last remaining business of its type on the strip, continues the facade changes. The sills survived.
Each year the blog highlights this glorious tree in our area. Located next to a small waterway at the bottom of Symes Rd. It is just magnificent, huge and a […]