In the News

Our neighbourhood in the news

This website is now closed

After a 10 year run from February 2008 to March 2018, and the last few years only seeing sporadic updates and activity, I have decided to put this website into permanent hibernation mode. I am not deleting the site, content, comments, etc., but all features have been disabled and no new content will be posted from this point forward.

Union Lofts

I wanted to reach out to any purchasers of units at the proposed Church Conversion project "Union Lofts" at the corner of Perth & Wallace. Check out the private group on facebook called Union Lofts Residents Discussion.

It's a great place to connect with other purchasers and share information.

Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MoCCA) - Sterling Rd.

This morning it was announced that the Museum of Canadian Comtemporary Art (MoCCA) will be moving in to the former Tower Automotive building on Sterling Rd.

MoCCA is considering the lease on this two-floor space their new "permanent" home, and will be the anchor tenant of this refurbished heritage structure. "Renovation of the c.1919 industrial heritage building has been approved and construction will begin as early as the fall of 2015, with a target for completion in the winter of 2016-17."

28th Annual Maderian Cultural Week

I would like to inform you that the Canadian Madeira Club will be hosting their 28th Annual Cultural Week Celebrations @
Casa da Madeira Community Centre (1621 Dupont St)

The full program is now available on our New Website.

There are several free night that you can drop in and have a look at our exhibits, We have a full program scheduled with Folklore dancing Singing, Local Singers and Great regional dishes for you to try.

if you have any further questions, fell free to contact me @

Curves High Park, Annual Food Drive

Curves High Park, a member of the largest chain of fitness centers for women in the world, today announced that the 2014 Curves Food Drive will take place from March 17 through March 31 at their club, located at 2440 Dundas St. W., 2nd floor. This year, Curves is inviting both its' members and non-members to take part in the Annual Food Drive by bringing in a bag of non-perishable food or a monetary contribution of at least $30 to be donated to a local community food bank.

The Star: GO rail construction for Union Pearson Express keeps residents awake

The Toronto Star has posted an article about some unusually loud overnight construction noise along the Georgetown Rail corridor, near the Wallace Ave. footbridge, during this past weekend:

GO rail construction for Union Pearson Express keeps residents awake

Construction noise kept some residents up all night last weekend along the Kitchener GO line.

By: Tess Kalinowski Transportation reporter, Published on Tue Feb 04 2014

Junction Triangle Home Prices- In the News

I found this very interesting article about Junction Triangle real estate.

There are 200+ comments below the article, many talking
about perceptionDauek of Junction Triangle. Enjoy!

Link Here:

Junction Triangle resident wins Canada Writes Short Story Contest

Junction Triangle resident Becky Blake has just won the Canada Writes Short Story Contest on CBC. Becky's story was selected for the top prize from more than 2400 entries. Congratulations to Becky!

Details at

Stabbing at Wallace and Campbell

At around 8:30pm tonight, an 18 year-old man was stabbed in the abdomen near Wallace and Campbell Avenues.

Only a few details so far in the news:

From the Toronto Star:

An 18-year-old man was stabbed multiple times after a fight broke out in the Bloor St. W. and Lansdowne Ave. area Friday night.

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