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Toy Drive for Terrance Bascombe

On Saturday December 13, there was a shooting on Pelham Ave., near Osler St. and Davenport Rd. (map). 12 year-old Terrance Bascombe was hit in the leg with a bullet as he walked home with a friend. You can read more about what happened in the extensive media coverage (links down below).

Some area residents have organized a toy drive for Terrance and other children of the Pelham Park area. Here are the details:

“He’s only Twelve years old”

Residents, Politicians and Police have joined together to make this Holiday Season special for one very brave and lucky boy.

On Saturday Night December 13, 2008 Terrance Bascombe, for no apparent reason was shot in the leg as he was on his way home with his friend. Even with tough economic times, we ask that you please help and support the family, friends and neighbours deal with this very unfortunate situation.

If you wish to make a donation of toys for Terrance Bascombe and the other children in the complex, you can drop them off you at Toronto Police 12 Division by Monday, December 22, 2008. Or you can call or email the contact person below for more information.

Upon receiving the donations, residents and police will deliver the toys to Terrance and the children of Pelham Park on Monday, December 22, 2008

Toronto Police 11 Dvision - Town Hall Meeting

The Toronto Police 11 Division is having their annual "Town Hall" meeting on Tuesday November 18th. Details below, or in the PDF file on the Toronto Police website.


2008 Town Hall Meeting

Tuesday November 18, 2008
7:00p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Bishop Marrocco / Thomas Merton Catholic Secondary School

DigIn to Docs: Cheating Death

DigIn - Monthly screenings of films in Toronto

Award-winning films about courageous people in challenging situations

DigIn, a community organization located in Toronto presents monthly screenings of NFB films focusing on social and environmental issues. Each screening will be followed by a discussion with experts on the films’ topics.

The event is pay-what-you-can, with a suggested donation of $4 per person and $8 per family.

Screenings at the Bloor Collegiate. 1141 Bloor St. West

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