Monthly Archives: June 2013

Renting out Units

Gerry Hyman has a new article for the Toronto Star.  Let’s discuss some of the questions brought up in it. QUESTION:  Our declaration provides that units may only be occupied as single family residences and we have rules setting out … Continue reading

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Munenori Kawasaki Demoted to Triple-A

In order to make room for the returning José Reyes, the Toronto Blue Jays have optioned Munenori Kawasaki back to their Triple-A team the Buffalo Bisons. Kawasaki provided a lot of energy for the Blue Jays at shortstop while Reyes … Continue reading

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Rajai Davis & The Blue Jays Walk-off Baltimore

The Toronto Blue Jays beat the Baltimore Orioles 7-6 tonight with a walk-off base hit by Rajai Davis in the 9th inning.  The Blue Jays have now won their last 9 straight ballgames to get back to .500 with a … Continue reading

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Do We Need A Pickering Airport?

Federal Finance Minister Jim Flaherty has announced that the Federal Government is going ahead with the building of a new airport in Pickering.  However, the question is whether or not we really need another airport in the G.T.A. when we … Continue reading

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Should Pete Rose be in the Hall of Fame?

The title of this post says it all: ‘Should Pete Rose be in the Hall of Fame?’  I think he should.  And here’s why: Peter Rose holds several Major League Baseball (M.L.B.) records, including most hits at 4,256, at bats … Continue reading

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June 9th Blue Jays Game

I finally got around to attending my first Blue Jays game down at the SkyDome (or Rogers Centre.)  The Texas Rangers were in town finishing a three game series that saw the Blue Jays win the first two games – … Continue reading

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Stanley Cup Finals

Well, we have now made it to the Stanley Cup Finals with the Boston Bruins facing the Chicago Blackhawks, a battle of two original six teams.   Boston dominated the Pittsburgh Penguins, winning their series four games to none.  Chicago beat … Continue reading

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A History of the Grey Cup

With the Canadian Football League’s (CFL) teams opening training camp, I’d like to provide a brief history of the Grey Cup. The Grey Cup was created in 1909 by the Governor General, the 4th Earl Grey, originally meant for hockey.  … Continue reading

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The Blue Jays After Two Months

After two months, the Blue Jays still look bad.  With all the hype in the preseason thanks to all the off-season acquisitions, the Blue Jays simply are not playing up to their potential.  They are in 5th place in the … Continue reading

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