Monthly Archives: June 2018

2018 World Cup: Round of 16

The Group Stage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup has concluded and we are ready to start the knockout phase with the Group of 16. A couple shocks did take place with the Group Stage.  Firstly, two top teams:  The … Continue reading

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Streetcar Service Returns west of Humber Loop

On June 24th, 2018 the communities along Lake Ontario is southern Etobicoke finally got their streetcar service back after waiting almost a year and a half. Starting January 7th, 2017 the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) shutdown streetcar service west of … Continue reading

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Red Winged Blackbirds

Red winged blackbirds have taken over the Toronto area this year. Here are some pictures of the birds:

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Only ‘Routine Issues’ may be discussed at Annual General Meetings

Gerry Hyman has another article for the Toronto Star.  I want to discuss three of the questions that were raised: First, this question:

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