Dufferin Grove reflexology footpath to be unveiled in honour of Jenna Morrison-image1

Designs for the Jenna Morrison Memorial Reflexology Footpath in Dufferin Grove Park were unveiled last month at a public meeting. Landscape architect Howard Nauboris of Cosburn Nauboris Ltd. designed the footpath alongside Morrison's partner Florian Shuck. Construction is set to begin this spring.

Dufferin Grove reflexology footpath to be unveiled in honour of Jenna Morrison

It is with a mixture of excitement and disbelief that Florian Shuck will officially unveil Canada’s first-ever public reflexology footpath...

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The Bicycle Opera Project

The Bicycle Opera Project brings Canadian contemporary opera to communities across Ontario, to people who might otherwise have little oportunity to experience it - by bicycle. Pictured (l-r) tenor Christopher Enns, Tristan Durie, flute, Larissa Koniuk, soprano, Geoffrey Sirett, baritone, Stephanie Tritchew, mezzo, Chelsea Shanoff, sazophone and Wesley Shen, music director/piano.

West-end musicians pedal their love of opera throughout Ontario

It’s a gig unlike any other she’s ever had before. Saxophonist Chelsea Shanoff is in the midst of touring Ontario on two wheels as part...

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60 Paton Rd.

Ministry of the Environment and Toronto Public Health officials monitoring strong smell emanating from Nitta Gelatin Canada. The company has implemented odour control improvements over the years.

Environment and health officials monitoring strong smell emanating from Nitta Gelatin Canada

A longtime fixture in the Junction Triangle neighbourhood, Nitta Gelatin Canada is vowing to continue to work with its residential...

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Bike park

Members of the community came out June 30 to help with construction at Sunnyside Bike Park, which is set to open to the public at noon, July 18.

Sunnyside Bike Park opens to the public

Construction fences will be coming down Friday morning and the new Sunnyside Bike Skills Park is scheduled to open at noon, according to the...

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Paradise Theatre plans

The new owner of Paradise Theatre has plans to restore the old building, while maintaining its heritage elements, as well as turn it into a 'cultural centre' of sorts.

Plans for Paradise Theatre include restaurant, cultural centre

The new owner of the Paradise Theatre is planning to restore key elements of the heritage-designated cinema, a fixture at the corner of...

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Wanted Ones

Ginger Jones is wanted by police in 11 Division.

Police in 11 Division publicize their ‘Wanted Ones’ in hopes of catching suspects

Borrowing an idea from their brothers in blue, 11 Division launched its weekly police program dubbed ‘Wanted Ones.’ Introduced last...

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Junction Farmers Market Night

Eating on the curb on Pacific Avenue at the Junction Farmers Market Night Market on Pacific Ave. Saturday evening.

Junction Night Market raises thousands of dollars for food voucher program

As part of its mission to “promote equitable access to healthy food,” the Junction Farmers Market has raised more than $7,000 so far toward...

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Bloor West Summer Kids

The Bloor West BIA hosted the Summer Kids Festival on Saturday, with a baby contest, music, magician, and games.

Renamed Bloor West festival a hit with revellers - young and old

No, the Bloor West Village Business Improvement Area’s (BIA) annual July festival did not get a new name – just a different focus....

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