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Bayview Avenue street sign.

There goes the neighbourhood…

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According to the 2016 Preliminary Neighbourhood Census Profile for Leaside-Bennington, there are 2,190 ‘Millennials’ living in Leaside. That compares to 5,260 ‘Gen-Xers’, 3,795 ‘Baby Boomers’ and 1,090 ‘Matures’. In 2017 Statistics Canada reported the proportion ...more
Aram at Mayrik.

Minimum wage, maximum pain?

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From the time she became Ontario’s Premier in 2013, Kathleen Wynne was set on raising the minimum wage. From 2014 to 2107, the minimum wage increase ranged annually between 15¢ and 75¢, which didn’t seem ...more

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Upcoming Events

  1. Leaside Library July Events

    July 1 - July 31
  2. Summer Day Camp – St. Cuthbert’s Church

    July 23 - July 27
  3. Men’s Bridge

    September 5 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
  4. Northlea United’s Annual Welcome Back Community Corn Roast

    September 12 @ 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm
  5. Leaside Corn Roast

    September 16

Leaside Gardens

  • New electronic sign at Leaside Memorial Gardens.
    May 31st marked the first community education session under the auspices of the Leaside Gardens Safety Committee. The free CPR, AED and Choking response clinic was attended by a full house of 80 participants. Made ...more

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  • The Grade 5/6 Northlea Class (l to r): Arnav Shah, Zane Beauregard, Quinlan Birmingham, Oliver Wong, Samantha Reid, Jackie Rendle, Rylan Maheu, Eve Gilady, Charlie Cummins, Aidan Boyd, Alexander LeDrew, and teacher Kalina Butts.
    By now, most Leasiders recognize the colourful crop of orange flags gracing a number of our intersections. They are the work of the Crosswalk Company of Quinlan Birmingham, Arnav Shah and Oliver Wong. These three ...more