An image of grass covered in dew. Staff photo.

’Tis the season for lawn-cutting

Terry Fallis
I’ve always hated cutting the lawn. I understand there are very few people walking the streets of Leaside who actually enjoy cutting the lawn (unless of course they’re sitting luxuriously on a cushy riding mower), ...more


Leaside Literati: The Invisible Rules

Leaside Litterati
Long-time Leaside resident Paul Harrietha, PhD, has just published The Invisible Rules: What’s Really Holding Women Back in Business – And What to Do About It (Barlow, 2021).  Despite all the positive press and growing ...more


  • Currently, due to the recent rise in COVID-19 cases, all Toronto schools are closed to in-person learning until at least February 10, 2021. When the first shutdown occurred after March Break last year, the TDSB ...more


Digital edition


  • Jaye Robinson Incumbent, 
Former Ward 25
    As Toronto’s immunization campaign continues to expand, there have been many questions about where, when, and how eligible residents can book a vaccine appointment.  On behalf of our Ward 15 communities, I have been advocating ...more


  • Bayview Avenue in front of the gates to Mount Pleasant Cemetary.
    Now that spring has arrived, our thoughts turn to our gardens, especially here in leafy Leaside. Not coincidentally, the City of Toronto has released an online survey to find out how Torontonians feel about allowing ...more