Wondering what’s going on this last weekend of September? The Bayview Art Tour, A Dad’s baseball tournament, a beer tent in Talbot Park, a Brickworks Harvest Festival, and a Superhero run. Read on for more! …more
In mid-August some members of the Leaside Garden Society gathered to present the inaugural Garden Society Founders Scholarship to Leaside resident Josh Paull. The scholarship selection committee unanimously selected Josh from a pool of very …more
Every gardener in Leaside understands the challenges of gardening in the north. But climate change has given us more than just rising temperatures and strange seasons, it’s given us record-breaking extremes and weather events that …more
When it comes to parks, trails, and bootcamps, Leaside is situated in a nature-lover’s paradise. You may think of outdoor fitness as running, cycling or team sports, but you can also get personalized fitness training …more
Drop by 76 Bessborough Dr. on Sept. 15th between 10 a.m. and noon to try his delicious homemade lemonade! Terry Fox inspired so many and Isaac is very proud to help support his foundation.
In 1987, an International Joint Commission classified the City of Toronto’s waterfront as an “Area of Concern in the Great Lakes Basin,” owing in part to the Don River’s poor water quality – a classification …more
Sheila Lacroix knew Edna Beange for years, both at Leaside United Church and as winners of the Agnes Macphail Award. Sheila delivered this tribute to Edna at the 2019 Agnes Macphail Award Ceremony in March. …more
It is encouraging to note that over the summer City Council gave the Vision Zero 2.0 program strong support, with its recommendations to reduce speeding on Toronto streets. As I suggested in last month’s column, …more