Do you need funding for an innovative idea to reduce residential waste and increase participation in the City’s waste diversion programs? The City of Toronto is accepting applications for grants of up to $25,000 to …more
Best of this week – a settlement with Riocan, vertical urban farming, and The NEW Roaring Twenties brings young entrepreneurs to Leaside. Catch the weekly roundup here. Riocan Settlement with RioCan to include $11 million …more
Best of this week – An selfless volunteer, Leaside High 75th Anniversary celebrations, Terry Fallis performs in the Nutcracker and a new MRI for Holland Bloorview. Catch the weekly roundup here. Volunteering Leasider Katja Werner …more
Leaside Flames 2002 A Team: It has been an extraordinary season for the Leaside Flames 2002 A GTHL team. They were recently announced the GTHL Regular Season Champions after compiling a 34 win – 1 …more
It took 60 years for Leaside resident Cathy Boyd to find her true calling. Born in Maine, this mother of four and grandmother of six relocated to Leaside with her second husband in 2010. Following …more
Francess Halpenny has died at the age of 98. Halpenny joined the University of Toronto Press as an editor in 1941 upon graduating with a Master’s degree in English language and literature. She served a …more
Over 50 Christmas Moose were witnessed on a recent walk through Bennington Heights. Following Moore Park with their inflatable Santas, it seems this ’hood has its own trend.
For the second consecutive year, the Under 18 girls of Central Toronto Athletic Club, coached by Leaside resident Dave Christiani, won team gold at the National Cross-Country Championships held in Kingston.
The 14th Annual Leaside Guys Night Out & Toy Drive held at The Leaside Pub on December 7th, was an overwhelming success, with over 120 people in attendance. This amazing community event generated over $20,000 …more