The TTC updated their re-routing advisories on August 25. These might help you get to where you want to go:
And here is the overview of all the work that’s going on:
Aaron Brown, who attended Roden Public School, raced against Usain Bolt in the 200 metre semi-final, finishing ninth of the semi-finalists with a personal best. He missed the final by one spot. Bolt naturally went on to the final, where he took the gold.
See a post-race interviewwith Aaron Brown.
From the Canadian Olympic track and field team site:
“20-year old Aaron Brown raced to a new personal best of 20.42-seconds in the 200-metres semi finals just missing out on a spot in the final. ‘I was much more relaxed. It was great chasing Usain Bolt, he pulled me to a personal best.’ ”
In the August 9 Beach-Riverdale Mirror:
“Two years ago, Aaron Brown, who grew up in the area of Gerrard Street and Coxwell Avenue, was racing in the provincial high school track and field championships for Birchmount Collegiate…yesterday he was slated to race in the London Olympics…alongside Usain Bolt.”
Here are a few photos from Queen Street – starting with an 1889 “manhole cover” which has been removed, and its 2012 replacement. If you know what this object is called now, please comment below.
Manhole cover from 1889 – served Queen Street for 123 years – now retired
The 2012 version
Queen East at Connaught car barns – August 7, 2012
Pouring concrete on Queen East across from the Ashbridge Estate
Opening soon at the former Red Rocket location
The Applicious Neighbourhood Apple Festival is a fun-for-all-ages event and a popular destination for families. It’s the community fall festival organized by Applegrove Community Complex, our great local resource.
Applegrove’s 5th annual Applicious festival will take place on Saturday, September 15 at Ashbridge Estate, 1444 Queen East.
Find out more and see photos from last year’s Applicious on the Applicious website. On the site, you will see how you can be a sponsor/donor, vendor or entertainer at the event.