Mats Sundin and U of T promote healthy, active living at Duke of Connaught
by Suniya Kukaswadia, University of Toronto
Hockey legend Mats Sundin surprised students at a Toronto elementary school March 25 by serving a wholesome breakfast and playing hockey with student leaders. The visit to the Duke of Connaught Junior and Senior Public School was part of a campaign to help raise awareness about childhood obesity, a problem Sundin hopes to end by joining with U of T’s Fraser Mustard Institute for Human Development.
Read the full article.
It was also covered in the Toronto Star:
Maple Leafs great Mats Sundin joins fight against childhood obesity
Wed. April 10
Portlands Public Update Meeting
7:00 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Riverdale Collegiate Institute Auditorium
1094 Gerrard Street East
You’re invited to an update on the projects happening in the Portlands, including the next stage of work for the Portlands Acceleration Initiative (?), the TTC plans for the new Ashbridge’s Bay streetcar yard, now called Leslie Barns, Tommy Thompson Park (Leslie Spit) improvements and an update on soil recycling.
More info about the waterfront plans:
Waterfront Toronto website
Toronto Region Watersheds Get a “D” Grade in New Watershed Report Cards
Says this news release from the Toronto and Region Conservation authority.
And see these articles about the meeting at S.H. Armstrong on the TTC’s plans for Leslie Street:
TTC consults on Leslie Barns track construction
by Andrew Hudson • April 2, 2013 • Beach Metro Community News
Beach residents are voicing traffic concerns a month before construction crews start closing parts of Leslie St. to install the new streetcar tracks that will link the Leslie Barns storehouse on Commissioners St. with Queen St. E.
About 100 residents gathered at tables set with maps and comment forms for a meeting hosted March 27 by the Toronto Transit Comission in the S.H. Armstrong Recreation Centre.
Read the full article.
Residents have say at meeting on new Leslie Street streetcar line
by Daniela Piteo • April 4, 2013 • Beach Mirror
Concerned residents and business owners gathered at S.H. Armstrong Community Recreation Centre to discuss the impact construction of a new streetcar line and light rail facility will have on traffic flow on the Leslie Street corridor between Queen and Commissioners streets, south of Lake Shore Boulevard. Full article