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Archive for July 2017

[TPS] – Rush-hour route enforcement campaign, Monday, July 31, 2017 to Friday, August 4, 201

Toronto Police Service News Release Rush-hour route enforcement campaign, Monday, July 31, 2017, to Friday, August 4, 2017 Sunday, July 30, 2017 – 4:29 PM Parking Enforcement 416-808-6600 The enforcement of the city’s rush-hour routes and other traffic and parking offenses continues to be a priority for the Toronto Police Service. The TPS will be launching a heightened rush-hour route enforcement campaign with a focus on traffic congestion and gridlock within the […]

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Shea Butter Market

Can’t See This Message? View in a browser       WELCOME ! to the launch of our MONTHLY NEWSLETTER It is my joy and passion to share this wonderful gift of Shea Butter with all of you.   We look forward to regularly updating our website & offering promotions & sales offers to our Shea Butter Market friends & supporters.   Gifty Serbeh-Dunn (Shea Butter Market Founder) ABOUT GIFTY>>     ONLINE STOREWIDE SALE – […]

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For immediate release

It seems that unprovoked attacks are becoming the norm – so that once again Black Mothers fear for their son’s lives. A young black man -Defonte Miller-out with his friends was beaten viciously and severely injured by two white adults. The attack raises the spectre of behaviours that most of us thought were confined to the US South prior to the Selma marches. Young Defonte Miller is lucky to have […]

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[TPS] – Statement by Chief Mark Saunders

Toronto Police Service News Release Statement by Chief Mark Saunders Thursday, July 27, 2017 – 2:29 PM Corporate Communications 416-808-7100 I want to address the events of December 28, 2016 and the case of Mr. Dafonte Miller. As Chief of Police, it is my responsibility to ensure that transparency and trust are at the forefront of everything we do as a Service. I would like to make the public aware of a […]

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Happy Aunts’ and Uncles’ Day!

Let’s celebrate this interesting and innovative article today from the Toronto Star. I encourage the Star to do the same story about uncles. So, a Professional Uncle No Kids would be a PUNK. Punk music can be rather good. Photo Courtesy of Carol Fay Clarke My Volkswagen Golf is the idea of my eldest niece! When she was three years old, she asked me why I did not have […]

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Aries ( 21 March – 19 April ) – New beginnings, new relationships, business endeavors, friendships, and creative projects are on fire for you. You have the power to bring them to fruition if you so choose, and bring those you find intriguing along for the ride. Finances, in general, look good. If you have been working on making extra money or a solo business you will make progress.   Manifestation […]

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Gender Knowledge Questions & Answers

Have you ever wondered why some women hate men? Why some men hate women? Why women are so obsessed with their hair? Why some men are so obsessed with sex? What are the signs that a man likes you? What are the signs that a woman likes you? What are some of the sexual diseases that you should be aware of in order to stay healthy? What is safe sex? […]

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A Different Booklist Cultural Centre – Upcoming July Events

Can’t see images? Click here… UPCOMING JULY EVENTS Blackhurst Gallery Exhibition THE ART OF CARNIVAL “THE ART OF CARNIVAL”, is the first annual Art exhibition presented by the Festival Management Committee of Peeks Toronto Caribbean Carnival, celebrating 50 years of Carnival in the City of Toronto. This is a unique opportunity to view artwork by Kenrick Ayow, Rosslyn Berot-Burns, Daryl Chang, Georgia Fullerton, Ian Grant and Jennylynd James, all artists of Caribbean […]

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