Check out the Preserved Stories blog for an update on the challenges our community has been facing with aggressive development. This post features a recent email from Jennifer Keesmaat, Chief Planner & Executive Director, City Planning Division, City of Toronto to David Godley of Long… Read More
Ward 6 Councillor Mark Grimes and the City planning group held a public meeting last night at the Assembly Hall to address the growing frustration of Long Branch residents who have been coping with an explosion of applications from developers to chop up 50 foot… Read More
Twenty Seventh Street is in Toronto, or at least it has been since 1998 when the former City of Etobicoke and other municipalities were amalgamated into the greater City. Anyone around here would never say Etobicoke though, but rather South Etobicoke. Some people would call… Read More
I’ve been pretty much cooped up in the house since I messed up my ankle on March 9. Today, Tuffy P suggested it was high time I got myself cleaned up, so I hobbled out of the house and into the Tuffy-mobile and was promptly… Read More
At 7:30 this morning, the heavy equipment rolled up and started to bash down the house at 2 Twenty Seventh, across the street and a little south of our place. This house has been empty for quite some time. The property was bought by someone… Read More
Charles A. Williams took this photo in Long Branch Ontario when he was 18 years old in 1915. 100 years has passed since these 9 folks posed for the photo. If anyone knows the exact location of the old site of the Long Branch Theatorium,… Read More
Jack Shadbolt taking stock of the day ahead in Long Branch from a downy blanket.
Snowy weekend on the way for Long Branch! Memphis checks in for some snow-cone fun!