Archive for April, 2012

Don't know if they know it but Burrito Boyz restaurants have opened up a location in industrial deja vu land

Burrito Boyz – 21 Jutland Rd, Is one great ace to eat as r the other stores in this mini change,

What’s great about this location is the ease of parking and it’s right in the middle of a dusty heavy and medium intense industrial area.

Consumers glass plant on Kipling Ave converted to movie studio

Razor added along with conversion.

The site which is quite large us seeing a lot of upgrades to the buildings that where part of the glass manufactory.

So glad these wondering buildings were not destroyed for condos.

Home depot is having a contractor day on Apr 25

Indie Ale House sign up

Another exciting morning on Mc Murray Ave in the Junction as city water contractor cracks open water main

While working on the water supply to Regeneration House the city contractor croaked a water main on Mc Murray Ave, just south of Vine Av.

Water will be off on the Ave for a hour or so starting about 9am as they patch the pipe.

Location:McMurray Ave,Toronto,Canada

3026 Dundas Street W. The frothing coming Gabby's restaurant has a series of permits to construct the restaurant.

The former Relax Shack Bed & Bath at 3026 Dundas Street W. which is to become a Gabbys restaurant, now has a number of building permits for plumbing, mechanical and building alterations.

Location:McMurray Ave,Toronto,Canada

The banquette seat …The Good Neighbour Espresso Bar

The Good Neighbour Espresso Bar has installed a banquette seat along the east wall.

Wonderful, although this blog thinks it may soon be flanked by tables and chairs.

But in the intern we should be able to see how many situational artists and flaneurs there are in the community as they incredibly attracted to such seats And the wide view of life passing by.

So you now probably how happy this blog is that they have built an exterior banquette.

See it at 238 Annette St in the
The Junction

Community clean up day in the Junction

Saturday April 21 9am-12pm.

The hub as usual every year will be at the Green P parking lot, off Pacific and Medland Ave. Usually the organizing group sets by the stone on Pacific Ave.

Garbage bags and gloves are supplied.

Donkey Day, annual open house,Sunday, June 10 at the Donkey Sanctuary of Canada

A great day out for adults and kids, about one hours drive from the Junction.

Image from The Donkey Sanctuary of Canada site as are all images in this post. Click on the donkey to visit their site

From 11 am to 4 pm. Donkey Day, annual open house, Sunday, June 10 at the  Donkey Sanctuary of Canada


About the The Donkey Sanctuary of Canada. Or, why donkeys?

Since 1992, The Donkey Sanctuary of Canada has been a refuge for donkeys, mules and hinnies who have been neglected or abused, or who can no longer be cared for by their owners. The Sanctuary rescues the donkey with hooves so long it lives in constant pain and cannot walk. It saves a terrified mule shivering in a pen in a slaughterhouse. It offers a home to a much-loved donkey whose aging owners can no longer provide adequte care. At the Sanctuary, the animals are provided a welcome and often life-saving peaceful haven after years of suffering and neglect.



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Butcher by Nature grand reopening April 29th a Sunday

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