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Icelandic tourism Pledge, real neat!



The Icelandic Pledge is designed to promote responsible tourism. The campaign encourages people to pledge to not risking life and limb in the pursuit of a good photo and not answering the call of nature on nature, among other things. In recent years as tourist numbers have grown, there have been a considerable number of reports about tourists inadvertently putting themselves in danger in Iceland, whether in traffic or even while admiring nature. Minister of Tourism Þórdís Kolbrún Reykfjörð Gylfadóttir is therefore confident that the campaign will give tourists pause for thought.

After taking the pledge, you can then register your details and have the chance of winning an all-inclusive trip to Iceland. http://icelandreview.com/ article

A Tim Hortons on the Danforth, at night

LEAF to give Junction Tree tours Saturday, 2:00pm and 4:00pm start times, and photo of this blogs fav Junction tree.

 

below photos of the blogs fav Junction tree, located at the bottom of Symes Rd.

In Hamilton for the next couple of days, you know of any interesting building…

Pls email and I  will go and photo and post them.

Any new art too.

thejunctioneer@gmail.com

In Regent Park this weekend Canada 360 for the 150

LEAF to give Junction Tree tours Saturday, 2:00pm and 4:00pm start times

This Saturday join us in the Junction for a Tree Tour – 2:00pm and 4:00pm start times!

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RAIL HERITAGE IN THE JUNCTION TRIANGLE

RAIL HERITAGE IN THE JUNCTION TRIANGLE, Saturday, July 8 @ 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Join Heritage Toronto, Councillor Ana Bailão, and the Friends of the West Toronto Railpath for the…

presentation of two plaques on rail heritage in the Junction Triangle.

1, Wallace Street Footbridge

2, West Toronto Railway Diamonds

.One of the plaques focuses on a beloved, and newly renovated neighbourhood landmark: the Wallace Street Footbridge. The other tells the history of the West Toronto Railway Diamonds and one of the busiest industrial crossroad in Toronto.

The plaque presentation will be followed by a 60-min walking tour of the West Toronto Railpath past and future, led by Councillor Ana Bailão and Scott Dobson.

The tour will highlight the following sites and projects:

♣ The George Chuvalo Community Centre
♣ 362 Wallace Plaza
♣ The Railpath Mural Project at the Wallace Station Lofts and the Red Cross building
♣ and the Sterling Project

Meet at the West Toronto Railpath, Cariboo Avenue entrance (25 Cariboo Avenue Toronto, ON M6P 3T7) at 11:00 am on Saturday, July 8, 2017

Admission is free but you need to RSVP
( http://wtjhs.us11.list-manage2.com/track/click?u=3c6bb16400c5a35d47978efa9&id=05e66b4127&e=463ce6b4ad )

WTJHS at the CANADA DAY PICNIC in High Park.

WTJHS at the CANADA DAY PICNIC in High Park.

JOIN ARIF VIRANI, MPP FOR PARKDATE HIGH PARK in High Park to celebrate Canada 150.

The WTJHS will host a community table in the area to the right of the Bloor Street entrance. Looking for volunteers to help staff the community table from 10:30 am to 1:00 pm.
If you are interested in volunteering at the WTJHS Community Table please send an e-mail to the Society at junctionhistorical@gmail.com. Please title your e-mail – Canada Day Picnic in High Park. Please include your name and phone numbers.

2753 DUNDAS STREET WEST, the only two story round facade of history left in the Junction

One of the most beautiful buildings in the Junction.

 

Junction Summer Solstice Festival

 

Larger residential housing in the Junction.

Walking around the Junction you can see that small groups of houses were built at the same time, by the same builder, with a 17 foot lot witth. then there are a few houses with a greater lot and building with, a few of them look like this building.

Sorauren Park News: First Outdoor Movie Saturday, June 24

WTJHS and Junction Heritage Conservation, at the Summer Solstice Festival

Summer Solstice Festival Saturday June 24, 2017 from noon to midnight

The WTJHS and Junction Heritage Conservation will be participating in the Summer Solstice Festival and will have a booth/display at the High Park Plaza Zone (High Park Ave and Dundas St W).

“Last Call Before the Junction Goes Dry” The Night They Closed the Bars and Other Spectacular Events in West Toronto. Neil Ross will lead two walks at 3:00 pm and 5:00 pm, departing from the WTJHS and Junction Heritage Conservation table. Sponsored by the Junction BIA

We are looking for volunteers who would like to join other WTJHS members at the Festival. There are volunteer opportunities for the set-up/take-down of the booth and staffing the booth. If you are interested in volunteering at the Festival please send an e-mail to the Society at junctionhistorical@gmail.com. Please title your e-mail – Summer Solstice Festival Volunteer. Please include your name and phone numbers

Michael Menegon’s CD Release for I Just Live Here, at the Junction Music Hall. July 6th, (long time creative director of the Junction Arts Festival)

Micheal does not do things without gusto and thought, this release events and the music are sure to worth checking out.

 

Disclaimer, this blog writer has worked with Micheal while on the board of the Junction Arts Festival. Sometimes we agreed, sometimes we didn’t.

 

update, with the 1st post this post I forgot to complete the word without., sorry

City reviewing permit fees and the design for sidewalk cafes, info meeting.

The City of Toronto is reviewing permit fees and the design for sidewalk cafes and marketing. Join us for the final public event to view information, speak with City staff and provide feedback.

Date & Time: Tuesday June 20, 2017 from 6:30p.m. to 8:30p.m. Location: North York Civic Centre, Council Chambers, 5100 Yonge Street

All information materials are posted online at this weblink:

http://www1.toronto.ca/wps/portal/contentonly?vgnextoid=274fc4a3508f9410VgnVCM10000071d60f89RCRD

An online feedback form is also be provided for collecting opinions and comments at this weblink: http://cityoftoronto.fluidsurveys.com/surveys/swalker/sidewalk-cafes-marketing-displays-feedback-form/

Questions about the review? Contact Janet Lo at 416-397-4853 or janet.lo@toronto.ca Information at the public event and online will be collected in accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. With the exception of personal information, all comments will become part of the public record.