Friday Jul. 28, 2017

Community Notes

Community Notes: annoucements, notices, happenings, events and news releases from various individuals, organizations, groups and media outlets.
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Kleinburg - Signe Kirsten McMichael (nee Sorensen), the co-founder of the McMichael Canadian Art Collection passed away at Toronto East General Hospital in Ontario on 4 July 2007Signe McMichael will forever be remembered as one of this country’s strongest advocates for Canadian art and artists.
Toronto - The Ontario Science Centre is hoping to uncover even more mysteries of the journey aboard the Titanic by seeking out Ontario residents with links to the passengers or crew members. Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition opened at the Ontario Science Centre on June 2nd.
Toronto - On August 6, 2007 at 6:30 to 9:00 pm, Toronto City Hall's Peace Garden (Nathan Phillips Square), the Toronto Hiroshima Day Coalition is pleased to present "Paths to Hope".
Toronto - Today Habitat for Humanity Canada formally launched its partnership with the Duracell Fire Safety Campaign.  The Duracell Fire Safety Campaign will provide Fire Safety Kits to 100 Canadian families moving into Habitat for Humanity homes this year.

Bringing Nature Close to Home

Toronto - Toronto and Region Conservation (TRCA) is helping landowners on the Oak Ridges Moraine care for nature right at home through a variety of private land programs including the Caring for the Moraine Project.
Toronto - On Thursday, September 27, 2007, at 8:30 a.m., members of the Law Enforcement community will kick off the National Peace Officers’ Memorial Run on the grounds of the Ontario Police Memorial at QueensPark in Toronto.
Toronto - Cyclo-cross is an exciting, fast-paced combination of road racing, mountain biking and cross country running.  It is a sport for riders of any age, gender or skill level.  It’s also one of the fastest-growing international sports throughout Europe and North America.
Toronto - COSTI’s Centre for Internationally Trained Professionals & Tradespeople will hold its Annual Networking Event on Wednesday, December 5, 2007, to recognize the accomplishments of over 100 internationally trained professionals who have completed the program and have now found employment in their field of training.
Toronto - The Big Ski turns 10 on February 28th 2008! Join Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Toronto (BBBST) on the slopes at Caledon Ski Club to celebrate 10 years of skiing, snowboarding, races, family activities, auctions, raffles and more! Funds raised will go towards BBBST.

Bowl for a BIG Cause

Toronto - On Saturday, February 16th Toronto will be bowling for a BIG cause at the 2008 Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Toronto’s Bowl For Kids Sake Community Day. This year for the first time, thanks to the generosity of Nintendo, bowlers can play with the classic bowling ball or go virtual with Nintendo’s Wii!.

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