Our Lakeshore is a volunteer initiative by residents for residents in Etobicoke Lakeshore. This website is based on what the community told us they want in a website. Use it to hold a public conversation about where we live, work, shop and play. Read More
The Lakeshore Grounds represent many different histories: indigenous, educational, environmental, and psychiatric. Join us for an historic storytelling tour and "see" the area with fresh eyes. Part of the Myseum Intersections Festival.See More
secrets of an ever changing landscape, the tunnel exhibition is a one day pop-up art show featuring the work of Gary Blundell and Victoria Ward in the tunnels that run underneath Humber's Lakeshore campus. The collection has been inspired and informed particularly by the local history of the Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital. For more information, please contact email@example.comDate: Saturday, February 25Time: 11am - 5pmLocation: Enter through G Building on Humber's Lakeshore campusFREESee More
December 2, 2016 at 8pm to December 4, 2016 at 5pm
"Wouldn't it be great if this production could be the next Nutcracker?" This is a sentiment that has prevailed since the ballet's inception and based on a few years of packed theaters and sold out shows, the answer is a resounding YES, this COULD be OUR very own Nutcracker, reflecting the Canadian cultural identity.Since its inception in 2002, Soulful has become an annual must-see event welcoming the spirit of peace and joy, and heralding the start of the holiday season. We look forward to…See More
October 25, 2016 at 6pm to November 1, 2016 at 8:30pm
You're invited to bring your Jack-O-lantern and light up Mimico Square and Amos Waites Park. Please bring your own candles and volunteers will help light the Jack-O-Lanterns. Leave no pumpkin behind, your neighbour can't come, bring their pumpkin down to the square and help us reach our target of 1000 pumpkins! Find us on Facebook at Mimico Pumpkin Parade! See More
A large 226 unit townhouse development has been proposed at 225 Birmingham Street, between Twelfth and Fourteenth St. The proposal also includes extending Twelfth St to Birmingham St. City Planning is hosting a community meeting on Wednesday, September 28th at 6:30pm at the Assembly Hall. This is an opportunity for the community to voice their opinions on this proposal.The City Planner for this application is Cynthia Owusu-Gyimah, tel: (416) 394-2608, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.See More
Join Etobicoke's cultural organization for a fun-filled, family event ! On Saturday , September 10th, 2016 come join us for our Open House at 101 Portland Street , South of the Queensway , off Royal York. From 12:00pm -3:00pm , come meet our team, register for classes and enjoy free African-Caribbean Dance and Drum workshops.See More
Oak Learners Mindfulness Programs are designed around you and your family, we teach children and adults alike how to quiet their mind, be in the present moment and heal from the inside out. We believe that everyone has the potential to manifest their own goals through mindfulness practice.Our centre has developed both individual and group sessions for all ages to learn about meditation, energy, and focus. Our programs include Mindfulness, Yoga Fun, Reiki, Energy work, Nutrition, Mentoring and…See More
Thank you. That video is a sweet way to let us all know about what is sad news to us, but I'm sure its not a decision made lightly. You, Lootman and your store will definitely feature high in our children's childhood memories…"
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Hello everyone,I noticed the other day that I hadn't been to Ourlakeshore.net in a long time. I see that there is still some moderate use, but I wonder if its time to move on.It's not a lot of work or cost to run the site at this point so it's not a big deal to keep it up, but to me as a technology person, this web site is out of date.I have seen a few issues that have come up in the neighbourhood recently that didn't really get any traction on this site, but were debated extensively on other…See More
Hi,We have been renting a house in the New Toronto area since Sept 2014, and, sadly (for us), the owner is moving back in. Does anyone here know of a (whole) house available to rent starting March 31st (or earlier)? We are 2 adults, 2 cats, non-smokers, no children. Mimico, New Toronto, Long Branch and Alderwood are all good.ThanksSee More