I'm involved in creating the new Our Lakeshore site. If you have any questions about the site or would like to know how to do something please feel free to ask me, either through a comment below or message just to me. You can also check out our FAQ.
Enjoy the site and contribute anything you think would be useful for others to know about our lakeshore.
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…"
"Hi Brian, that is a tough question.
If you could link it to a facebook page, we seem to have an active facebook community. We faced a similar question ourselves and I wanted to share this on your site.…"
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to run the site at this point so it's not a big deal to keep it up, but to me as a technology person, this web site is out of date.I have seen a few issues that have come up in the neighbourhood recently that didn't really get any traction on this site, but were debated extensively on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
Toronto, ON, (May 20, 2015) The Parent Board at the New Toronto Co-operative Nursery School is thrilled to announce that Jennifer Schmelter and Kylah Connolly have respectively been offered the new Supervisor and Teaching Assistant positions for the 2015/16 school year. These roles have been held by long time NTCNS early educators Sue O’Neill and Pat Stanley. With over 50 years of combined experience at the school, they have crafted a program that creates a fun, warm and caring environment…See More
thank you for placing our office on your top tep list. It's best award when it comes from a happy client. We will gladly create our own profile on "ourlakeshore" (with a little help offered :)).
Thank you for the welcome, Brian! I will happily add more when I get out to the park again.
As you can tell, I love birds and nature and Col. Sam Smith Park provides an incredible habitat for a variety of birds and other wild life. I look forward to being in "the know" about our community and its events.
If you thought it would be of interest I´d be more than happy to write up an article about where my studio space is. I´m renting in the Water Tower art studios at 22nd and Whitlam. Its a new group of art studios that have recently been opened. At the end of the month the building is almost at capacity with 11 artists and craftspeople. Let me know if you´d like a longer post with photos and where it should be posted. thanks, Peter