Author Archives: Bulletin Editor

Cabbagetown BIA launches mural vote 2018

After the incredible success of our “Welcome To Cabbagetown Mural” on the side of the LCBO at Winchester and Parliament in 2016, Cabbagetown BIA is excited to bring Toronto’s historic Cabbagetown another mural thanks to a grant from the City ...

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How Animal Reiki revitalized Daisy

Daisy, our 11-year-old black-grey-white mixed-breed dog (aka mutt) whom we rescued from the Toronto Humane Society pound almost that many years ago, was suddenly limping and spiritless. As anyone who sees her regularly (or even spasmodically) in the St. Lawrence ...

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How can love cover sin?

Explain the Proverb, “Hatred stirs up strife, but love covers all sins.” “While I was eating lunch with my friends, one of them told another he was fat,” says Connor, age 7. “The word ‘fat’ upset my friend and me.” ...

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Refugee claimants flooding Toronto facilities

The City of Toronto’s Office of Emergency Management has activated its Contingency Plan for Emergency Social Services to temporarily house the increasing numbers of refugee claimants arriving in Toronto. On May 24, the City will begin temporarily housing refugee claimants ...

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