Author Archives: Eric Morse

Eric Morse is a former Canadian diplomat now resident in Upper Lower Middle Cabbagetown. He writes on foreign and military affairs in the Canadian media and gives lectures to the Royal Canadian Military Institute on Roman affairs, on which he has written a collection of essays, Roman Spaces'. He has exhibited his photography in various Cabbagetown and Corktown venues.

Final CityPlace towers under way

On May 17, at a gala luncheon atop the CN Tower attended by a glitzy crowd of about 160 top-end Toronto real estate agents, developer Concord Adex unveiled Concord Canada House, the final piece of the CityPlace development on the ...

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Corktown needs its noisy TTC track

A meeting between Corktown and Distillery District residents and TTC officials held Nov. 16 to discuss streetcar noise issues on the Distillery Loop end of the new Route 514 inaugurated June 19, demonstrated, if nothing else, that the views of ...

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CRBA agenda hijacked by streetcar problems

A local streetcar crisis overshadowed the agenda at the Corktown Residents’ and Business Association (CRBA) monthly meeting Nov. 1. Partway through the question period, Jason Mednick—a resident of the King/Sumach area (who would not disclose his name to The Bulletin ...

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Seen: Evening at the Market

The 2016 Evening at the Market gala drew a happy throng of 1500 people from all over Toronto, who sampled the very best of the wares of the 120 participating vendors. Proceeds from this year’s event went to Second Harvest.—E.M.

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Seen: Mad About Margaret’s gala

On October 21, Margaret’s on Broadview held its fifth annual gala fundraiser at Daniels Spectrum. Margaret’s is a charity which operates a home and programmes for homeless women suffering from long-term mental disabilities, providing them a safe and caring environment. ...

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Seen: Simpsons staff last hurrah

When a military regiment is disbanded, its Colours are said to be ‘laid up’, formally, in a church or other solemn repository. Its veterans continue to meet and remember over the years, in dwindling numbers, until a time comes when ...

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Seen: St James Town Festival

On Aug 27, St James Town held its annual festival on a sunny and warm afternoon with local performers in the central green space at the top of Ontario St. The Bulletin’s intrepid photographer was unable to resist the culinary ...

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