If you are a Torontonian or you regularly visit the 416, this news shouldn’t come as a surprise to you. Research firm Expert Marketing recently conducted the survey and ranked Toronto #1 as worst commute in North America.
The staggering wait times and delays on public transit with mounting traffic and congestion continues to worsen over the years. Gladys Larbie and Team Larbie is currently reaching out to fellow commuters in the 416 on how travel times in the city has affected their transportation to and from destinations and their overall life. We will be posting our recommendations on the website soon.
To read the full article posted on BlogTO, click on this link.
Team Gladys will be on hand on April 21 to help clean up Moss Park! This community event will be running from 10:00am-11:30am. You can register by going to the Event Brite page by clicking here.
Gloves and other cleaning aids will be provided. Invite your family and friends to help out as well. For more information, visit the Facebook Events Page by clicking here.
We hope to see you there!
The Metropolitan United Church (56 Queen St E) will be hosting a Multi-faith Service on Saturday February 12, 2018 to honor Selim Esen, Andrew Kinsman, Majeed Kayhan, Soroush Mahmudi and Dean Lisowick. We pay tribute to these men and honour their lives for they have had their time on earth here cut short.
Join us to lament in community at the Multifaith vigil for the Five murdered men. Together we push back the night when we light one candle. All our welcome.
For further information please contact the Rev Dr John Joseph Mastandrea firstname.lastname@example.org. 4168096044
Today, Bell Canada will be donating $0.05 for each Bell SnapChat filter, text message, FaceBook post, and Tweet with the hashtag #bellletstalk to mental health initiatives. Let’s do our part and talk about mental health initiatives.
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I am relief to know that justice will be served for the two community members that have been missing since 2017. Our community has worked tirelessly in search of our community members, and provided countless tips to Toronto Police. Toronto Police have arrested and charged 66-year-old Bruce McArthur with connection to the disappearances of Andrew Kinsman and Selim Esen. More information on this story can be found in the Toronto Star here.