Here we are, a few weeks away from a final decision on the future of Lorne Ave Public School by our elected Trustees and I'm perplexed by the apparent lack of progress on "solving the problem" at the school. The problem, you will remember, is several hundred empty seats in the school, at least by … Continue reading What’s the Hold-up With Lorne Ave Public School?
Much ado has been made recently about the level of political discourse in this city, and there is some justification for this. In our wired world where everyone has a platform and the opportunity to speak at will and anonymously, we shouldn’t be surprised that public discourse is often banal, sometimes just plain stupid and … Continue reading October 25 Was a Long Time Ago. It’s Time to Move On!
As part of the Strengthening Neighbourhoods Strategy underway in the city, neighbourhoods were invited to apply for funding from the City of London to assist in developing local Walk to Shop initiatives. The Old East Village Community Association, in partnership with the Old East Village Business Improvement Area, is one of three successful applicants. Our … Continue reading Walk to Shop in Old East Village