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This is my favourite time of year. Maybe it’s the cooler weather or the trees changing colour, or maybe it’s the start of a more reflective season. Either way, I do love the Fall.
I’d like to take this opportunity to congratulate James Maloney on being re-elected as Member of Parliament for Etobicoke-Lakeshore. I’ve said this many times before, he’s the right person for the job so I’m very happy to see him get re-elected.
I’d also like to thank Derek Stockley of Humber College’s Lakeshore Campus for his years of service as Principal and for his ongoing editorial column. Derek’s moving on to a new role at the College and I’d like to welcome Humber Lakeshore’s new Principal, June MacDonald-Jenkins.
This month, we’re highlighting some great, LOCAL places to eat and drink in our Annual Food & Drink edition.
Featured on our cover is everyone’s favourite little Irish Pub, T.J. O’Shea’s. They’re launching a brand new Comfort Food menu and we’re happy to highlight it for you. Well, at least the existence thereof. You’ll have to visit them to get the skinny on their full menu. I have a feeling it’ll be worth it.
We’ve also featured an article by Lionel Doe, a South Etobicoke resident and lead singer of the band, So Dirty The Flamingos, who went underground to record a new album during the pandemic. It’s a great read. You can find it on page 7.
With that, I hope you enjoy this edition and, as always, thank you very much for reading!
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