Lawrence Park Toronto News Update For May 31 – June 13

John Manneh June 16, 2014

Here is your Lawrence Park Toronto news update for May 31 – June 13. Visit our site regularly if you would like more Lawrence Park Toronto community updates.  You can also find real estate tips on our website blog at


 Hear from North Toronto Residents

imageNorth Toronto locals were asked the question “Is there an issue that is making you determined to get out and vote in this provincial election?” Click here to see what they had to say.


 Trustee contestants ramp up election bid

image-2With current Ward 8 trustee Howard Goodman announcing he won’t be seeking re-election, attention turns to those who have joined the race to be the next local rep.

And for Jennifer Arp and Aaron Grinhaus, the two candidates who are running as of May 23 (editor’s note: Claudia Webb registered to run for election, May 28), there are a lot of similarities: both are 35 years old, both run home-based businesses, both are parents of elementary school children, and both think they’re the right person for the job. Click here to read more.



 Former football, hockey coach heralded as a mentor

image-3Lawrence Park Collegiate has lost one of its former sports leaders. 58 year old Kenneth Dirk Schaap died quietly May 10 at his home in Perkinsfield, on Georgian Bay, southwest of Penetanguishene. Click here to read more.



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