Toronto Lawrence Park News For March 22 – April 4

John Manneh April 11, 2014

Here is your Toronto Lawrence Park News for March 22 – April 4. Visit our site regularly if you would like more Lawrence Park Toronto community updates. You can also find real estate tips on your blog at www.calljohnandlaura.com.


Lawrence Park Seniors Defeat Northern Red KNights – First Time Since 1982LP

Lawrence Park’s senior football team had a historic 22-18 victory over the Northern Red Knights on Friday afternoon.

 


 

Injury behind push for concussion program

image-3Lawrence Park resident Ally Haggart has gone from high school snowboarding champ to a champion of concussion awareness. She suffered a concussion in January 2012 and she experienced first hand its debilitating effects. Click here to read more.


Havergal swimmers talk of friendships and OFSAA

image-4For Havergal College’s swim team, OFSAA in Brantford on March 3-4 was a chance for all 21 girls from the senior school to connect. Click here to read more.

 


Changes aim to make citizenship process fair

40,000 immigrants live in the Eglinton-Lawrence area, and this number continues to grow. Canada is largely build on immigration, yet Canadian citizenship is not an easy task. Click here to read more.

 


Lawrence Heights funding not lost

image-5It was left off the new list of priority neighbourhoods released on March 10, but Lawrence Heights will not be losing any of its city-backed programming. Click here to read more.

 


Colle making a bid for new term in Ward 15

image-6Ward 15 councillor Josh Colle is seeking a second term, having filed nomination papers on March 27.. Colle would like to see projects such as the revitalization of Lawrence Heights, the redevelopment of parks along Bathurst Street and a Dufferin Street revitalization study through to completion. Click here to read more.

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