i don't. maybe someone will recognize the display and tell us?Mmm, pie ... So do we know where this is?
Tonight's the big night, folks!…when Doug Ford finally learns the true cost of his little vanity project.
nice find kat! maybe others knew, but something i didn't know before...no I made the same mistake in 2013. they aren't rentals, they are condos. Of course, there can be leasing of units going on within, but it's not a 'rental building' per se.
someone has gone to the trouble of creating an extremely detailed history of 320-340 Dixon on this website:
http://condomadness.info/YCC42-Dixon-City.htmlthe six condominium buildings on Dixon Road were targeted by the City of Etobicoke.
City officials need housing for the large influx of Somali refugees so they contacted all the condo owners who were renting their units for approximately $900 a month and promised them $1200 a month f they would rent to the Somalis refugees. An added sweetener was that the owners would receive their rent money directly from the city so the monthly rent payments were guaranteed.
The owners dumped their existing tenants as quickly as they could to make room for the refugees. A large number of Somalians moving into these three condominium buildings. This immediate area, named Dixon City, provided a sense of community for the Somali immigrants.
They did not mix well with the established owner-residents who resented their presence.
the only pic of her that i've been able to find so far is...It's just inside Ward 2, which was previously Rexdale-Thistletown and the Metro councillor around 1991 was ... Lois Griffin.
http://condomadness.info/YCC42-SSG.htmlOn the 24 July 2013, Special Security Services Group Inc. gave notice that they were terminating their contract with YCC #42 effective the end of the month. This is the second security company within a year that withdrew their services rather than work for the present board of directors.
Among the reasons given were:
• A lack of appreciation of the work the security officers have performed.
•Constant harassment by board members, particularly Shah Jahan Khan.
• Lack of sufficient resources to do the job, particularly having no one monitoring the CCTV cameras.
• The board's refusing to pay for 24-hour security coverage allows the hoodlums to damage the video camera systems among other acts of vandalism.
The large police raid on the morning of 13 June 2013 resulted in the arrest of the gang’s leadership but approximately 25 gang members still live in the complex’s three buildings.
i think that's di paolo's bmw behind him.
http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/rcmp-in-ruins/It was billed as a major drug bust, significant enough to put a crimp into southern Ontario's cocaine trade. A seven-month undercover sting that culminated in the July 2005 seizure of two kilos of coke, $144,000 in cash, a silencer-equipped .22-calibre pistol, and the arrest of four men alleged to have ties to the Hells Angels, Persian mob, and, as the press release put it, "traditional" organized crime.
But this past Sept. 27, the accused - Trifu Margan, David Lawrence, Randy Singh, and supposed kingpin Sharame (Sean) Sherzady - walked out of a Burlington courthouse scot-free, without ever having to answer the charges. After months of delays, the Crown withdrew the case on the day their preliminary hearings were scheduled to begin because the chief witnesses - five RCMP officers who were at the centre of the investigation - were unavailable to testify. "Officers Claim Illness, Drug Charges Dropped," said the headline in a local paper. The prosecutor and various police agencies - the bust was the work of the elite Golden Horseshoe Combined Special Forces Enforcement Unit (CSFEU) - expressed disappointment. But no one seemed willing to address the reasons a bunch of battle-tested cops have been off the job on stress leave for close to 20 months, or ask why the Mounties appeared willing to let four accused mobsters walk rather than fix the problem.