Among other services, Weston King Neighbourhood Centre serves and helps people in the community who are coping with economic or social barriers. In this regard, WKNC provides housing support, harm reduction, hygiene wellness and counselling. Part of the WKNC vision is to have everyone (clients and community members) serve as a volunteer. Currently, they are looking for people to serve in the following roles:
WKNC provides clients with breakfast and lunch every day except Sundays and is looking for donations of plates, cups and cutlery.
Phone WKNC at (416) 572-0203 for more details.
This one was very tough and stumped our readers. The additional clue was, “Please don’t sue on the grounds that it’s too hard a puzzle.”
We seem to have calibrated the series.
The photo is of part of a wooden boardwalk at Suon College on Queenslea Avenue.
TRCA Project Coordinator, Courtney Rennie was true to his word (see yesterday’s post). As of Tuesday August 15, the south end of the Cruickshank Park trail is open and workers are beginning to remove the fencing.
No doubt work will eventually begin on replacing the path which has taken a beating all the way down to Raymore Park thanks to various construction projects, the last of which (sewer re-lining) should be winding down soon.
Here’s the latest in the ‘Where in Weston’ series. Can you identify this location?
If you think you know where this is, write your guess in the comments section. The answer will be published tomorrow.
Update: Hint – Please don’t sue on the grounds that it’s too hard a puzzle.
Cruickshank Park has undergone two recent periods of construction. The first, in 2013 was to extend the Pan Am Path from the north end of the park to Mallaby Park at Weston Road and St Phillips.
The most recent was to do extensive erosion control work on the Etobicoke side. The Humber River was beginning to chew at a Scarlett Road co-op apartment’s playground and would have eventually threatened the whole site. Access for the work was through the Lawrence parking lot and this meant that for all but the most determined, the Pan Am Path northwards to Mallaby was closed.
A staging area and bridge to the affected bank on the far side were constructed to expedite access.
Toronto and Region Conservation Area Project manager, Courtney Rennie tells me that, “I anticipate opening the trail as early as next week, including removal of the temporary fast fencing around the project limits. There may be intermittent closures of the trail for terraseeding and restoration plantings, however that will only be for a few hours at a time while staff are on site.”
Where is this in Weston?