Beaches Living - Your Source to Toronto Beaches Neighbourhood
ENJOY THE SUMMER TO ITS FULLEST!
Cooling Off At One Of The Beaches Or Outdoor Swimming Pools
Six swimming beaches are now open:
Lifeguards will supervise each location daily: 11:30am - 6:30pm * Woodbine Beach (Blue Flag)
* Kew-Balmy Beach (Blue Flag)
* Cherry/Clarke Beach (Blue Flag)
* Bluffers Park Beach (Blue Flag)
* Marie Curtis Park East Beach * Sunnyside Beach Four swimming beaches on the island are now open: * Centre Island Beach * Gibraltar Point Beach * Hanlans Point Beach * Wards Island Beach For all Toronto beaches operation status and water quality updates, visit Toronto-Beaches
City of Toronto Outdoor Pools
Now open daily from 11am to 8pm. Pools are operating at 25 per cent capacity over 45 minute intervals. Swimmers are allowed into the pool at the top of every hour and cleared out 15 minutes prior to the next block. There’s no restriction for rentering the pool - though start from the back of the line each time.
For all details, visit City of Toronto Oudoor Pools.
Helena's Hope: Kicking Childhood Cancer to the Curb
Late Summer Edition, Aug/Sept, 2020
Helena Kirk is likely one of the busiest Minor Niners you will ever meet. When she is not busy getting straight A’s in all of her high school classes, or doing martial arts three times a week, she is leading the charge on a cause that is dear to her heart and significant to the entire country.... [full story...]
Beaches Living Guide - HUB to the Toronto East Neighbourhoods for 17 years!
The Guide featuring one of Torontos most vibrant neighbourhoods, the Beaches and its surrounding area, Leslieville, Riverdale and Birch Cliffs. HEAR the Beaches Living Guide on the AIR ...(Audio Sound). Pick-up Your Free Copy - ask for your free copy at local shops or read
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to the Beaches Living Guide -Your community resource guide and business directory to Toronto’s one-of-a-kind
Beaches Living Guide is an award winning magazine in its 16th year of publication. It's informative, interactive, and provides insightful resources to the Toronto Beaches neighbourhood. This publication is available in print and online. It is about the vibrant and
eclectic neighbourhood and surrounding areas. Whether
living in this beautiful Toronto neighbourhood, or just visiting, be rest assured this guide will help you navigate your way to a unique and enjoyable experience.
Living Guide has been awarded the annual APEX AWARD 2008 - 2016, for nine consecutive!
The Annual Awards for Publication Excellence - A competition
for Communications Professionals
The premier Launch:
The Beaches Living Guide was launched on July 15, 2004 at The Beaches Lions
Clubhouse on the shores of Lake Ontario. The publication portrays the life
and people of our vibrant Beaches community. See Photos and more about the