“I’m a local boy working at the local fire station for the local community,” says Doug Browne, fire captain at Station 227 in the Beaches....
Thirty-two years ago, on the day he was standing in the line-up to be recruited for fire fighting services, he stood next to his childhood Beaches friend, Ryan Fairlie. Ryan now is also a captain at Station 227. Others at the station from the community include Jeff Quigg, and the acting captain of Doug’s platoon, Rick McKee..... [full story...]
Beaches Living Guide - Fall/Winter 2015/16 edition is in destribution!
The Guide featuring one of Torontos most vibrant neighbourhoods, the Beaches and its surounding 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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Beaches Living Guide is an award winning magazine that is informative, interactive, and 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 have been awared the annual APEX AWARD 2008 - 2015!
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