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Marsupial moves into heart of Beach

By Andrew Hudson • April 15, 2014Beach Metro Community News Why did the opossum cross Wineva Avenue? Rick Wyszynski didn’t ask, but he did snap a photo of the one that slowly crossed his street a few weeks ago. Beach Metro News reader Rick Wyszynski caught a photo of this brave – or oblivious – opossum heading north on Wineva Avenue. PHOTO: Rick Wyszynsk Beach Metro News reader Rick Wyszynski caught a photo of this brave – or oblivious – opossum heading north on Wineva Avenue.PHOTO: Rick Wyszynsk Wyszynski said it was the first opossum he has seen in the Beach after 30 years here. “It didn’t look like the usual raccoon, so I slowed down,” said Wyszynski, who was driving on Wineva at about 9 a.m. “It was moving so slowly, I thought it was hurt at first. But I think it may have just woken up, I don’t know.” In nearby Birch Cliff, three more residents said they have recently had opossums under their porches, according to the Birch Cliff News. Nathalie Karvonen, the executive director of Toronto Wildlife Centre, said it’s hard to pinpoint what year opossums first moved north to Toronto, but sightings go back at least as far as the 1980s. “We’ve been open for 21 years, and from our perspective, without doing a scientific survey, I could say that their numbers have been slowly increasing across Toronto,” she said. Karvonen said Toronto Wildlife Centre receives more than 100 sick or injured opossums each year. “Mother opossums tend to have 10, 12, 14 babies at a time,” she said, noting that they sometimes receive a whole pouch of young

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Walkers wary of boardwalk slowly being devoured!

Toronto Star - Toronto,Ontario,Canada We took a look and found several spots along the boardwalk, east of the Ashbridge's Bay parking lot, where it was completely obscured by drifting sand. ... City, port ready to bury hatchet? Metro Canada - Toronto - Toronto,Ontario,Canada The key appears to be the Toronto Transit Commission's need to get its hands on 18 acres of port authority-owned land near Ashbridges Bay to build a new ... TTC, Toronto Port Authority reach deal on land for light rail ... insideTORONTO.com - Toronto,Ontario,Canada The Toronto Transit Commission's new Ashbridges Bay light rail vehicle storage and maintenance facility will be located at Lake Shore Blvd. E. and Leslie ... 
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Ashbridges Bay Beach

I know that when you think Toronto you probably don't think beaches and for the most part you'd be right, but there is one beach in Toronto, that actually feels like a real beach.  Ashbridges Bay beach is by far the closest thing Toronto has to a real beach. It's huge, sandy and it's quite beautiful.  If you are like me and are relatively trapped to places which are TTC adjacent this beach is for you.  You just have to take the Queen street car East to Kingston road and there you are. This beach is remarkably well groomed and even if you aren't in a swimming mood, it is an excellent place to suntan or just sit by the water.  I recommend this beach for anyone who can't get to Wasaga Beach.
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A Breath of Fresh Air in the City of Toronto

The Beach area of Toronto is truly a wonderful little community of beautiful older homes and a very pretty lakefront with a boardwalk to take a leisurely stroll. Queen street is filled with quaint little shops, restaurants and pubs. In the summer the Jazz festival is a fabulous attraction with Queen street closed off to all the musicains and vendors for an entire weekend. The Beaches is one of the safest areas in all of Toronto and clean too! If you are visiting Toronto swing by the Beaches and have a cup of coffee on Queen st. or just take a walk on the boardwalk away from the hustle and bustle of the downtown core.
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