"Hi, I am looking for a shared nanny (live in okay) but am hesitant to sponsor as I understand it's a lot of paper work. Do you mind to tell me how it went and how time consuming it was? I understood that the nanny's which need to be…"
Our nanny's friend is looking for a full time job. She has just arrived to Toronto from the Philippines and would need to be sponsored and ideally a live in nanny. She is a RN in the Philippines. Her name is Mary Cathleen Cube and you can reach her at 647-470-8003 or email@example.com. She has a couple of interviews with families but she would like to be in Leslieville to be close to her family. We sponsored our nanny over two years ago and are so happy with the care and ease. …See More
Registration is open for Toronto Summer Swim Camp happening in The Beach. Ages are 5-18. Camp runs from July 02-Aug 24, 8 weekly sessions. M-F 7:30-11:30. A wonderful way to introduce young kids to competitive swimming. http://www.swimtoronto.comSee More
I am new to the group. I would love to get out for the Tue/Thu runs. How long are they and what distance do you usually cover? I'm more of a morning person, so if anyone is ever up for a 8am start, I'd be in."
To start, I'd love a group where we can post about anything and everything - activities in the neighbourhood, opportunities for picnics and playdates, info re: babysitters, daycare and nannies, and anything else that comes up!
This group is for providers of kids programs as well as parents. It serves two purposes:1. To provide parents with an easy-to-use listing of local kids programs.2. To bring together program providers for sharing, support and to plan cool events.See More
Calling all runners new and long term! We are the Leslieville Runners - your local neighbourhood running group and we would love for anyone and everyone to join us! Our weekly runs usually take place on Tuesdays or Thursdays nights and Saturday mornings! Check us out on facebook as well for more information.See More
When I launched this site in early 2009, one of the compelling reasons for doing so was that I was struck by how many of the businesses in Leslieville are locally owned and operated. Another big observation was (and still is) how proud most…