Opening ads for a theatre would be an exception but a photo section should contain photographs. You should receive your first newsletter within the next week. Lest I pout too much, however, it’s worth remembering how many remarkable rep cinemas keep the old school experience of going to the movies intact. Movie Theatres , Theatres. Italics indicate a separate school but some are located in the former public school buildings. To order copies of Toronto Star articles, please go to: Phone number Website.

From what I gathered, the theatre opened in two years before the old Cineplex Odeon 12 opened in closed down in , which is now occupied by a Gap store. On weekends, he would take his children to the movies, letting them watch the latest film from the projection room. Working alongside many teenagers, he was a role model to many of the young employees — including Jeevan Augustine, who worked with him at Morningside up until last year. Fans have arranged a candlelight vigil outside the Cineplex Odeon Morningside Tuesday at 7 p. He separated from his wife about 20 years ago. Phone number Get directions.

Downtown Theatre, Yonge St. At the time, the resident Beachers A young man was charged, with reports that he was a former student.

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The lost movie theatres of Toronto

Contributed by Chad Irish, Jeremy Hopkin. Since Cedarbrae 8 left its legacy after its demise, Fit4Less by GoodLife opened in the former Staples building which still stands. Cedarbrae requires students enrolled in such programs to exhibit good attendance and a good academic performance or will risk being dismissed from the program. View more tips about electronics. The seat theatre was known as the Pylon when it first op U of Novie ranked best university in Canada for Drawn by the architects Hugh L.


Joseph’s Commercial Cedarbrar Merton St. Loader got his start in the movie business in the s with a job at a theatre at Bathurst St.

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Scarborough movie fans mourn passing of beloved ticket taker

Multiplex located in the Scarborough Town Centre shopping mall. Over the years, he earned the kind of cultish fan base thanks to his presence at the ticket podium at the now-shuttered Famous Players Cedarbrae Cinemas and more recently at Cineplex Morningside that could movei the audience at a midnight blockbuster release.

Archived from the original on July 16, The year-old who died Sunday in his sleep from heart failure was a fixture at Toronto movie theatres for 55 years, where he worked primarily as a ticket taker. The Thomson property is also being sold off too but the community is unimpressed about townhomes and they wanted it to keep it into public hands. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.


In those days, movie houses were a much grander affair and Koichopolos remembers Loader would always show up to work with combed hair, a bow tie and a blazer. Fans have arranged a candlelight vigil outside the Cineplex Odeon Morningside Tuesday at 7 p. Cedarbrae also has a m track behind the school facing west and is one of the rheatre schools mvie Toronto which still has a performance theatre stage in its auditorium which was named “John Grabb Theatre” after its founding principal.

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Cedarbrae Collegiate Institute

Retrieved from ” https: November 21st, grand opening ad in photo section as well as the 4-plex ad from December 19th, The immersion and extended French programs give enrolled students a chance to broaden their learning of French as a movif language but must remain in their chosen program until graduation to maintain status.

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That would have been a nice addition to the Yonge-Bloor area. Pleiades Theatre John Van Burek.