Everyone’s welcome at the Bells Corners legion to check out the local Toastmaster’s group.
Two of the friendly members, Bells Corners residents Marion and Michael.
Marion is the author of an exciting novel set in Bells Corners with the Bel-Air Motel as a backdrop.
Michael was an extra in a big-budget movie filmed in Bells Corners.
A few other cast members of His Master’s Voice.
The Bel-Air is the last surviving “motor hotel” along
Highway 7 or 15 Richmond Road Lloyd Francis Boulevard Robertson Road Whiskey Road.
The Petrovitch family bought the motel 42 years ago (from the Soucy family of Embrun Ford renown).
Sadly Freda Petrovitch, a resident at Robertson House in Westcliffe, recently passed.
Sweeping for the sliders at the Westcliffe rinks.
“Awesome rinks,” enthused this local goaler. “Ice conditions are fabulous! I love the crashed-ice course.”
Plans for the Baseline transit corridor have upset some residents.
The section near Bells Corners, from Baseline station to Bayshore Shopping Centre, won’t be started until after 2031.
Another failure for our inept councillor.
Baseline desperately needs bike lanes.
Canadian soldiers who died in Afghanistan honoured at the Bells Corners legion.
Randall Denley: “We should cut school boards and politicians.” Do you agree?
Denley: “We need a special tax to build more roads.”
This keen cyclist doesn’t agree.