Did you know?
The first Canadian Open was in 1904. It is the third oldest golfing event on the PGA tour and the only Canadian event. It’s also the only North American PGA Tour even to have been cancelled twice during the pandemic.
CANADIAN OPEN INFORMATION
The 2022 RBC Canadian Open is being hosted by St. George’s Golf and Country Club from June 6 to 12, 2022. Practice rounds will be hosted by Islington Golf and Country Club. This year’s tournament will involve 156 players and caddies, over 2,000 volunteers. There will be over 125,000 attendees. It will be televised to 1 billion households worldwide. This year’s Canadian Open will include Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, Scottie Scheffler. The Canadian Open has an economic impact over $82,000,000. There will be over 250 accredited media in attendance.
The Canadian Open is still looking for volunteers. Registration for volunteers ends on Friday. If you are interested in volunteering, click here.
They are still looking for housing rentals for PGA players and tournament staff. If you are interested in renting out your house, click here.
Please click here for community information on road and sidewalk closures during the Canadian Open.
Canadian Open Community Information Night TOMORROW,
Thursday April 28, 2022
Edgehill House Update
Over the last year Edgehill House (61 Edgehill Rd-at the top of James Garden) has under gone a face lift. Scaffolding was up for many months on the front and right side of the house while windows were replaced and other general maintenance was performed. In March, the scaffolding came down. The new windows are really enhancing the appearance of this historic house and recreation property.
Some further landscaping improvements have also been made. The telco wire hanging in the front of the property has been removed. The cement filled stump that remained to the front right of the house has been cut down to ground level. A procedure that took a few hours. Hopefully the last few inches will be incorporated into the gardens or eventually removed.
We will continue to monitor drainage issues this spring.
Late Breaking News!
Members of The HVVRA Board are meeting this week with a City of Toronto Traffic expert and Councillor Stephen Holyday.
These meetings include two site visits during the morning and afternoon rush hours on Royal York Road around Humbertown Plaza. The goal is to observe and discuss safety and traffic flow issues and identify ways to mitigate the issues and problems we all see every day.