Scarborough youths from Tropicana Community Services put on a proud performance of singing, dancing, drumming and poetry on Oct. 3 to celebrate 15 years with the Scarborough Youth Resources Centre.
A steady stream of cars drove into 891 Morningside Ave. last Saturday to make good use of Ward 43’s Environment Day and rid their homes of junk.
When the Port Union Community Centre opened in 1984, there wasn’t much in terms of development south of Lawrence Avenue East, or along Port Union Road. Twenty-five years later, there is a lot more community for this centre to serve.
A $78-million building is being constructed by the University of Toronto Scarborough at Ellesmere Rd. and Military Trail.
For Scarborough author Rosemary Aubert, the truth is often more fascinating than fiction and forms the basis for many of her internationally-acclaimed novels.
David Campbell fondly remembers the sweltering 35-degree summer under the Ghanaian sun, his dirt-caked hands wrapped around a rusted shovel that would pierce the earth for the 100th time since his group started excavating.
The Guild Inn is closer to becoming home to Centennial College’s hospitality school after the college and the City of Toronto reached a tentative agreement.
It started out as a block party — a way for people to come together to uplift themselves from the everyday grind of living an oppressed life.
This summer the new Guildwood farmers’ market set up shop for the first time at the intersection of Livingston and Kingston Roads. It is currently a small market trying to build ties and gain a foothold in the community so that it can grow. On average the Guildwood farmer’s market sees about 200 people pass […]
Art and Scarborough aren’t two words that usually go together, but Scarborough artists are putting their communities on the map — literally.