For Alan and Dianne Doucette, hikes in the Rouge Valley have become a tradition. The couple comes three to four days a week to take in the sights around the park. They’ve been doing this for 20 years, but Alan says they’re not at all bored.
Two new bridges were unveiled by Mayor David Miller recently at Morningside and Finch Avenues to help improve access to the Morningside Heights community.
The Waterloo Warriors ruined homecoming weekend for the University of Toronto Varsity Blues by winning 30-7 on Saturday afternoon. Fourth-year pivot Evan Martin led the Warriors (2-5) offence on the day, going 21-29 for 348 yards and three touchdowns. Toronto’s Jansen Shrubb countered with 103 yards and a touchdown on 5-of-14 passing. Andrew Gillis and Jordan […]
The scene: A few tables and chairs occupy the main room, and the walls are painted with lively shades of yellow and green. In the adjoining room are two pool tables. The place is empty except for the owner, Nadi, her young daughter and two other young women.
Quarterback Mike Kanopoulos had a rushing touchdown and a field goal in the Leaside Lancers’ 10-2 victory over host East York on Friday night, ruining the Goliaths’ home coming.
What do people do with their stored junk? Throw it away, donate it to a thrift store or organize a garage sale? Or create an art exhibit. Artist Liz Magor decided to make something extraordinary out of the ordinary and she’s sharing it with Scarborough residents. Magor’s art work is being displayed at the Doris McCarthy Gallery until Oct. 25.
The West Hill Warriors never stood a chance against the Sir Wilfrid Laurier Blue Devils as they lost 42-22 Oct. 5. In its second game of the season, Laurier’s junior girls basketball team showed confidence in its offence and defence.
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.