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Articles by Amanda Ly
Kim Tull of the Black Pearls grew up in east Scarborough and credits the multicultural neighbourhood for helping instil a positive sense of self-esteem. Black Pearls Community Services, a non-profit group, was co-founded in 2003…
Black students don’t get the support they need in high school to continue in university, about 100 East Scarborough students were told at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus on Nov. 18.o
Women face abuse on a daily basis. A fact Malvern’s Women’s Place is too familiar with.
Concerned parents and teaching staff voiced their frustrations and displeasure with a hard-to-navigate and outdated education system at Malvern’s Action for Neighbourhood Change meeting.
Wendy Agnew, former principal at Blessed Mother Teresa Catholic Secondary School, has been named a justice of the peace on Oct. 14. Agnew was at the high school for about six weeks and has worked…
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.
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.
Art and Scarborough aren’t two words that usually go together, but Scarborough artists are putting their communities on the map — literally.