Scarborough residents will be getting into the spirit of the Winter Games later this month when the iconic Olympic torch touches down at the Scarborough Civic Centre.
Articles by Gesilayefa Azorbo
Going against its own legal advice, Toronto city council has voted overwhelmingly to reimburse Ward 35 councillor Adrian Heaps for legal fees stemming from a three-year-old lawsuit.
The West Hill Highland Creek Lions’ Club cares about the way their community looks. As it turns out, they’re not the only ones.
The Toronto Police Service recently launched a public communications strategy called TPS Links, a text and voice message alert system designed to quickly get information out to the public across Toronto. The initiative rolled out…
In Paradise, Nfld., a 19-year-old political science student ran for mayor and almost won. He received overwhelming support from members of his community seeking change.
The Squirrel’s Nest Daycare has to figure out what to do with $373,000.
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.
For Scarborough author Rosemary Aubert, the truth is often more fascinating than fiction and forms the basis for many of her internationally-acclaimed novels.
Pope John Paul II started the rugby season with a 27-7 win over Vanier in a home game on April 14. While a few of the boys were on last year’s team, it’s hard to…
The medical retail plaza being built at 1145 Morningside Avenue has an innovative selling point for prospective business owners – rather than just leasing, they can buy their units outright. “We give the opportunity for…