Where do you go when you don’t have a doctor and haven’t seen one in over a year? The Rouge Valley Health System has an answer.
Articles by Phillip Smalley
Now that Toronto has won its bid to host the Pan Am and Para Pan games in 2015, the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus has got the green light to go ahead with plans to construct athletic facilities in East Scarborough.
The Toronto Buddhist Centre off Kingston Rd. may have gotten its wish. City councillors allowed a compromised height of 1.5 metres (five feet) for a fence to surround the building’s perimeter.
Ten thousand dollars are coming to the Old Morrish Store on Old Kingston Road for a revitalization project to make the building more environmentally friendly.
Councillors Ainslie and Moeser sound off on the proposed garbage fee hike for Toronto.
Oh Canada is playing, but it’s not the version you would expect. More of a Jimi Hendrix take, with the regular ensemble replaced by a single guitarist.
Aside from nicer weather and cleaning up the house, spring means one thing for many people: tax time.
An armed robbery took place in Scarborough February3. , The attack involved suspects brandishing a handgun and forcing the victim to an isolated underground parking lot. Just after nine p.m., a man leaving his parked…
Modern technology has been developed to simplify our lives, but it is also driving us apart. Today we use technology such as cell phones, satellites, robots and world-wide business chains. We have created software to…
For the 12th time in 28 years, Bruce Delaney’s team has swept to victory at the Ontario provincial senior curling championships. He defeated Kirk Ziola of Chatham Granite Club 10-1 Jan. 18 at the Scarboro…