Despite the continuing patience of the Guildwood community, the Guild Inn has remained fenced off since 2001. There is yet another Request for Proposal (RFP) for the Inn, but it is late.
After much debate at City Hall, the white wind-measuring box, that some have called an “eyesore”, will remain in the Scarborough Bluffs until 2012.
What was once an artist colony on the edge of Scarborough is now a recreational park with run-down, vacant buildings. Centennial College is about to sign a lease to revitalize the Guild Inn and restore it to its former glory.
With the sun rising into a clear sky above the Scarborough Bluffs, Sunday provided the perfect backdrop for the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup. The only problem? Only six people volunteered to help at the Sept. 19 event.
What was meant to be a symbolic step to halt wind turbines in Ontario has backfired on a local Scarborough community.
After city hall rejected the motion to place a moratorium on new wind turbines, Toronto will now do the opposite – promote wind power in the city with fervor.
The Emerald Ash Borer, a tiny green beetle-like insect, is making trouble for residents in the Scarborough area.
Anti-wind farm signs, featuring the slogan “Save our Shoreline”, were reportedly stolen at night on March 16 from homes in Guildwood.
Police are investigating some employees from Valu-Mart at 123 Guildwood Parkway for thefts.
Residents thought it was gone with the wind, but they were wrong. Toronto Hydro has started the construction of an anemometer, which is slated for completion off the Scarborough Bluffs in about four weeks.