Residents in the area reported the posters at the corner of Kingston Road and Warden Avenue to the city and Ward 36 councillor Gary Crawford.
The incumbent in Scarborough-Guildwood believes that his victory and the majority win for the Liberals in Monday’s federal election are proof that positive campaigning wins over negative. Liberal MP John McKay held his victory party at his campaign office on Kingston Road, Monday night, when he celebrated his seventh consecutive re-election, and fifth consecutive in the Scarborough-Guildwood riding.
What was once land belonging to a string of motels, is now a thriving community on the rise in Scarborough.
Helen Aspiotis used to have frequent problems with graffiti. Since her store was painted with a mural of a young man’s face and bright purple roses, Aspiotis’ graffiti problems have stopped. She’s appealed to the city to keep the mural.
With potholes, gridlock, and rising gas prices taking the fun out of hitting the open road these days, motorists can’t seem to catch a break. At least the CAA’s (Canadian Automobile Association) annual Worst Roads survey helps drivers dodge the potholes
Dave Martells stands near the construction site and future home of single-detached townhouses on Kingston Road and Beechgrove Drive.
Diamond + Schmitt architects established an eye-catching new Centennial College library at Progress Avenue that keeps both the college’s students and Scarborough residents talking.
Change is inevitable. The only way to move this city forward is to bulldoze the old and build up the new. Talks of redeveloping Kingston Road may become a reality, according to Councillor Gary Crawford. In getting rid of the unappealing buildings and concrete, Crawford wants to make this area a lot greener — and I couldn’t agree more.
Redevelopment on parts of Kingston Road should start next year despite questions about where the money will come from, first-year Ward 36 councillor Gary Crawford says.
The “suburb” has a bad reputation for a reason, and that will not change due to a new building in town. Scarborough has talked about improving the area for decades, and things are only getting worse.