Leaside Sports Hall of Fame recognizes Leaside Tennis Club founder Matt Sayliss posthumously. Sayliss gathered three of his neighbours, bought a tennis net, some limestone and marked the layout for two tennis courts. That was the seed that grew into what is now the Leaside Tennis Club.
The 47th annual community canned food drive is just around the corner and volunteers are required more than ever.
The debut of Costco in the Thorncliffe Park area has sparked residents’ concerns, a candidates meeting was told.
Apple Fest celebrates the rich history of the Bayview Leaside’s agricultural past.
Leaside resident Deanne Puder’s eyes teared up as she addressed the close to 400 people gathered at Wilket Creek Park on Sept. 23 for Toronto’s ninth annual Bladder Cancer Canada Awareness Walk.
It was Puder’s first time organizing the walk in honour of her father, Ingo Puder, who died of bladder cancer in October of 2017.
While the Corn Roast was a fun day for the community, “the event aims at raising money towards building a new hospice in Toronto.”
For 15 years, East Yorkers have gathered at Doug Radford’s Leaf Shack to watch every Toronto Maple Leafs playoff game.
Police charged alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur with a seventh count of first-degree murder on April 11.
From Jan. 1 to March 27, city crews fixed 117, 613 potholes. That’s almost twice as many as last year at this time.
Carol Burtin Fripp is set to become the 25th recipient of the Agnes Macphail award for her contributions to the Leaside community.