Toronto Observer reporter Ahmed Dirie covered the Family Day snowstorm. On February 15, 2021, 10 – 20 cm of snow blanketed the city of Toronto, impacting driving conditions and bus routes. It forced the closure…
The Toronto Public Library’s pilot project offers treatment for those affected with seasonal affective disorder.
As the saying goes, “The family that eats together stays healthy together.” Ulysse Guerrier has heard the saying countless times from “healthy” families who he knows, in reality, are too ashamed to tell doctors they…
A Scarborough charity organization is exploring ways to keep its programs running under new organization after having its charitable registration revoked.
An organization that has drawn protests in other parts of Toronto has launched a location in Scarborough. On Nov. 12, Scarborough’s first and Toronto’s fourth Church of Scientology opened at Neilson Road and McLevin Avenue in the Malvern area.
Toronto Community Housing (TCH) shocked tenants of public housing units with the possibility that they might be asked to move out. Malvern’s Lowry Square has 13 houses on the list. Residents are unhappy with the TCH’s announcement.
In Malvern, on what used to be an overgrown lot at the foot of an apartment complex on Blackwell Avenue, a little Eden is blooming.
With Earth Day approaching, a lot of communities around the city are gearing up to clean up their neighbourhoods – for at least 20 minutes on any given day.
The sounds of African drums rang in the official opening of the new Taibu Community Health Centre for the black community and Malvern residents on Wednesday evening.
The number of marijuana grow-op busts in 2009–2010 in Scarborough increased by 52 per cent over the previous year, police documents show. Last year, 93 grow-ops were found in Scarborough, up from 61. That same period has seen a 25-per cent increase across Toronto.