Michelle Berardinetti celebrated her second win in Ward 35-Scarborough Southwest Monday night. “There is always great competition in this ward but I was hopeful and confident running on my previous record. I knew residents would be supportive [of me] because I fought very hard for them these past four years,” Berardinetti said. “I am very […]
On Nov. 19, Scarborough Councillors discussed the future of Kennedy subways’ parking lot at a Scarborough council meeting.
A proposal to close the Kennedy station parking lot for subway renovations in 2016 could create problems for local commuters. “I would have to leave the car at home and (take the) bus which takes a bit longer,” says Kathy Le, physical activity instructor at University of Toronto, who frequently parks her car in the lot at […]
A Toronto city councillor believes the composition of the mayor’s executive committee has nothing to do with gender balance, but everything to do with alliances.
A city committee will consider a proposal next week to implement off-leash dog hours in early mornings and late nights in select local parks.
Every year on April 22, communities get together to clean up their neighbourhoods and participate in events that educate them on how to be kinder to the environment. But every day should be Earth Day, says Keith Treffry of Earth Day Canada. “After Mother’s Day is over you still love your mom the rest of the year,” he said.
A Scarborough facility that caters to clients with mental health and substance abuse issues has moved to reassure residents of the Danforth and St. Clair Ave. E., area that it has been, and will continue to be, a safe, responsible neighbour.
Of Toronto’s 44 wards, 10 are in Scarborough. Here’s a cheat sheet of some of the basics on each.
As Toronto works its way through budget challenges, the city’s trees remain vulnerable to threats from harmful and invasive insect species. But on Feb. 14, the city’s executive committee may have found a way to help.
This is the biggest item that will come across the desk of a councillor and the most important issue facing Toronto