Only two weeks after a man tried unsuccessfully to base-jump off the Scarborough Bluffs, two more men have been fined for attempting the same.
Daredevils on the Scarborough Bluffs don’t get much sympathy from residents or politicians. “There’s always an idiot who wants access to the Bluffs,” said outgoing Ward 36 councillor Brian Ashton.
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.
A coyote has attacked another dog along the lakeside trail at the bottom of the Scarborough Bluffs near Guildwood Park. This is the second reported attack on the trail this year.
U of T geology professor Nick Eyles passed on his excitement about rocks to a Scarborough audience of 60 at Bendale Public Library last month.
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.