Scarborough residents were invited to David Smith’s official office opening yesterday. Smith is the public school trustee for Scarborough Centre and now has an office at the Scarborough Civic Centre.
Scarborough Civic Centre
Residents got their first look at the design of a new library planned for Scarborough Centre. The Toronto Public Library (TPL) plans to start building a 15,000-square-foot library branch south of the Scarborough Civic Centre by 2012 with the expected completion date in 2014.
Celebrate Scarborough’s diverse cultures through music, dance and art in Scarborough. Bring your skates and take a spin on the outdoor ice rink.
It may be just another budget meeting, but at least this time residents got to tell city council what they thought. At the Jan. 20 meeting at the Scarborough Civic Centre, residents complained about bus route cuts but also brought up major service cuts throughout the budget.
Potential buyers are being scared away from a piece of real estate behind the Scarborough Civic Centre because of one rigid condition of sale. The Toronto District School Board has been trying to sell the parking lot on Borough Drive since 2008 but has only received signs of interest from one source.
Geremi Sachs, 24, relies on the 103 Mt. Pleasant bus to take him to and from his job as a late-night barista at Starbucks in North York. Due to the recent route changes planned by…
Six-year-old Raquel Romero loves to sing and dance. So when she got to perform at the Scarborough Civic Centre’s tree-lighting event Dec. 1, she was all smiles.
A young man, larger than life on the silver screen, points out his favourite parts of Toronto’s downtown Chinatown before looking straight into the camera and declaring, “I’m Vietnamese.” The film, Suite Suite Chinatown, was part of the 14th Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival.
Diversity and strength may be part of Toronto’s motto, but a youth worker in Scarborough has questioned whether the city’s mayoral candidates recognize it, Another debate wrapped up Monday night at the Scarborough Civic Centre…
Old technology may be the solution to Canada’s electoral blahs. At least, that’s an idea Dave Meslin’s Better Ballots project has discovered.