The decommissioned Scarborough RT line has created challenges for commuters in Scarborough, with students now back in school.
Liam Oates pitched a shortened perfect game and led the Centennial Colts to a 10-0 win against the visiting Sault College Cougars in OCAA action, last Sunday afternoon at Neilson Park. Centennial’s star righty threw…
The East York Hall of Fame is inducting five people from the community in their second-ever ceremony on June 1.
The average rent for a one-bedroom apartment in Toronto is going up, up, up. As international students and immigrants continue to arrive in Toronto, the rising rents could be bad news for them.
Feed Scarborough supported those struggling with food insecurity during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Spirits remained high despite an election loss for Kevin Rupasinghe and his campaign volunteers at their election night party Oct. 24.
A sudden rise in gas prices and auto insurance has left Scarborough residents questioning if driving is still affordable.
Election time is usually the moment when people’s voices are heard and issues are addressed, but some members of the 2SLGBTQ+ community feel they have been ignored.
What is behind Ontario’s low youth voter turnout and how can our we change this pattern?
With the Ontario general election just passing, highschool students were asked if they are educated enough on our Ontario government along with the policies.