Train rescuer and historian slams plan to build $4b one-stop Scarborough subway. Jason Shron, of Rapido Trains Inc., also believes LRT is more important in Scarborough, not subways or streetcars.
It’s rush hour. Amid the buzz of conversation and crush of passersby at Scarborough Town Centre, Sarah MacIntosh sits at a table adorned with red poppies. “My father belonged to the army. He was… in World War II and I just carry on his legacy,” she said.
Morris Peterson, former Toronto Raptor, isn’t hitting three-point shots anymore, but he’s still finding a way to help out the people of Scarborough.
Helps bring You better watch out, you better not cry, Scarborough residents, because Santa Claus and his reindeer have already come to Scarborough Town Centre. Planet Santa arrived at the mall on Nov. 12, bringing with them a host of activities including face painting, arts and crafts, and music. Planet Santa also provides people an […]
The air was electric at the Scarborough Towne Centre square on Oct. 19 as the space filled with hundreds of kids and parents waiting to see their TV idols from The Next Step.
The cast of Family Channel’s hit TV show arrived as part of their cross-country tour called the The Next Step Hit the Floor Tour.
Clyde (The Glide) Drexler, an NBA Hall-of-Famer and member of basketball’s original 1992 U.S. Dream Team, landed in Scarborough on Sept. 28 as a key draw of the NBA Big Tour. The tour’s stop at Scarborough Town Centre also featured the NBA’s Larry O’Brien Championship trophy and the Raptors’ dance pack and mascot.
Toronto may be years away from an NBA crown, but Scarborough will home to the championship trophy and a Hall of Famer this weekend. The NBA Big Tour is making its first stop in Scarborough on Sept. 28.
They came together just two months ago. Then it was a family wedding. On this day it was centre stage at Toronto Mela Summer Festival held at Scarborough Town Centre. The informal Bollywood dance troupe Suriyakumar and her cousins formed were part of an event hosted by Council of Agencies Serving South Asians (CASSA) on Sept. 7.
Lions, councillors, and the sound of thunder drums formed a celebratory combination at Scarborough Town Centre on Saturday, Feb. 9. Scarborough Town Centre hosted the 2013 Chinese New Year celebration to welcome the Year of the Snake. The free event started at noon, and the thunder drums opening ceremony and colourful lion dance costumes attracted shoppers.