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Armenian New Year’s party brings ‘people together as a family’

Walking into the Armenian Community Centre on the edge of Scarborough on any given day, you’re likely to see the atrium buzzing with meetings, fundraisers, young scouts marching about, and people having a relaxing chat over coffee at the cafe in the centre of it all. But walk in nowadays and you’ll see a table advertising the annual New Year’s party.

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Business owners make case for Scarborough subway

Gary and Lena Do say they’re worried renewed talk of a new subway line downtown will derail any proposal for a Scarborough subway extension. The couple, who own James White and Sons Flowers, say they and other Scarborough residents and business owners have been waiting a long time for a Scarborough subway, and they want to see it boost their business.

Charity runners young and old brave rain at Toronto Zoo

Arianna Dodds celebrated her ninth birthday in the rain. It was her first time participating in the Cub Run with her younger brother, 7-year-old Colin. Although the siblings had never completed the race before, they’re not new to running, according to their mom, Cori Dodds.