Although the Lunar New Year is nearing its end, the Scarborough YMCA wanted to prolong the festivities with its first large celebration of Lunar New Year.
Argos player Jason Pottinger will be at the Scarborough YMCA to teach children about football and to keep them active.
Superhero Y Guy from the Scarborough YMCA was busy last weekend saving the community – from obesity. The YMCA hosted Megathon, a fundraiser dedicated to entice kids to be more active to help fight obesity and raise money for the cause.
Community residents couldn’t be happier with City Council’s approved plans for a new $29-million community centre at Warden and Finch in northwest Scarborough.
After months of emotional debate, City Hall’s executive committee heard from over 200 deputations during a 20-hour marathon meeting that wrapped up early Tuesday morning.
Mayor Rob Ford and his 13-member committee heard from many Torontonians about proposed service cuts.
Some Sir William Osler High School students are getting ready for a trip to Northern Quebec thanks to a weekend fun fair.
Ninety schools in the Toronto District School Board are getting ready to welcome kindergartners for full-day classes this fall. Seventy-one of those schools, including 30 in Scarborough, and another 50 in the Toronto Catholic District School Board offer the program already.
An energy advisor to the City of Toronto says conservation techniques introduced to high-rise buildings can substantially reduce energy costs. At the Toronto Atmospheric Fund’s Power of Green seminar held Tuesday night, green energy experts…