Memories of ice-bound, darkened streets in Scarborough didn’t bring people out Thursday, March 6, to criticize Toronto Hydro’s performance...
The 2013 Scarborough Urban Hero Award winners pose for a group shot after being presented with their awards Monday night.
Winners of The Scarborough Mirror's 2013 Urban Hero Awards.
Under the direction of Susan Raponi, the George Peck Public School Gr. 6/7/8 Concert Wind Band has had outstanding results in 2014 music festival competitions. The ensemble received the Gold Award at the Kiwanis Music Festival on Feb. 19 and the Rising Star Award and the Silver-Plus Award at the provincial Ontario Band Association Festival on Feb. 13.
A group of George Peck Public School students are riding on a well deserved high note.
The George Peck Public School Grades 6 to 8...
THE CITY: Ranked ballots would make decisions easier for Toronto voters
Soon it will be on in earnest. Olivia Chow will, at some point this month, say she intends to run to be mayor of Toronto and register. And...
Former Toronto Argonaut Chuck Winters, left, Kellie Leitch federal Minister of Labour and Minister of Status of Women, current Argo Matt Black and White Ribbon Campaign program coordinator Shai Kohen get together with Sir John A. Macdonald Collegiate students and their banner against gender-based violence during an assembly that took place Thursday at the school.
Hurt people hurt people. That was the message by former Toronto Argonauts player Chuck Winters to Scarborough students this week....
An attendee at a March 5 community meeting checks out designs for the planned expansion of the BMO Stadium at Exhibition Place.
Area residents, Toronto FC supporters, and a handful of trade show operators came to see and question the planned expansion of BMO Stadium...
The Toronto District School Board approved its 2014-15 budget Wednesday, May 5.
Toronto District School Board (TDSB) trustees unanimously approved the 2014-2015 operating budget of about $3 billion at the Wednesday,...
Courton Drive residents in the Lawrence and Pharmacy avenues area are complaining of harrassment from the city's parking enforcement unit.
They come at night to harass the homeowners, and to give unfair attention to their little crescent street in Wexford.
At least, that’s...
The Toronto Zoo's polar bear, born in November of last year, now has a name. After a contest held by the zoo, the cub's name has been selected as Humphrey.
The name of the Toronto Zoo’s four-month-old male polar bear cub was revealed Thursday, March 6, after more than 14,000...
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