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uReport | Jan 23, 2017

Etobicoke minister Mark Winger recounts experiences hiking Bruce Trail

A fundraising dinner and illustrated talk in support of the Bruce Trail Conservancy will take place at Humber Valley United...

Etobicoke Guardian
uReport | Dec 20, 2016
Wrapping gifts

uReport: Local program delivers Holiday spirit to Etobicoke seniors

The holidays are a time to celebrate the joy and warmth of the season with friends and family. In Etobicoke, the local Home...

Etobicoke Guardian
uReport | Dec 20, 2016
Santa's Frozen Festival

uReport: Fourth annual Santa's Frozen Festival in Phin Park

The fourth annual Santa’s Frozen Festival was held Saturday, Dec. 3, in Phin Park, located at 115 Condor Avenue in The...

East York Mirror
uReport | Dec 19, 2016
Harmony Hall Christmas luncheon

uReport: Harmony Hall hosts dozens of seniors for Christmas luncheon

East York’s Harmony Hall Centre for Seniors held its Christmas luncheon on Sunday, Dec. 12. The centre empowers and...

East York Mirror
uReport | Dec 19, 2016
Kennedy Road businesses give toys

uReport: Kennedy BIA hands off donations to toy drive

Kennedy BIA is extending its thanks to all of the stores and personal donors who opened their hearts and pockets to grant...

Scarborough Mirror
uReport | Dec 16, 2016
Dufferin Mall Toy Drive

uReport: Upon A Star Books collects toys for Children's Aid Society

Upon A Star Books Inc. held it's third annual Ho-Ho-Holiday Toy Drive in support of the Children's Aid Foundation's Fill the...

Bloor West Villager
Nov 22, 2016

uReport: Reach for the Rainbow celebrates 30th annual Crystal Ball

Etobicoke’s Reach for the Rainbow celebrated a “true milestone” on Saturday, Nov. 12 with it’s Sound + Colour: 30 Years of...

Etobicoke Guardian | Add Comment
Nov 09, 2016

uReport: Bishop Marrocco soccer team thanks Attawapiskat trip supporters

The Royals Soccer Team at Bishop Marrocco/Thomas Merton C.S.S. hosted a very special event on Nov. 4 to formally recognize...

Bloor West Villager | Add Comment
Sep 26, 2016

uReport: Mimico writer Christine Higdon is runner-up for 2016 CBC Creative Nonfiction Prize

Etobicoke writer Christine Higdon is the runner-up for the 2016 CBC Creative Nonfiction Prize. CBC BOOKS, CBC's website...

Etobicoke Guardian | Add Comment
Sep 26, 2016

uReport: Toronto boxer Brock Arthur picks up victory against Lindon Chambers

Brock Arthur was back in the ring Saturday, Sept. 24 at the United Boxing Promotions event at the Hershey Centre in...

York Guardian | Add Comment
Sep 26, 2016

uReport: Samantha's Troops help battle cancer at fundraiser for SickKids hospital at Bowlerama Rexdale

The Da Costa family hosted a fun-filled afternoon of bowling to fundraise for The Canaccord Genuity Great Camp Adventure...

Etobicoke Guardian | Add Comment | by Lynn Bessoudo
Sep 26, 2016

uReport: Dundas West Animal Hospital staff provide veterinary services to pets at Sistering

The human-animal bond is a mutually beneficial relationship that exists between people and their pets that positively...

Bloor West Villager | Add Comment | by Julia Hayes
Sep 14, 2016

uReport: Women's Habitat outreach centre in south Etobicoke celebrates reno completion

Women's Habitat shelter officials recently celebrated the completion of renovations at its outreach centre for women and...

Etobicoke Guardian | Add Comment
Sep 08, 2016

uReport: York family participates in Rexall OneWalk to Conquer Cancer in memory of late grandmother

My name is Brooke Alexandra Goldenberg and I live in Toronto’s York neighbourhood. I am a recent graduate of the University...

York Guardian | Add Comment | by Brooke Alexandra Goldenberg
Sep 08, 2016

uReport: Movie screening draws Lego fans to Etobicoke's Centennial Park

Almost 300 people came out to a free summer outdoor screening of The Lego Movie at Centennial Park earlier this summer. The...

Etobicoke Guardian | Add Comment
Aug 11, 2016

uReport: Etobicoke man joins other Canadians to lobby U.S. Congress members to implement practical solutions to climate change

In late June, I left Etobicoke with 12 other Canadians to visit Washington, D.C. There were 1,000 people in total standing...

Etobicoke Guardian | Add Comment | by Amar Kumar

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