Guide to municipal elections: Here’s everything you need to know about voting in Toronto

Toronto residents, along with Ontarians, will go to the polls this fall to decide who will represent them at the Toronto City Council table and at the local school board level. The 2022 municipal and school elections will take place on Monday, October 24. We’ve put together this comprehensive guide that highlights key dates and … Read more

Toronto East Cyclists are offering free bike tune-ups in Scarborough North Park this weekend

A group of cyclists welcome people for group rides and a free bike tune-up in Scarborough this August long weekend. On Saturday, July 30, East Toronto cyclists gather at Guildwood GO at 10:30 a.m. for a celebration of the “first ride” of fresh murals along the Conlins Road bike path, one of the few recent … Read more

Torontonians invited to join climate advisory board

The City of Toronto is accepting applications from residents and local organizations to be part of its new Climate Advisory Group (CAG). CAG members will act as advisors and champions for climate action and the policies, programs and initiatives being developed for implementation under the TransformTO Net Zero strategy. The city council-approved strategy aims to … Read more

Largest-ever gift to Scarborough Hospital will build Canada’s first ‘no-wait emergency department’

The biggest donation ever from the Scarborough Health Network – $20 million announced June 21 – came after the hospital launched a fundraising campaign with a direct message: Scarborough deserves better. The Northpine Foundation agreed and found that “we could unlock a lot of value for the people of Scarborough” by investing its money in … Read more

Provincial Vote 2022: A Look at the Riding of Scarborough Center

A stronghold of the Ontario Liberals for 15 years, this hotly contested riding without an incumbent was won by a Progressive Conservative in 2018 and is expected to be closed on June 2. Mazhar Shafiq, a Liberal who also ran in 2018, faces Conservative candidate David Smith, a public school trustee, New Democrat Neethan Shan, … Read more

UPDATE: Missing woman, 50, last seen in Malvern, found

Police thank the public for their help in the search for a missing woman. Toronto police said Rubina Hakeem, 50, was last seen at 8:30 p.m. last Thursday (May 12) in the McLevin Avenue and Neilson Road area of ​​Malvern. She was located Wednesday, May 18 at 9:55 a.m., police said. SHARE:

‘A crisis of everything’: Housing affordability is a top Ontario election campaign issue in Toronto

Homes in North York are awaiting zoning approval that would allow townhouse blocks to replace them. The next Ontario government may approve intensification in Toronto neighbourhoods. Simon Tran wants things to change. Growing up in car-dependent Brampton, the industrial tech dreamed of a more urban life and in 2020 bought a 600-square-foot condo in Etobicoke. … Read more