This week, the City of Toronto opened a mass immunization clinic in Ward 25, located at the Malvern Recreation Centre (30 Sewells Road).
This spring break (April 12 to 16), the City of Toronto's Parks, Forestry and Recreation Division is bringing back CampTO.
Our Toronto Zoo is home to over 5,000 animal constituents and is committed to public education, wildlife conservancy and fighting extinction.
Applications are now open for seasonal employment with the City of Toronto.
While COVID-19 has left lasting impacts on local business, Scarborough restaurants continue to persevere and show great resilience during this challenging time.
The City of Toronto is looking for additional resident input in the development of a Community Safety and Wellbeing Plan called SafeTO.
I would like to thank those who have connected with my office about creating a dogs off-leash area (DOLA) in Scarborough – Rouge Park.
Happy Family Day! This weekend is a great time to get outdoors for some exercise and winter fun with your household, while following public health advice.
Looking for new activities to try while staying at home?
In support of the TransformTO climate action strategy, the City has created an initiative to assist interested residents in upgrading to solar photovoltaic (PV) panels.
Last week, the City began removal of old playground equipment from the Bob Loptson Playground at the West Rouge Park.
Calling Scarborough Heroes! Centennial College, Scarborough Health Network, The Toronto Zoo and the University of Toronto Scarborough have launched the Scarborough Hero Awards.
Toronto Public Health (TPH) has a vital role in vaccine distribution and must follow the Province of Ontario's prioritization plan.
I want to thank all the engaged community members, local community associations, as well as Mayor Tory...
Scarborough – Rouge Park has three community assessment centres that are continuing to offer COVID-19 testing.
Each February, the City of Toronto is proud to support and host events that recognize Black History Month.
In January, the City of Toronto recognizes Tamil Heritage Month...
The Toronto Police Services Board is in the process of selecting the next Chief of Police.
The City is considering removing the requirement for natural garden exemption permits and is seeking feedback from Toronto residents.
In February, I was delighted to join local charity, Parents Engaged in Education (PEIE), to celebrate the opening of Canada's First Education Bank, right here in Scarborough – Rouge Park.
On Monday, the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) announced that the City of Toronto’s Home Energy Loan Program (HELP) ...
This month, we will be recognizing the City of Toronto's 12 Women4Climate Toronto mentors...
This week, I had the unique opportunity of joining TVOntario as a guest on Political Blind Date!
On February 18, City Council approved the 2021 City budget after a thorough review. Recognizing that many residents are facing unprecedented financial challenges as a result of COVID-19...
The City budget determines the levels of service provided to Toronto residents...