A tradition of helping their neighbours in need
By Sean Delaney
The North York Harvest Food Bank has been open since 1985. Although 35 years ago, it began as a small non-profit started by a small group of volunteers intent on just getting food to their neighbours.
“It was about just helping out those who need help,” said Henry Chiu, Direct...
Councillor's Corner-June 2019
The new TRCA administrative building coming to Humber River – Black Creek
On Friday, June 7 I attended the groundbreaking ceremony for the TRCA’s new administrative building.
The event took place at 5 Shoreham Drive, next to the Aviva Centre and York University.
As a board member of the To...
An Emery legend in the making
By Sean Delaney
Christian Springett is setting new standards for sprinting in Emery, and neither he, nor his family saw it coming from the soft spoken, hard working student.
“He’s an interesting kid because I never knew he could run, that he was fast,” said his father Robert. “We never knew...
The Future Looks Bright - Make Your Future
By Melissa Green
Approximately 250 local students, employers, exhibitors, parents, sponsors, post-secondary institutions and supporters attended the first “Make Your Future” event at St. Basil-the-Great College School to hear inspirational speakers and talk about potential careers for...
Mega city election a goodbye to incumbents
By Tim Lambrinos
On Oct. 22, the City of Toronto held their municipal elections.
The Premier of Ontario, Doug Ford, trimmed the political field so that our community, and the community to our east, would be represented by a singular municipal official at City Hall. The timing of t...