• Port Union Mural Launch

    On Thursday September 8th, First Nations educator Patrick Nadjiwon opened the celebration of the new Port Union-Rouge Park mural with a smudging ceremony to purify and remove negative energy from the space. Right, community residents gathered to celebrate the official mural launch. Come and view our mural opposite the Port Union Community Centre. More

  • Summer Concert Series

    On Sunday July 10th, the Scarborough Concert Band was enjoyed by a large audience at the first free Sunday evening concert of the summer series co-sponsored by the CCRA and held at the Port Union Community Centre. More

  • Heritage Day Exotic Birds

    The Highland Creek Heritage Day each June is partly sponsored by CCRA and includes a parade, food and entertainment all day.
    Photo: Pickart Photography

  • Port Union Waterfront Trail

    Ribbon cutting at the opening of the Port Union Waterfront Trail, June 2013

  • Port Union Village

    Close to nature, living near the waterfront at Port Union Village

  • Charlottetown Park

    Centennial's parks are enjoyed in all seasons

Welcome to the CCRA

President's Message

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Jennifer McKelvie

Come to our Annual General Meeting and get involved!

Make sure to come out to our Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Wednesday, October 26, 7:30 p.m. at the West Rouge Community Centre to learn more about CCRA and how you can get involved! All members can vote at our AGM. You can renew your membership at the meeting.

CCRA is entirely dependent on volunteers to carry out our three main activities:

Keeping you Informed. CCRA volunteers write about the issues that matter to our Centennial community every month in our newspaper. Please contact us if you are interested in advertising in our newspaper or interested in submitting a story.
Representing your interests. CCRA volunteers represent your interests at stakeholder meetings and environmental assessment submissions. We have volunteers following the waterfront trail extension, Metrolinx’s third rail plans, housing developments and serving on the police liaison committee.
Organizing community events. CCRA provides funding to many local community events and our volunteers work tirelessly to make them happen. Events we support include Winterfest, our Spring Social, Port Union Waterfront Festival, Heritage Festival and the Summer Concerts.

We need volunteers to fill the following vacancies on our executive! Please consider getting involved in:

Newsletter Distribution


Youth representative


Community Updates

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Looking after our waterfront means finding the right balance
Toronto’s waterfront needs to be looked after in ways that respect and protect the significant natural and cultural features of the Bluffs. More

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Metrolinx design for third track between Guildwood and Pickering
A public meeting was held at the Scarborough Village Community Centre on Sept. 21 as part of the Metrolinx plan to add a third track between the Guildwood and Pickering GO stations and electrify the operation of the trains. More

Ralph Jeffers – community connector

CCRA has benefited from the hard work of dozens of volunteers over its 66 years, but few have contributed as much energy and goodwill as Ralph Jeffers, distribution coordinator of CCRA News. More


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CCRA Annual General Meeting

Wednesday, October 26 7:30 pm at West Rouge Community Centre More



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Centennial Park Plaza Mural Opening Ceremony and Celebration

First Nations educator Patrick Nadjiwon concludes a smudging ceremony with Mural Routes Executive director Karin Eaton to open the Port Union-Rouge Park Mural. CCRA was the lead partner in bringing the mural to our community. Mural Details


Name our community mural
CCRA residents have a chance to submit names for the new mural. It will be chosen by the artists at Blinc Studios and a committee from CCRA. More


Join CCRA and strengthen the Centennial community.

Your membership fee of $15 helps to support all of our community programs.
Join online or download the membership form. What your membership does.


  • 21
    St. Dunstan of Canterbury Pub Night

    Tickets are $15 (Advance sales only) and include a meal of meat pies, potatoes, veggies and cake. There will be draws, trivia and bingo

  • 15
    Probus Club of Scarborough Tuesday

    Talk by Jason Ramsey Brown, author of Toronto's Ravines and Urban Forests who has photographed and written about Toronto ravines for a variety of publications. All welcomeMore

More events...


  • The Heather Lemieux Team
  • Jill's Team
  • Sophia Tan
  • Maie Kim Realtor
  • Guildwood Physiotherapy
  • Husband for Hire
  • Port Union Dental Care

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