Remembering Ron Moeser. On behalf of CCRA, my condolences to the family and friends of Councillor Ron Moeser. He was a strong supporter of the local community associations in his ward. His passion for the environment inspired residents and led to the preservation and creation of many wonderful green spaces for our community to enjoy. More
We live in a beautiful part of Toronto here in the Centennial community. Going for walks around our quiet neighbourhood, often on tree-canopied streets, really brings home how lucky we are. A neighbour who has lived here for more than 50 years shared her delight about this lovely community, which has changed before her eyes. Forests, farms and cottages, ditches and dirt roads have given way to family homes, neighbourhoods, schools, library and parks where her children played soccer and canoed in the Rouge. More
Ron was always very grateful, thankful and appreciative of volunteer help, so it was easy to keep coming back to help him time and time again. We even handed out campaign flyers door to door one year when my husband was wearing a foot cast, as Brian really wanted to help Ron during his run for office. More
Many people have also inquired about the process to fill the vacancy left by Councillor Moeser. The choice for Toronto City Council was to either hold a byelection or appoint someone to represent the ward for the remainder of the term. The matter came up at the council meeting on May 26 and the vote was 24-13 in favour of appointing. More
Until recently, the property southwest of Centennial Road and Lawson Road was known as Watson’s Orchard. It was originally a 50-acre parcel of land bought by John Cecil Watson and his wife Beatrice Alberta Acheson in 1921 from The Stanley Piano Company.. More
Our local refugee sponsorship group from the Port Union-Centennial neighbourhood, is calling for your support. Our goal is simple --- to provide refugees with a new home and renewed hope, one family at a time. More
Free concerts featuring Scarborough Concert Band (July 9), Climax Jazz Band (July 16), and Port United (July 23).
Celebrate Canada 150 at a Community BBQ in the park with MP Gary Anandasangaree.
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