Here’s an exciting opportunity for Grade 12 students to win up to $5,000 for their post-secondary education!
Through Credit Canada’s Credit Education Week (CEWC) contest, students are invited to share their true-life stories that answer the question: “What was the dumbest thing you ever did with your money?”
The CEWC Student Essay Contest is open to full-time Grade 12 students from across Canada.… Read More
Plans are under way to turn the old Greenbrae Circuit Parkette into a wonderful new community park.
“The old Greenbrae Parkette is used by very few people, has no playground, and has no amenities for other members of our community,” says Glenn “I have been working very hard to get enough funding to take this scruffy, old parkette and turn it into something beautiful.”
The City will be funding features such as a picnic area, a new playground with monkey bars, a gazebo, games tables, and a splash pad to cool and entertain kids on hot days.… Read More
Find out about current job openings and long-term career prospects in both manufacturing and technology at an event on Thursday, October 13, from 9:00 a.m. to noon, in the rotunda of the Scarborough Civic Centre, 150 Borough Dr.
Called “Celebrating Manufacturing and Technology in Scarborough—Opportunities for the Future,” the event is hosted by Economic Development and Culture in partnership with Toronto Employment & Social Services.… Read More
Glenn’s 13th annual Environment Day—Saturday, September 24—is a great opportunity for Scarborough Centre residents to clear their homes of unwanted items that need to be recycled, donated or disposed of safely. At Environment Day, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., the City will accept hundreds of different items, including (but not limited to) old paint, chemicals, pesticides, used cooking oil, batteries, cell phones, computers, printers, stereos, eyeglasses, medical equipment, sports equipment, CDs, books and clothing!… Read More