By Alyssa Bravo Tucked into the corner of Scarborough Town Centre, AtEaze is a definitively small store. However, it makes up for its smaller scale with eye-catching visuals designed to draw in anyone walking by. The mannequins in the front window are dressed in colour-coordinated outfits; they’re accented with matching duffel bags and backpacks and…
In an area blanketed by car repair shops and dealerships in southern Scarborough, AJS stands out as a new, barely two-years-old family business. Picilaidis got into car sales after a recent career change. He says their passion is giving back to the community.
How two sisters in Scarborough are fostering community, one custom creation at a time.
Devin Blake is the owner of ‘Class One Record’, a record store in Scarborough that has been open for 20 years.
Birchcliff Bluffs United Church is home to one of the only safe spaces identified for LGBTQ2+ youth in all of Scarborough, Ont.
“I only use Tai Chi to defend against old age”
After his military career in Afghanistan, Marshal Omar now runs a prosperous pizza place keeping the promise he made to his family.
Scarborough transit has failed to improve or change to reflect the hardships its residents have had to encounter from inefficient transit for decades. Now, with multiple transit projects being proposed there is potential for improvement. However, only one of the proposed projects is underway.
In 1994, Sally Chau emmigrated from Hong Kong to Toronto, and the last 25 years of her life have been about her children, her triumphs and a small flower shop in Scarborough.