On behalf of CCRA, I would like to express our deepest sympathies to the family, friends and staff of Ward 44 Councillor Ron Moeser. While serving as councillor for over 25 years, Ron‘s passion for the environment shaped our community. He advocated for the creation of the Rouge National Urban Park and the Port Union Waterfront. Thanks to Ron, our community will enjoy these natural spaces for generations. Over the last couple of years, I was privileged to serve on the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority along with Councillor Moeser. I was always impressed by his thoughtful questions, and by his ardent support for the environment. We will keep you apprised of memorial plans and will run a feature on Councillor Moeser in the next issue of our community newspaper, CCRA Centennial News.
By Denise Bacon
CCRA Membership Chair
Did you know that the CCRA is one of the oldest continuing community organizations in the GTA? This year the CCRA will be 68 years young!
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We are part of a beautiful and safe part of Toronto, thanks to CCRA members who support the preservation, development and improvement of our Centennial community here in Scarborough More
“I expect to pass through this world but once. Any good thing, therefore, that I can do or any kindness I can show to any fellow human being let me do it now. Let me not defer nor neglect it, for I shall not pass this way again.” More
By Janice Bennink
As survey crews begin working on the widening of Port Union Road, residents prepare for another stage in the evolution of our community. For long-time Centennial residents and homeowners Gayle and June Gibson, it’s one more snapshot seen from the corner of Lawson and Port Union Roads. More
The village of Port Union was located entirely within the Pickering Township boundaries. Its beginning was the result of the Scarborough, Pickering and Markham Wharf Company and the trade that the port brought to the area. More
An open letter to residents
By Lillian McMullin
My husband and I love living in the West Rouge – Centennial area. We want to stay here but that may be impossible. Let me explain.
We moved here 28 years ago. We looked long and hard at different locations before deciding on West Rouge. When we purchased our home, we asked the builder about future seniors’ residences. He showed us a “plan of subdivision” and pointed to the designated site for a retirement home. More
Port Union Seniors hosts its annual Spring Flea Market & Plant Sale. Come on down for the Plants, Bake Table, etc.Event details
Be among the first to visit the newly-opened Guild Inn Estate, site of the original Guild Inn. Light refreshments, Hor d’ourves, cash bar. Live Jazz.more
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