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President's Message

 

On Thursday October 16th we will be holding our Annual General Meeting.  This will mark our 64th year since the association was formed in November 1949....Please plan to attend, give us your views, opinions and get involved.   Meet your executive and find out what they have been doing this past year.  When there are no controversial issues in a community it is easy to sit back and rely on others to get involved......Continue Reading


 

 


 

Lots of events going on

  • Saturday November 15th-Port Union Seniors Christmas Bazaar at the Port Union Community Center

  • Saturday November 15th-West Hill- Highland Creek Lions Club presents 70th Charter Anniversary at Tam Heather Curling club 730 Military Trail

  • Saturday November 15th-6th Annual Christmas Bazaar at West Hill Community Church

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Our Neighbourhood this October

  • 43 Division News

  • News from the neighbourhood

  • Youth report


  • Scarborough Waterfront Project

    Public Information Centre #1

     

    Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) has initiated a study under the Environmental Assessment Act to create a new waterfront park along the Lake Ontario shoreline from Bluffer’s Park to East Point Park in Toronto, Ontario. The vision of the Scarborough Waterfront Project is a system of linked scenic landscapes along the water’s edge providing a safe and accessible waterfront experience with opportunities to actively enjoy the outdoors, to relax and reflect, and to learn about and appreciate the natural and cultural heritage of the Bluffs...Continue reading

     


    October distribution update

    I would like to welcome all our Newsletter volunteers back from their summer vacation.  We have had a few route changes since June, but these routes have been filled by new students and community volunteers.

    The CCRA executive would like to thank all 132 volunteers for their help in delivering the Newsletter.

    Ralph Jeffers, Newsletter distribution

    416 284 9576


    Rouge National Urban Park

     

    Following the release by Parks Canada of the Rouge National Urban Park draft management plan, a lively public discussion has started. The June 2014 report was shared at a number of public meetings, including one held September 10 at Royal Canadian Legion Branch 58. The plan generated concerns among many who attended.

     

    Ontario Infrastructure Minister Brad Duguid has stated that the province would not hand over 5,400 acres of land it owns, stretching from Lake Ontario to Markham, unless there is a strengthening of Bill C-40, the Rouge Urban Park Act. 

     

    Duguid’s view is shared by a coalition of environmental groups. In a letter to Leona Aglukkaq, Federal Minister of the Environment, a coalition from Environmental Defence, Ontario Nature, David Suzuki Foundation, Canada Park and Wilderness Society Wildlands League, Nature Canada, Friends of the Rouge Watershed, Sierra Club Canada Foundation and Save the Oak Ridges Moraine Coalition wrote to express serious concern that the draft federal legislation does not provide adequate protection for the ecological values of Rouge Park.

     

    They have requested that Bill C-40 be amended and cite a legal review which concluded that Bill C-40 affords significantly weaker natural environment protection than either the Canada National Parks Act or Ontario’s Provincial Parks and Conservation Reserves Act.

     

    In response, Parks Canada has released a fact sheet stating that Parks Canada will meet and exceed Ontario’s protection of the Rouge, providing a list of points that compare current Provincial protection to the proposed Federal legislation. Aglukkaq responded that Rouge National Urban Park must be governed in a unique way because of its urban setting.

     

    Parks Canada is inviting public feedback on the draft management plan, and MPs will be debating Bill C-40 in the House of Commons this fall. There is still time to provide input.

     

    For more information:

    Parks Canada website:  www.pc.gc.ca/eng/progs/np-pn/cnpn-cnnp/rouge/index.aspx

    Rouge National Park Friends: rougenationalparkfriends.com



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    Reports from our Elected Representatives

     

    >Corneliu Chisu MP, Pickering Scarborough East

    Posted Oct 2014

    >Tracy MacCharles,MPP Pickering-Scarborough East.

    Posted Sept 2014

    >Ron Moeser, Councillor

    Ward 44

    Posted June 2014

    >Jerry Chadwick, TDSB Trustee Ward 22 Scarb. E.

    Posted June 2014 

    >Garry Tanuan, Trustee TCDSB Ward 8

    Posted Oct 2013

     

     

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    The Centennial Community & Recreation Association’s purpose is to further and promote the welfare of the residents of the Centennial Community and its environs and to establish co-operation, good will and mutual respect among the residents.  Funding will be provided to those residents or organizations of the community who, in the sole discretion of the Association, promote and support those goals through their actions.

     

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