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The Etobicoke Service Centre commitment to service has allowed them to establish and grow their business in the Village of Islington for over 30 years. Bill, the business owner takes pride in putting his customers first, evident in the hundreds of positive reviews....
New sidewalks mean that people are actually walking through in Six Points, something that just wouldn’t have happened before due to the chaos of the road design. Now with the construction redesign project that’s created new sidewalks, the community has become much more walkable.
Inspired by completing two grand tours in the United States, motorcycle rally organiser, Wolfe Bonham, owner of Lobo Loco Rallies, introduced a home-grown rally to Ontario that runs from April 1 to October 31st. Canadian riders hit the open roads to collect photos,...
Want to explore the murals of the Village of Islington? Toronto.com has an interactive map to help show you where the murals are, and a brief story behind each mural
Construction is underway to fix the Spaghetti Junction. Find the footage from the CTV team covering the project.
It’s one of the most confusing intersections in Toronto but it’s about the change. CityNews reporter Shauna Hunt has the details.
Toronto takes note of the so-called “Spaghetti Junction” and does something about it. The $45 Million dollar project aims to improve the community and is expected to completed by 2020.
The VIllage of Islington’s mural tour was a part of the 2016 Doors Open event for the City of Toronto.
How do you build a community that feels as close-knit as a small village but with the conveniences of a city? That’s the goal behind Islington Terrance.