From Oct. 2018 to June 2019, journalists Anita Li and Aparita Bhandari created pop-up journalism and community engagement in Scarborough that invited locals to contribute to stories that combat stereotypes and explore issues like transit and culture. The Discourse Scarborough is now on hiatus.
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We look at the role that buses play in Scarborough, the challenges locals face in using them and possible solutions for creating a more reliable service.
“The province has the power to tell the City of Toronto whether it can or can’t build any transit,” TTC Riders’ Shelagh Pizey-Allen said about the Getting Ontario Moving Act.
Together, we’ve spotlighted diverse voices and shown our community pride. Now is the moment of truth: Is The Discourse valuable enough that you’ll pay for it?
Money from a community fundraiser will go towards opening a long-term shelter for immigrant, refugee and Muslim women in Scarborough.
Food destination and meaningful consultation tied for second place in our community vote for Scarborough Discourse.