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Area: south of Lawrence, east of Markham, north of the railway tracks, west of Highland Creek.

Cedarbrae Library the list of activities

Cedarbrae Library is offering a number of workshops this month including mapping personal and community change.  The program uses collage, sound, found objects, walking/talking tours, installations and online platforms, to explore the power of map making as a communication tool. Work with artist and educator Karen Darricades to help guide and develop the workshop.

Welcome to Cedar Ridge!
Thank you to Wayne Gratton, Cedar Ridge Community Association President and Sal Haferjee, Community Volunteer and founder of the outdoor Youth Hockey League at Cornell Park, for joining me for the unveiling of the new “Welcome To Cedar Ridge” community signs.  The signs are receiving a lot of positive attention.

Cedar Ridge Studio Gallery Member's Exhibit
Exhibits and Events open to the public.

Scarborough Golf Club Road and Confederation Drive Traffic Lights
After years of advocating for the installation of traffic lights at this location, I finally received support to have the lights installed.  I have already been in contact with the appropriate City staff to have the lights in stalled in 2020.  I would like to thank all residents who called, sent in letters, and spoke at the Scarborough Community Council meeting.  Your support on this request was imperative to its success. 

Cedar Ridge Park: Trail Entrance Improvements
Urban Forestry staff will be working with the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) to improve access to the nature trails in Cedar Ridge Park.

Phase 1 with work on the Tingle Crescent and Kirker Avenue entrances is now complete. Phase 2 is set to begin in the Spring of 2020, where work will continue with the staircase, gate, and community naturalization planting. When completed residents will be able to easily access and navigate the natural surface trail system. More details here.

Confederation Park Improvements
Parks Forestry and Recreation will be hosting a community public consultation to provide details and gather your comments on the following three improvement projects for Confederation Park.  The community surrounding the park will be notified.  The improvements will begin in 2020.

  • Playground enhancements
  • Volleyball Courts and
  • Basketball courts rehabilitation

Cedar Ridge Creative Centre
225 Confederation Drive Toronto, ON, M1G 1B2
416-396-4026  Email:

Permanent art collections

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  • Cedar Ridge Park


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