Paul Ainslie  






Our area of Scarborough has many active associations which perform a wide range of functions. Not only do they protect the interests of residents, but they also organize many fun and worthwhile activities. Examples include seniors trips, community picnics and organizing neighbourhood sports. 

I work  closely with all of the local community associations. I do my best to regularly attend community association’s meetings to more effective in meeting the needs of our community.

If you live in the areas described below, please join one of the associations and support our community.  Some groups have included their telephone numbers; for others please send me an email with your information and we'll put you in touch: click here

Cedar Ridge / Community News
Area: the single family residential area south of Lawrence, east of Markham, north of the railway tracks, west of Highland Creek.

Curran Hall / Community News /
Area: the residential area south of Ellesmere, east of Scarborough Golf Club Road, west of Highland Creek, north of Lawrence

Guildwood Village / Community News / - - The Guild Renaissance Group
Area: the residential area south of Kingston Road, west of Grey Abbey Ravine, east of Bellamy Ravine Creek 

Seven Oaks / Community News
Area: the residential area north of Ellesmere, east of Highland Creek, west of Morningside, south of Highway 401

Coronation and West Hill / Community News -
Area: the residential area north of Kingston Road, west of Morningside Rd.  south of Morningside Park, east of Galloway Road

The Residents Rising Community Association / Community News

Mornelle Court Resident's Action Coalition / Community News



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