Paul Ainslie  






Guildwood Village Community Association
The Guild Renaissance Group (GRG)
Friends of Elizabeth Simcoe Park
Friends of Guild Park & Gardens

Area: south of Kingston Road/CN Rail, west of Morningside Avenue, east of Markham Road

The Guild Alive with Culture Arts Festival Please mark your calendar!!
Saturday July 27 – Sunday July 28!  Festival website for updates.
Volunteers are needed! Email:

Safety in our Community
The tragic loss of a young life in our community has been difficult for all of us to comprehend.  My thoughts are prayers are with the Bowler Family for the loss of their son. The police and school are working together and need any assistance which can be offered. If you have any information to share please contact 43 Division at 416-808-4300.  If your child needs assistance please speak to their school as grief support can be sought. 

Guildwood Day
The annual Guildwood Day parade will be held on Saturday, June 1, 2019 at 10:00 AM. The parade occurs along Guildwood Parkway and will be followed by activities at Sir Wilfrid Laurier Collegiate.

Councillor Paul Ainslie Town Hall for the Guildwood Community
I would like to thank everyone that came out to my Town Hall meeting on April 25th at St. Ursula Catholic School.  A number of matters were raised regarding sidewalks issues on Dale Avenue, parking on Livingston Road and Guildwood Parkway, the Scarborough subway, the Eglington East LRT, as well as crime in the community. 

New Guild Park and Gardens Park Sign
The new sign with the official park name "Guild Park and Gardens" has been installed at the entrance of the park.

Traffic Control Signals: Morningside Avenue at Cumber Avenue/Fordover Drive
This item was heard at the April 24th, 2019 Scarborough Community Council meeting. The installation of traffic control signals at the intersection of Morningside Avenue and Cumber Avenue/Fordover Drive where it was approved. It still needs final approval by Toronto City Council. Thank you for the support. Find details here.

Spring Planting Plan: South Marine Park
Urban Forestry staff will be planting native trees and shrubs in South Marine Park. These plantings are intended to increase the urban tree canopy, improve biodiversity, and will serve to repopulate the native plant community following ash tree removal as a result of the Emerald Ash Borer. See this map for more details.

Toronto Sewer Rehabilitation Programs on Dearham Wood and Schubert Drive
The City will be undertaking sewer rehabilitation.  This work involves the inspections of the main sewers and lateral sewers.  For each segment of sewer, the work should take up to 10 hours depending on the length of the sewer pipe being inspected. The contractor will inform homeowners and/or residents about specific dates and type of work with at least 48 hours in advance.



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