• We are pleased to advise that a major expansion and renovation of the Bank of Montreal Branch at Sheppard East and Glen Watford (first light east of Midland Avenue) has now been completed.

    This BMO Branch offers all banking and mortgage services - and also includes representatives from the Bank’s Nesbitt Burns investment division.

    Manager Frank Ngan and his very capable staff welcome you to drop by.

  • From January 2 to 4, 2015, the Scarborough Sharks Girls Hockey Association will present and host their 31st Annual New Year’s Classic Tournament in nearby arenas.

    Everyone is welcome and complete tournament game dates, times and other information is available at www.scarboroughsharks.com.

    Hogan Chevrolet Buick GMC is proud to sponsor this annual tournament for girls of all ages.

  • Royal Canadian Legion Branch 614, located at 100 Salome Drive, near Brimley & Sheppard, held its annual Remembrance Day service on November 11, at 7:00 p.m.

    In addition to many Branch members, those attending this moving traditional ceremony included members of the Sheppard East Village BIA and the C.D. Farquharson Community Association, as well as local MPs, MPPs and a member of City Council.

  • On Saturday October 25, Hogan’s hosted an appreciation event that recognized over 150 volunteers, from the Scarborough area, actively involved in the Pan American and Parapan American Games that will take place in Toronto (and other Ontario locations) next July.  One highlight of this event was the appearance of the Games mascot – Patchi – at Hogan Chevrolet Buick GMC, located at 5000 Sheppard Avenue East.  Chevrolet is one of the title sponsors of the 2015 Pan Am Games.    

  • Sheppard East Village BIA announced that it has agreed to help promote the Pan Am Games – one of the largest events to ever take place in Toronto and Ontario.  We will be providing some banner locations to help promote the Games in our area and we will support the Pan Am Games in other ways. 

    One great feature of the Games is the new aquatic centre at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus on Morningside, south of Highway 401. This is an invaluable nearby resource that will benefit world-class athletes and our community, for many years to come.  

  • We were pleased to learn that the Thanksgiving Food Drive at Hogan Chevrolet Buick GMC, that ended on October 10, 2014, collected over 1,100 pounds of non-perishable food and goods for the less fortunate – to be distributed through the Daily Bread Food Bank.

    Thanks go out to all of the customers, staff, suppliers and management of Hogan, who worked so hard to ensure that this year’s Food Drive would achieve this result.

  • For 4 hours on October 5, 2014, people took a no-obligation test drive and enjoyed a barbeque at Hogan Chevrolet Buick GMC – all in support of the Scarborough Sharks Girls Hockey Association. 

    Olympic Gold Medal Winner Natalie Spooner’s return to Hogan was one of the highlights of this exciting event, that raised $3,400 for the Sharks Association.

    Congratulations to Hogan for this innovative way to support local sports in our area. 

  • A highly-regarded community choir – the Amadeus Choir of Greater Toronto – has recently relocated its office to the Mandarin Shopping Centre, at 4386 Sheppard Avenue East, just west of Brimley Road.

    Lydia Adams, Musical Director and Conductor of the Amadeus Choir, also conducts the internationally- renowned Elmer Iseler Singers and was presented with the Premier’s Award for the Arts recently.