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COMMUNITY SERVICES | Working with Scarborough residents to build strong and healthy communities

Bay Mills Hub and Steeles/L'Amoreaux Engagement

Bay Mills Hub

Located at 365 Bay Mills Blvd, the hub offers a variety of services and supports for those residents living in and around the 365 Bay Mills community. Specific programs and services vary and range from senior, youth and children supports, to cooking and community events. During the pandemic, the space has been offering a variety of food access programs, and engagement initiatives. For more information, call 416-342-1527. 


Our Strong Neighbourhoods Steeles-L'Amoreaux

ANC works with residents to promote positive changes in their community through the development of a community vision and supporting residents in the implementation of an annual action plan to reach that vision. This has resulted in a variety of resident led projects that are working on programming, safety, education, food security and much more. ANC’s have also implemented Resident Action Grants where money is made available to resident led projects. In this past year RAGS continued to support projects such as a Sewing group, a knowledge sharing trip to Niagara Falls and a sports club. Hundreds of Residents have also been actively involved in the Poverty Reduction Talks happening across the City.

For more information, contact Pramila Javaheri at 416-419-3456 or email


Fatima Abdille: Placement student of ANC Steeles-L’Amoreaux and resident of the community

“Every child, regardless of their social location deserves to have the opportunity to be involved in their community engagement. My experience in both Silver Spring Park Reading Circle and Beyond Academics has taught me so far that in order for me to create social change and empower these children; I need to be more proactive in the solution.”



Steeles L’Amoreaux Strength in Partnership


Steeles L’Amoreaux Strength in Partnership (SSIP) is a group of organizations and residents that works to strengthen the Steeles L’Amoreaux neighbourhood and make it a better place to live. The group was formed in 2006.

Steeles L’Amoreaux is bound by Steeles Ave. E. to the north, Sheppard Ave. E. to the south, Victoria Park Ave. to the west and Kennedy Rd. to the east.


History of SSIP

SSIP started as a group called the Steeles L’Amoreaux Neighbourhood Action Partnership (SL NAP). It was formed after Steeles L’Amoreaux became a ‘priority neighbourhood’ under Toronto’s original Strong Neighbourhood Strategy in 2005. In 2013 the NAP changed its name to Steeles L’Amoreaux Strength in Partnership (SSIP) with more emphasis on being a community-driven network, SSIP began looking for more residents to get involved.

Though Steeles L’Amoreaux is no longer a ‘priority neighbourhood’ under the current Toronto Strong Neighbourhood Strategy 2020, there’s still lots of opportunity to strengthen community building.


SSIP works to

  • Address community issues and challenges
  • Connect residents with resources such as programs and services in the neighbourhood
  • Strengthen residents' voice in shaping the community

For more information, contact the Hub Supervisor at 416-292-6912, exxt 301 or email



Community voices

“Having no other family in this country other than my children, the community hub became my second home.”
Fatima Abdille, Steeles-L'Amoreaux, June 2015

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