Maryvale Community Association (MCA)

Our Association's mission is to cultivate informed residents through active involvement in Maryvale and enhance our environment, with a harmonious community voice.

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Next Community Meeting

Tuesday, Mar 7,2023 7pm-8pm - Location: Maryvale Public Library @ Parkway Mall in their new location where Shoppers Drug Mart was.

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Maryvale Events

Maryvale Public Library @ Parkway Mall is re-opening on Monday September 12th!

Letter from Daily Bread Food Bank

Hello ​,

My name is Laura from the Daily Bread Food Bank, and I’m reaching out because we need YOUR help to fight hunger this Thanksgiving season!

Although COVID restrictions have been lifted and life is slowly returning to a new norm, rising food, gas and housing costs are leaving many people in Toronto in a state of crisis. Over the past year, there were 1.45 million visits to food banks across the Toronto – the highest number ever recorded in the city’s history. And just this past June, we set a single-month record, with 171,000 client visits.

Your help is critical to help ensure that individuals and families experiencing hunger across the city can continue to access fresh, nutritious food this fall and winter.

We’re looking for people like you to rally their neighbours to help us collect 336,000 lbs of food and raise $3 million for our Thanksgiving Drive. Whether you organize a food drive or start an online fundraiser (or both!), we’ll provide you with the tools, information, and support you need to run a successful campaign.

Do you have what it takes to become a Community Champion this Thanksgiving?

Visit our website at to register today.

Questions? Contact my colleague Michelle at or 647-951-8218.

Thank you for your support.


Scarborough Events

Neighbourhood Links

Maryvale Public Library:

Maryvale Softball:

Maryvale Tennis:

City of Toronto

Toronto Snow Clearing Plan:

Toronto Police Services: Know Your Rights Informational Video

Maryvale is part of City Ward 21

Councillor: Deputy Mayor Michael Thompson

Councillor Website

Scarborough Centre - Ward 21 Website

Community Updates

Keep Our Environment Clean

Waste Wizard - City of Toronto

Keep our neighbourhood parks and streets clean.

Interesting Facts

It takes 1 month for a paper bag to decompose.

It takes 2 months for cardboard to decompose.

It takes 10 to 12 months for cigarette butts to decompose.

It takes 50 years for foam plastic cups to decompose.

It takes 400 years for plastic bottles to decompose,

It takes 200 to 1000 years for plastic bottles to decompose.