Monthly Archives: February 2010

What Do You Think? – Tuscany Traffic 13

Traffic safety in Tuscany – or lack thereof – seems to be a recurring and underlying theme in our community. Last week, we had three reported incidents (2 anecdotally and 1 to police and political officials) of pedestrians who were inside crosswalks in our school zones and had cars go through the crosswalks without slowing down or showing any sign that they noticed the pedestrians in the middle of crossing.

Attempted Mugging Behind Sobeys

A resident of Tuscany has let us know that at 5:30pm on February 16 in the alley behind Sobeys, a young boy of about 13 or 14 years old attempted mugging her. He demanded her purse and, when denied, he said he had a gun. The resident decided to continue to walk away and the boy left the alley. Although the resident decided not to report this to the police, we would like other residents to be aware of this incident and to take care to be aware of your surroundings. If you encounter a situation like this, be sure to phone the police immediately so they can respond right away.

Fitness Through Football Camp

Pro – football players Mike Labinjo and Pat Macdonald are hosting the first annual ‘Fitness Through Football: Youth Football Camp’. This camp is designed to create awareness amongst youth to maintain a healthy life style through exercise and proper nutrition. The game of football is a fun and rewarding way for youth to achieve a healthy lifestyle while meeting new friends. This camp will teach youth basic football drills which all football athletes use as they develop their game. This camp is ideal for youth who are interested in any team sports, best of all there is NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! We encourage both Boys and Girls to attend. The ‘Fitness Through Football Camp’ will teach the importance of teamwork and provide the youth with an opportunity to meet new friends. The cost of the camp is $85 and will be held at The Northeast Sports Center. AGES: 9 – 12 […]

Tuscany Garden Meeting a Success!

“Our meeting on February 4th for the community garden was a huge success–we had over 60 people attend! With that kind of interest, we will go forward and try to get a garden growing this summer. The next Tuscany Community Garden meeting, which will focus on possible locations for the community garden, has been set for Thursday, February 25th at 7:00 pm at the Tuscany Club. To learn more about the TCG or how to get involved, please visit the TCG blog  or send us an email.” ~Tuscany Green Team

Tuscany Soccer Registration Opens Today! 1

For parents who are looking to register their children in Tuscany’s soccer program, please go to the Sports page located on this site for lots of information. To register quickly, here is a quick link to Soccer Registration for your convenience. For general enquiries please contact . If you have any questions regarding registration please contact .