Nothing brings a community together like knowing what’s going on in the area. And that’s exactly what DUKE News provides. DUKE News is your source for the latest updates in our community on everything from TTC and Metrolinx construction, beautification projects, events and more.You will also find helpful tips, tricks, programs and more in our Small Business Help segment. Or get the latest updates from our City Councillor, Anthony Perruzza in the Councillor’s Corner.

DUKE News is published here on our website, as well as it is printed in local community papers Snapd North York and the Downsview Advocate. You can also receive the latest news and discounts straight to your inbox by signing up for our monthly e-newsletter.

May 5, 2016

DUKE Heights 2016 Survey


The BIA is undertaking a business survey of our area in order to better understand what your priorities are. The resulting updated members list would also allow us to update you regarding activities the BIA has undertaken, receive...

April 8, 2016

What’s Happening – Keeping things moving.


There is a GO Train station on Canarctic Drive that Metrolinx has scheduled to close after next year. Their rationale is that a new station is being built on Sheppard and Chesswood, where the new subway line will intersect the Barrie...

March 29, 2016

Councillors Corner – Environment Day


Councillor Anthony Perruzza’s Environment Day is on April 2, 2016. Our local Environment Day at Black Creek Pioneer Village is a popular annual event for those who love gardening and/or are looking to declutter by donating and...

March 29, 2016

Small Business Help – Skills for Change


Helping Businesses Hire The Right People. Skills for Change Employment Ontario offers FREE Corporate Recruitment Services. They help businesses compete in the increasingly global marketplace by recruiting from a diverse pool of...

February 29, 2016

What’s Happening!

Members Updates, News

The area between Dufferin and Keele, and Steels and Sheppard is undergoing a seismic shift. The old industrial heartland of Toronto is slowly emerging as the hyper-connected new economic hub of the city. Here are a few things that are...