Warden Woods Community Centre works with and for Southwest Scarborough community members to meet the needs and interests of residents and visitors of all ages.

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Winterville, Georgia - May 16, 2020: During the COVID-19 pandemic volunteers wearing protective masks and gloves distribute pre-paid orders at a customer drive-up at the Marigold Market in Pittard Park. A full opening for the new weekly community market is on hold until shelter-in-place restrictions are lifted.

Land Acknowledgement

Warden Woods Community Centre sites occupy land in Scarborough that have been the home of Indigenous peoples long before European colonization.

The territory of what is known today as Toronto is encompassed by the One Dish, One Spoon Wampum Belt Covenant, a mutual agreement between nations for sharing and caring for land and resources.

Toronto is covered by Treaty 13, and Scarborough is covered by the Williams Treaties, and as such we are all treaty people.

We recognize that Indigenous nations including The Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabek, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples have inherent communal rights to the occupation and use of this land as sovereign nations.

Scarborough is currently home to Indigenous people, languages, and cultures from across the globe.

Our organization is committed to activating the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Calls to Action, and to supporting work to uphold Indigenous rights to land, resources, and sovereignty.

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