The Park Royal Community Association hopes you and your loved ones are doing okay and staying safe. We are reaching out to share several resources that may be useful to you.  We would like to emphasize the importance of staying connected, reaching out, helping each other, and lending a hand. Please do not hesitate to […]

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In the mid-afternoon on Thursday, May 21, 2020, Elvis arrived in his minivan, pulled out his large speakers out of the van and began belting his greatest hits to the residents and staff at Sheridan Villa Long Term Care Centre. During the performance, Elvis gave a special shout out to the dedicated COVID-19 floor of […]

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On Tuesday, November 19, 2019, over 1,000 pounds of food was collected from 22 households in Park Royal to donate food and toiletries to The Compass Food Bank in Port Credit. Residents notified the Park Royal Community Association of their generous intention to donate and volunteers drove and collected bags of donations from their front […]

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Tim Horton’s cups and lids, bags of dog poop, Styrofoam, yogurt containers, food wrappers, roof shingles, car parts, and children’s underwear are just some of the items collected by the community volunteers at the 2019 Park Royal Community Clean Up on April 27, 2019. It was a cold late April morning, with temperatures barely above […]

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In the morning of Friday, December 7, 2018 a passerby near Meadows Park found the body of  a male 14-year-old Clarkson Secondary School student. Peel Police are investigating his death as a homicide. This tragic event has stunned and saddened the community. Members of the community wishing to express their sadness and to remember the […]

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The first-ever community-wide Yard Sale will be happening this Saturday, June 16, 2018 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. throughout Park Royal. The main site is the Park Royal Bible Church at 2400 Truscott Drive where there will be over 15 vendors. Mini-Skool at 2488 Bromsgrove Road and Sheridan United Church will also be having […]

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The 13th Annual Spring Garden Tour for the Canadian Cancer Society included three gardens in Park Royal in their tour of eleven gardens throughout Clarkson on May 27, 2018. The self guided tour in Park Royal included gardens on Bushland Crescent, Constable Road, and Epton Crescent by residents John Hoby, Tamara Williams, and Richard and […]

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