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Malvern is located in the northeast corner of [[Scarborough]], [[Ontario]]. There are over 60 different cultures represented in Malvern, with the most dominant ethnic groups being people of Black Canadian and South Asian background. It has the highest concentration of young people in Canada. Although Malvern is known as a community plagued with violence, conditions in the community have been improving following "Project Impact", where hundreds of officers from the Greater [[Toronto]] Area swooped down on known associates of the [[Malvern Crew]] street gang in early morning raids across the city on May 12, 2004. During the raids, 71 warrants were executed resulting in the arrest of 65 people.
 
Malvern is located in the northeast corner of [[Scarborough]], [[Ontario]]. There are over 60 different cultures represented in Malvern, with the most dominant ethnic groups being people of Black Canadian and South Asian background. It has the highest concentration of young people in Canada. Although Malvern is known as a community plagued with violence, conditions in the community have been improving following "Project Impact", where hundreds of officers from the Greater [[Toronto]] Area swooped down on known associates of the [[Malvern Crew]] street gang in early morning raids across the city on May 12, 2004. During the raids, 71 warrants were executed resulting in the arrest of 65 people.
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Revision as of 20:52, 7 January 2007

Malvern is located in the northeast corner of Scarborough, Ontario. There are over 60 different cultures represented in Malvern, with the most dominant ethnic groups being people of Black Canadian and South Asian background. It has the highest concentration of young people in Canada. Although Malvern is known as a community plagued with violence, conditions in the community have been improving following "Project Impact", where hundreds of officers from the Greater Toronto Area swooped down on known associates of the Malvern Crew street gang in early morning raids across the city on May 12, 2004. During the raids, 71 warrants were executed resulting in the arrest of 65 people.


R.I.P. BLU R.I.P. AUNTIE JEAN