Winner in Eglinton-Lawrence commits to resolving transit headaches

The Liberal victor in Monday night’s federal election vote in the Eglinton-Lawrence riding reaffirmed his commitment to public transit in the constituency. In a tight race with the Conservative Joe Oliver, on Oct.19, Marco Mendicino came out the winner, accumulating nearly 50 per cent of the riding’s votes, according to the CBC’s Canada Votes website. Oliver garnered just over 41 per cent, while the NDP candidate Andrew Thomson attracted just over six per cent.

Subway, not light rail, the solution to Scarborough traffic

The only thing a Torontonian fears more than the number “401” is a red weather advisory bar at the bottom of the morning news screen. Tens of thousands of Scarborough commuters have no choice but to face the sleet, ice, and snow of Toronto life. Toronto’s population grows at a rate of 0.4 per cent […]