The record shows the East York councillor missed just one full day of city council sessions in 2017.
Articles by Neil Powers
The VOCA Chorus of Toronto celebrated the season – and Canada’s sesquicentennial – on Dec. 9 with a magical night of song Eastminster United Church.
Unless a labour agreement is reached this weekend, post-secondary students at all of Ontario’s 24 public colleges, including Centennial College’s Story Arts Centre in East York, may soon see their classes cancelled, because of a faculty strike.
The Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) has set a strike date of Monday, October 16.
Protest in Toronto aims to highlight call for action to save Myanmar’s Rohingya minority from persecution.
About two hundred people attended a memorial Tuesday, August 8th for the founder of downtown Toronto’s homeless memorial, Bonnie Briggs. It was held at the Church of the Holy Trinity, next to Eaton Centre. That church is the site of the Homeless Memorial, which Briggs, 64, founded in 1997.
The push for tenant rights in Toronto gained momentum at a joint meeting of city council’s affordable housing and tenants issues committees.
ACORN is working to get 50,000 people to sign a petition calling for rent control for all tenants.
She talks of being about the only woman Metis french-speaking fashion designer in the country.
Don’t be surprised if you get a sense of déjà vu as the mayor and Toronto city council wrap up the budget for 2017, this week. City council finalized the budget during a meeting scheduled for Feb. 14-15. On the chopping block for budget reductions are popular public services such as library hours, childcare and the potential closing of a men’s shelter in North York for people addressing substance-abuse. They’ve all faced similar threatened cuts in previous years.