More than 100 people at a town hall meeting on March 26 opposed Premier Doug Ford’s plans for the province to take over the TTC.
Two women of very different backgrounds and political affiliations are prepping their campaigns in an attempt to beat the thrice elected incumbent in the coming June elections.
An online petition started by local representatives to stop anti-abortion material using graphic images has more than 2,000 signatures so far.
EY councillor and MPP band together to combat rent control loophole.
More than 1,000 people gathered on Gerrard Street E. and Coxwell Avenue on Jan. 30 after six people were killed and others injured in the Quebec City mosque shooting the day before.
Pressured by low approvals and a recent bi-election defeat, Kathleen Wynne used Monday’s throne speech to announce an HST rebate off all hydro bills.
For Ashley Stolk, Ontario’s new health and physical education curriculum came too late. “My mom was never open with me about intercourse,” Stolk said. In 2008, Stolk, then 17, gave birth to her daughter Hailey….
He has been knocking on doors for years. He knows his pitch very well by now. As he approaches one of the doorsteps at Roxton Road, in Little Italy, he gently knocks on a door and patiently waits for someone to open the door. “Hi there, I’m sorry to bother you,” he said. “My name is Mike Layton, I’m running to be your city councillor. I’m just coming by to say hello and see if there are any issues on your mind.”
The bright lights, the loud camaraderie, the flowing booze and the clamour of the slot machine soon became Roberto Rossi’s* new home, and he loved it. “To my astonishment, I found myself enjoying it and it was really exciting,” Rossi said. “Ladies would serve you drinks. There were lights, bells, trinkets, noise if someone won, and people yelling. They made the atmosphere conducive for you to really have a good time.”
The new MP for Toronto-Danforth credits the youth vote for his victory Monday night. The Opera House on Queen Street East in Toronto was packed with New Democratic Party (NDP) supporters, Monday night, to celebrate Craig Scott’s victory in the federal byelection; he earned just short of 60 per cent of the vote. Runner up, Grant Gordon of the Liberal party earned just under 30 per cent of the votes.