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Cynthia Mulligan
journalist, political junkie, Citynews, Toronto. Got a story? Email me at cynthia.mulligan@citynews.rogers.com
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CityNews Toronto 34m
Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott will be making their announcements at the same time in their home ridings of Vancouver-Granville and Markham-Stouffville.
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Cynthia Mulligan 4h
Ontario's big city Mayors, representing 28 municipalities (& majority of voters) join together to ask province to pause retroactive funding cuts and Bill 108 - ie changes to development charges (which developers pay to offset cost of growth) and a return to old OMB rules
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Cynthia Mulligan 4h
An IPSOS poll today finds honeymoon in "rear view mirror" for Ford Government. It's not as dire as Mainstreet's poll yesterday but IPSOS finds the 3 main parties tied & support for Doug Ford low @ only 30%. This is now 5th poll showing PC's losing support due to cuts
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Cynthia Mulligan 5h
Read this thread, guaranteed to make you smile.
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Cynthia Mulligan 20h
That is a spectacular head!!! Keep on kicking that beast, you got this 💪
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NEW: Mainstreet Research poll finds Ford government has “collapsed” with PC’s slipping to third in popularity and Premier’s ratings have slipped below Kathleen Wynne’s at the end of her tenure.
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Marieke Walsh May 23
Ontario's integrity commissioner says he has found insufficient grounds to conduct an inquiry into , following a complaint from
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CityNews Toronto May 22
Premier Doug Ford, in a one-on-one interview with , responds to a financial watchdog report that says the province will have to reduce spending to record lows and make billions more in cuts to balance Ontario's budget
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Richard Southern May 22
City of Toronto starts a website it calls “Stop the Cuts” to push back against Ford government budget cuts.
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Tina Yazdani May 21
The crowd boos as Premier takes the stage at . This is the 1st full day of the massive tech conference & industry leaders are unhappy with his government’s decision to cut $24 million in funding for artificial intelligence research.
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CityNews Toronto May 21
The province is offering a financial audit to help large municipalities and school boards find savings – something Mayor Tory calls a PR stunt. with the latest in the budget battle between the city and the Ford government.
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Cynthia Mulligan May 21
Christine was a beautiful person, this is so painfully sad. My deepest condolences.
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Cynthia Mulligan May 21
I asked the Premier why he didn’t give municipalities like toronto any notice that the cuts were coming until after budgets were set - his answer - they should have seen it coming after the fall economic statement
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Cynthia Mulligan May 21
When asked by ⁦⁩ about latest dismal polls Premier answers the only poll that counts is the one on Election Day
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Cynthia Mulligan May 21
Premier Ford announces he will provide $7.3 million to large municipalities for independent auditors to go through their books line by line to find 4% efficiencies. (Mayor Tory has already dismissed this as a PR stunt)
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Cynthia Mulligan May 21
Premier Ford gets applause as he is introduced to Whitby and Greater Oshawa Chamber of Commerce and Ajax Pickering Board of Trade. He starts saying Ontario has “finally turned a corner.”
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Cynthia Mulligan May 21
Premier Ford will be speaking to the media in less than an hour and is sure to be asked about this -- and the Environics poll that suggests 75% of Ontarians think his government is on the wrong track.
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Robert Benzie May 21
NEW: poll suggests 75 per cent of Ontarians think Premier Doug Ford’s government is on the “wong track” while 24 per cent believe it is on the “right track.”
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Cynthia Mulligan May 17
So very proud of you but also (selfishly) so very sad to see you leave our City family. We’ve grown a lot together over the last 17 years. I will miss our daily editorial discussions and debates. 🙂
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CityNews Toronto May 17
“I truly believe public safety is at risk:” Union representing city’s paramedics sounds alarm over province’s move to freeze funding – something the city says translates to a $3.8 million shortfall.
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