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Etobicoke Centre NDP 🏳️‍🌈🇨🇦🌹 Jul 27
This is what democracy looks like Doug. You lost the mayoral race in 2014, accept it
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Nom De Net Jul 27
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Ontario NDP Aug 2
Andrea Horwath is putting a motion on the table in Queen’s Park to stop Doug Ford’s meddling in municipal elections. MPPs, city councillors and hundreds of Torontonians gathered today speak out.
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Riley Peterson Jul 27
Do these signs get you pumped, or what? Thank you to Elda for creating these for our rally tonight! FILL COUNCIL CHAMBERS: 5pm RALLY: 6pm
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Riley Peterson Jul 27
ATTN and : here is the agenda for tonight’s rally! ❤️ We’re looking to pack Council Chambers at 5pm so if you’re around join us for that and then rally outside at 6pm with this awesome lineup of speakers!
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Chiara Padovani Jul 28
Yesterday I spoke at the rally to save our local democracy from Doug Ford. I can tell you this: and I are ready to fight for and the rest of the City of Toronto. We’re out knocking on doors right now.
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James Barrass Jul 30
$25m over four years? That's about *half a latte* per year for each elite. Ford's math hasn't got any better since he saved that $1 billion.
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Trustee Norm Di Pasquale, TCDSB Ward 9 Sep 3
From coast to coast, Ford’s council slashing plan is roundly criticized.
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Trustee Norm Di Pasquale, TCDSB Ward 9 Sep 16
A must read for those who are learning about or are still on the fence about .
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Terence Kernaghan NDP Aug 2
A Premier overriding democracy, elections, and the fact that he was supported by other elected officials is deeply disturbing.
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Rudayna Jul 27
Tiffany Ford at rally—we will not stand for this!
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nora c Jul 27
Taking the better way to with my favourite council candidate . Respect local decision making! Respect public processes! Respect democracy!
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Anita Singh Jul 27
And this is a tiny sample of the people out tonight
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Kristyn Wong-Tam Aug 29
If City of Toronto lawyers said the sky is blue and water is wet, the provincial lawyers would argue that the sky is cobalt and water is liquid for the sole purpose of avoiding agreement in their factum. Ford's legal arguments are even weaker than I thought.
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🦖 D! 🦖 Jul 31
Just found this in a drawer from six years ago. It seems so relevant again.
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Gil Meslin Jul 30
Replying to @gordperks @fordnation
Part II: Perks on Council's responsibility to Torontonians as local democracy comes under attack by .
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Mr. Toronto Lawyer Sep 10
Decision at 8:00 am in City of Toronto et al v Ontario, a challenge to Ontario's Better Local Government Act, 2018, S.O. 2018, c. 11
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Doly Begum Aug 14
Voting now on our motion to allocate time for THE PEOPLE to have their say and voice their concerns. So we can listen to what people want. Let's see if the Ford Government votes for the People to be heard or against the people.
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Karen Leslie Hall Aug 2
Lineup to get into Queens Park growing rapidly
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Larissa Hufflepuff Aug 4
I think this is a big part of the reason some are willing to see TO council halved - that average general public person doesn’t know what exactly their councillor does day-to-day.
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