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Trustee Norm Di Pasquale TCDSB Ward 9 15h
Actually the government can fund school boards to any cohort level they want. It is up to you Premier Ford!
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Sandy Hudson 12h
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Trustee Norm Di Pasquale TCDSB Ward 9 Aug 4
A good plan makes one feel confident, if your plan makes you nervous, is it a good plan?
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CathyCrowe Jul 29
ZERO outbreaks in city shelters today!!🎇
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Trustee Norm Di Pasquale TCDSB Ward 9 20h
Yes, Premier Ford, it’s your school-reopening plan | TVO
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John Lorinc Aug 3
In honour of Canada’s most non-sensical holiday Monday. . (H/t to a twitterless FB friend.)
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Trustee Norm Di Pasquale TCDSB Ward 9 Aug 4
So who does the buck stop with here? 🤷🏻‍♂️ Sounds like the finger pointing is already starting.
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Trustee Norm Di Pasquale TCDSB Ward 9 15h
Sign Now: Ontario needs a better back to school plan |
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Social Planning Toronto Aug 4
Canada’s retirement income security system has been (rightly) praised for reducing , esp. for women. But this success story obscures the current reality in diverse Toronto, where over 1 in 6 seniors live in poverty. Our new report:
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Canadian Crown 🇨🇦 Aug 3
Happy Simcoe Day! Lt. Governor John Graves Simcoe was the King’s representative in Upper Canada (Ontario). In 1793, he initiated the end of slavery, making Upper Canada the first British colony to abolish the slave trade.
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Nick Falvo Aug 2
Toronto COVID cases highly correlated with income and race.
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Paul Di Prospero Aug 2
💯👇. The city has been alive with outdoor dining, active streets, and people reconnecting with their local neighborhoods. Post covid - we need to make some of these changes permanent and always remember the value of shopping and living local.
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Jared Kolb 22h
Here's how I found the temporary barriers on Woodfield this morning. And how I left them. Until we get more permanent materials, happy to dance with my neighbour.
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John Bowker Aug 2
Astonishing. COVID-19 hit wealthier Toronto neighbourhoods first, as people returned from the US & UK. Then it spread to poorer neighbourhoods, where it hit harder and longer
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Kristine Hubbard 20h
With thousands of taxis parked since March, not only does our greedy city not reduce the fees, they are now applying late payment charges for unpaid renewals. 1 year for a taxi/vehicle - $1,130.00 plus driver licence fees. Uber/Lyft vehicles aren't even licensed.
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Trustee Norm Di Pasquale TCDSB Ward 9 Jul 28
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Lorrie Goldstein 24h
City of Toronto staff member stabbed at interim housing apartment
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The People's Pantry Aug 4
The People's Pantry is a volunteer-run community meal program providing free hot meals and grocery care packages across Toronto & the GTA to those impacted by . ✅ Free of charge. ✅ No questions asked. ✅ No fixed address required.
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Riley Peterson Aug 2
Lockdown worked for the rich, but not for the poor. The untold story of how COVID-19 spread across Toronto, in 7 graphics. A tale of two cities.
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Trustee Norm Di Pasquale TCDSB Ward 9 Jul 31
Lecce on now. Reporter says Lecce pledged to spend whatever it took to make people safe. This plan doesn’t do that, no cohorts of 15 at elementary. Why?
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