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Progress Toronto 2h
Doug Ford is cutting billions from public health, which could mean the end of student nutrition programs, sexual health clinics, disease & infection outbreak prevention. Help stop these massive cuts! Learn more and sign the petition:
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Michael Coteau Apr 19
50% cut to library funding. This is so wrong. Less access to literacy and more to booze. Budget cut a sign that Doug Ford’s contempt for libraries persists
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Trustee Norm Di Pasquale, TCDSB Ward 9 Apr 19
This is the wrong response. We have to fight for publicly funded education! Going to private school further weakens public education. Parents, teachers consider private schools due to public school changes
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T.O. Resident Apr 19
Imagine a "business" where the parent company: 1) Cut salary 2) Took away safety equipment 3) Eliminated half the leaders 4) Threw away years of work on key projects 5) Cut training 6) Let disease outbreaks run rampant and, gave you a case of beer to celebrate.
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Asif Hossain Apr 18
Has anyone told him about the time Ontario singled out to cut its council size in half, weakening its ability to inform citizens, to organize larger opposition to exactly this sort of thing? He didn't have such strong words for Ontario then, did he?
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Toronto Sun 2h
Yonge-Bloor intersection closed without warning, permit, city staff say.
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Soused Bergin 22m
Trudeau running on the economic betterment of our middle class is a sad joke. Not a single policy addresses 30 years of wage stagnation or historically high household debt. He is a fraud with corporate friends who want fridges and immunity from prosecution.
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dave mitchell 3h
Cutting $1B from over 10 years is "unsound and indefensible" & will harm children and families: Powerful words from 's in opposition to Ford government's cuts. Great to see mounting defence of these services.
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Jennifer Story Apr 21
So let me get this straight: in Ontario, Tories can legislate the right to drink a buck a beer at a tailgate party at 9am but they won’t feed hungry kids breakfast?
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Tyler Watt 🇨🇦 2h
Doug Ford's government is cutting $1-billion in funding from Toronto Public Health over ten years. The chair of the Toronto Catholic District School board said this decision is “unsound and indefensible” and will harm children and families.
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George Sawision me. (master electrician) 6h
Replying to @anabailaoTO
Uh huh! In other words more condos!
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Toronto Sun 4h
From : Report blames weather for slow 311 response to complaints
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Heather e^​‑1/​x^​2 🍀 Apr 21
Replying to @andraydomise @macleans
White nationalists were up before dawn today plastering these notices in High Park.
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Jakub Pogubila 7h
How can the approve of this ..5 workers standing on the other side of the lights talking to each other,pylons all over the road ,who plans for these things and why is no one ever held accountable. this is so 3rd world countryish,4th world .
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T.O. Resident Apr 18
My wife and I had our first daughter during the H1N1 outbreak... if not for vaccinations, she would've been at risk. What is Doug Ford proposing to replace these services? Will everyone just get sick (and some die) during the next outbreak?
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August Murphy-King 7h
Replying to @august_mk
I guess this shouldn't be a surprise from the party that *checks notes* caused an e-coli outbreak that *checks notes* literally killed Ontarians.
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Progress Toronto 2h
Replying to @progresstoronto
These cuts put at risk over 600 student nutrition programs serving over 200,000 meals to hungry kids daily, daycare safety inspections, restaurant inspections, sexual health clinics, emergency response to public health threats & more. Petition:
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Jessica Bell 4h
The has 61 questions for Ford's plans- basic questions any well thought out plan would already answer. We have well-researched plans by the city already. Why should we scrap those in favor of Ford's lines on a map?
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Kristyn Wong-Tam 7h
Today's Agenda: Asian Canadian Women’s Alliance Equality Coin Launch at the 519 Board of Health Agenda briefing Meeting with Cheryll Case Meeting with Cllr Perruzza RE: Poverty Reduction 307 Sherbourne Street 333-351 King Street East public consultation
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Jakub Pogubila 7h
1 lane no construction no people ..really City of Toronto..? Get your crap together stop inconveniencing people like this. why you always have to do this to people that come work into the city. on O’Connor and st.clair ,no ones even here.
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Jim Roche 4h
Growing accumulation of garbage outside Keele Station.
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