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NEWSTALK1010 11h
WATCH: Mayoral candidate Faith Goldy just interrupted the first debate of the campaign. She was removed by security.
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Robert Benzie 10h
Tellingly, there was no standing ovation for Premier Doug Ford from the normally enthusiastic PC benches after he refused to denounce Faith Goldy. Many Tory MPPs looked uncomfortable with the premier's response.
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Robert Benzie 10h
Asked by the NDP to distance himself from Faith Goldy and an indignant Premier Doug Ford declines to do so.
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John Rieti 11h
Faith Goldy, not invited to today's debate, jumps on stage and is greeted with loud boos. A number of people call her racist before security takes her the off stage. Someone calls out "bye Felicia." Goldy's campaign person calls entire crowd "communists."
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David Katz Sep 23
Oh look...it's everyone's favorite local Nazi.... According to Faith, her comments about Charlottesville were over a year ago...so I'm a communist and need to grow up.
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Jake Campbell Sep 15
. is the MPP responsible for both bills attempting to reduce the size of Toronto's city council. Ask him why his provincial riding of Leeds-Grenville has 14 municipalities and a councilor for every 1000 people.
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Adam Vaughan 🇨🇦 4h
The Ford government's arbitrary and poorly executed move to cut the size of Toronto's city council has created uncertainty and confusion. Cities matter, Toronto matters, and the people of Toronto have the right to govern themselves through free and fair elections.
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Jennifer Keesmaat 3h
Tune in to the Mayoral Debate Tuesday at 4 p.m.
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Robert Benzie 6h
. on Premier Doug Ford and Faith Goldy.
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680 NEWS Toronto 5h
Toronto mayoral candidate Faith Goldy, who was not invited to participate, interrupted the ArtsVote debate held on Monday. She was removed from the stage by a police officer. READ MORE:
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Marieke Walsh 10h
In question period, NDP MPP Jill Andrew asks about Faith Goldy's appearance at Ford Fest and Ford's "defacto endorsement" of the mayoral candidate. In response the premier says the NDP have "sunk to a new low" says Ford Fest is very diverse
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Norm Wilner 11h
I am at the ArtsVote mayoral debate. Have already seen one man in a Faith Goldy shirt. This is going to be a shitshow, isn't it?
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John Tory 6h
Here's what people had to say about the debate this morning.
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John Tory 11h
Instead of talking about equity & inclusion, Ms. Keesmaat went after Smart Track again. Contrary to what she said SmartTrack is alive & digging.
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Norm Wilner 11h
Replying to @normwilner
Faith has been removed by police and security. Her people are leaving too; they were clearly just here for the stunt.
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Craig Carter-Edwards 2h
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Jennifer Keesmaat 11h
For too long, Toronto has under-invested in its arts and culture, despite the fact that it contributes $11 billion to our economy each year. My plan will double the per-capita investment in the arts within 5 years.
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John Lorinc 4h
How do you talk about someone who should be talked about because of their public activities, without falling into the carefully laid trap of providing that person with the attention they crave/seek?
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Richard Feren Sep 23
The worst thing about Doug Ford being elected Ontario Premier is it vindicates the odious behaviour of Rob & Doug Ford from their reign at Toronto city hall, in the eyes of supporters, and emboldens their two-bit criminal associates to run for office themselves.
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Jennifer Hollett 7h
I still can't get over this. I keep thinking about it. Ontario Municipal Affairs Minister Steve Clark's riding has 96 councillors. Ninety Six. And they represent 70,000 people.
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