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Alex Forgay 2m
The Toronto Youth Equity Strategy is a critical component in solving inequality, poverty, and violence in the city. But, it needs proper funding if it is to work as intended. Happy to see and push for this important initiative.
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Kristyn Wong-Tam 1m
Community leaders Sal Sabila, chair of Youth Gravity and Ismail Afrah of the Regent Park Residents Association call for a deeper look into the city's policies on access to recreation to ensure they are serving equity seeking families.
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George Sawision me. (master electrician) 24m
Replying to @TOwaroncars
Then you know it's going to get worse. These NDP councillors have no solutions and depend on staff to figure out what to do,the same ones who screwed things up
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Kristyn Wong-Tam 15m
Today I am joined by Regent Park Community Leaders and who have come to City Hall united against Gun Violence. We are calling for equitable access to recreation, including fully funding the Toronto Youth Equity Strategy (TYES):
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Kristyn Wong-Tam 6m
"We are losing too many youth... It is unacceptable," says . Enough studies, we need City Council to truly commit to the funding of the Toronto Youth Equity Strategy and its outcomes.
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George Sawision me. (master electrician) 54m
Replying to @TOwaroncars
Do you live in Toronto? do you even know who the councillors are?
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Ev Delen 1m
The solution I propose already exists in Toronto, and it would maintain the bike lanes in the expected (ie. right (and correct)) position. cc
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George Sawision me. (master electrician) 51m
Plant trees? Are you joking?
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(((B. Traven))) 17m
The universities & colleges will have a 10% cut in their receipts from tuition. Will they cut professors or top heavy management?
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George Sawision me. (master electrician) 22m
NDP are clowns! The price residents pay for their incompetence is incredible! But then again you know all about that,the public has no idea what is going on!
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George Sawision me. (master electrician) 1h
I don't think you understand what NDP policy is,even Joe thinks it's about enabling! it allows health workers to have a job,along with security crews and cleanup crews,it's not about the safety of residents
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George Sawision me. (master electrician) 1h
NDP have a way of promoting failed politicians by bragging how incompetent they really are! Oh I wonder what role media plays? ROFLMAO
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Mawubi Hargoe 🇨🇦🇮🇹🇬🇭, 6m
You'd be surprised how often this happens at the TTC with fare evasion. Daily.
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Trustee Norm Di Pasquale, TCDSB Ward 9 40m
TODAY: Register your child for school Bishop Macdonell! With a curriculum & a park designed by this school will be special! Register today @ 10AM at or St. Mary’s @ 21 Portugal Square,
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George Sawision me. (master electrician) 48m
Replying to @progresstoronto
It's time when funding for NDP groups begins! And the infighting starts! It's an election year and NDP need all the money to fund their election groups!
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Scarborough Mirror 28m
OPINION: Uploading Toronto's subways might have gone down easier 20 years ago, writes our David Nickle.
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Paul Knox 14m
DoFo apologist: “I’ve used the TTC ever since I moved to Toronto in 2009. Over that time ... I’ve seen very little improvement.” Like a dozen new subway elevators, accessible streetcars? Obv you don’t know anyone with a disability, or parents w/ strollers.
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Rima Berns-McGown Jan 15
Evicting people from a tent who have literally nowhere else to go is simply cruel, . What are you doing?
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George Sawision me. (master electrician) 1h
Replying to @evdelen @m_layton and 2 others
Bit are Toronto voters stupid to have re elected the same bunch!
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George Sawision me. (master electrician) 55m
All contracts are private sector! City of Toronto has no construction department
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