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Chris Glover, MPP Jan 11
"Under Ford, a majority government is translating into a four-year elected tyranny." My op ed
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Anita Singh Jan 16
The only measure of a world-class city should be how it treats it's less fortunate. Toronto is failing it's most vulnerable.
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Kim 🇨🇦 38m
That's so wrong. Taxpayer-funded programs in high-risk communities were meant to help them to ⬇️violence, crime & other issues that may arise from being from a financially disadvantaged family. They're not meant to give freebies to cheapskate rich people
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ItsAllGoingToBeGood 1h
You’d never ever see do that. But maybe just maybe she’s visited one of the shelters in this week. Maybe she’ll volunteer for a cold night. Good on you . Teach our council member a thing or two or anything for that matter
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mikey whatsits 25m
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George Sawision me. (master electrician) 4h
Same city council since 2006 haven't given a damn for years,don't expect change with the same old NDP in charge! Sanctuary City gets the money!
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Robert Benzie Jan 18
Doug Ford has appointed former Mississauga mayor Hazel McCallion as a "special advisor to the premier and minister of municipal affairs and housing." The 97-year-old will be paid up to $150,000.
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George Sawision me. (master electrician) 9h
Replying to @Pulcherus
Why use the term sanctuary city which implies illegal ! oh right,NDP are never wrong just socialist!
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George Sawision me. (master electrician) 3h
Run for office in Toronto,only socialist candidates allowed media coverage and debates are restricted to " selected" candidates
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George Sawision me. (master electrician) 6h
Replying to @Pulcherus @m_layton
I don't look under beds or pry I to private lives! That is the tactic of socialists! Ask any Chinese loyal follower like he can explain how socialism is good for Canadians. spells it out very clearly
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dave mitchell 1h
This is unconscionable. had to fight hard to save the jobs of the City’s Youth Outreach Workers under Mayor Ford. Had to take a shooting at the Eaton’s Centre to convince Council to keep them. The Ford’s: Penny wise and pound foolish as always.
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Anthony Perruzza 12h
A temporary tuition cut/freeze is not the long-term solution that students need. Cuts will result in less resources, staff & programming. Students deserve an equal opportunity to receive quality education, not to be short-changed.
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Mark J. Richardson Jan 16
Replying to @mjrichardson_to
15 / AGENDA has been posted for next week's Executive Committee meeting - EX1.1 - Implementing the "" Initiative... ...but STAFF Report isn't Ready yet (*or Contains REALLY Good/Smart Ideas which are also "Political-Kryptonite" ☢️)...?
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Cynthia Mulligan Jan 17
Mayor Tory is not ruling out a TTC fare increase
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Mark J. Richardson 4h
Those “other” places don’t have the same population-projections as Toronto... More people are coming...every year... Either BUILD enough Housing (*of all types) to accommodate them...or Shut-Down the Economic-Development Office at City Hall.
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George Sawision me. (master electrician) 2h
Many issues were blocked as well as candidates rights to address the voters! voters have no idea what is going on at city hall
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NEWSTALK1010 Jan 17
Look up. Waaaaay up! NEWSTALK 1010 is at Yonge and Eglinton this morning where locals are fed up with overcrowding from high rise developments. Councillor would like to see more of these future projects pushed to Scarborough and Etobicoke
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Jamie Spears Jan 18
Doug Ford () looks like a human Goomba.
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Simon Hewett 🇨🇦 Jan 18
Just got back from the new McCowan Park skate trail. did a great job. Awesome park, great trail. Excellent facilities. Kids had a blast.....good stuff. Excellent investment
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jennifer evans 5h
This is the kind of solution-first, people-first model we need for our future cities, smart or not. Real housing solution possibilities. An incredible commitment that has the potential to change many lives.
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