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Toronto Sun Jun 13
Cops tell Toronto Sun columnist to 'step outside' and leave public meeting about planned women's healing lodge
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Alex Bozikovic Jun 10
This is embarrassing. A rich city can’t take care of its own parks? And you can buy an endorsement from the mayor this cheaply?
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Nim Chimpsky Jun 12
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Andrew Sosna Jun 16
Seen on r/Toronto.
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John Lorinc Jun 13
I live in a neighbourhood where there is a shelter for homeless Indigenous youth, several group homes for men, a TCHC bldg for families dealing w/ domestic abuse. Oh, and $1-2m homes, literally across the street & down the block. This is what cities are.
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Vote D!ONNE Renée On Election Day! Jun 9
At 10am today, June 10, 2019, the Court of Appeal will begin to hear the Province’s Appeal of Justice Belobaba’s Decision to uphold Torontonian’s Constitutional rights & our rights to representation. Where: Osgoode Hall in Courtroom 1 130 Queen St. W. 10am
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Riley Peterson Jun 13
Happy Birthday to York South-Weston’s incredible leader and advocate, !
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John Lorinc Jun 13
So, this happened. 😊
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Mike Beauvais Jun 14
Already deciding to skip Pride, Doug Ford won't participate in the Raptors parade (an aside - LOL, who would ask him to?) and now says, "By no means do I believe any politician should be in any parade," which is interesting because, ya know, receipts.
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Toronto Sun 2h
From : Open tendering not a slam dunk at City Hall
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Jennifer Hollett Jun 10
Like many, I spent most of last summer fighting , Doug Ford's attack on Toronto, our city council and democracy. As he takes a five-month long summer break with MPPs, today our fight continues.
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Progress Toronto 26m
No one in Toronto will forget where they were the moment the won. We snapped the big moment at our party (and the moment right before!)
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Ms Lana🇨🇦 Jun 13
What? A BIGGER cabinet? But I thought smaller meant "more resilient". Wasn't that the rationale for a smaller Toronto city council? Sheesh. The stupidity and incompetence of it all is mind-boggling.
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Shelley Carroll Jun 9
Fun fact re councillors’ offices. Part of the reason offices need walls broken down is City Clerks had just finished building walls to accommodate the 47 councillors they thought would be returning. Mine is an interesting case in point:...
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Philosopharter 17m
What's the point of a "'baby on board" sticker on the back of your car? You think people just decide to ram you from behind on purpose? That's why it's called an "accident." (Hint: the sticker won't help.)
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Michael Coteau 59m
Here they come! Let's go Raptors! 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾
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Fatima Syed Jun 15
My grandparents' house in Karachi was home to 5 generations. That was normal. But Canada has no policy on multigenerational housing, despite it being a📈 phenomenon. My essay from the new anthology "House Divided" now
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Trustee Norm Di Pasquale, TCDSB Ward 9 Jun 9
This is a difficult subject. Nobody should have to deal with assault at their job. Unfortunately Teachers, EAs and Social Workers do get assaulted, how do we ensure their well being?
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Robert #WeTheNorth Zaichkowski 5h
Cycling commissioners from across the pond are urging their cities to stop wasting money on painted bike lanes & instead build protected bike lanes.
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George Sawision me. (master electrician) 23m
Thank you Toronto,autistic children were on school bus and got stuck at Adelaide and York and police and crowd cleared the way to let them through
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