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Trustee Norm Di Pasquale TCDSB Ward 9 3h
Now over 200,000 people sign petition slamming Ontario's 'shameful' back-to-school plan. Still time for this government to change course and fund a safe return to school!
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Asif Hossain Aug 9
In 2001, Toronto took down the Gardiner from Don River to Leslie St. There is no nostalgia for that portion at all today, it had no noticeable impact on traffic that wasn’t absorbed by the system in a short time. Demolishing Jarvis to Don River would be the exact same.
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Sandy Hudson Aug 5
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Trustee Norm Di Pasquale TCDSB Ward 9 8h
Strip malls and industrial buildings aren't the only options. An obvious better option is a community centre.
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Sandy Hudson Aug 7
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Asif Hossain Aug 9
The dirtiest secret in politics is how much more it costs to build and maintain suburbs. On top of provincial costs, those of us in the city pay extra (i.e. Toronto exclusively rebuilds/maintains the Gardiner). This is why another 400-series highway is insane.
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Trustee Norm Di Pasquale TCDSB Ward 9 Aug 7
TCDSB Back to School Survey and plan will be sent out to parents this coming Monday. I am working on a Town Hall next week to cover the options and hear our school community concerns.
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Trustee Norm Di Pasquale TCDSB Ward 9 Aug 6
New Brunswick is going back to school in cohorts of 15. Ontario, it’s your move! Who heads back to class in September? A look at school reopenings by province
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Mitchell Gauvin Aug 9
Having done a lot of cycling during the pandemic, it seems more than obvious now that Toronto's failure to construct bike lanes over the last 20 years is one the city's biggest and most embarrasing policy mistakes.
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Jennifer Story Aug 8
Yesterday@RobinPilkey and I spoke to Global Toronto about how the Toronto Public Health call for smaller class sizes is welcome news.
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Asif Hossain Aug 7
Toronto's leading right wing tabloid mimics the egregiously false talking points of a man who just slapped our country with tariffs. Using one of their oft-used flawed arguments, I guess conservatives hate Canada now.
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Trustee Norm Di Pasquale TCDSB Ward 9 8h
You have the power to make classrooms smaller, Premier Ford.
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Trustee Norm Di Pasquale TCDSB Ward 9 Aug 5
Actually the government can fund school boards to any cohort level they want. It is up to you Premier Ford!
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John Bowker Aug 2
Astonishing. COVID-19 hit wealthier Toronto neighbourhoods first, as people returned from the US & UK. Then it spread to poorer neighbourhoods, where it hit harder and longer
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Toronto Sun 11h
Black people in Toronto ’disproportionately’ arrested, shot by police: Ontario Human Rights Commission report
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Trustee Norm Di Pasquale TCDSB Ward 9 11h
The Reopening Action Plan is now available here:
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Chris Glover Aug 6
In my two years as an MPP, has shown little regard for the democratic rights of Ontarians. Read my op-ed about how Ford is using the pandemic to expand his own powers.
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Trustee Norm Di Pasquale TCDSB Ward 9 7h
. will be hosting a Back to school Webinar this Wednesday from 7:00pm to 9:00pm. This Webinar will allow parents to have their questions answered the TCDSB Return to School Action Plan. Link:
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IPAC Toronto 14h
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Trustee Norm Di Pasquale TCDSB Ward 9 Aug 6
Kids need safe schools. Let’s invest in their safety and their future!
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