Home Opinion Editorial

City Centre Editorial

More Editorial
News | Oct 16, 2014

EDITORIAL: Lessons learned from Hurricane Hazel

Sixty years ago today, Toronto woke up to a scene of horror. On the night of Oct. 15, accumulated heavy rains associated...

York Guardian
Editorial | Oct 09, 2014

EDITORIAL: Wanted: an even stronger voter turnout

Here’s the challenge for this municipal election to Toronto citizens: let’s keep increasing the voter turnout. In 2010,...

City Centre Mirror
Editorial | Sep 18, 2014

EDITORIAL: Pan Am Games to highlight Toronto

The Pan Am/Parapan Games are coming to Toronto next summer, bringing thousands of athletes and tens of thousands of fans and...

Beach Mirror
Elections | Sep 11, 2014

EDITORIAL: A campaign of ideas – and how to advance them

Let this be a municipal election campaign about ideas: not just the sharing of ideas but also how they can get implemented....

York Guardian
News | Aug 28, 2014

EDITORIAL: All ward races are key this October

In this week’s papers and online (http://bit.ly/1pCC7MZ), we take a look at nine key municipal ward races to watch this...

Parkdale Villager
Editorial | Aug 21, 2014

EDITORIAL: Listen to what candidates are saying about the kind of city they wish to build

A recent study by the University of Toronto says our city has a “major infrastructure funding shortfall” when it comes to...

Beach Mirror
Aug 07, 2014

EDITORIAL: An eye on your neighbourhood – going to the grassroots

We’d like to hear about the best practices of your local Neighbourhood Watch. It’s because we think the best ideas are...

Beach Mirror | Add Comment
Jul 31, 2014

EDITORIAL: Collaboration especially critical in the last stages of Pan Am planning

The one-year countdown to the Pan Am and Parapan Am Games has begun. As of today’s editorial, we’re 344 days away from the...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment
Jul 24, 2014

EDITORIAL: Ford and hecklers need to stick to issues

It happened on Monday and it will probably happen again. Rob Ford will attend an event and hecklers will protest against...

Beach Mirror | Add Comment
Jul 17, 2014

EDITORIAL: Presenting transit in Toronto as it relates to you

There’s so much going on with transit in Toronto these days. Construction projects are popping up everywhere – on roadways,...

York Guardian | Add Comment
Jul 10, 2014

EDITORIAL: World Cup leaves legacy in Toronto

The World Cup of Soccer ends this weekend with the championship and third-place matches. And while the 2014 version has...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment
Jun 30, 2014

EDITORIAL: Ford wrong to play favourites with media

With Mayor Rob Ford’s return to civic politics after a stay in a rehabilitation facility, we would expect to see some...

Beach Mirror | Add Comment
Jun 26, 2014

EDITORIAL: Torontonians have much to celebrate this Canada Day

Torontonians have much to celebrate on Canada Day. We have a front row seat when it comes to witnessing the amazing...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment
Jun 19, 2014

EDITORIAL: Wynne must use majority to move transit plans forward

With last week’s majority government win by the Kathleen Wynne Liberals in the provincial election, her party has been given...

York Guardian | Add Comment
Jun 12, 2014

EDITORIAL: Time to stay politically engaged, even after the polls close

Affordable housing in Toronto Centre. Improving opportunities for youth in Etobicoke North. Hospital mergers in...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment
May 29, 2014

EDITORIAL: World Cup excitement builds in Toronto

The World Cup soccer championship officially kicks off on June 12 in Sao Paulo, Brazil, with a game between the host country...

Beach Mirror | Add Comment

Talk To Us