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David Nickle: THE CITY
Sep 29, 2014 | Add Comment | Scarborough Mirror

THE CITY: Toronto voters rejecting city’s old-style progressive politics

Ask any politician what they think about their standing in the last poll means and you’ll get a...

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Business | Sep 25, 2014

BUSINESS IN BRIEF: Quarterly food business seminar in North York

Getting into a food business can be an exciting time. It’s also a challenging one, especially for the would-be...

North York Mirror
Columns | Sep 25, 2014
David Nickle: THE CITY

THE CITY: Fringe candidates for mayor have to battle to bring issues forward

We are a free country — or at least, a free enough country to allow anyone with citizenship, some cash and a birth...

City Centre Mirror | by David Nickle
Columns | Sep 25, 2014

BUT SERIOUSLY: Pumpkin sightings popping up all over

With winter overstaying its welcome, spring and summer were both relegated to playing a game of catch up this year and...

City Centre Mirror | by Jamie Wayne
News | Sep 24, 2014
Mike Adler: The City

THE CITY: Tory must be prepared to brawl Doug Ford for rest of mayoral campaign

This is the moment in Toronto’s political theatre when one politician, doing well, turns his back on a dangerous opponent...

York Guardian
Elections | Sep 22, 2014
David Nickle: THE CITY

THE CITY: John Tory’s Pride Parade position engages in risky business

John Tory had been doing so well. Over the spring and summer, the former Progressive Conservative leader ran an...

City Centre Mirror
News | Sep 19, 2014

Common sense says don’t change lanes in signalized intersection, former Toronto traffic police officer says

Q: I have, on occasion, seen cars changing lanes while driving through a signalized intersection. Is this legal? A:...

Scarborough Mirror
Sep 18, 2014

THE CITY: Rob Ford’s bedside endorsement complicates campaign

The 2014 mayoral election was, until this week, going to be relatively simple. After four grinding years of scandal and...

Etobicoke Guardian | Add Comment
Sep 18, 2014

ARTS IN BRIEF: Centre for the Arts holds season launch open house

The Toronto Centre for the Arts is hosting its season launch open house Sept. 28 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Enjoy free...

North York Mirror | Add Comment
Sep 18, 2014

THE CITY: Stalled mayoral race gives voters time to ponder the big questions

The Ford family’s personal and political kerfuffle last week sent some serious shockwaves into the early part of this week...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment
Sep 18, 2014

BUT SERIOUSLY: Dropping in on minor hockey tryouts

I caught some minor hockey tryouts around town on the weekend. Here are assorted sights and sounds from rinkside at Dick...

York Guardian | Add Comment | by Jamie Wayne
Sep 11, 2014

THE CITY: Rob Ford needs to take care of himself first and foremost

Oh, Rob. Words at this time are hard for anybody, when tumours, the spectre of cancer, are on the table. When your...

Beach Mirror | Add Comment
Sep 11, 2014

BUSINESS IN BRIEF: Social media and other web services for small businesses

The Barbara Frum branch of the Toronto Public Library is hosting a session demonstrating free and low-cost services to help...

North York Mirror | Add Comment
Sep 11, 2014

FRONT ROW CENTRE: ‘The Music Man’ a family favourite

The Civic Light-Opera Company’s new permanent home at the Zion Cultural Centre on Finch Avenue East proves to be up to the...

North York Mirror | Add Comment | by Mark Andrew Lawrence
Sep 11, 2014

BUT SERIOUSLY: Trying to follow in Jose Bautista’s ‘gone yard’ steps

I don’t catch all the Blue Jays games, but it sure seems like every time I do tune in, Jose Bautista has just “gone yard.”...

York Guardian | Add Comment | by Jamie Wayne
Sep 11, 2014

THE CITY: Ford, Tory make better Dungeon Masters than transit planners

I never pegged Rob Ford and John Tory as the kind of kids who played a lot of Dungeons and Dragons in high school. Tory is...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment
Sep 08, 2014

THE CITY: John Tory’s caught a whiff of victory in the race to the mayor’s seat

John Tory has come a long way — and it’s not just the recent couple of polls that have fairly convincingly put him in first...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment | by David Nickle

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