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TOinTRANSIT: Councillor wants McNicoll bus garage approved

A TTC board member is imploring city council to quickly approve a planned bus garage on TTC-owned...

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Columns | Aug 28, 2014

BUT SERIOUSLY: Your back-to-school questions answered

Q. My daughter is entering Grade 1, her first day of school. The tension is palpable. I’m anticipating a very emotional...

City Centre Mirror | by Jamie Wayne
News | Aug 28, 2014
David Nickle: THE CITY

THE CITY: Pennachetti operated smoothly through turbulent times

Six years ago, Joseph Pennachetti came to the job of Toronto city manager abruptly and definitively. David Miller, mayor at...

Scarborough Mirror
News | Aug 25, 2014
David Nickle: THE CITY

THE CITY: What went wrong with Karen Stintz’s mayoral bid?

Anyone surprised at Karen Stintz’ departure from the mayor’s race last week can’t have been attending very many Stintz press...

York Guardian
News | Aug 21, 2014
Mike Adler: The City

THE CITY: Toronto feeling ‘threatened’ by raccoons

What do you want to do about the masked intruders trying to dump out your green bin? David Shiner, a North York...

Scarborough Mirror
News | Aug 21, 2014

BUT SERIOUSLY: On the trail of cotton candy at The Ex

I’m just on my way out the door to head down to The Ex and I’m a man on a mission. It occurred to me that after all these...

York Guardian | by Jamie Wayne
News | Aug 21, 2014

TOinTRANSIT: Union Pearson Express trains arrive for testing in Toronto

The first Union Pearson (UP) Express trains have arrived in Toronto for testing. Reaching a top speed of 145 kilometres...

Scarborough Mirror
Aug 18, 2014

THE CITY: Time to let the Toronto Zoo make its own decisions

The Toronto Zoo turned 40 on Friday, and the best present Toronto could give it is independence. City councillors proved...

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Aug 14, 2014

BUT SERIOUSLY: Gearing up for the fall hockey season

With seemingly everybody bemoaning summer slipping away, I prefer to look on the bright side: it means another hockey season...

York Guardian | Add Comment | by Jamie Wayne
Aug 14, 2014

THE CITY: Election is still Rob Ford’s to lose

Does anyone in Toronto love Olivia Chow or John Tory as much as Irene Borecky and thousands like her love Rob Ford? That...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment
Aug 11, 2014

THE CITY: Ford’s poll numbers are the real joke

There’s a point where the bald-faced lie and hubristic boast becomes downright endearing — like a clever caption on a New...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment
Aug 07, 2014

ARTS IN BRIEF: Quilts at the Creek comes to pioneer village

Head up to Black Creek Pioneer Village this month and cosy up to the Quilts at the Creek event. More than 150 handmade...

North York Mirror | Add Comment
Aug 07, 2014

THE CITY: Running without the advantage of name recognition

Mayoralty candidates – at least some of them – get a lot of attention in Toronto municipal elections, and rightly so: the...

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Aug 07, 2014

BUT SERIOUSLY: This baseball playoff race is good stuff

With the Toronto Blue Jays a legitimate playoff contender, be prepared to hear the phrase “good stuff” after every game. A...

York Guardian | Add Comment | by Jamie Wayne
Aug 05, 2014

THE CITY: Bill Blair’s departure: trying to read the tea leaves

Lots of tea leaves got read last week as the Toronto Police Services Board emerged from a back room somewhere at 40 College...

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Jul 31, 2014

THE CITY: Might some mayoral candidates step aside before Oct. 27?

I don’t often find myself agreeing with my colleague Toronto Sun columnist Sue-Ann Levy—but I have to say that she asked the...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment | by David Nickle
Jul 31, 2014

BUT SERIOUSLY: Column viewership gets a passing grade

I was jogging up Cedarvale Ravine Sunday morning when my buddy Jeremy came zipping by on his bike and yelled, “Hey Jamie, I...

York Guardian | Add Comment | by Jamie Wayne

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