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Rob Ford at a bobblehead signing event
Rob Ford poses for a photo as he signs and sells bobble head dolls to raise funds for Mount Sinai and Humber River Regional hospitals on Friday at...
Nov 21, 2014 | Add Comment | City Centre Mirror

Rob Ford updates condition, signs bobble head dolls at city hall

David Nickle

Rob Ford was back at Toronto City Hall Friday afternoon just days before he returns to Mount Sinai...

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CityHall | Nov 21, 2014
Trans flag at City Hall

Flag representing transgendered people raised at Toronto City Hall

For the first time in Toronto’s history, a flag specifically remembering the deaths and disappearances of transgendered...

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News | Nov 20, 2014
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THE CITY: Polite Revolution against ‘Fordian tyranny of Bad Behaviour’ one year old

A year ago this week (and this day, as I write this on Tuesday) Toronto Council did a very bold, and also quite fearful...

City Centre Mirror
News | Nov 19, 2014
Tory speaks with his transition team

‘Business as usual’ attitude on Toronto traffic congestion won’t work: Tory

It can’t be “business as usual” when it comes to traffic enforcement and fighting congestion, mayor-elect John Tory said...

North York Mirror | by David Nickle
News | Nov 18, 2014
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Toronto asks court to shut down Uber operations in city

Toronto asked a court on Tuesday to shut down Uber operations in its territory, with the city claiming the technology...

City Centre Mirror | by Mike Adler
News | Nov 18, 2014

City of Toronto seeks court injunction against Uber Canada and its ride sharing app service

The City of Toronto has filed a notice of application seeking a court injunction against Uber Canada Inc., and related...

City Centre Mirror
News | Nov 18, 2014

Suicide prevention subway platform doors recommended for TTC by Toronto Board of Health

Subway stations should all be retrofitted with platform edge doors as part of a city-wide plan to prevent suicides, says a...

City Centre Mirror | by David Nickle
Nov 18, 2014

‘Health impact’ of McNicoll bus garage to be assessed, but full Environmental Assessment not called for

Po Ling Ng, 84, said she suffers from respiratory issues and is fearful the TTC’s proposed McNicoll bus garage in northwest...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment | by Mike Adler
Nov 17, 2014

Toronto Board of Health to study ways to control sale of energy drinks to young people

Toronto’s Board of Health will be considering the possibility of banning the sale of energy drinks to children and youth –...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by David Nickle
Nov 17, 2014

Toronto’s Community Police Liaison Committees looking for a new image

Volunteer committees that work with Toronto’s police know you probably haven’t heard of them, and they want to change that....

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by Mike Adler
Nov 17, 2014

THE CITY: Amalgamation still a messy business with some services not shared by all

No question about it, amalgamation these 16 years ago was a messy business. When the deed was done, Metropolitan...

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Nov 15, 2014

7 most – and least – popular councillors in Toronto

When the new Toronto council gets together for its first official meeting Dec. 2, some of the 44 councillors will have a...

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Nov 14, 2014

Toronto’s mechanical leaf collection service should be for all city neighbourhoods: Nunziata

What’s good for the Kingsway should be good for everywhere else in town — at least when it comes to the way the city...

York Guardian | Add Comment | by David Nickle
Nov 14, 2014

More children live in poverty in Toronto than any other large Canadian city: report

There are more children from low-income families living in poverty in Toronto than in any other large Canadian cities says a...

York Guardian | Add Comment | by David Nickle
Nov 14, 2014

Board of Health to hear opposition to McNicoll bus garage plan at Monday meeting

The Mon Sheong Foundation and other groups opposing the McNicoll bus garage in northwest Scarborough will bring their...

Parkdale Villager | Add Comment | by Mike Adler
Nov 13, 2014

Repairing Toronto’s public housing a ‘moral issue’, says Mayor-elect John Tory

Repairing and maintaining Toronto’s stock of public housing is “a moral issue,” and Torontonians should expect significant...

York Guardian | Add Comment | by David Nickle
Nov 13, 2014

Frances Nunziata hoping to keep her job as Toronto Council Speaker

Re-elected in Ward 11 (York South Weston) last month, Frances Nunziata says she’s hoping to resume her other role, as...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment | by David Nickle

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