Thank you to my fellow candidates and you , as residents, for your commitment to the election process and being engaged. It is people like you who give me hope for all we can accomplish together and that we can continue working together to make Ward 13 – Toronto Centre all it can be. Now […]
What I heard from Toronto Centre voters for our next City Councillor
Contributed by David Morris, former Ontario Liberal Candidate – Toronto Centre “People don’t care about politics.” It’s a line we hear, but I know it isn’t true. People care deeply about what happens in their communities. They just don’t always know who to go to for help. I learned that as a candidate in the […]
Candidates for Councillor Ward 13/Toronto Centre
Quick PSN note to all candidates. The PSN is offering half price ads and an Article of 300 words plus and image for the election edition. Great value and fair. Please get in touch before the deadline. Sept 29th. Order of ad/article placement will be first come first serve. Avila, Miguel Johnson, Colin Lester, Ryan […]
Dear residents and neighbours
Contributed by Kristyn Wong-Tam – It is with great humility that I am running in the upcoming election to represent you as your NDP Toronto Centre champion at Queen’s Park! As your local City Councillor, and with your support, we have accomplished much to create healthier, stronger neighbourhoods by investing in the people who make our […]
MPP Job Description
Contributed by George Smitherman, MPP representing Toronto Centre – Rosedale, Toronto Centre in the 34th, 35th and 36th Parliament (1999-2010) Position: Member of the Ontario Legislature Employer: Legislative Assembly of Ontario Position Rank: 1 of 124 “Seats” in the Legislature MPP Compensation: $ 116, 550 (unchanged 2010!) (Less than Toronto City Councillors and […]
Provincial Election numbers?
Contributed by Pstreet News. The provincial election is fast upon us, and there is a great battle between the Liberals and the up and coming NDP. With Suze Morrison stepping aside for Kristyn Wong-Tam. Up until the last election, this riding has almost always been Liberal. The liberals in Ontario got badly beaten, as we […]
Let’s end the era of irresponsible development, together.
Contributed by Walied Khogali Ali, Community Advocate , Toronto Centre. – As spring concludes and we prepare for the hot summer months ahead. Let’s remember that we are living through times of crisis. A pandemic. A global recession. A climate crisis. Also a housing crisis that will deeply impact our future for decades to come. In […]
Thoughts from Kyiv
Contributed by Professor Mychailo Wynnyckyj in Kyiv. He and his family are in hiding, writing and fighting from a safe(r) house outside Kyiv – Yesterday’s bombing of the maternity hospital in Mariupol was a turning point. Too many emotions. Too much evil. So much determination. This has to be the last time! My wife and I […]
Climate change hurts an urban city like Toronto.
Climate change hurts an urban city like Toronto. Here’s how to help stop it. Contributed by David Morris – Ontario Liberal Candidate, Toronto Centre Climate change is, right now, impacting all of us – but it doesn’t always feel like that, does it? In an urban city like Toronto, the most we’re reminded of the climate […]
Changing street names won’t change street culture
Opinion contributed by Andre Bermon, Publisher of the bridge community newspaper. — In the last City Council meeting before the summer recess, our public servants put history to the test. In a 17-7 vote, council decided that the name Dundas, referring to an obscure 18th-century British politician, should be stripped from all Toronto signage. […]