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Given the chaos and disorder gripping Queen’s Park, it’s hard not to feel wistful about the progressive course the former Grit leader set the province on before Doug Ford's PCs got elected and trashed the entire works more

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When the Premier says things like, “There is no place in Ontario for anti-Semitism,” it’s hard not to feel a little sick to your stomach more

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John Tory wins big – too bad we can't say the same for local democracy or council diversity more

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The papers say she doesn’t stand a chance, but Toronto’s mayoral contest could do with an unexpected surprise right about now – the city's future may depend on it more

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All eyes have been on the mayor’s race, But it’s the battles for the city’s 25 council seats that will influence Toronto’s course over the next four years. more

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Ethan Eisenberg

He rode into office with ambitious plans for transit and city-building, but a review of the record reveals it's been pretty much downhill from the get-go in the big-deas department for John Tory more

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Former chief planner's bid for mayor has been dragged down by what seems a malaise of indifference hanging over the city more

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Jonathan Goldsbie

Sandro Lisi, one of several shady figures at the centre of the Rob Ford crack scandal, is running in Doug Ford's old Etobicoke North backyard – must be a coincidence more

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Doug Ford's plan to cut council in half has created a legal quagmire that is effectively undermining holding a meaningful contest – which suits John Tory just fine more

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The mayor has been playing both sides on Ford's plan to cut council in half and right now it's looking like he didn’t do enough to protect Toronto when everything was on the line more

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Samuel Engelking

While we’re waiting to get to a place where there’s room for all of us on the road, we have to find ways of not killing each other. Here’s a crash course on the art of riding as political resistance. more

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These days there are plenty of Trump-inspired #MakeOntarioGreatAgain Joe Blows on social media contributing to a radical anti-Muslim shift in the political discourse in Canada more

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Time for everyone to lose their illusions. Facts don’t matter anymore, folks. It’s the Ford shit show now. more

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David Hawe

The facts speak for themselves – more cyclists and pedestrians are dying on Toronto's streets than were when Toronto's Vision Zero road safety plan was adopted three years ago more

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That's the thing about conservatives like Ford – they talk a good came about respecting taxpayers and holding the bottom line, but they have no problem spending your money when it comes to scoring political points more

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For those of us living in the bubble known as downtown Toronto, last Thursday’s majority win for Ford’s PCs was a shock to values we thought we shared with other Ontarians – welcome to the new normal in politics. more

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It’s been an impressive road back from political purgatory for NDP leader Andrea Horwath after 2014’s electoral rebuke, but Ontario Election 2018 is still touch and go. The reality on the ground in local races in Toronto and the 905, where 50 of the more

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Dear Ontario voter, behind that shit-eating grin the truth is that Doug Ford's political career has been about promoting Doug Ford. You may not care to hear that, but it’s worth considering since Doug did say this election is about trust, right? more

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  • Ernescliffe Co-operative as seen from the northwest corner of Sherbourne and Wellesley.

  • Ernescliffe Co-operative as viewed from Wellesley Street entrance.

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