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FORUM: Layton laments city’s snow job (Spring 2019)

April 23rd, 2019 · No Comments

City budget a place to lock in priorities

By Mike Layton

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Tags: Annex · Columns · Opinion

FOCUS: Annex’s old trees will soon be history (Spring 2019)

April 23rd, 2019 · No Comments

Arthur Gron tracks tree attrition rate

A mature tree at 113 Howland Ave. fell victim to a windstorm in April 2018.
COURTESY ARTHUR GRON

By Arthur Gron

In the Annex and Harbord Village, large maples and majestic Dutch elms are maturing and dying out.  The trees that are taking their place tend to be smaller ornamental trees, throwing the future of the area’s beloved canopy into question. 


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GREENINGS: Confronting consumption (Spring 2019)

April 23rd, 2019 · No Comments

What does the emergence of Marie Kondo mean?

By Terri Chu

Few celebrities have given me hope about the fate of the planet quite like Marie Kondo has. We literally created a mega celebrity out of a woman who teaches you how to throw stuff away. Did coffee just come out your nose? Stop to think about this. A person who teaches you to throw things away is a social media superstar making millions from Youtube, Instagram, and books. 

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Tags: Annex · Columns · Life · Opinion

FORUM: With people-power there is hope (Winter 2019)

March 14th, 2019 · Comments Off on FORUM: With people-power there is hope (Winter 2019)

MPP Bell sees glass half-full in year ahead

By Jessica Bell

A new year is an opportunity to renew and recommit to making a difference. Here are three resolutions to help spur positive social change in 2019.

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Tags: Annex · Columns · Opinion

FORUM: The trustee and the tyrant (Winter 2019)

March 14th, 2019 · Comments Off on FORUM: The trustee and the tyrant (Winter 2019)

Moise opposes the “hack and slash system of anything goes” of Premier Ford

TDSB Trustee Chris Moise talks about local politics, keeping schools progressive, and fighting Premier Doug Ford in court (and winning).

By Chris Moise


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Tags: Annex · Columns · Opinion

EDITORIAL CARTOON: How nice (December 2018)

December 30th, 2018 · Comments Off on EDITORIAL CARTOON: How nice (December 2018)

 

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EDITORIAL CARTOON: How Nice (City Election 2018)

EDITORIAL CARTOON: How Nice (October 2018)

EDITORIAL CARTOON: How nice (Aug./Sept. 2018)

EDITORIAL CARTOON: How Nice (Summer 2018)

EDITORIAL CARTOON: How Nice (July 2018)

EDITORIAL CARTOON: How Nice (Election Special 2018)

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Tags: Annex · Columns · Opinion

EDITORIAL CARTOON: How Nice (City Election 2018)

October 17th, 2018 · Comments Off on EDITORIAL CARTOON: How Nice (City Election 2018)

 

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EDITORIAL CARTOON: How Nice (October 2018)

EDITORIAL CARTOON: How nice (Aug./Sept. 2018)

EDITORIAL CARTOON: How Nice (Summer 2018)

EDITORIAL CARTOON: How Nice (July 2018)

EDITORIAL CARTOON: How Nice (Election Special 2018)

EDITORIAL CARTOON: How Nice (May 2018)

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Tags: Annex · Columns · Opinion

GREENINGS: Municipalities should flex their green muscles (City Election 2018)

October 17th, 2018 · Comments Off on GREENINGS: Municipalities should flex their green muscles (City Election 2018)

Time to stop subsidizing cost of garbage

By Terri Chu

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Tags: Annex · Columns · Opinion

EDITORIAL CARTOON: How nice (Aug./Sept. 2018)

September 11th, 2018 · Comments Off on EDITORIAL CARTOON: How nice (Aug./Sept. 2018)

 

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EDITORIAL CARTOON: How Nice (Summer 2018)

EDITORIAL CARTOON: How Nice (July 2018)

EDITORIAL CARTOON: How Nice (Election Special 2018)

EDITORIAL CARTOON: How Nice (May 2018)

EDITORIAL CARTOON: How Nice (Spring 2018)

EDITORIAL CARTOON: How Nice (Mar. 2018)

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Tags: Annex · Columns · Opinion

GREENINGS: Urban under-representation (Aug./Sept. 2018)

September 11th, 2018 · Comments Off on GREENINGS: Urban under-representation (Aug./Sept. 2018)

Giving the suburbs a leg up at the expense of progress

Premier Ford wants to do Toronto a favour by slashing the size of council, and only Toronto seems to be targeted. Our ward of University-Rosedale, population 98,600, is now represented by a single councillor. To put this into perspective, Grey County, population 93,000, has 19 representatives to make decisions about roads, sewers, zoning, and all the other services that are vital to day-to-day living.

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Tags: Annex · Columns · Life