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EDITORIAL CARTOON (DECEMBER 2016): The stages of voting reform! by Joe Proportion

December 20th, 2016 · Comments Off on EDITORIAL CARTOON (DECEMBER 2016): The stages of voting reform! by Joe Proportion

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The sincerest form of flattery! by Dow Indepols (October 2016)

A warm carbon blanket! By Hock Estique (September 2016)

A clear path! by Dot Tedline (August 2016)

Planning! by Train Waits (July 2016)

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EDITORIAL (DECEMBER 2016): Grappling with growth

December 20th, 2016 · Comments Off on EDITORIAL (DECEMBER 2016): Grappling with growth

Toronto is growing. The downtown population residing south of the Canadian Pacific Rail tracks at Dupont south to the lake and from Bathurst in the west to the Don Valley Parkway to the east is presently 250,000 and by 2041 is expected to be 475,000. New condo towers that dominate the skyline south of Queen Street are just the beginning. Like a tsunami, the wave of residential development needed to accommodate this population growth will migrate quickly north to the Annex.

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EDITORIAL (NOVEMBER 2016): Freeland got it done, with flair

November 18th, 2016 · Comments Off on EDITORIAL (NOVEMBER 2016): Freeland got it done, with flair

Getting the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) ratified is a big win for Canada, and an equally big win for Chrystia Freeland, not just our Member of Parliament but also our nation’s Minister of International Trade.

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EDITORIAL CARTOON (NOVEMBER 2016): Previously rejected police car designs! by Designed Without Public Consultation

November 18th, 2016 · Comments Off on EDITORIAL CARTOON (NOVEMBER 2016): Previously rejected police car designs! by Designed Without Public Consultation

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MORE how nice!:

The sincerest form of flattery! by Dow Indepols (October 2016)

A warm carbon blanket! By Hock Estique (September 2016)

A clear path! by Dot Tedline (August 2016)

Planning! by Train Waits (July 2016)

 

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Tags: Annex · Editorial · Opinion

EDITORIAL CARTOON (OCTOBER 2016): The sincerest form of flattery! by Dow Indepols

October 28th, 2016 · Comments Off on EDITORIAL CARTOON (OCTOBER 2016): The sincerest form of flattery! by Dow Indepols

 

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A warm carbon blanket! By Hock Estique (September 2016)

A clear path! by Dot Tedline (August 2016)

Planning! by Train Waits (July 2016)

Water, water, everywhere! by W.H. Consin (June 2016)

How to meet your quota! by Otto Mobile (May 2016)

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Tags: Annex · Editorial · Opinion

EDITORIAL (OCTOBER 2016): Stealth rate hike may work

October 28th, 2016 · Comments Off on EDITORIAL (OCTOBER 2016): Stealth rate hike may work

Ottawa has enacted mortgage rules that are a bitter pill for new prospective homeowners to swallow, but they are a very clever way to try to cool the nation’s housing market and keep many from sinking under the weight of too much debt.

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EDITORIAL (SEPTEMBER 2016): Train derailment changes the conversation

September 15th, 2016 · Comments Off on EDITORIAL (SEPTEMBER 2016): Train derailment changes the conversation

The August 21 twin train derailment on the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) line at Dupont Street is a reminder of just how much of a potential disaster is ticking away on our doorstep. It adds urgency to what is no longer a theoretical conversation.

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EDITORIAL CARTOON (SEPTEBER 2016): A warm carbon blanket! By Hock Estique

September 15th, 2016 · Comments Off on EDITORIAL CARTOON (SEPTEBER 2016): A warm carbon blanket! By Hock Estique

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A clear path! by Dot Tedline (August 2016)

Planning! by Train Waits (July 2016)

Water, water, everywhere! by W.H. Consin (June 2016)

How to meet your quota! by Otto Mobile (May 2016)

A carpet of green! by Don Mower (April 2016)

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EDITORIAL (AUGUST 2016): “An egregious breach of trust”

August 26th, 2016 · Comments Off on EDITORIAL (AUGUST 2016): “An egregious breach of trust”

Six years in a federal penitentiary.

Given the judicial constraints in this case, Ontario Superior Court Justice Edward Then has delivered a fair sentence to Constable James Forcillo of the Toronto Police Service for the attempted murder of Sammy Yatim on a Toronto streetcar three years ago. A jury had previously found Forcillo not guilty of second degree murder, or manslaughter, but guilty of the lesser charge of attempted murder.

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EDITORIAL CARTOON (AUGUST 2016): A clear path! by Dot Tedline

August 26th, 2016 · Comments Off on EDITORIAL CARTOON (AUGUST 2016): A clear path! by Dot Tedline

MORE how nice!: Planning! by Train Waits (July 2016) Water, water, everywhere! by W.H. Consin (June 2016) How to meet your quota! by Otto Mobile (May 2016) A carpet of green! by Don Mower (April 2016)

MORE how nice!:

Planning! by Train Waits (July 2016)

Water, water, everywhere! by W.H. Consin (June 2016)

How to meet your quota! by Otto Mobile (May 2016)

A carpet of green! by Don Mower (April 2016)

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