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Peruvian woman speaks with alleged father Duffy

A Peruvian woman does not know if she will proceed with her paternity lawsuit against Mike Duffy now that the suspended senator has reached out to her, her lawyer said, even as Duffy himself called the matter “private.” 388 more words


Toronto mayor Rob Ford ‘needs help’ for alcohol abuse as new tapes surface

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford will take an extended leave of absence to seek help for substance abuse, his campaign confirmed Wednesday night, within hours of the emergence of a second video purporting to show the mayor smoking crack cocaine. 683 more words


Keep It Quiet, Kelly

I’m trying to get inside Deputy Mayor Norm Kelly’s head. It’s not easy, what with all that new staff scheduling and numbers crunching going on in there, fighting for space with the massive amounts of climate change skepticism material, much of it from Russian researchers. 882 more words

Municipal Politics

Cornfed Cornpone

There does not seem to be an exaggeration too big for Councillor Doug Ford to make, an invention too outlandish, a claim too bogus. He seems entirely comfortable wearing any of those suits. 336 more words


Think Your Park is Sacrosanct? Think Again ...

Residents of the High Park area may soon lose their century-old zoo – despite their efforts.

From yesterday’s National Post by Peter Kuitenbrouwer

COMMENT: Mayor Rob Ford is correct: Toronto has better things to fund with tax dollars than a zoo in High Park. 743 more words

Friends Of Dieppe Park

Toronto budget 2012 highlights

The City of Toronto released its proposed 2012 operating budget, with a 2.5% tax hike, 2,338 job cuts, pool closures and a TTC fare increase. The Post’s Natalie Alcoba points out more of the highlights. 523 more words

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