A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about the installation of the trio of bells in the clock tower of Toronto’s “Old” City Hall.
This project was carried out over a three-day period in late Nov., 1900. 697 more words
Anti-black racism? Check.
Contracting out of garbage east of Yonge St.? Scratch that.
The social justice gravy train has pulled into City Hall — under the leadership of Mayor John Tory — and it seems many, if not most, councillors are on board. 559 more words
All East York resident Michael Pasquale wants to do is house his new red sports car in the garage he’s built at the back of his lot. 655 more words
Another year, another stampede by Toronto residents to contribute to the public trough, er, troughing by our city councillors.
A report to Tuesday’s executive committee shows that, yet again, residents last year were less than enthusiastic about kissing their money goodbye — voluntarily — to ensure councillors put in more bike lanes, waste time muttering about nothing, increase their ranks by three and dream up new pet projects. 539 more words