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Giorgio Mammoliti no longer looking to run provincially in Brampton, will seek re-election in Toronto

Less than two weeks since making the announcement, Toronto Councillor Giorgio Mammoliti says he will no longer be seeking the Ontario PC Party nomination in Brampton Centre and will run for municipal re-election. 890 more words


Giorgio Mammoliti, Toronto city councillor, seeking PC nomination in Brampton

Longtime Toronto city Coun. Giorgio Mammoliti says he is seeking the Progressive Conservative nomination in the new riding of Brampton Centre.

He made the announcement on… 323 more words


Bill Kelly: The 2018 Ontario election will be won or lost in the GTA

In just a couple of days, we’ll experience a change of seasons in Ontario when we transition from winter into election season.

As sure as grass will turn green and weeds will sprout, so too, will election lawn signs begin to dot our neighbourhood landscapes. 227 more words


I have a perfectly good excuse +PLUS+ I SOOOOO Don't Dig Dug-Up Ford

I admit that “perfectly good excuse” thing sounds a little defensive, and it didn’t work with Miss Smedley, either, but it’s been AGES since I’ve posted something. 1,311 more words


Councillor Neethan Shan appointed Toronto's Newcomer Advocate

Toronto city council has appointed Councillor Neethan Shan as the city’s Newcomer Advocate.

Shan was elected councillor of the Ward 42 Scarborough-Rouge River riding in February’s byelection, just over a year after being elected as a Toronto District School Board trustee. 204 more words


Toronto's Bloor bike lanes just took one more step toward permanency

The Bloor bike lanes, currently a pilot project, inched one step closer to becoming a permanent fixture on the major street Wednesday.

After a lengthy debate at city hall, Toronto’s public works committee voted 4-2 in favour of keeping the lanes from Shaw Street to Avenue Road after a lengthy debate at city hall. 231 more words