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96.9 FM Radio Humber | At Humber Report – Interview with Toronto MP Adam Vaughan

Justin Trudeau and his cabinet have been sworn in for just under a month. However, one of Toronto’s most prominent Liberal MPs didn’t make it into Trudeau’s cabinet. 98 more words


Crises - Believe Them or Not?

A while back I heard Joe Biden quoting “never let a good crisis go to waste” in a political context. He was most likely referring to Obama’s 2008 Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel who said: 712 more words


96.9 FM Radio Humber News Report | John Campbell on 2016 TTC fares and service changes

TTC budget committee members were scheduled to meet Monday afternoon to discuss the possibility of freezing fares. The committee is also slated to discuss various service improvements, including earlier Sunday subway service. 30 more words


Climate Changing for Alberta Beef

The idea of decreasing meat consumption to reduce CO2 has been around for many years. Well, the WTO (World Trade Organization), with strong ties to the UN, has finally come out and fired the first official shot across the bow to discredit eating Ham, sausage and other processed meats that can lead to colon, stomach and other cancers, and red meat is probably cancer-causing, too.  511 more words


John Tory would win Toronto mayoral race if election held today: poll

TORONTO – John Tory is still a popular choice among voters for mayor of Toronto if an election were held today but Rob Ford would nonetheless receive a good fraction of the ballots as well, according to a new poll released on Tuesday. 262 more words


May I Call You Justin? or, Roll up and rim to win!

Well,  come Monday the 19th, I donned my tiara with the great, big flashing “L-for-loser” and trotted off, unopened VISA bill in hand, to vote, non-strategically, for the Beard Party. 743 more words


It's Time to Think Big Again

Davenport is one of the most progressive ridings in all of Canada. I love it here.

But for many, as this election has become more and more about getting rid of Stephen Harper, we haven’t really talked about a new vision for Canada. 1,080 more words