So I’ve been watching a BBC mini-series from 1988 called A Very British Coup. There’s an understated but powerful scene wherein the Labour cabinet is debating its spending proposals; at one point, a frustrated and beleaguered Chancellor of the Exchequer declares that there’s little point in further discussion. 546 more words
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So I had a chance to observe City Council this morning, consumed as it was by the Uber/taxi debate and the attendant seas of yellow and blue T-shirts. 770 more words
TORONTO – The deadline for Toronto to formally submit a bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics is just a day away and a new poll suggests public support may be waning. 279 more words
WATCH ABOVE: Toronto parks and recreation staff are being criticized by parents for clearing a local park of secondhand toys. Mark McAllister reports.
TORONTO — Parents in East York are criticizing the city’s Parks, Forestry and Recreation department after a local park was cleared of secondhand toys. 450 more words
WATCH ABOVE: Kelly says he created his twitter page with the idea of having fun with the social media account.
TORONTO — For a humble city councillor, Norm Kelly has an enormous fan base; the newly minted social media star has now amassed over 100,000 followers on Twitter… 378 more words
WATCH ABOVE: Reports say a friend of Muzik shooting victm Ariela Navarro Fenoy claims she would still be alive had they not been refused a short ride by a number of taxi drivers. 676 more words