On October 22nd voting hours will take place between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. All employers must ensure...Read More
Category: GTA Politics
So what was in the Ontario PC Party Plan? Well we didn’t get a full plan during the...Read More
Toronto police say they’re investigating following the release of an email allegedly sent by police officer and Progressive Conservative candidate Roshan Nallaratnam. The email, made public by the New Democrats, states...Read More
Ontario election 2018 platform guide: Where the parties stand on everything from hydro bills to taxes to transit
Election day in Ontario—June 7—is fast approaching, and voters face a stark choice in the three...Read More
Liberals win a stunning majority in Canada. http://www.ctvnews.ca/mobile/politics/ctv-projects-liberal-majority-harper-to-step-down-as-conservative-leader-1.2617286 Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click...Read More
Well your friendly neighborhood G.T.A Patriot is back online, after a hiatus. Today is Election...Read More
National Post: Protect democracy from non-citizen motorists. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw6s2Frho Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on...Read More
According to a new Forum Research poll, more than half of Toronto residents want to scrap the city’s land transfer tax, license cyclists, contract out cleaners, toss out the plastic bag tax and support a subway-based transit plan.
The Forum poll conducted Wednesday found 61% of Toronto residents approve of ending the city’s land transfer tax and licensing cyclists so that traffic laws can be enforced on them.
Ford campaigned on abolishing the land transfer tax but has yet to make any progress on dropping it from the city’s books.
Among those surveyed, support has grown since a Forum poll last month for a subway-based transit plan with 60% now in favour of the idea rather than 36% who favour a transit system based on LRTs.
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So what is Toronto becoming? MGM wants to build a massive casino on Toronto’s waterfront, preferably turning Ontario Place into a mini Vegas. Ashley Madison wants to sponsor Toronto Zoos, as long as they get naming rights...Read More