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The Etobicoke, Ont. office will be closed for the "foreseeable future."
Residents can vote for the names of three new streets in Toronto's Etobicoke suburb
The property has provided the backdrop for plenty of high-profile Ford news events.
Over the last few weeks, while dressed in plainclothes -- though they promise it was work-related -- police officers approached certain individuals in Etobicoke's Marie Curtis Park and signalled that they were interested in getting it on. Project Marie represents the historical clash between so-called family values and gay fun that has been an endless source of discrimination and homophobia.
The city we love is at stake, and one wonders if our city ever dreamed we would arrive at such a critically defining moment
Toronto is a dynamic city and an emerging global hub. However, for all its success, Toronto is facing pressures from its rapid growth, as the city aspires to realize its full potential.
A funny thing happened on the way to the Rob Ford lynching. The Media became the story. The hunter became the hunted. The investigator became the investigated.And the messenger, was caught, red-handed and left-handed, writing the message.Instead of simply delivering it.
As the lawyers who represented Borys Wrzesnewskyj in his contested election application, the four to three Supreme Court of Canada decision to uphold the election result in Etobicoke Centre was, of course, disappointing. Hopefully the decision of the Supreme Court will lead to real and meaningful electoral reform which will reduce or eliminate the issues that led to this application. While the majority decision acknowledges that "imperfection" and "uncertainty" are a part of the electoral process, Elections Canada should always strive to eliminate them.