Why mess with a good thing?
The race is on to get into America before things change again.
"Leaving it to the last minute and expecting me to move is appalling."
I was recently in Toronto to interview John Tory, the 65th and current mayor of my adoptive hometown. Thinking about my return to New York, I couldn't help but make comparisons. An age-old saying came to mind. "The grass is always greener on the other side." In my case, was it greener on the other side of the border?
A man from Thunder Bay says he has concerns about the way Porter Airlines bumps passengers from over-sold flights. Greg Ulok
Porter Flight PD539, a Bombardier Dash 8-400, departed from Billy Bishop in downtown Toronto at 7:35 p.m. ET. Shortly after
Toronto-based Porter Airlines has a new partnership with JetBlue Airways of the U.S. that will add dozens of destinations
Porter Airlines is putting its terminal at Toronto’s small and controversial island airport up for sale. The airline, which
That's politics. The public gets irate over the small amounts because they can relate to them. But the funny thing is that politicians who get the small things right generally don't screw up the bigger ones.