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Murray carries Toronto Centre for Liberals

By Duncan McAllister — Toronto Liberals celebrated their by-election victory during a packed reception at the Downtown Jack Astor’s restaurant at Yonge and Dundas square on the evening of Feb. 4th. Premiere Dalton McGuinty was on hand to congratulate the ...

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Corporate Knights tilt toward Toronto

Magazine dubs dysfunctional city a hero of the sustainability sweepstakes By Frank Touby — The city that can’t keep its streets and parks clean, its century-old water pipes from bursting, its transit moving people efficiently…and all the other failings the ...

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No prorogue rally invades Yonge-Dundas square

By Duncan McAllister — Thousands of Torontonians attended a rally march on Jan. 23rd, that started at Yonge-Dundas Square with speeches and entertainment, then made its way south along Yonge. A recent phenomenon, the non-partisan, grassroots movement, Canadians Against Proroguing Parliament has gone viral with ...

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Exciting new developments in East Bayfront

By Pam McConnell – The recently announced Parkside development will bring a residential and commercial complex to an important East Bayfront gateway site. Located east of Sherbourne Park and north of Queens Quay, Parkside is the first private sector development ...

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Winchester improvements

By Doug Fisher – The Donvale Cabbagetown Residents Association is working on a new project to improve the corner at Winchester and Parliament. The  site has been the focus of a lot of controversy last summer. Now the DVCRA has broken ...

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Solar electricity for your high rise?

By Tim Grant — At Tower Power Toronto’s Jan. 13 evening meeting, Dennis Bartels presented his ”solar electricity 101”—all you need to know about adding photovoltaic panels to the roof of your multi-unit building. He described the system components, the ...

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