Liberals Pass the Buck on Eco-Fees

Candice Malcolm — Nobody likes paying eco-fees in Ontario. Many view it as a tax; an extra fee tacked onto purchases, sending cash flowing into the vast government void — all in the name of being environmentally responsible. Canadian Taxpayers ...

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Town Hall: Action on climate change through electoral reform


Canadian Electoral Alliance and JustEarth will be co-hosting a Town Hall Meeting on Nov. 28, 2013 at 7-9 pm, at the 2nd floor auditorium of The Ralph Thornton Community Centre, 765 Queen St E., Toronto. This is a free ...

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No evidence global warming caused Typhoon Haiyan

Philippines storm damage

Michel Chossudovsky, PhD ­— [Global Research] Haiyan (Yolanda), the strongest tropical typhoon ever recorded has occurred in the Philippines with devastating consequences for an entire nation, resulting in more than 10,000 deaths. An estimated 615,000 people have been displaced. Up ...

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All-candidates debate Nov. 20: Jarvis Collegiate, 495 Jarvis

Toronto bulletin

A coalition of eight community associations will host an all-candidates debate for the Toronto Centre federal by-election from 7-9 p.m. on Wednesday, November 20th at Jarvis Collegiate Institute, located at 495 Jarvis St., Toronto. Doors open to the public at ...

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Toronto Historic Museums events through December 4

Garden District

The City of Toronto Historic Sites present several events in November and December that provide enriching entertainment for all ages while connecting visitors to Toronto’s rich history. Visit for more information. COLBORNE LODGE    South end of High Park on ...

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Monsanto discloses top Canadian GMO seed, poison clients

Ever wonder which farmers not to buy from because they use Monsanto poisons and/or genetically modified seeds (GMO) that are suspected of having atrocious effects on our environment and health? Here are some of Monsanto’s prized customers from the company’s ...

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Law Society Regulatory Proceedings for October 2013

The Law Society’s Hearing and Appeal Panels recently heard the following matters. Hearing and Appeal Panels are responsible for determining the appropriate disposition of cases. Dorothy Elizabeth DeMerchant (1984), of the City of Toronto Decision: The application was dismissed. Roy ...

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Canadian workers are being underutilized: CLC chief

Angella MacEwen — The President of the Canadian Labour Congress says that too many Canadian workers are stuck in part time jobs and others have given up looking for work altogether. Ken Georgetti responds to Statistics Canada Labour Force Survey ...

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Ontario Tories have a plan to turn horse racing around

Jacqui Delaney — The Ontario PC Party is unveils a strong and bold turnaround plan for Ontario’s embattled horse-racing industry, recognizing that a robust horse-racing business is a vital component of the province’s rural economy. “A thriving horse-racing industry is ...

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Parliament Speaker Series: Women and the War of 1812

Come to the Parliament interpretive centre for a special speaker series event on the War of 1812. Expert Jane Errington will shed light on the female experience of the era, in her presentation, “War on the Homefront: Women and the ...

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