Posts Filed Under: “Denzil Minnan-Wong”
The selection of Minnan-Wong and a largely right-wing executive committee sets the stage for the next four years of city governance.
The three-term councillor, who won a close contest in 2010, is looking to hold on to her Ward 30 seat.
Denzil Minnan-Wong takes on the agency over pink umbrellas, and a testy back-and-forth ensues.
Goodbye Bixi; hello, Bike Share Toronto.
It's falling apart, and now the officials who have been charged with examining the road's long-term future say we should just remove the eastern leg of the Gardiner altogether.
Updates from City Hall as council decides whether to ask the mayor to apologize and take a leave of absence.
In the U.S., it's a holiday today. Bet you like that. So the news, then: Mayor Rob Ford still really likes subways, the mayor's executive committee has decided to defer a decision on raising development fees for new homes, a report on the first phase of a study evaluating whether to allow jet traffic at Billy Bishop Airport should come out in the fall, and the jury's still out on whether the city will bail out Bixi.
Free municipal wireless networks have been implemented in various places with mixed results. Is Toronto ready to give it a try?
How would Rob Ford do in a head-to-head race if an election were held right now?
The disingenuous fight over the future of the Gardiner.
Today BIXI celebrates its one millionth ride in Toronto. What's next for the successful bike-sharing program?
New cycling infrastructure, new problems.
Greetings. Stifle your yawns, because there's news! Glorious news: the mayor is defeated by council on the issue of hiring external planners for the Ontario Municipal Board; Kristyn Wong-Tam and Denzil Minnan-Wong duke it out over the fate of Yonge Street; Peter Milczyn may not understand the definition of "holistic"; and the Mayor officially opts out of the pre-Pride flag-raising ceremony.
The Toronto Cyclists Union's members will vote on dropping the "Union" from the group's name.
Today's special meeting is not the first time city council has acted against a mayor's agenda.
Nominated for: loving Toronto, and telling us all the reasons why we should, too.
Nominated for: running interference for a politically unhinged agenda.