City Hall Gets Redesign, 905ers Pissed About Taxes, Loblaw Workers Ready For Strike
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City Hall Gets Redesign, 905ers Pissed About Taxes, Loblaw Workers Ready For Strike

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Mayor Miller is announcing today that there will be a major competition to redesign Nathan Phillips Square.
Olivia Chow wants her colleagues in Ottawa to stay away from Porter Air. The upstart airline is starting flights on October 23rd.
A fire broke out in a Humane society foster home early this morning. A brave boyfriend saved many of the animals but sadly two cats died.
Higher residential property taxes has 905ers pissed off at those of us here in the 416. Apparently the 905 is also subsidizing Toronto’s social programs. Both areas can agree on one thing though, this is Queen’s Park’s fault.
A union has released a survey that estimates that there are 40,000 illegal immigrants in Toronto with about half of them working in construction.
Tie Domi is in trouble with his wife again for allegedly violating a restraining order.
Police are looking for the driver involved in a hit-and-run with a senior on Roncesvalles and Marion.
Loblaw workers have voted in favour of a strike. They haven’t confirmed when they will go on strike yet and are still negotiating with management.

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