Category: News

Update on Stopping Graphic Images used by Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform

Last year the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform (CCBR) started a summer campaign that used very graphic images to attack the right of women to reproductive choice. Their summer interns dropped flyers door to door and they also demonstrated with large signs on street corners across the City. They are back again this summer. We… Read more »

Leslieville Traffic Study

  The City of Toronto has launched a Traffic Management and Mitigation Study within the Leslieville Community. This traffic study is underway because I heard from so many residents about road safety, in particular around schools, related to development applications on Eastern Ave and Queen Street. Read my motion that initiated the study here: PG22.3… Read more »

Metal detectors and baggage checks are coming to Toronto city hall

Thursday, June 28, 2018 By Samantha Beattie, Toronto Star Visitors to Toronto’s city hall will soon experience heightened security with baggage checks at main entrances and metal detector screening at council chambers. Council approved the enhanced security measures on Thursday night, and they will be put into place this summer, according to a staff report. The… Read more »