Archive For The “Municipal Elections 2010” Category

Mayor’s Office powerful new force at City Hall

By | December 10, 2010

In an earlier article here I tried to predict which way this new City of Toronto Council would swing on bicycling issues. I made a colour coded quick-reference table that tries to show all the changes at City Hall after the October 25th election. The election saw a record 14 new councilors elected (5 incumbents [...]

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Transit City hangs in the balance as opportunist candidates dither and dodge at the precipice of an epoch

By | August 3, 2010

A Vision lacking amongst Mayoral candidates Over at ”Duncan’s City Ride”, a BikingToronto blog, Duncan posted: “Jarvis lanes tell the story of a city that pretends to be committed to the bicycle” Hume – from the Christopher Hume op-ed published in the Toronto Star. I’ll quote again part of what Hume had to say, “Rather than [...]

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