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    Toronto | 50 Merton | 133.66m | 39s | Diamond Corp | Hariri Pontarini

    A little comment here: you can tell that the Matlow-sponsored spree of batch heritage-register listings hereabouts (and the community which sponsored it) had its priorities skewed through the fact that it ignored stuff like Girl Guides totally.
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    2022 Municipal Election: Council Races

    Yeah, when it comes to this case, "deputy mayor" doesn't necessarily equate w/"anointed heir apparent"--it's certainly not a situation like Chrystia relative to Justin. In fact, even if he tilts left rather than right a la Tory, that mushy-middleness is *exactly* what could make Bradford ideal...
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    2022 Municipal Election: Council Races

    And Perruzza served a term on North York Council in 1988-90 before being elected to Queen's Park.
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    2022 Municipal Election: Council Races

    Actually. my POV has long been that had Kathleen Wynne lost her '13 provincial leadership bid, she'd probably have run for Mayor the next year and probably won, largely by rendering a John Tory bid redundant (yeah, I know, a queer female vs the Ford machine--but she'd have been a superior...
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    2022 Municipal Election: Council Races

    I'm still betting on Brad Bradford becoming some kind of anointed John Tory successor.
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    Evocative Images of Lost Toronto

    From the looks of things, 1950s likelier than circa 1970.
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    Evocative Images of Lost Toronto

    Yeah, this is what the Downtown had been renovated into by then...
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    44th Canadian Federal Election

    If you're talking about the 2019, you're talking about the general election, and the NDP was ahead 22-7 there. The byelection was an exceptional circumstance--were Annamie Paul not newly-elected and not-yet-imploded Green leader, it most likely would've been a NDP-2nd/Green-single-digit...
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    Premier Doug Ford's Ontario

    Again, re Krista, whaddaya wanna bet that Dave Haynes is in the Bernier camp. And re Deco, whaddaya wanna bet they secretly cornered the social-distancing-sticker marketplace.
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    44th Canadian Federal Election

    What I'm stating here is that if there *is* any, it'd be the NDP. And as proof of "never say never": 2018, provincially.
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    Evocative Images of Lost Toronto

    N tower indeed was built w/the original phase in 1977. S tower 1981 (a couple of years after the EC second phase opened); midblock tower 1992...
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    Premier Doug Ford's Ontario

    REESSAYEZ S.V.P,
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    44th Canadian Federal Election

    First of all, there aren't *that* many rock-hard Haldimand-Norfolks out there, when all is said and done. By comparison, the 905 belt can be *very* tricky in its shifts. Secondly, as it now stands, the Conservatives aren't the alternative option in Toronto Centre, the NDP is. (All the more so...
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    44th Canadian Federal Election

    Waffling on Covid-related issues isn't going to get one far in ridings w/heavy Chinese demos (thus their two losses in York Region, and in Richmond BC)

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