Thursday, June 9, 2016

Worth Reading - June 9, 2016

Related to my posts from the last two weeks, from Strong Towns how narrow streets let cities do more with less

Over 3.5 million people are expected to move to the Greater Toronto-Hamilton Area. The Toronto Star reports that Ontario is ill-prepared to address the escalating costs to deal with the growth

The saga of the Scarborough subway continues and it is draining Toronto's coffers

Here's Andrew Coyne on the changes to the electoral reform committee

From the Globe and Mail, a profile of Brampton and its increasingly South Asian and minority in character and the negative connotation growing around that. 

As the Democratic Presidential Primary winds down there are those who are so committed to Sanders that they will not vote for Clinton to defeat Trump

Ian MacDonald writes on the state of the NDP leadership race

Cheri DiNovo (ONDP - Parkdale-High Park) is the first to toss her hat into the NDP leadership ring... sort of. 

No comments: