Category Archives: Feminism

Ward 27: Kristyn Wong-Tam, A Shining Star

The Toronto Star says it best: Ward 27 (Toronto Centre-Rosedale): Kristyn Wong-Tam has been an outstanding presence on city council, one of its best and brightest. I couldn’t say it any better myself. Few other councillors reflect the true diversity and … Continue reading

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Ward 29 and 30: Mary Fragedakis and Paula Fletcher, My Locals

I’ve been asked a few times during the Robb Not Ford mayoral efforts why I didn’t run for council instead and take a stab at an office that may be more attainable. My response is a progressive two-fold: I wouldn’t run … Continue reading

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Why I Can’t Get Behind John Tory

As we enter the final week of Toronto’s 2014 civic election race with record numbers of voters turning out at advanced polls (which are now closed), mainstream media has been claiming John Tory is the sure-bet to win the mayoral … Continue reading

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A Wynne for Toronto?

Congratulations to Kathleen Wynne and the Ontario Liberal Party on securing a majority government in last week’s provincial election. It was a night of firsts, as Ms. Wynne is not only the first woman ever elected Premier of Ontario, but … Continue reading

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Citizen: Katherine Cummings

This week’s Citizen profile is Katherine Cummings, a digital strategist who wants BETTER transit for all employment types and stronger support for the LGBTTIQQ2SA community and artists. Read Katherine’s full profile HERE. We do this every Friday! If you are interested … Continue reading

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Doing a Little for Feminism

We’ve come to know the name Robyn Doolittle rather well recently in light of her expose of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford’s substance abuse problems. This week, she launched her new book Crazy Town: The Rob Ford Story. Putting aside my conflict about lending … Continue reading

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