The issues that matter to you, matter to us.

Private Garbage Collection East Of Yonge St.

In 2009, a garbage strike turned Toronto parks into garbage dumps as garbage blew through our streets for five long weeks. The strike was offensive to the nose, and after terms of the settlement were revealed, taxpayers realized we'd be paying through the nose. Read more...

Transit Troubles

Higher prices for Metropasses ($133.75 and counting) and for tickets should lead to better services, but instead we're having neighbourhoods ripped apart for LRTs, busses bunched three deep on busy streets, and endless subway delays. Read more...

Land Transfer Headaches

For the past three years, the Municipal Land Transfer Tax has been making it harder to both buy and sell a home in Toronto. Buyers have less money to spend, and sellers receive less money because of the extra tax to the city. Read more...

Spending Spree Continues

Toronto's 2014 budget was an astounding $9.6 billion, by far our largest budget ever and a full $200 million more than last year. Spending within our means, or anyone's means, is fast becoming a thing of the past. Is this what we wanted? Read more...

Fair Wage Policy

Toronto's "Fair Wage Policy" is one of the most unfair policies the city has. The FWP dictates that employers who contract with the city must pay their employees a prescribed schedule of wages to their employees. This dramatically increases the cost of programs and construction. Read more...

Cutting Council In Half

The need to cut City Council in half has never been more clear. Whether they're debating the merits of real grass over artificial astroturf or the City's budget, the endless array of of silly ideas gets tiring very quickly. Perhaps one of the worst ideas - to increase the number of councillors from 44 to 50 as some on council have suggested. Read more...