There are so many people who make a difference on your journey through life. My parents and siblings have always been there for me, cheering me on and believing in me when I didn’t believe in myself. Sometimes when my self-esteem was so low, I needed extra support.
Posts Tagged ‘the Toronto Star’
Courtesy of Morguefile.com
I took the hour commute by TTC to Seneca College on York University’s campus to teach. On my way a woman spoke in what sounded like Polish on a cell during the moment of light on the northbound University-Spadina line. I caught all my buses and subways. I even made sure I was the third person off the bus to Dupont Station through the turnstiles and I think this helped me with my luck at getting the subway right away. Read the rest of this entry »
By Chris Temelkos
Over 100 protesters, several dressed in black, were in tears, as a mock funeral was held for the 99 animals euthanized after a ringworm outbreak at the Newmarket shelter. Read the rest of this entry »
The bid to have the TTC designated as an essential service has come to a stall very early on in its progress, as the city hall refuses to ask the province to strip TTC workers of their right to strike.
While the bill, first introduced by Liberal member David Caplan (Don Valley West), passed the initial reading by a vote of 39 to 7 with unanimous support from Progressive Conservative and Liberal members, the government still intends to nullify it. Read the rest of this entry »