Created in 1999, the electoral district of Davenport, located in the west end of the old City of Toronto. It has been a traditional working-class district.
TORONTO – The anticipation builds for an exciting campaign ahead of the 2022 Ontario general election (June 2). With less than five weeks to go before election day, candidates are hitting the campaign trail to reach out to constituents in their ridings and build support for their political party.
TORONTO – Since Monday, Ontario residents have been able to shop, watch a movie and watch a hockey game without wearing a mask for the first time in about a year and a half. The province has in fact revoked the obligation of this personal protective equipment in most public spaces.
TORONTO – Lorenzo Insigne’s move to TFC represents a step that has no precedent in the history of the MLS. In the past, the North American League has seen big names arrive, from Ibrahimovic to Beckham, from Pirlo to Villa, passing through Higuain and Kakà.
EDMONTON – The Alberta government is running for cover. Faced with the continuous increase in hospitalizations in intensive care, now collapsing, Prime Minister Jason Kenney had to abandon the slogan “stay open for good” and turn around: very hard restrictions starting immediately. (more…)
It may come a little late for the summer travel season, but Toronto’s Billy Bishop Airport will resume commercial airline service starting September 8. (more…)
The public education campaign took over the Yonge-Dundas square. Photo by: Luís Aparício
The City of Toronto’s “Let’s Get Toronto Vaccinated” COVID-19 immunization public education campaign has taken on a new digital dimension at the Yonge and Dundas intersection in the heart of downtown. (more…)
The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) warned that Covid-19 cases are on the rise in the Americas and that, without prevention actions, there is a risk that this boom will be worse than the one that many countries went through last year. (more…)