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Candidates rejected, might as well vote for the “dead” one

TORONTO – On November 3, 2020, Republican David Andahl won the election for a seat in the North Dakota Legislature. Voters gave him 36 percent of the vote, enough for the candidate to win the election. And this despite the fact that Andahl had died of Covid a month earlier, on October 5. The electorate, in order not to vote for the other candidates, preferred to elect the one who had already passed to a better life. In the last federal election in the Spadina-Fort York district we witnessed something similar. (more…)

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Election Day coming up. How will you vote?

TORONTO – I voted in the advance polls. Like many readers of the Corriere Canadese, I have been taken aback by the riding profiles offered daily by Priscilla Pajdo in our pages. No other publication has been providing their readers with as extensive and detailed a picture of any constituency as her pieces have. She has focused on districts where 9% or more of the population are of Italian origin.  (more…)

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The “Mission Impossible”: convince the undecided to vote

TORONTO – Exactly eleven days before the elections, the great challenge between the parties has begun: to convince the undecided. A slice of the electorate still very conspicuous, as confirmed by the eleven polls, a band that at the end of the day could definitively shift the balance and balance of power between political formations. (more…)

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Sault Ste. Marie: Italians may hold the key in a tight three-way vote


The electoral district of Sault Ste. Marie is located in northern Ontario, about an 8-hour car ride northwest of Toronto. It is situated along the international boundary between Canada and the US and part of the northern shoreline of Lake Superior.

The riding is shaping up to be a battleground among the three major parties. (more…)

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Covid, Afghanistan and surveys: the three unknowns of the vote

TORONTO – Three unknowns make the road to the confirmation of Justin Trudeau at the helm of the country tortuous. Three unforeseen situations, which evidently had not been taken into account by the outgoing prime minister and his entourage when the decision was made to pull the plug on the government and send the country back to the polls.  (more…)

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Support local bakeries and vote for the “Best Zeppole in Toronto”

EnglishItalianPortugueseSpanishGermanDutchFilipinoPolishChinese (Simplified)ArabicBengaliGreekTurkishKoreanJapanesePersianRomanian TORONTO – The following bakeries are taking part in a contest to vote for the “Best Zeppole in Toronto”

The five amazing nominees in Toronto are:

  1. “R” Bakery located at 326 Marlee Ave.
  2. Zito’s Market Place located at 210 Marlee Ave.
  3. Rustic Bakery Ltd. located at 318 Rustic Rd.
  4. Angel’s Bakery and Deli located at 296 Roger’s Rd.
  5. Amico Bakery located at 2889 Dufferin St.

Be sure to support your local bakeries by ordering and picking up some Zeppole. Voting will continue over the weekend.

Zeppole are a traditional Italian pastry usually prepared for the Feast of Saint Joseph celebrated on March 19 every year. The photo below features Frank D’Amico showcasing the tasty treats at Angel’s Bakery and Deli.


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