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The Progressive Economics Forum: Do Calgary and Edmonton need more power and resources?

Over at the web site of the Calgary Homeless Foundation, I’ve written a blog post titled “Do Calgary and Edmonton need more power and resources?” The blog post comes as the Government of Alberta considers the possibility of, well, giving more power and sources to both Calgary and Edmonton.

Points raised in the blog post . . . → Read More: The Progressive Economics Forum: Do Calgary and Edmonton need more power and resources?

The Canadian Progressive: Four GTA-based organizations recognized for embracing diversity

By: Maytree Foundation | Press Release:

Photo: DiverseCity

TORONTO, June 19, 2013 – At an awards ceremony on Wednesday evening, DiverseCity onBoard recognized Blue Hills Child and Family Centre, the City of Markham, and William Osler Health System for embracing diversity in board governance and making it a priority to recruit board members . . . → Read More: The Canadian Progressive: Four GTA-based organizations recognized for embracing diversity

The Liberal Scarf: Charles Sousa wants all of Ontario working: Take a look at his GTA and rural policies

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With today being the “Day of Debates” (an all candidates luncheon at the Canadian Club and a special taping of The Agenda with Steve Paikin) here is some light reading material for you on Charles Sousa’s bold new ideas to get rural Ontario and the GTA . . . → Read More: The Liberal Scarf: Charles Sousa wants all of Ontario working: Take a look at his GTA and rural policies

Things Are Good: An Extra 32 Minutes a Day for People in Greater Toronto

Your32 is an effort by CivicAction to promote a financially sustainable and more efficient transit solution for people living in the greater Toronto area (GTA). This project is a great way to engage the people in the GTA as the region is regressive when it comes to transportation, even going so far to remove bike . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: An Extra 32 Minutes a Day for People in Greater Toronto