TORONTO, March 7, 2019 /CNW/ – As Premier Doug Ford steamrolls ahead with stealing Toronto’s subway system through his so-called “upload,” Amalgamated Transit Union Local 113 members are calling on Progressive Conservative Members of Provincial Parliament from Toronto ridings to do the right thing and slam the brakes on the
Firefighters quickly extinguished separate fires that broke out nearly simultaneously in the east end Thursday morning.
A passerby, uncertain if anyone was home, called in the first at 9:33 a.m. after spotting flames coming from a garage of a rowhouse at 1510 Mimosa Ave. near Alta Vista Drive and Industrial
The new Metrolinx policy banning recreational cannabis for certain workers has drawn criticism and could bring legal action from the Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 1587, which represents Metrolinx employees.
Union president John Di Nino has said that the policy change was done without consultation with the union by the company
A low-income bus pass has taken its first steps toward becoming reality in Winnipeg.
The public works committee at Winnipeg’s city council helped the bus pass clear the first hurdle, voting Tuesday to make the proposal part of 2019’s budget deliberations.
Winnipeg is hardly the first large Canadian city to
It’s looking more certain that the $2.1-billion Confederation Line LRT will open near the end of next March, although the city is nervous about promoting another launch date after it aborted the first two.
The city’s transportation general manager, John Manconi, would only tell council members Wednesday during a finance