No doubt congestion pricing is coming to Toronto, since no new roads are being built.
Two possible options for road mobility pricing in Metro Vancouver have been outlined in the final report of TransLink’s Mobility Pricing Independent Commission (MPIC).The MPIC launched in July 2017 with a $2.31 million budget for its research and policy development work, which is guided by a paid 14-member commission supported by a team of researchers and coordinators, and its report presented to the Mayors’ Council this morning is the culmination of all of their work.
Source: Mobility Pricing could cost Metro Vancouver families up to $8 per day | Daily Hive Vancouver
Communist capitalistships sure can make a city grow fast. Toronto, for all its self promotion, doesn’t hold much of a candle to this place.
200 km of subways in the next three years? Toronto can only dream.
Source: Shanghai: Life in the Megacity – Top Documentary Films
I grew up in subsidized housing with my mom, and spent weekends with my wealthy grandparents at their Bridle Path mansion. If I wanted to be loved, I’d have to learn to live two lives
Lovely story. Sad that your paternal grandparents couldn’t fork over a few shekels for their bloodline, but hardly surprising either. Glad to see you overcame adversity to become a success.
Another foodie movie exposing the dangers of an animal based diet.
Was Patrick Brown brought down for trying to expose money laundering?
This commenter lays out the case.
I know all is fair in love and politics, but most who think highly of the current (psyop lying mayor, who only got in because former mayor Ford hoax died for him to win) don’t remember or even know about his disgusting attack ad against former Prime Minister Chretien.
I’m not a big fan of monopolies, but I dislike a duplicate monopoly even more.
Some of us have religious affiliations and some of us don’t, but we all believe in one non-denominational two-language public school system. It has been estimated the elimination of the separate system could save 1.25 to 1.6 billion dollars a year…(1)
Source: One Public Education Now – Constitutional Challenge to eliminate the public funding of the duplicate Catholic Separate school system
Over the air radio is nearly dead.
The scariest findings dealt with how many people don’t even own a radio at home.
Are you ready? The Infinite Dial Canada 2018 Study shows 51% of 18-34 year-olds don’t own a radio at home. That’s one in two millennials who don’t have either an AM or FM radio where they live.