DiNovo Back For Another Term

Parkdale-High Park MPP Cheri DiNovo is on her way back to Queen’s Park and is pleased to be a part of the larger NDP caucus. “We’re coming back in an incredibly strengthened position, which is good for our voters,” she said. “We’ve increased our percentage in the house more than any other party.” The NDP picked up seven seats in the Oct. 6 … [Read more...]

Marchese Holds On In Tight Race

It was a nail-biter, but Trinity–Spadina MPP Rosario Marchese managed to hold on to his seat at Queen’s Park despite a strong challenge from high-profile Liberal candidate Sarah Thomson. Marchese wracked up his sixth term as MPP with 42.6 percent of the vote compared to Thomson’s 39.7 percent. Thomson, publisher of the Women’s Post, previously … [Read more...]

Murray Nervous About New Post

Newly minted Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities Glen Murray is heading back to Queen's Park with butterflies in his stomach. “It’s a little intimidating, it’s the third largest ministry in the government,” said Murray. “So I’m feeling a few butterflies in my stomach.” Murray, who previously served as mayor of Winnipeg, realizes … [Read more...]

Vaughan The Famous, Not Infamous

The city of Vaughan has many claims to fame: home to Canada’s Wonderland, the fastest-growing municipality nationwide, the largest without a hospital, and a spot to find a damn good veal sandwich. But all of these fine traits are often eclipsed by the mammoth that is Vaughan politics, a rancorous beast if there ever was one. We’re now in the … [Read more...]

Looking To Ride The Orange Wave

NDP candidate Cathy Crowe says she decided to challenge Liberal Glen Murray once again because whenever she goes out, she sees support on the streets. “One of the reasons I decided to run is that I can’t go anywhere in the riding without people telling me to run,” said the Toronto Centre hopeful. “I feel like I’ve tried so much from the outside … [Read more...]