The Globe and Mail
Apr. 02 2015 Oliver Moore
Deputy Mayor Denzil Minnan-Wong’s attempt to have the city take a broad look at taxi regulation was shot down by council on Thursday, leaving the controversial issue to advance piecemeal in the coming months.
The councillors leading the opposition to Mr. Minnan-Wong are members of a city hall committee that is trying to wash away some of the most bitterly debated changes of previous rounds of taxi reforms.
Jim Karygiannis says city employees shouldn’t be using Uber while the city is involved in a court battle to ban the service.
City councillor Jim Karygiannis said he will likely introduce a motion at next month’s council meeting to have the popular car-hailing app Uber removed from city-owned Smartphones.
Move to reopen LRT debate rejected
Toronto Sun March 25, 2015 Don Peat
TORONTO –A sandwich was the only “subway” that got delivered at City Hall Wednesday.
Councillor Giorgio Mammoliti presented Mayor John Tory with a Subway sandwich with “extra cheese for the Big Cheese” just before the executive committee meeting went to lunch.
Mammoliti, Karygiannis to make transit change pitches to Toronto’s executive committee
Scarborough-Mirror March 19 , 2015 David Nickle
York West Councillor Giorgio Mammoliti will try and convince Mayor John Tory’s executive committee to take another look at the Finch Avenue West LRT light rail plan.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder takes high toll on emergency workers, military, Scarborough forum hears-image
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder takes high toll on emergency workers, military, Scarborough forum hears
A representative from a north-Scarborough church is accusing the TTC of disregarding future traffic volumes in its haste to build the McNicoll bus garage.
McNicoll Bus Garage meeting to be hosted by TTC
Scarborough Mirror Friday Jan 30, 2015
The TTC is again bringing its plans for the McNicoll Bus Garage to northwest Scarborough residents on Thursday, Feb. 5.
The commission, which bought land east of Kennedy Road and north of McNicoll Avenue in 2005, says a garage is badly needed to service its expanding bus fleet.