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How will park closures affect​ athletes and summer leagues?
On March 25, Mayor John announced all Toronto playground equipment and other park amenities are off-limits. Tory tweeted out that the closures of Toronto parks is “part of our continuing efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19.” These closures also include sports fields, tennis courts, and dog parks. Athletes and... Read more
Biden beats Sanders in Super Tuesday blowout
Bloomberg drops, Warren out in home state [REUTERS] – In the space of 24 hours, the Democratic presidential contest suddenly became a two-man race between former Vice President Joe Biden, whose campaign was floundering just a week ago, and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, the self described Democratic socialist.  Biden surged... Read more
Sen. Bernie Sanders takes New Hampshire primary
NASHUA, NH – With 94 per cent of the polls reporting, Sen. Bernie Sanders was declared the winner of the New Hampshire Democratic primary Tuesday night, but it was a close call.  As results began to come in from across the state, a three-way race formed between Sanders, former South... Read more
Your quick guide to the 2020 New Hampshire primary
After weeks of intense campaigning for a primary whose significance has been compounded by the uncertainty surrounding last weeks Iowa caucus results, hundreds of thousands of New Hampshire residents are casting the first ballots in the 2020 U.S. presidential elections today. Once the results finally trickled out of Iowa –... Read more
Highlights of the Feb. 7 Democratic debate
Friday’s crucial Democratic presidential debate began with a reminder that the seven candidates on the stage at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, NH have a common goal – and foe. “Everybody up here is united,” said Sen. Bernie Sanders in response to a comment by former Vice President Joe Biden.... Read more
Beating Trump outweighs the issues according to Democratic voters
As Democratic presidential candidates continue to criss cross the state of New Hampshire looking for all the votes they can find, a pattern has emerged:  Voters are looking for someone who can beat Donald Trump. According to a CNN exit poll from Iowa, more than six in 10 Iowa caucus goers said they would rather nominate... Read more
I followed Andrew Yang around for a day, so you don’t have to
Every four years, around this time of the year in New Hampshire, presidential candidates are canvassing the state for support. Everyday, there are multiple events put on by candidates to campaign. It is not unusual for individual candidates to hold numerous events per day in various parts of the state. ... Read more
Homelessness death toll passes 1,000 names
[PHOTO: Marchers demand mayor John Tory declare the homelessness crisis in Toronto a state of emergency. (Shelter and Houing Justice Network, via: LINK)] The Church of the Holy Trinity’s Toronto Homeless Memorial passed 1,000 names on January 14, following the death of Daniel Duncan the day before. Community members gathered... Read more
Man charged in Toronto feces attacks
A man has been charged in connection with three feces attacks in Toronto. Samuel Opoku, 23, was arrested Tuesday night. He is charged with five counts of assault with a weapon and five counts of mischief interfering with property.  Toronto Police say five people were attacked in three separate incidents when... Read more
Impeachment Day 4 hears from Ambassador Sondland
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A senior U.S. diplomat told lawmakers on Wednesday President Donald Trump expressly ordered him and others to pressure Ukraine into investigating a political rival, providing some of the most significant testimony to date in a Democrat-led impeachment inquiry. Wednesday’s proceedings began with U.S. Ambassador to the European Union, Gordon... Read more