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Taxpayers and Suburban Transit Users Big Losers in Mayor Ford’s Transit Plan

For Immediate Release
December 1st, 2010

Taxpayers and Suburban Transit Users
Big Losers in Mayor Ford’s Transit Plan
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New Report Reveals Light Rail Transit is the ‘Greener Way’ for Toronto’s Transit Expansion

For Immediate Release
November 15, 2010

New Report Reveals Light Rail Transit is the ‘Greener Way’ for
Toronto’s Transit Expansion

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Toronto Voters Send Clear Message: Keep Building a Green City

For Immediate Release
October 27, 2010

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Report Card Shows Voters where Mayoral Candidates Stand on the Environment

For Immediate Release
October 13, 2010

Toronto: Today, the Toronto Environmental Alliance (TEA) released results of a 20-question survey that shows where the top 4 mayoral candidates stand on 6 priority environmental actions. The results, available atwww.torontoenvironment.org/voteto, suggest Joe Pantalone has the strongest commitment to the environment.

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Mayoral hopefuls: Stop trash talking Toronto - OneToronto

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 8, 2010

Mayoral hopefuls: Stop trash talking Toronto

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Pantalone Gets Top Mark on Transit Report Card

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

October 7, 2010

Toronto: Mayoral hopeful Joe Pantalone received the top grade in a report card released today by the Public Transit Coalition (PTC) that rated where the leading mayoral candidates stand on key issues facing the TTC. Mayoral candidates were sent a ten-question survey on a range of transit-related issues from keeping the TTC public to keeping fares in check. The complete list of survey questions and candidate responses can be found at www.KeepTTCPublic.ca.

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New Mayor will have to Work with a Green Council

For Immediate Release
October 4, 2010

New Mayor will have to Work with a Green Council

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New Transit Report Card shows Voters where Council Candidates Stand on Top Election Issue

Toronto: Today, the Public Transit Coalition (PTC) released a report card that graded candidates running for City Council on the election issue that has received the most attention to date: public transit.  Each candidate was sent a ten-question survey on a range of transit-related issues such as: keeping the TTC public, building the Transit City Light Rail Plan and keeping fares in check through a sustainable operating subsidy for the TTC from the City and the Province. The complete list of survey questions and candidate responses can be found at www.KeepTTCPublic.ca.

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"Keep TTC Public" warns against mistakes of privatizing

The Public Transit Coalition (PTC), of which we are a member, launched a major multimedia campaign on September 20, 2010 with a very simple message:privatizing public transit will be a disaster for Toronto.

The campaign website is www.KeepTTCPublic.ca 

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