EMTSC for thee, but not for me

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Scona Pool may be closing, but the mayor wants outdoor pools open longer. Plus both regional transit and a six-storey apartment building in Glenora may be on the chopping block.
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Daryl Katz
Digital sign on 109 Street
Catalytic converter thefts
Scona Pool
Affordable housing
Regional transit
Glenora rezoning
Aggregate recycling
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EMTSC for thee, but not for me
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