Jan 01, 2019

By Christine Ross

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Toronto’s Mayor has issued his New Year’s greeting. John Tory says there are many things residents can look forward to in 2019 like building transit and an increase of affordable housing.

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At Queen’s Park, Premier Doug Ford also sent New Year well wishes.

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The PC’s have stopped a planned increase in driver and vehicle fees set to take effect today. The government has cancelled a planned increase in the minimum wage that was supposed to kick in January 1. They’ve also eliminated two paid sick days for government workers. The PC’s have introduced a tax credit to take effect today for low income individuals and families giving up to $850.

The province’s lieutenant governor is hosting her annual New Year’s levee today. The public is invited to drop by Queens Park until 2 p.m. New Years Day to meet Elizabeth Dowdeswell.

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