It has become almost accepted that politicians break their promises. Whether it is to balance the budget or achieve an ambitious goal outlined in their campaign platforms, the electorate already anticipates that they will always fall short of their pledges. By now, we don’t even get angry about it – we’re immune to disappointment. For once, however, folks in the province of Ontario and economists with “I told you so” tattoos on their foreheads might be glad that their conservative premier broke a promise.
Renting In The Six
Trying to find a place to live in the city of Toronto is about as tormenting as being a fan of the Maple Leafs hockey team. You cannot go anywhere in North America’s fourth-largest city without listening to musings on housing and public transit, two issues that prevent the Big Smoke from living up to its distinction of being a so-called world-class city