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Meanwhile, this morning in Parkdale …

I’m setting off soon for Queen’s Park to join my young climate activists for Toronto’s march. Was awake in the night with nightmares about this election – what can I DO to help ensure the ghastly Scheer remains in the dust?

We survived Harper, we can survive Scheer, but each time, those guys make our country that much worse, just as our province has already been incalculably damaged by Ford. It’s heartbreaking. Could I write an oped that would help right wing 905ers see the light? Could I put up a sign that would galvanize non-voting neighbours?

I’ll go march with my grandchildren while I try to figure it out.

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