For many voters, the 2003 city election doubled as a referendum on the island airport. David Miller didn’t want it, John Tory did. Miller won [ as an aside, mayoral hopeful Jane Pitfield doesn’t think most Torontonians care about this issue — probably not the best way to win over the hearts of the downtown and waterfront voters ]. So it frustrates me to no end to see this monkey-business Robert Deluce and the Toronto Port Authority are playing with the City of Toronto and its residents. The best analysis of the situation comes from our friend Andrew Spicer. If I was to write something here it would be pretty similar, so why not just go read his words? Also, read the Star’s article on the announcement, Miller’s reaction, and the Globe’s piece.
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