Tag Archives: Ontario.

Do Your Driving Convictions Really Disappear After 3 Years

From my blog: Simon Says, Category: Police Myths Do Your Driving Convictions Really Disappear After 3 Years? Records of Convictions for Provincial Charges in Ontario Do your driving convictions really disappear after 3 years?  Simon says, "No!"  Keep reading to…

The legality of G20 police cordons in Toronto

Toronto is a changed city this weekend. Various police forces have cordoned off a big part of downtown searching and checking IDs of those wishing to enter. We in Canada are not used to ID checks and car searches on…

What can the mayor of Toronto really do?

Toronto will go to the polls to elect its mayor on October 25 this year. There is a lot of media interest in mayoral candidates and scandals surrounding some of them. The incumbent mayor, David Miller, also attracted media attention…

How to secede from Ontario

So what if Toronto became a province? Why would that be a bad idea? Regardless of the arguments for and against, Toronto can never become a province unless there is a lawful way to that goal, and there are several. In…