Interview: Mayor Tory says budget vote today may be optimistic There are three days allocated to the budget debate, Mayor John Tory told 680 NEWS Reporter Jaime Pulfer. He adds that a vote on Wednesday may be optimistic. The most compelling the part of the budget, he says, is the $80 million more allocated to transit spending than last year. He also criticizes the province for rejecting the road toll plan, saying they left Toronto in the lurch. Feb 15, 2017, 07:30 AM
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