Visit Blog
Explore Tumblr blogs with no restrictions, modern design and the best experience.
#ontario
Text
Tumblr media
"Why is it that the people of Canada can purchase a vial of insulin for around $12, while just 2 miles away in Detroit, Americans are charged $98.70?
I'll tell you why — because we are the only major country which does not negotiate drug prices. Those days are coming to an end."
- Sen. Bernie Sanders
274 notes · View notes
triflingthing · 2 days ago
Text
Tumblr media
Tumblr media
Tumblr media
Tumblr media
“I really can’t afford all these cocktails can you come over” - a failed series
150 notes · View notes
yesterdaysprint · an hour ago
Photo
Tumblr media
The Windsor Star, Ontario, January 8, 1927
129 notes · View notes
gameraboy2 · a day ago
Photo
Tumblr media
Commonwealth Savings & Loan Corporation, Toronto, Ontario
48 notes · View notes
benjblu · a day ago
Text
Tumblr media
New kit day, the most comfortable I've tried. A short and windy ride today!
17 notes · View notes
allthecanadianpolitics · 7 months ago
Link
The City of Toronto is asking a court to order a local man to stop building small wooden shelters for the homeless.
The city filed an injunction application on Feb. 12 against Khaleel Seivwright, a carpenter who has been building small structures for those living outside.
The city wants an order that permanently stops Seivwright from placing or relocating structures on city-owned land.
It cites bylaws that prohibit camping and living in city-owned parks.
Continue Reading.
Tagging: @politicsofcanada @onpoli
6K notes · View notes
churchrummagesale · a month ago
Photo
Tumblr media
Tumblr media
Tumblr media
Tumblr media
a forgotten home off the highway
1K notes · View notes
spookyoaktree · 7 months ago
Text
watch this if you want to see a cool gay movie set in canada 😎
links to shit: https://linktr.ee/howtofixradios
3K notes · View notes
j-k-i-ng · 10 months ago
Photo
Tumblr media
“The deep freeze at Niagara Falls.“ by | Michael Sidofsky
6K notes · View notes
canadian-marxist · 5 months ago
Text
Hey, so I've just been posting about this Ontario Coalition Against Ford for a few days now and it's because it's very important. The third wave in Ontario is very bad. Hospitals are overwhelmed, they're triaging in parking lots. Someone dies of Covid every hour-and-a-half. But non-essential workplaces are staying open and just yesterday the Conservative government voted down a bill for paid sick days.
Something drastic has to be done to force the Ford government to put human lives before business. Actions like strikes and mass work refusals can threaten profits and force Doug Ford to do something. That's why OCAF is calling on the ONDP and labour leaders to organize mass work refusals.
It starts with the open letter I posted already, but that's just the start. If you are angry at the Ford government come to the meeting on Zoom tonight (Tuesday April 27, 8:30) to take part in the movement.
Links in the notes, and feel free to ask me questions
1K notes · View notes
ellie-afterdark · 20 days ago
Text
Decided to go on a little adventure today ☺
A whole boat of men came around the corner seconds after I ended the video! 🙈
I wonder what would have happened had they caught me
435 notes · View notes
monkeyduels · 3 months ago
Text
Canada has long had a problem with race, religion and ethnicity that is hidden insidiously behind surface politeness and an unwillingness to face the societal rot head-on. Minorities have tried to bring attention to the issues we face on a daily basis, only to be told to be grateful that we're "not as bad as the States" when many of their symptoms can be seen in our country too. It has been very frustrating as a minority to realize that a lot of the progressive, white, cisgender, heterosexual population have simply been unaware of the state of our world despite our people desperately asking and crying for change. At what point is their ignorance willful and immoral? Seeing social media during the BLM protests earlier this year, the Palestine oppression that was spread here in the West, the mass grave found in Kamloops and now the Muslim family murdered in London, Ontario, it's not that they think this is right, it's just that they didn't care when people were trying to bring attention to these problems before serious fallout occurred. So why do we always have to suffer and lose members of our communities just to be seen? Infuriating is too mild a word to describe the rage and pain I feel when I think about this topic. My people are dying. You can't be bothered to pay attention until they do.
689 notes · View notes
churchrummagesale · a month ago
Photo
Tumblr media
Tumblr media
Tumblr media
Tumblr media
June 2017
907 notes · View notes