The movement, which now calls on the Ontario government to "standardize rates" across the province, was launched in response to Brampton's car insurance hitting as high as $3,301.
"Brampton residents are currently paying the highest auto insurance rates in Ontario, more than 123% higher than the provincial average. Ending the disparity in auto insurance rates, one of the key elements of cost of living is more crucial now than ever," an excerpt from the petition reads.
Anyone looking to support the call to action can sign the form on the City of Brampton's website, which will be sent to an MPP on your behalf.
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It will be tested on over 60 buses throughout the coming months. Residents taking the 35 Jane route will be able to access free Wi-Fi starting at the end of May, while the 102 Markham Rd. route will launch the pilot in early June.
The buses will reportedly be "specially marked" to help commuters identify which ones offer internet services.
In a tweet, Toronto revealed that all of its city clinics are either "fully booked" or "close to" fully booked from today until June 2021 — a reality that Mayor John Tory says is solely down to supply.
While there is no set date on when students will be returning to in-person learning, Yaffe reassures that schools will be the first thing to open.
"Keeping in mind that schools would be the first to open among all the things because that is the most important aspect," Yaffe stated when talking about a reopening, "I can't tell you exactly when, but we want to be careful. We don't want to open too soon and close immediately after."