Marc Cormier wants to tackle noise pollution. “We need sanctuaries without parties or music, streets where no mufflers are allowed,” Cormier said. “(Noise) is a serious hazard.”
Cormier said his “pie in the sky” idea is to get “one of the most unique neighbourhoods of Toronto,” Kensington Market, named a UNESCO world heritage site. He also supports laneway housing, and wants more playgrounds in the ward, to make pedestrian crossovers more visible and to connect bike lanes.
Right now, the city’s bike lanes “make no sense,” Cormier said. “We need a comprehensive network in this city.”
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