Media

This page features newspaper articles and media stories that were written by the councillor, about the councillor, or that involve the councillor.

Councillor McMahon’s opinion pieces in Beach Metro Community News

January 22, 2014 - Ice storm provides inspiration for preparation

March 5, 2013 - In support of term limits for City Council 

January 9, 2013 – Ask not what your city can do for you

November 6, 2012 - Introducing the new Queen Street East Urban Design Guidelines

July 24, 2012 - Looking more local legends to take the lead

May 29, 2012 - Looking past Lick’s to a new era of community input

May 1, 2012 - Good things really do grow in Ontario

March 21, 2012 - Taking a look at the cold, hard facts of Ward 32 development

February 7, 2012 - 2012 city budget: something for everyone

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April 2014

Toronto Star - Toronto has nothing to fear from food trucks, says Jennifer Bain (April 09, 2014)

The Globe and Mail - Toronto’s Beaches Easter Parade declared ‘political-free zone’ (April 08, 2014) 

Toronto Star - Beaches Easter parade declared a politician-free zone (April 08, 2014)

CP24 News - Politicians banned from Beaches Easter Parade amid election campaign (April 08, 2014)

National Post - ‘People got timid’: Toronto council loosens restrictions on food truck vendors – but not by much (April 04, 2014)

The Globe and Mail - Toronto council’s vote for more food trucks seen as a ‘baby step forward’ (April 03, 2014)

Toronto Sun - City council food truck debate rolls on (April 03, 2014)

BlogTO - Food trucks rally for looser regulations at City Hall (April 02, 2014)

Toronto Sun - City council debates food truck rules (April 02, 2014)

Beach Metro - Front of Kew Gardens set for refresh (April 01, 2014)

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March 2014

Beach Metro - Corner pub planned for Beach Hill (Mar 19, 2014)

Beach Metro - Street named in honour of teacher (Mar 19, 2014)

The Globe and Mail - Toronto moves to loosen restrictions on food trucks (Mar 18, 2014)

The Globe and Mail - Toronto’s new taxi rules: a fix or a ‘disaster’? (Mar 14, 2014)

The Globe and Mail - Changes to Toronto’s food truck laws set to go to committee next week (Mar 10, 2014) 

Toronto Sun - City bureaucrats recommend food truck freedom (Mar 10, 2014)

Beach Metro - Deal struck for Queen/Woodbine condo (Mar 04, 2014)

Toronto Star - Toronto must protect trees as climate change makes for wilder weather, parks committee urges (Mar 03, 2014)

CP24 - Local group aims to encourage women in politics (Video) (Mar 01, 2014)

CBC News - Municipal politics boot camp draws Toronto women (Mar 01, 2014)

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February 2014

The Beach Mirror - Councillor McMahon works to connect leaders in Ward 32 (Feb 27, 2014)

CBC.ca | Here and Now Toronto - Revamping Derelict Storefronts (Feb 22, 2014)

The Globe and Mail - Toronto’s taxi overhaul initiates shift to owner-operated cabs (Feb 19, 2014)

National Post - Taxi industry to get overhaul after council vote: single license, ‘vomit fee’ among changes (Feb 19, 2014)

Toronto Star - Toronto street-food rules might finally be cooking (Feb 19, 2014)

Toronto Star - Being on Toronto Mayor Rob Ford’s ‘hit list’ is an honour:Editorial (Feb 19, 2014)

The Globe and Mail - Rob Ford declares ‘war’ on 10 opponents in latest campaign video (Feb 18, 2014)

Toronto Star - TCHC halts sale of Beach cottage listed at 1.375M (Feb 14, 2014)

Beach Metro - New bike lane may be coming to the Beach (Feb 04, 2014)

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January 2014

Toronto Sun - Mayor Rob Ford targets Councillor Mary-Margaret McMahon (Jan 31, 2014)

CBC News - Toronto city council passes budget 35-9 (Jan 30, 2014)

The Globe and Mail - Council passes ‘phantom budget’, Ford says (Jan 30, 2014)

The Toronto Star - City committee supports some taxi regulation changes, defers others (Jan 23, 2014)

Beach Metro - Beach hoarding case spurs co-ordination effort by city (Jan 21, 2014)

Beach Metro - Beach pitches in to meet recycling target (Jan 21, 2014)

The Globe and Mail – Toronto looking at loosening food truck laws (Jan 15, 2014)

Beach Metro - OMB ruling discounts Queen guidelines (Jan 7, 2014)

Beach Metro - Reflections on an OMB decision (Jan 7, 2014)

Beach Metro - Holiday blackout for Beach (Jan 7, 2014)

The Toronto Star - Councillor Mary-Margaret McMahon endorses term limits (Jan 6, 2014)

The Toronto Star - Toronto candidates for mayor should be asked to set their own term limit: Editorial (Jan 6, 2014)

The Toronto Star - Rob Ford’s council attendance: better than Miller’s, below average overall (Jan 03, 2014)

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Before 2014

Beach Metro – Silver Birch boathouse changes in the works

Toronto Star - Poll finds term limits for city council and mayor popular with Toronto residents

Toronto Sun – Term limits fight not over at City Hall

Toronto Star - Toronto should study term limits for city council: Editorial

Toronto Star - It’s time for term limits at City Hall

InsideToronto.com – Term limits proposed for Toronto’s ‘dysfunctional’ council

myTownCriter.com - Shops approve Leslieville BIA

National Post - Councillor Mary-Margaret McMahon wants to introduce term limits to Toronto city council

Global Toronto – McMahon to push for term limits on Toronto’s city councillors

InsideToronto.com – Leslie Barns new name for LRV storage facility slated to open in 2014

Globe and Mail - Toronto had better find a sensible middle ground on climate change

Globe and Mail - ’Mighty Middle’ take first step to organize

Globe and Mail - Toronto Council group stakes out middle ground

dandyhorse magazine - Heels on Wheels: Councillor Mary-Margaret McMahon

spacingtoronto – Headspace: Mary-Margaret McMahon

National Post - Leslie streetcard yard ‘utter boondoggle,’ says Mary-Margaret McMahon

Toronto Star – Councillor wants streetcar garage delayed

National Post – TTC votes in Ashbridge Bay facility, votes out ‘under-performing’ routes

Toronto Star – TTC moves ahead on east-end streetcar garage

National Post – TTC moving ahead with new facility in Leslieville

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