GLENN IN THE NEWS

The following is a small sample of Glenn’s recent media coverage.

2017

2016

2015

2014

  • Toronto Star

    Mayor John Tory asked one of his deputy mayors, Glenn De Baeremaeker, to “champion” the planned Scarborough extension to the Bloor-Danforth subway line. De Baeremaeker says he is fully supportive of the three-stop extension he helped get approved. He has simply concluded that a four-stop extension would be much better.

  • Metro News

    Ahead of his inauguration, mayor-elect John Tory has announced that he will appoint not one deputy mayor, but four…. Prior to being elected in 2003, De Baeremaeker made his mark as an environmental activist in Scarborough, leading campaigns against development in Rouge Valley and the Oak Ridges Moraine…. De Baeremaeker bikes 20 kilometres to City […]

  • Toronto City Council

    Councillor Glenn De Baeremaeker speaks at Toronto City Council’s 2014 budget debate

  • Inside Toronto

    Scarborough’s appointed “champion” for the Bloor-Danforth subway extension says that extension must be improved. “It’s no use having a subway if no one one can get access to it,” Glenn De Baeremaeker said of the $3.56-billion proposal last week.

2013

  • Toronto City Council

    Toronto City Councillor Glenn De Baeremaeker speaks during Oct 8th, 2013 City Council meeting on why investing in Scarborough subway is the right thing to do for both Scarborough and the entire city of Toronto.

  • Toronto Vegetarian Association

    For 25 years I have felt absolutely fantastic… I eat spectacular, amazing foods every single day and I protect animals and I protect the environment and I protect my own health.

  • The Toronto Observer

    Most of the tab for three new dog parks in Scarborough is being picked up by developers, Councillor Glenn De Baeremaeker says. On Oct. 6, the Ward 38 councillor announced Scarborough will be gaining the three new dog parks.

2011

  • CityNews

    Toronto city council voted to ban the sales of dogs and cats in pet stores, becoming the second Canadian city to do so. De Baeremaeker proposed the bylaw, arguing that many of the animals come from puppy mills. “Animal cruelty has to stop,” he added.

 

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