A Scarborough community group says it will fight any attempt by the province to seize property from eight homeowners and a local park to widen Hwy. 401 and ease a traffic bottleneck that's plagued drivers for years. The eight homes are on Marilake Drive between Neilson Road and Warden Avenue, adjacent to the 401's westbound lanes — a stretch of highway that's routinely jammed during the morning rush. The C.D.
The province's plan to offer free prescription medications to young people kicks in Jan. 1, but some critics are already questioning whether the plan goes far enough. About 4,400 medications — including things like asthma inhalers and Epipens — will be available to anyone under the age of 25 for free, provided they have an OHIP number, according to the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.
The province's plan to offer free prescription medications to young people kicks in Jan. 1, but some critics are already questioning whether the plan goes far enough. About 4,400 medications — including things like asthma inhalers and EpiPens — will be available to anyone under the age of 25 for free, provided they have an OHIP number, according to the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.
The 8 homeowners are repped by Coun. Chin Lee, who wouldn't talk to us about this story. His e-a: "although he has been made aware of the project, he has not been given any further information in its regard. At this time he would not be available for an interview."
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