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"There is a problem with the way the original bylaw came forward," he said. "If you don't cross every T and dot every I you leave yourself in a vulnerable position."
While you may still be able to get plastic bags from area retailers, you still won't be able to fill them on holidays.
shopping bylaw unchanged
Speaking with CP24 ahead of the vote, Coun. Adam Vaughan said the bylaw does need further examination.
"We really feel uncomfortable moving forward based on what we are hearing from our lawyers and that means we are in limbo," Coun. Giorgio Mammoliti told CP24 prior to the vote. "It seems that everything we do around here is always in limbo."
Coun. Denzil Minnan Wong said the decision was about putting family ahead of business.
The ban had been the subject of much debate since council voted in favour of it last June and two weeks ago the Toronto Taxpayers Coalition announced that they would take the city to court over the ban.
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"Based on what I have heard, people want to see us reducing plastic bags. It's an environmental scourge and as an environmental leader, the City of Toronto has to look at a variety of options," Coun. Janet Davis told CP24 following the vote. "We looked broadly in 2008 at a range of options and we are going to look Nike T Shirts Kids
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In October, council then voted to not reopen a debate on the matter in a 27 18 vote.
Council narrowly voted to ban plastic bags following a vote to eliminate a 5 cent fee for them.
"It was a choice about lifestyles and values," he told CP24. "I think the majority of members of council said that on those few days we can get together, and have relatives Joggers Nike Men
again at a range of options in 2013 and the people of Toronto will have an opportunity to share their views."
Coun. Denzil Minnan Wong has also previously said that he didn't think the ban would stand up in court, going as far as encouraging Torontonians to challenge it.
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