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Welcome to JohnTory.TO, not to be confused with the John Tory betting site that uses after the Toronto Mayor allowed the domain name to expire on July 21st, 2021. Toronto Mayor John Tory now uses the domain which was registered on April 15th 2022.

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We, at JohnTory.TO offer domain registrations that have auto-renew enabled so if a customer forgets to renew thier domain, it will be automatically be renewed before the date in which the domain is due to expire. Therefore we anticipate 'JohnTory.TO' is going to be quite useful for folks from all around the world in search for domain names with auto-renew so they don't expire.

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This domain is for sale at a price only a board member of a multi-billion dollar corporation can afford and you can buy it here now or for the low-tax option, make an offer here. The owner has agreed to put proceeds of this sale into public spaces, public transportation, cycling infrastructure, and affordable housing. They added, "this would only seem fair."

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John Tory in the news

  • Toronto’s integrity commissioner ends investigation into Mayor John Tory due to election deadline - Global News
  • Cyclists set to protest in High Park amid tension over speed enforcement - Global News
  • Toronto’s Vision Zero efforts criticized amid municipal election campaign - Global News
  • If John Tory wants to be a good mayor, he should take lessons from Toronto Mayor Rob Ford - Toronto Star
  • Doug Ford slams John Tory - CBC News
  • John Tory admits to substance abuse while driving - City News
  • Former staffer for Mayor John Tory appointed chief executive officer of agency managing city’s $27-billion real estate portfolio - Toronto Star
  • Mayor Tory asks for more funding from federal, provincial governments for 2021 - Global News
  • City council rejects Toronto-style inspections for London, Ont. apartments - Global News
  • Toronto Mayor John Tory calls for stricter Covid-19 pandemic enforcement from police - Globe and Mail
  • Why someone needs to challenge John Tory in Toronto municipal elections - Toronto Star
  • Man dead after overnight shooting in North York - CP24
  • Toronto to move ahead with security patrols in parks after city councillor's motion defeated - CBC News
  • Car2Go to shut down in Toronto, blaming new city hall rules - CBC News
  • What we can learn from Doug Ford's days as head of council - CBC News
  • 16-year-old boy killed in East York was 'intentionally struck' - CTV News

Comparing JohnTory.TO to

Here we compare some techincal differences in these 2 domains...
  • JohnTory.TO was registered in August 2022 after was registered in April 2022.
  • JohnTory.TO is hosted in Finland, whereas is hosted in the United States.
  • JohnTory.TO is powered by 100% renewable energy, whereas relies on Fossil Fuels.
  • JohnTory.TO is registered with an small, independant Canadian company, whereas is registered with a large US-based publicly traded corporation.
  • JohnTory.TO scores an A rating on, whereas scores a B rating due to permission problems and other failures.
  • JohnTory.TO allows crypto donations, whereas does not.

History of Toronto

The word Toronto was recorded with various spellings in French and English, including Tarento, Tarontha, Taronto, Toranto, Torento, Toronto, and Toronton. Taronto referred to "The Narrows", a channel of water through which Lake Simcoe discharges into Lake Couchiching where the Huron had planted tree saplings to corral fish. This narrows was called tkaronto by the Mohawk, meaning "where there are trees standing in the water," and was recorded as early as 1615 by Samuel de Champlain. The word "Toronto", meaning "plenty" also appears in a 1632 French lexicon of the Huron language, which is also an Iroquoian language. It also appears on French maps referring to various locations, including Georgian Bay, Lake Simcoe, and several rivers. A portage route from Lake Ontario to Lake Huron running through this point, known as the Toronto Carrying-Place Trail, led to widespread use of the name.

York was incorporated as the City of Toronto on March 6, 1834, adopting an Indigenous name. Reformist politician William Lyon Mackenzie became the first mayor of Toronto and led the unsuccessful Upper Canada Rebellion of 1837 against the British colonial government.

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