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Toronto and other GTA cities will find out about ice storm relief from the province before March 1st.

That was the deadline the region's mayors gave Ontario to get funding. The holiday storm crippled the area, and hundreds of thousands of people went without power.

Deputy Mayor of Toronto and Premier Kathleen Wynne sat in her office for around 45 minutes on Monday, speaking about all things Toronto.

That's when Wynne made the commitment on the announcement.

The two also spoke about Build Toronto and the Ontario Place revitalization.

Kelly these meetings with Wynne have been productive because they both share "a deep affection for the city of Toronto" as well as an "enthusiasm" to grow the city.

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Toronto and other GTA cities will find out about ice storm relief from the province before March 1st.

That was the deadline the region's mayors gave Ontario to get funding. The holiday storm crippled the area, and hundreds of thousands of people went without power.

Deputy Mayor of Toronto and Premier Kathleen Wynne sat in her office for around 45 minutes on Monday, speaking about all things Toronto.

That's when Wynne made the commitment on the announcement.

The two also spoke about Build Toronto and the Ontario Place revitalization.

Kelly these meetings with Wynne have been productive because they both share "a deep affection for the city of Toronto" as well as an "enthusiasm" to grow the city.

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