If you haven't been in that area, there are huge signs up all over that read "Dennis Mills -- Save Our Waterfront", with a picture of Mills in front of an surreally-coloured green and blue background.
The title of Mills' website has the same text: "Dennis Mills -- Save Our Waterfront". And the more I think about it, the stranger it seems to me.
"Save Our Waterfront"? Is it in danger? Who's threatening it? The only potential menace I can think of is the federal agency (and Mills offspring) Toronto Port Authority. They're still promising to build a bridge and expand the island airport.
Now, if the public statements of Dennis Mills and Paul Martin actually mean anything, then it is the official public policy of the Government of Canada that there should be no bridge to the island airport. If so, there are only two conclusions that could be drawn. Either...
Folks interested in getting to the bottom of this might be interested in reading this flyer from Community Air, that discusses the feds, Mills and their record on this issue. It's a large-ish PDF, but features a nice photo of MP Mills.
Anyway, good luck to Mr. Mills in turning over a new leaf. It is never too late, right?