June 26, 2014 5:35 pm | by Marcus Mitanis | Comments
Over 19,000 residents consulted, 3,786 development applications submitted, and 384 non-statutory community consultations were held in 2013. The explosive growth of Toronto has presented new ... read more
June 26, 2014 2:33 pm | by Salena Barry | Comments
If you were asked to name Toronto's institutions of higher learning, no doubt the big three universities would roll off your tongue quickly, and you would likely remember that OCAD recently became ... read more
Torontonians against renaming Union Station; TTC and City to look into low-income transit fares; Pan Am Games facilities behind schedule, over budget; and more news...
Waterfront Toronto set ... read more
Major post-election cabinet shuffle for Ontario Liberals; Winston Churchill statue welcomed to new location; NDP and Liberal candidates spar over Keystone pipeline in heated Trinity-Spadina ... read more
Scarborough-Agincourt’s three-way by-election race heats up; NDP candidate reports missing and damaged signs to police; Cluster of street lights drawing attention at Weston and Dennis; and ... read more
June 20, 2014 10:55 am | by Jack Landau | Comments
Former South African President Nelson Mandela was known worldwide for his outstanding life-long achievements, and despite his passing last year, his legacy lives on around the world. The City of ... read more
Island ferry e-payment system delayed until fall; Rob Ford out of sight but not out of mind; Mayoral candidate David Soknacki proposed banning all street parking in downtown core; and more ... read more
Report on ice storm concludes trees too close to hydro lines; Ireland Park to reopen after four year wait; Mayoral candidates vie for Wynne's attention; and more news...
Security breach at ... read more
Olivia Chow campaign accuses John Tory of 'dirty politics'; Deputy mayor changed locks on Rob Ford's office during mayor's absence; Giorgio Mammoliti doesn't "pretend to represent pedophiles"; and ... read more
June 18, 2014 12:00 am | by Jack Landau | Comments
The third phase of the Regent Park Revitalization recently kicked off with the demolition of a row of aging townhouses on the south side of the community, which are being torn down to make way for ... read more
Councillor Mammoliti calls Parkdale a 'pedophile district'; Hopefuls audition for Rob Ford musical; Airport shuttle service to shut down; and more news...
LRT versus subway debate familiar ... read more
Thornhill riding goes from Liberal to PC after voting error disovered; Writer of Rob Ford musical says Toronto mayor is 'Shakespearean'; The area made famous by Rob Ford one year after massive ... read more
June 12, 2014 12:30 pm | by Devon Johnson | Comments
The iconic neon Sam The Record Man sign that fronted Yonge Street for over fifty years is one step closer to finding a new home. Ryerson University has been under pressure to find a new location ... read more
Painting of DVP rainbow tunnel could sell for millions; Mississauga mayor says Hudak's Tories will hurt cities; Former TDSB head to face academic charges over thesis; and more news...
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Auditor general wants investigation of Fords' lobbying efforts, How the MaRS Centre became a hot-button election issue; Rob Ford appears intoxicated of video, Doug Ford blames muscle spasms; and ... read more