Olivia Chow is in third place as her campaign appears to be losing steam.
Highlights and low blows—and some actual policy, too.
Torontoist reporter Wyndham Bettencourt-McCarthy was assaulted by a police officer during the G20—a case in which charges were dropped this week. She writes about how it has reshaped her view of policing in Toronto.
It's not just the route and planning that creates problems for SmartTrack—paying for it is a big issue as well.
SmartTrack cannot be built as proposed and addresses only some of Toronto's major transit challenges.
Thousands of demonstrators descended upon Nathan Phillips Square to demand action on climate change.
Olivia Chow's support falls slightly, but she remains in second place.
If we want to create a just and diverse society, we have to acknowledge how racism shapes this city.
In an Ask Me Anything session, the Ward 2 council candidate talked about the Ford family, racial discrimination, taxation, and more.
Protesters march in solidarity with undocumented migrants detained in a maximum-security prison without charges or trials.
Mayor thanks Torontonians for their well-wishes, urges city to elect his brother Doug.
The mayoral candidate's campaign has not yet had its official kick-off, but his website and social media accounts are now up and running.
John Tory and Doug Ford are committed to a subway; Olivia Chow wants to stick with the original LRT. We've got some interactive charts, to help you figure out how much each one costs.
In an Ask Me Anything session, the mayoral candidate talked about transit, the waterfront, vote-splitting, and more.
Snapshots of candidates running for city council in 2014.
Sun columnist about additional medical procedure, says he's feeling "pretty sick."