It's the legislation that outlines the City's governance and powers, and it's up for negotiation.
At a council debate about Uber, Rob Ford gives the world an accidental poem.
Follow along as we factcheck, analyze, and explain what's going on at this month's council meeting
In which we highlight key items from the month’s city council meeting, and let you know how you can follow along.
Have you ever watched City Council and didn't quite understand what they were talking about? This article is your friend.
At this week's meeting, council will debate new alternatives for the future of the Gardiner east of Jarvis.
Pretty much everyone has a Rob Ford book deal.
LGBTQ issues overshadowed by an empty chair.
The GTA is particularly affected, but despite a big impact to the economy, youth unemployment remains low on the list of campaign promises.
A Scarborough neighbourhood presents the ballet of the sidewalk NIMBYs.
The councillor for Ward 10 has some concerns about one of the most celebrated non-profits in the city.
A debate over a $10,000 honorarium for a proposed Photo Laureate position reveals a lot about how Toronto values culture.
Despite being unanimously passed by council in 2013, the City's five-year parks plan remains mostly unfunded, and critics say Toronto needs to do better.
Suffragists in Ontario struggled to bring attention to their cause, even holding a mock parliament in 1896 on the question of voting rights for men.
The 10th year of Ontario's controversial dog ban sees fewer protesters (and political pit bulls) but neither side has plans to call off the dogs.
Community overwhelmingly wants the controversial police practice abolished, not regulated.
City budgeting is weird. We walk you through what it means when the City has a surplus, and how to cut through the rhetoric.
The OMB exerts great influence over how Toronto's cityscape is shaped. We explain how the controversial land-use planning tribunal works.