Follow along as we fact-check the claims made during the mayoral debate, and determine which ones hold up, and which ones don't pass the smell test.
Citizens share their views on Porter's proposal for the island airport with council's executive committee.
Ford's lawyer defends his client's refusal to answer questions.
Toronto's ombudsman says proposed legislation for the Ontario ombudsman is "bad law."
Selling half of Toronto Hydro would get the City only a fraction of the way toward a realistic funding plan.
What we know about Dennis Morris, the man Rob Ford calls "the best criminal lawyer in Canada."
On the International Day to Eliminate Racial Discrimination, we talk to the City's access and equity champion about social justice, race, and difficult conversations.
With a poem, a horse, and a carriage, Thomson enters the mayoral race.
The mayor refuses to answer questions about warrant details—which include a description of the crack video.
The mayor's main rivals issue statements about newly released police documents—or at least most of them do.
Mayoral candidate reminds people on Reddit AMA that early frontrunners don't always win elections.
A simple "vote for your favourite new destination" exercise turns into a plea for support.
Doug Ford talks for almost the entire show, and shares thoughts on the recent Ford trip to Los Angeles.
Without outlining specific policies, Chow tells her supporters that it's time for a new mayor, and she's up for the job.
The answer is yes—but it's complicated.
Putting an end to months of speculation, the Trinity-Spadina MP will launch her bid on Thursday.