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As the city marks its 180th birthday today, a look back at its beginnings and how it got its name.
Our longest-serving mayor of the 19th century, known for his flamboyant dress, physical prowess, and conflict-of-interest scandal.
Here's what city council will be debating at this month's meeting.
A highly partisan rival of William Lyon Mackenzie who mellowed into a respected administrator.
Here's what council will be debating this week, when they tackle the City's $9.6 billion annual operating budget.
Everyone at City Hall agrees disaster management is an important and serious issue. Naturally, debate quickly centred on Rob Ford.
Council's executive committee approves motion to replace the Ford-approved stock paragraph that appears on all City press releases.
Here are the two motions currently being circulated by councillors in an attempt to restore calm to City Hall
Change could be coming to Toronto's parks system now that city council has approved a new strategic plan.
Every Sunday, Mayor Rob Ford and his brother, Doug, host a two-hour talk show on Newstalk 1010. This week, we listened for you. You're welcome.
Nominated for: trying to turn an already divided house even more against itself.
Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam got the 75th anniversary of the infamous atrocity put on the City's official calendar, but she says doing so was unusually hard.
At a committee meeting Wednesday night, politicians, lobbyists, and residents squared off over the idea of a downtown casino.
In which we highlight key items from the month’s city council meeting. You can also watch it live.
Council's decision was impulsive. The hard work is yet to come.
Council votes unanimously to rename the Island Ferry Terminal after the late city councillor, NDP leader, and Islander-at-heart.
In pushing for electric rail in the west end, local activists have the big picture in mind.
Happy Friday, you! You totally earned this. And so: despite yesterday's defeat, Rob Ford doggedly insists he'll fight for subways to the death—or at the very least till the next election; a strike or lockout deadline looms for the city's largest union; Air Canada workers go on a wildcat strike at Pearson airport; and Catholic students are sent home for wearing shorts (and also khakis).