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The 2015 budget process, Mammo's legal fees, and a waterfront lawsuit are just some of the items council will debate in the first session of the John Tory era.
The mayor has added a motion to the executive committee that would kick his transit plan into high gear.
The new mayor wants to make road closures less onerous on drivers by speeding up construction projects and enforcing "no stopping" rules more effectively.
New campaign from advocacy group gives transit users the chance to vent about their struggles with the TTC.
Toronto's new mayor says we are a "divided" city—and few subjects divide us like policing.
He was joined by a new group of councillors that looks a lot like the previous one.
The selection of Minnan-Wong and a largely right-wing executive committee sets the stage for the next four years of city governance.
A very large Christmas tree was lighted, fireworks were set off, revellers revelled: the holiday season has now officially begun.
The light-rail route will face renewed opposition when council reconvenes.
An analysis of the 2014 election results suggests it would be in his own best interests—and in the best interests of voters.
In his latest collection of short fiction, the dean of City Hall's press gallery writes about knife fights in the Clamshell parking garage.
Outside City Hall this afternoon, Tory spoke about transitioning into office and getting former opponents on his team.
Toronto's most vulnerable populations, and the quality of our public discourse, are not much better off today than they were under Rob Ford.
Once again, Toronto's representatives don't reflect the population that elected them.
Results, analysis, fact-checks, and more. Follow along as Toronto elects its new mayor and city council.
School Board candidate Ausma Malik has been the target of Islamphobic slurs, and she's not the only one. We need to stand against these vile attacks.
From free beer, to bingo, to burlesque, we round up the best Toronto has to offer on election night 2014.