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Toronto's first ombudsman will leave her post at the end of her contract.
The mayor's spokesperson gives the most encouraging sign the Finch LRT has seen in a long time.
Follow the 2015 budget debate as we liveblog the proceedings with analysis, fact-checks, and context.
The mayor took over the Toronto Sun's Twitter account to answer questions. Not everything went according to plan.
The $86-million operating deficit in the City budget is the product of bigger problems, and Toronto needs to address them.
Nothing says romance like City Hall.
Your primer to the monthly city council meeting.
The Draw the Lines ward-boundary review highlights a growing and changing city, and how it might achieve better representation.
What Tory's budget choices, or lack thereof, say about what we might expect from his mayoralty.
An upcoming photo exhibit tells the stories of homeless people from the downtown east side.
Staff-recommended budget focuses on transit, poverty reduction, and public safety.
Mayor John Tory announces he'll be requesting millions in transit funding, free TTC rides for children 12 and under—and a fare hike.
Nominated for: demonstrating the difference between cost and value.
Nominated for: turning out in record numbers.
Nominated for: flagrantly violating both council's financial rules and the rules of logic.
Nominated for: giving us one more year of being the worst mayor this city has ever had.
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.