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Asked about carding and which community members he listens to, the mayor offers his defence.
The mayor has vowed to end carding, there are important lessons to learn from the debate about how and to whom we listen.
Confused about what the much-debated Gardiner options look like? We mapped it out.
The mayor has changed his position on carding, the controversial police practice, in a Sunday press conference.
Community shows concern for poverty reduction, and urges action.
His response to carding, the Gardiner, and the Scarborough subway reminds us who John Tory is. And it doesn't bode well for City Hall.
The mayor meets with a newly formed anti-carding group, says that he understands concerns better since he continued the status quo in April.
We looked at the status of the long-awaited Annex bike lanes, which could see a pilot project begin in 2016.
Among decided respondents in a new poll, 45 per cent prefer Gardiner East removal over 33 per cent for maintaining it mostly as is.
By removing the Gardiner and building a better vision for the waterfront, Toronto has the rare opportunity to learn from its historic mistakes, writes Jennifer Bonnell.
Torontoist Glad Hand is 's weekly political cartoon, created by Brett Lamb.
In the ongoing debate about the future of the Gardiner, we must look at how council's decision affects future transit investment.
Toronto's Medical Officer of Health identifies eight ways in which removing the eastern portion of the expressway will benefit residents' health.
The City Planner prefers a grand boulevard over "antiquated, dark, crumbling infrastructure."
Every week, Toronto is filled with Heroes and Villains. These are their stories.
Yes, but only in the bad ways.
Supporters say landlord licensing would create more accountability for tenants, but critics argue the regulation would be unwieldy and costly.
Toronto's first ombudsman will leave her post at the end of her contract.