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It has political support, but it's still an unfunded plan with billions in questionable assumptions.
His critics aren't the mayor, and they've mostly been right in their criticisms.
The mayor's evolving stance on selling off Toronto Hydro seems like a game of Twister Tory.
Glenn De Baeremaeker (Ward 38, Scarborough Centre) and MPP Brad Duguid say the proposed route is unacceptable, as it would affect too many residents.
It might take a special meeting to give the overdue report consideration.
He also sent a meme-worthy photo. Have fun with it?
What do opponents of the staff recommendations really mean when they say "the last thing we need is more politicians"?
In his annual address, the city manager lays out some of the challenges that Council should confront.
The best way to serve the most people is to prioritize public transit.
After unanimously voting to study Rail Deck Park yesterday, council continues to work through its agenda today.
We asked seven Torontonians for their opinions.
Rail Deck Park, shelter NIMBYism, and Michael Ford's first meeting.
We read Council's monthly agenda, so you don't have to.
What do you want in your neighbourhood?
The Ward 20 councillor argues for addressing the downtown parks deficiency with a signature project.
Parking spots aren't the best use of valuable real estate, but they should at least contribute to the city's well-being, argues Gideon Forman.
We hope you like reruns!
If there's one thing to move on from, it's how he shaped the discourse at city hall.