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We highlight the important (and trivial) matters you may have missed from the latest council meeting.
Torontoist's Council Watch provides your cheat sheet for the February 2016 agenda.
Did you expect anything else?
A transit plan that is not completely crazy, writes John Parker.
After two recent years where traffic fatalities exceeded homicides, City Hall takes the initial steps towards a Vision Zero-type strategy.
After a year of deliberation, the task force has spoken: Toronto Community Housing should be in the hands of a new non-profit organization.
A look at solutions and recommendations that could be on the mayor's TCHC task force final report tomorrow morning.
TCHC units are located throughout the city, but because the buildings are reaching the end of their useful life at the same time, they need unprecedented funding.
Steve Munro dives into the details of the last week's landmark transit developments.
Steve Munro takes a close look at the latest SmartTrack numbers and what they mean for the viability of the proposal, and transit in the GTA.
Do you hear some odd terms during council's budget debates? Here's what they really mean.
The mayor's signature transit proposal could see big changes, reports the Globe.
Given Toronto's instincts, does the city have what it takes to pull off a Vision Zero pedestrian strategy?
While other City divisions search for money, the Police budget tops a billion dollars for the first time.
Although 57 per cent of TTC riders are women, only 15 per cent of its employees are. That's a problem.
Six weeks ago, council unanimously passes the Poverty Reduction Strategy, but it lacks $20 million in funding in the preliminary 2016 budget. Here's why that matters.
An in-depth analysis of what the 2016 budget says about the TTC's future.