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This week features Doc Pickles, David Miller, and GRTTWaK...it feels like Torontopia all over again!
Every weekday's end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not to miss.
City releases budgetary War and Peace in effort to clear up questions surrounding Rob Ford's "billion-dollar savings" claim.
Mayoral candidate wants to be judged on the basis of her proposals.
Toronto's last mayor has just landed himself a sweet new job.
Open data is changing the way cities work.
Today: a lecture on green economies, Descant Magazine launches its winter issue, a human rights photo exhibition, and HAIR debuts at The Papermill Theatre.
The actor who plays the mayor in Theatre Passe Muraille's Rob Ford Holiday Spectacular! opens up about the demands of the role.
The disingenuous fight over the future of the Gardiner.
If Los Angeles can get people on board with public transit, surely Toronto can do the same.
As Toronto considers reopening the debate on banning plastic bags, what's the rest of the world doing with theirs?
Toronto's former mayor on how world-class cities can save the world.
In today's UP: sorely missed ex-mayor David Miller hosts an Occupy the Mic town hall; new work at the Mayworks Festival and Festival of New Ideas and Creation, and closing work at over a half dozen theatres; local talent at an international launch for Her Royal Majesty; and rapper Wordburglar has an all star line-up for his record launch for 3rdBurglar.
Today in Toronto: talk climate change and jobs with David Miller, see Toronto in a new light with the book launch and exhibit for Full Frontal T.O., and catch a play about complicated young love.
"With incredible new LRT technologies and so many benefits to a surface-route expansion, cities like Toronto that adopt LRT networks will be reaping the rewards for decades to come. "
Today's special meeting is not the first time city council has acted against a mayor's agenda.
In today's Urban Planner: blue-collar protesters meet white-collar thinkers at Occupied Economics, Mammalian Diving Reflex dares the Torontonians to dare, Glee and Broadway star Idina Menzel performs, The Atomic Weight of Happiness opens, and Dutch Uncle Puppetry pulls some strings.