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TTC CEO Andy Byford and city manager Joe Pennachetti are going over council's head and taking their proposal directly to the province and the feds.
The sale is expected to value the terminal at more than $500 million, which the company would channel into expansion.
When you walk into the Grand Chapiteau venue, you're entering a bizarro steampunk contortionist dream.
According to Catholic school board documents, the mayor turned up drunk for practice, threatened a teacher, and forced players to roll in goose droppings.
The all-night art street party returns with 120 art projects aimed at inspiring curiosity, wonder, and some audience participation.
New data suggests child poverty has now reached "epidemic" levels in the city.
Get a sneak peek inside the bold new Yonge Street landmark, set to open in January 2015.
Tatiana Maslany is back for a second season of clone adventures in and around Toronto.
Police militarization, racial profiling, and excessive force—they're not just problems for Ferguson, Missouri.
TTC provides video tour of the new vehicle, which will be hitting the streets August 31.
One New York designer is trying to re-imagine and simplify signage—and she's looking for public input.
New, glass-walled pathway installed over the weekend will expand the city's PATH network south.
The lights went out and the music went up at the 10th annual celebration.
Responding to a U of T report on the City's finances, the mayor played fast and loose with the truth.
Dooring incidents appear to be down—but that doesn't necessarily mean streets are safer for cyclists.
The Ex has unveiled its newest culinary concoctions. Here's the scouting report on the the must-haves and must-avoids on this year's menu.
The Toronto baking instructor talks foodie trends, carnival confectionery, and the architecture of cakes.
Toronto Community Housing planning large-scale, mixed-income makeover for the neighbourhood.