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Candidates often don't reflect the diversity of their constituencies—and that may be keeping some residents away from the ballot box.
The Church Street Development north of Dundas will feature clinical experience suites, teaching and research space, and residence beds.
Political polls play a big part in elections, but they can be confusing to navigate. With a chart and frequently asked questions, we try to help you on your way.
Why Toronto sorely needs an arcade revival.
London's financial district has reduced speed limits on all roads—and reduced traffic fatalities in turn. Should Toronto adopt a similar model?
This chilly season has some creamy, pumpkin-y, malty upsides.
The 56-year-old facility is an icon of Toronto's industrial past amid proliferating waterfront condos.
What the agency does, who runs it, and what it means for transit in Toronto.
Here's how to get your fill of gore, guts, and ghouls this October.
A new study suggests goats may be the perfect weapon in the fight against an invasive plant species that's taking over Toronto's wetlands.
Brother Doug has inherited Rob's transit plan right down to the letter, and now sells it as his own. Is it a plan Toronto should buy?
We tried to fact-check John Tory's latest major speech. He made it difficult, and not in a good way.
"Godard Forever: Part Two" spans the French filmmaker's post-1960s output, from his radical 1970s work to this year's Adieu au language.
How to vote, where to vote, and how to decide who to vote for.
New music video featuring local poet spotlights the community's pride—and its hopes for the future.
A New York non-profit sets out to show once and for all that community farms are viable enterprises.
Radio Control Flying Club of Toronto lets model aviation enthusiasts take to the skies.
From women to tenants to 18-year-olds—the evolution of the city's voting rights since 1834.