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Among the items on the agenda: Food trucks, taxis, Scarborough subway development charges, and green bins.
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Toronto's travelling kitchens work around City's strict regulations.
Not everyone got up at 4 a.m. this morning to get their hands on one of the City's new mobile food vending permits.
Well, maybe not paradise—but thanks to new City staff report, it's possible you'll soon have more access to late-night poutine.
The City is once again aiming to make its streets a friendlier place for food vendors.
Toronto's food trucks will finally have some City-sanctioned places to cool their wheels.
The City continues to give Toronto's new wave of food-truck operators a hard time, but it's not about public health.
In this Weekend Planner: food trucks gather for street eats, puppets remake a newer version of "The Princess and the Pea," volunteers give out gifts to strangers, hold up your boombox for a wall-of-sound installation, a comedy variety show brings all the goods, hip-hop leads the way for a Christmas food drive, and a Devo tribute show rocks the Holy Oak.