Posts Filed Under: “Gord Perks”
The plan for a low-carbon city can move Toronto into the future—if we commit to making it happen.
People are planning a memorial outside the Mayor's downtown luxury condo.
The City is failing to fund measures that could improve housing quality and stability.
Nominated for: providing the principled opposition that makes city hall a better place.
Just one month after council's unanimous vote for "TO Prosperity", the City's poverty reduction strategy faces a funding shortfall.
Despite being unanimously passed by council in 2013, the City's five-year parks plan remains mostly unfunded, and critics say Toronto needs to do better.
A look back at a moment in history when the young then-activist took David Peterson to task.
A decades-old battle to reuse or recycle drinking containers could mean additional costs to municipalities, argues Councillor Gord Perks.
With a multi-neighbourhood consultation, the City hopes to develop an improved policy for often contentious rooming house issues.
Every week, Toronto is filled with Heroes and Villains. These are their stories.
Why we should (and should be allowed to) make the most of Grenadier Pond.
After the councillor calls Parkdale a "pedophile district," Parkdale-loving Torontonians take to social media to defend the neighbourhood.
Goodwill generated by rainbow flag-raising in stark contrast to latest controversy surrounding the mayor.
Councillors and residents start parallel meeting out of frustration with the official proceedings.
At a committee meeting Wednesday night, politicians, lobbyists, and residents squared off over the idea of a downtown casino.
During an interview on the Dean Blundell show this morning, the Ward 7 councillor cut loose.
Tussle breaks out at city council over the integrity of one of Toronto's key accountability officers.
The award-winning first phase of the West Toronto Railpath has us impatiently waiting for the results of the phase two feasibility study.