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Without the LRT, local transit in Scarborough will be reduced to less than what residents have now.
A series of workshops and presentations on Saturday with top city officials on planning for the future of Toronto's downtown.
The Curious Minds panel discussion series at the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema features speakers like Tanya Tagaq, Naomi Klein, and the cast of Orphan Black.
Copenhagen can teach Toronto a thing or two about cycling infrastructure.
Ideas for the future of Yonge Street presented at a packed meeting this week.
Three possible options to improve King Street presented at recent meeting.
Ontario is on track to pass legislation that would mandate the zoning by as soon as the end of the year.
A new strategy aims to create space for young Torontonians who care about city building.
Steve Munro dives into the details of the last week's landmark transit developments.
The City Planner prefers a grand boulevard over "antiquated, dark, crumbling infrastructure."
Helpful as always, we aid Denzil Minnan-Wong in solving this mystery.
The three-term councillor, who won a close contest in 2010, is looking to hold on to her Ward 30 seat.
Residents show their support for safer streets after 6-year-old girl was struck and killed last month.
Information booths will be popping up throughout Toronto to answer all your questions about transit, permits, and public planning.
Nominated for: taking city-building mainstream.
At the first Feeling Congested panel, even some of the mayor's allies seemed to agree that the City may need to tax and toll its way to better transit.
Toronto's chief planner wants to know what matters most to you in a transit system, and how you're most comfortable paying for it.