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James Sears has a long history of making Toronto less than proud.
Today is the final day for the City of Toronto survey on short-term rentals.
How do budget policies and promises affect women and gender minorities?
Concerns that safe injection sites not accessible for users outside the downtown, many of whom are racialized.
Part two in a three-part series examining the opioid crisis in the city.
Mayor John Tory has some explaining to do.
Ideas for the future of Yonge Street presented at a packed meeting this week.
Not a good look, Deputy Mayor.
The group in charge of redrawing the city split up some of the city’s most distinct neighbourhoods.
The event marks the start of 33 days of Pride festivities.
Although 57 per cent of TTC riders are women, only 15 per cent of its employees are. That's a problem.
A half-billion dollar project could dramatically change one of Toronto's oldest and neediest streets, and local advocates want to make sure it's done right.
For a 150th birthday present, Kristyn Wong-Tam wants Toronto to throw a big arts party.
A city councillor shares what Pride means to her, and the underlying principle that makes the party meaningful.
With a lack of funding, the TTC projects to miss accessibility requirements that they must meet by 2025. We map what this system will look like to a person with accessibility needs.
Portland has told its city planners to scrutinize development proposals for neighbourhood compatibility, nature preservation, and other factors. Here's why Toronto can't be that firm.
Here's what city council will be debating at this month's meeting—the last of the current term.
This August, Open Streets TO will turn two iconic routes into hubs of activity and exploration.