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While the need for shelter services is spread throughout the city, they're mostly located downtown.
Toronto could see a much-needed boost in cycling infrastructure if council approves a new staff proposal.
Rooming houses are an integral form of affordable housing, but often overlooked.
A look at licensing and standards data shows that older high-rises in priority neighbourhoods receive the most complaints.
Toronto is slowly making progress on its bike network, but there's lots of room to grow.
A look at potential school closures across Toronto reveals that it could affect communities with the greatest need.
Developers map out the world's most popular spots for walking, jogging, and cycling—and reveal where in this city Torontonians like, and don't like, to get outside and get active.
A look at time capsules across the city—and what's in them.
Toronto had its worst year for traffic fatalities in nearly a decade—especially for pedestrians—and nobody's quite sure why.
Sure we're inclusive, but are we equal?
In a fantasy version of Toronto, there are Orcs living in Yorkville and Gnomes living in the Junction.
A new website takes a cartographic approach to charting Toronto's past.
Bus stops may soon sport better, more informative signage.
An interactive map lets you browse the homes of Torontonians who died in the first world war.
A map of Toronto, made of words.
How fast or slow is your TTC route?