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Nominated for: standing up for a city that puts its residents first.
The proposed Kensington Market Walmart will be affected, along with other properties.
Councillor Mike Layton says the community meeting was meant to be about park safety, not alcohol.
There was music and pandemonium at the opening ceremonies of the 25th Toronto Fringe Festival.
The 2013 edition of Jane's Walk, the annual urban-exploration festival, is happening this weekend. Here are some highlights.
After more sexual assaults in the Bloor and Christie neighbourhood, residents rally in Christie Pits.
Today BIXI celebrates its one millionth ride in Toronto. What's next for the successful bike-sharing program?
Council votes unanimously to rename the Island Ferry Terminal after the late city councillor, NDP leader, and Islander-at-heart.
In pushing for electric rail in the west end, local activists have the big picture in mind.
An unlikely alliance of councillors who want Metrolinx to rethink plans for the Union-Pearson Air Rail Link.
At a community meeting Thursday night, participants voiced opposition to selling TCHC homes.
The councillor talks about his Jack-inspired 'stache and the importance of prostate cancer awareness for men's health.
This Hour Has 22 Minutes has found a unique way of immortalizing Jack Layton—or, at any rate, his facial hair.
Months after it was unceremoniously killed by council, the Public Works committee is now considering revised proposals for a bridge spanning Fort York.
Councillors and the mayor pay tribute for their former colleague, Jack Layton, at the beginning of the first council meeting since his death.
Mike Layton's grassroots cycling committee aims to put progress and a little civility back in Toronto's saddles.