Jamie Bradburn Feb. 18th, 12:00 pm
Former mayoral candidate confirms return to federal politics with a bid for Spadina-Fort York.
Kelli Korducki • Photo by Corbin SmithJul. 28th, 11:45 am
Every weekday's end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not to miss
Kelli Korducki Feb. 23rd, 4:35 pm
Nominated for: encouraging the ignorant and intolerant and demeaning our public discourse.
Jamie Bradburn • Illustration by Jeremy KaiDec. 23rd, 12:47 pm
Nominated for: being mostly about simple maps, catchy slogans, and inadequate solutions.
Steve Munro • Illustration by Brian McLachlanDec. 23rd, 10:13 am
An analysis of the 2014 election results suggests it would be in his own best interests—and in the best interests of voters.
Adil Sayeed (guest opinion) Nov. 5th, 2:00 pm
Results, analysis, fact-checks, and more. Follow along as Toronto elects its new mayor and city council.
Torontoist Oct. 27th, 7:34 pm
The idea that systemic racism has victims but no beneficiaries is a lie we must confront and destroy.
Desmond Cole Oct. 27th, 2:45 pm
Over the past four years, countless Torontonians frustrated with Rob Ford have engaged themselves in municipal politics for the first time. This one decided to run for mayor.
Liam Casey Oct. 25th, 11:00 am
The leading candidates promise they can keep property taxes around or below inflation. Here's why that promise is either irresponsible or the product of wishful thinking.
David Hains Oct. 24th, 12:00 pm
From transit and cycling to the environment and policing, here's how she would tackle some of the biggest challenges facing the city.
Torontoist • Photo by Rémi CarreiroOct. 22nd, 2:17 am
Patrick Metzger Oct. 21st, 4:01 pm
Where the leading mayoral candidates stand on taxes.
David Hains Oct. 21st, 4:01 pm
Desmond Cole Oct. 21st, 4:01 pm
Steve Munro Oct. 21st, 4:01 pm
Canadian trans rights legislation passed another hurdle this week. Bill C-16 now heads to a third and final vote in the Senate.
There is an institutional responsibility to address the culture of toxic masculinity in the wake of Kevin Pillar's anti-gay slur.
"The relentless gentrification of Toronto is a major concern."
The U of T professor has made claims about going to prison for his beliefs and criminalizing free speech. Here's what the legislation says.
“Stop smiling, thousands are dead and you’re smiling… thousands of our friends are dead.”