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From women to tenants to 18-year-olds—the evolution of the city's voting rights since 1834.
In a game of municipal musical chairs, multiple Fords are now running for office on the grounds that they are entitled to do so, because they are Fords.
The mayoral candidates talked about the mayor's health, his decision to run for council, and their new election opponent.
"With the advice of my family and doctors I know I need to focus on getting better. My heart is heavy when I tell you that I'm unable to continue my campaign for re-election as your mayor."
Though still awaiting a firm diagnosis on his abdominal tumour, Rob Ford has decided to withdraw his candidacy for mayor.
Snapshots of candidates running for city council in 2014.
It will take up to a week for biopsy results to reveal the mayor's diagnosis.
In his exit speech today, the former candidate said he will not be endorsing anyone in the mayoral race—least of all Ford.
As David Soknacki waited to learn the results of a new poll that would determine whether he'd stay in the race for mayor,
Torontoist spent six hours with him and his team, speaking candidly about the campaign, the state of Toronto politics, and what it feels like to be perpetually in limbo.
The long-shot candidate known for her eccentric campaign tactics will instead run for a Trinity-Spadina council seat.
New study examines the challenges facing LGBT cops—and the changes being made in the province's police services.
Newly released documents show that the mayor was trying to help Ford family business client Apollo Health and Beauty Care acquire new property.
After a failed run for MP in Trinity-Spadina, the activist and former Olivia Chow staffer is setting his sights on municipal government.
The three-term councillor, who won a close contest in 2010, is looking to hold on to her Ward 30 seat.
Fact-checking, analysis, and updates from the first major debate of the fall election season.
He fell to Giorgio Mammoliti in 2010, but Di Nizio is determined to unseat the incumbent this time.