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Accusers continue to step forward with allegations of sexual assaults committed by Jian Ghomeshi. His accusers deserve the presumption of innocence just as much as he does.
The Toronto Police Services Board is looking for the city's next top cop—and they want the public's help in their search.
Outside City Hall this afternoon, Tory spoke about transitioning into office and getting former opponents on his team.
Toronto's most vulnerable populations, and the quality of our public discourse, are not much better off today than they were under Rob Ford.
Toronto would be remiss to forget the past four years. A reflection on where to find inspiration in the Ford era, and what we need to do next.
Once again, Toronto's representatives don't reflect the population that elected them.
Results, analysis, fact-checks, and more. Follow along as Toronto elects its new mayor and city council.
The idea that systemic racism has victims but no beneficiaries is a lie we must confront and destroy.
School Board candidate Ausma Malik has been the target of Islamphobic slurs, and she's not the only one. We need to stand against these vile attacks.
From free beer, to bingo, to burlesque, we round up the best Toronto has to offer on election night 2014.
David Crombie and reformist council candidates rode upon a wave of discontent to capture City Hall in 1972.
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.
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.
How the candidates compare on some of the city's biggest issues.
Candidates often don't reflect the diversity of their constituencies—and that may be keeping some residents away from the ballot box.
Toronto activists, academics, and community organizers explain what issues voters should consider before they head to the polls.