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What hidden (or not-so-hidden) messages can we find in John Tory's Spotify playlist?
Community organizations in Toronto rally in support of refugees.
Information isn't coming out quickly, and doesn't always look good.
Proposed trans healthcare legislation provides a welcome change.
Veerender Jubbal suspects that the Gamergate movement might be behind the online slander.
A new online platform aims to simplify the Canadian immigration process—with help from the new Liberal government.
Raccoons that we are, we pick apart Toronto's poorly understood waste, water, and parking budgets.
Despite the proposal, budget challenges for the transit agency loom.
Opinions on ending homelessness vary as much as the underlying concerns.
We follow all the details at council's monthly meeting so you don't have to.
More than perhaps any other document, Toronto's Official Plan shapes the city. We explain its principles, how it works, and what that means.
After a year of community consultations, council will decide on Tuesday whether to adopt a sweeping strategy to boost equity and opportunity for all Torontonians.
So you want to follow a city council meeting, but you don't know all the rules and procedures? We have you covered.
Torontoist's Council Watch previews the November 2015 agenda.
Recorded shootings are on the rise, but homicides are down. We examine how crime statistics are presented, and why they shouldn’t always be taken at face value.
In lieu of an outright ban, draft regulation from the province offers a drooping olive branch to restore goodwill between police and communities of colour.
One year later, it's difficult to discern the mayor's vision for the city's future.
This Porter flight may be delayed.