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Ontario's 7,300 square-kilometre Greenbelt is undergoing a critical land use review that could determine the fate of one of Ontario's greatest environmental legacies.
With Justin Trudeau's majority, Toronto should hold the Liberals accountable to their better selves.
As poverty surges in the inner-suburbs, food banks struggle to thwart rampant hunger in new pockets of the city.
Robert Wilkes' pre-secret ballot federal election campaigns in Toronto Centre.
Who Toronto's newspapers have backed in federal election campaigns.
Don't watch the results roll in alone—check out one of these events to ensure you're in good company.
We offer our endorsement for the federal election on October 19.
How to vote, where to vote, and how to decide who to vote for.
Justin Di Ciano's motion against ranked ballots only shows how much momentum there is behind voting reform, argues Dave Meslin.
An exhibit at Fort York celebrates how the 13th-century document has inspired the fight for democracy and human rights.
Only the old-stock Ford Nationals remained at this year's edition of Ford Fest, but that didn't dampen the spirits of our intrepid correspondent.
It's the legislation that outlines the City's governance and powers, and it's up for negotiation.
Twenty-five years ago today, Bob Rae was sworn in as Ontario's premier.
At a council debate about Uber, Rob Ford gives the world an accidental poem.
How Toronto and other cities have reused (or plan to readapt) former municipal battlegrounds.
Follow along as we factcheck, analyze, and explain what's going on at this month's council meeting
In which we highlight key items from the month’s city council meeting, and let you know how you can follow along.
Have you ever watched City Council and didn't quite understand what they were talking about? This article is your friend.