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In the wake of a string of fatal cyclist collisions, the advocacy group responsible for setting up memorials to fallen cyclists is running short on bikes.
We learned a lot about the mayor and his allies from the Gardiner debate. Above all, they represent more of the same.
It's another big debate at city hall, so it's time for another live blog! Follow along as council decides the future of the east Gardiner.
In which we highlight key items from the month's city council meeting, and let you know how you can follow along.
We fact-checked John Tory's claims and arguments about the east Gardiner in his speech to the Empire Club.
Asked about carding and which community members he listens to, the mayor offers his defence.
The mayor has vowed to end carding, there are important lessons to learn from the debate about how and to whom we listen.
Twenty years ago today, Ontario voted in one of its most controversial governments.
Confused about what the much-debated Gardiner options look like? We mapped it out.
The mayor has changed his position on carding, the controversial police practice, in a Sunday press conference.
After unanimous support for Bill 77, a Conservative MPP outlines what that means.
Our editorial cartoonist bids a fond farewell to
His response to carding, the Gardiner, and the Scarborough subway reminds us who John Tory is. And it doesn't bode well for City Hall.
The mayor meets with a newly formed anti-carding group, says that he understands concerns better since he continued the status quo in April.
Among decided respondents in a new poll, 45 per cent prefer Gardiner East removal over 33 per cent for maintaining it mostly as is.
By removing the Gardiner and building a better vision for the waterfront, Toronto has the rare opportunity to learn from its historic mistakes, writes Jennifer Bonnell.
Torontoist Glad Hand is 's weekly political cartoon, created by Brett Lamb.
The British Prime Minister preached peace during his visit to Toronto in 1929.