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When last week's Superior Court decision left taxi regulation in the City's hands, it set a new priority for city council.
Paul Godfrey battles the menace of rowdy teens at drive-in restaurants in mid-1960s suburbia.
For a 150th birthday present, Kristyn Wong-Tam wants Toronto to throw a big arts party.
Four lobbyists get a slap on the wrist for donating over $23,000 to 2013 Mammoliti fundraiser.
A city councillor shares what Pride means to her, and the underlying principle that makes the party meaningful.
A look at how Pride exploded in size in the 1990s.
CAMH is currently going through an external six-month review to respond to LGBTQ complaints. Results are expected this summer.
With more than half of First Nations people living off-reserve, cultural preservation relies on creating unified Aboriginal communities in cities.
While the Police Services Board didn't end carding, yesterday it took its first meaningful steps towards reform this term.
We take a look at carding's current status, and what it will take to end the controversial police practice.
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.