Posts Filed Under: politics
Despite being unanimously passed by council in 2013, the City's five-year parks plan remains mostly unfunded, and critics say Toronto needs to do better.
Proposed changes to the 2007 Official Plan for the City are set to be debated this week, which would see wetlands given special attention.
Suffragists in Ontario struggled to bring attention to their cause, even holding a mock parliament in 1896 on the question of voting rights for men.
The 10th year of Ontario's controversial dog ban sees fewer protesters (and political pit bulls) but neither side has plans to call off the dogs.
50 years ago, Toronto welcomed its latest civic landmark.
Community overwhelmingly wants the controversial police practice abolished, not regulated.
The Conservatives would rather not answer questions from the media.
City budgeting is weird. We walk you through what it means when the City has a surplus, and how to cut through the rhetoric.
The OMB exerts great influence over how Toronto's cityscape is shaped. We explain how the controversial land-use planning tribunal works.
Conservative supporter in Etobicoke swears at media, has his jimmies rustled.
For Election 42, we want to post the campaign literature sent to your home so that we can better fact-check, analyze, and hold candidates accountable.
How the Internet-famous city councillor's Twitter performance distracts from his less-than-cute politics.
The regulations for pedestrians in Toronto’s 1944 traffic bylaw make the city a national laughingstock.
We fact-check and analyze the federal election debate. Follow along for all your debate needs!
Your preliminary guide to what all those annoying ads are about.
The Conservatives experienced a nasty split in Toronto Northeast.
A look back at a moment in history when the young then-activist took David Peterson to task.
Streetcar manufacturer Bombardier commits to new schedule after missing previous deadlines.