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Toronto's first ombudsman will leave her post at the end of her contract.
Martin Luther King, Jr. speaks at Forest Hill's Holy Blossom Temple in March 1962.
The mayor's spokesperson gives the most encouraging sign the Finch LRT has seen in a long time.
After 10 long years of battling for a homeless shelter for LGBTQ youth, advocates will see their work come to fruition this summer.
We sat down with Mulcair to ask about his party's plans for Toronto and the GTA.
Five years ago, Build Toronto agreed to make land available to build 1,250 units of affordable housing. They built 12.
Thousands of protestors across Canada gathered to voice their opposition to Bill C-51.
Our first prime minister made his last great speech in Toronto in 1891.
Ontario's brewers and convenience-store representatives weigh in on the decision on the table.
A new bill aims to put an end to funding so-called conversion therapy for LGBTQ youth.
The provincial government has launched a $41-million initiative to curb sexual assault, violence, and harassment. We break down the details.
Racism is more difficult to name when it's in close proximity or seems familiar, but that's exactly when it's needed.
Follow the 2015 budget debate as we liveblog the proceedings with analysis, fact-checks, and context.
As legal aid across Ontario struggles to serve growing low-income populations, community clinics are under pressure to reform.
The mayor shows his angry side.
The mayor took over the
Toronto Sun's Twitter account to answer questions. Not everything went according to plan.
Toronto universities' contract faculty and TAs have had enough with subpar wages.
Scathing audit of Local 1998 alleges mismanagement and lack of accountability at union that represents U of T's clerical and professional employees.