Posts Filed Under: politics
Residents prefer more value for money, even if most of their elected representatives don't.
What Tory's budget choices, or lack thereof, say about what we might expect from his mayoralty.
New funds for emergency shelter use are welcome, but there are large funding gaps for existing and new affordable housing
There's some upbeat news, but a closer look reveals how far the TTC still has to go to reach financial health.
The smart-card system will be hitting all streetcars—even the old ones—by the end of 2015.
Staff-recommended budget focuses on transit, poverty reduction, and public safety.
Mayor John Tory announces he'll be requesting millions in transit funding, free TTC rides for children 12 and under—and a fare hike.
David Soknacki writes that with its next budget, city council should look to make an impact.
A brief 1970s experiment turned our main drag into a pedestrian-only zone.
Former mayor Art Eggleton to lead task force, and will look at restructuring the housing agency.
Torontonians narrowly disapprove of the controversial police practice.
Glenn De Baeremaeker knows what the people want, and it's more subway stops near his ward.
The police chief's quiet suspension of police carding is no remedy for systemic racism in policing.
The Beer Store opens up ownership to craft brewers, but the move doesn't solve Ontario's beer distribution problem.