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Despite being a cornerstone of provincial policy for a decade, the greenbelt can't be found in the latest budget.
Just because council approves an item doesn't mean it gets funding from the budget process. Here are some items that aren't funded for 2016.
Almost 150 years later, is it time for Ontario's Catholic and public school boards to amalgamate? We debate the issue.
Toronto Council faces a mountain of reports on rapid transit plans. We analyze the critical points you need to know for the city's transit future.
The mayor speaks to a perceived lack of investment in Scarborough.
Liberals propose long-awaited Cap-and-Trade policy.
Geared for low-income students, the proposal consolidates and simplifies existing OSAP grants and programs.
We take a close look at transit, housing, and social services.
Toronto's movie mayor explains where he thinks all of your damn money goes.
The local legacies of Canada's 100th birthday in 1967.
Most expensive option chosen, and the City would need to find $200 million more to finance the project.
Parties with Fashion Santa rather than participating in council's most important votes of the year.
Will council try to have its cake and eat it too?
Follow the 2016 budget debate as we liveblog the proceedings with analysis, fact-checks, and context.
Because City Hall needs some lovin', too.
Union leaders stress job insecurity faced by workers.
Just weeks before their February deadline for resettlement, immigration officials don't know how many LGBTQ Syrians have come to Canada.
Council's perennial budget woes could be solved with the right mix of revenue tools. Here's what those options are.