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An innovative project in Guelph shows a way to avoid some common IT pitfalls.
Against the advice of City staff, John Tory and his allies backed a zoning change that could have serious implications for regional transit.
Why the City needs to cut through the hot air and look at the underlying issues.
The PC leader's latest move is part of his trend of flip-flopping on LGBTQ issues.
Early journalistic efforts of the founding publisher of the Telegram.
2017 pilot project will make players pay permit fees per hour on public courts.
New federal money for TTC planning studies, accessibility, bike lanes, and the Railpath deserves our attention.
While politicians fight to look like budget hawks, the city's most vulnerable see their homes fall apart.
TPS tweets stat depicts Toronto as twice as violent as Chicago in 2012 and 2013.
A clip of the mayor's criticism toward TTC senior staff is not indicative of a leader, says a former Toronto councillor.
The once-heralded poverty reduction strategy needs more attention, including to what the data told us about the city.
The video is unsavoury, but it is necessary to form a complete understanding of the Rob Ford era.
In Front Page Challenge, Torontoist analyzes the best and worst of the city's newspapers.
If there's one thing to move on from, it's how he shaped the discourse at city hall.
The FOI that changed policing in Toronto would be difficult to do today with falling journalism revenues.
Are Metropass users causing the TTC's budget woes, like a councillor claims? Haha, nope.
John Tory wants the TTC to address a $231-million gap without cutting service. Sometimes you get what you pay for.