Posts Filed Under: Queen’s Park
On August 1, the riding of Etobicoke-Lakeshore will gain a new Member of Provincial Parliament, and Toronto will probably lose a councillor.
Four months after his release in 1990 from decades of imprisonment, Nelson Mandela visited Toronto.
If either one wins, he'll have to resign his council seat.
At least one sitting city councillor will be among the candidates.
Allowing non-citizens to vote in local elections isn't new—it's happened throughout Canada's history.
The majority of the ex-amusement park remains in redevelopment limbo.
Mayor says provincial funding cut will mean a loss of services in Toronto.
The BBC uses Toronto to play Washington D.C., and shows it's possible to make a blockbuster mini-series in town.
The regional transit agency has released its plan for raising the $34 billion we need to build new transit. Are we, finally, making progress on this issue?
Regional transit agency unveils its strategy to pay for the next waves of transit construction.
"We’ve worked hard to deliver results. It’s not everything we wanted. It’s not everything people have told us they need. But we’re proud to deliver results that will make people’s lives better and government more accountable."
Toronto's Scattershot Efforts to Commemorate Queen Victoria.
Mayor cancels special meeting on a potential casino, saying the province is "wasting our time."
Council might need to decide on a casino without knowing how much money it would be bring in.
How one of the world's most conservative cities learned to love its mega-casinos. The trick: put government in charge, not developers.
Participants at Toronto's Global Marijuana March had a fun, peaceful party at Queen's Park. And then half of them forgot to march.
Those who are ineligible for OHIP often avoid seeking treatment, even for serious illnesses and injuries.
After more than 15 years, some much-needed changes to Ontario Works in the Liberals' budget draft.