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What does it say about our city? While some Torontonians make millions off a skyrocketing housing market, homeless deaths have nearly doubled.
Councillor Ana Bailão on National Housing Day, the Toronto Housing Summit, and why governments must work together.
As Toronto's social housing agency faces crises on multiple fronts, here's how their 2016 budget adds up.
A TCHC initiative sees residents in Canada's first social housing community share stories about what makes the neighbourhood special.
Supporters say landlord licensing would create more accountability for tenants, but critics argue the regulation would be unwieldy and costly.
We sat down with Mulcair to ask about his party's plans for Toronto and the GTA.
New funds for emergency shelter use are welcome, but there are large funding gaps for existing and new affordable housing
The three-term councillor, who won a close contest in 2010, is looking to hold on to her Ward 30 seat.
Ontario's largest non-profit housing advocate is concerned by campaign's focus on middle-income earners.
Mixed housing and athletic grounds mark the next stage of Regent Park's transformation.
A new City campaign aims to persuade higher levels of government to fund social-housing repairs.
Given Toronto's longstanding affordable housing crisis, it should be no surprise that there's pressure on emergency shelters.
Convicted arsonist charged with January 2011 blaze.
Toronto Community Housing tenants and advocates weigh-in on the future of the organization's scattered single-family homes.
Construction progressing on 41-storey tower.
Somehow it's the weekend again. How decadent. In the news: The Ford brothers will be untwisting the media's messages during a two-hour radio hosting stint; Toronto Community Housing Corporation does (more) shady business; cat scarfs sell like hotcakes at pop-up Target store; and an innovative lab is to be built at University and College.
Hope you're feeling festive today, because it's (almost) Family Day! God bless fake holidays. The news: Rob Ford inspecting mould in a home near you; it's all about marketing for subway versus light rail; commuting could be getting more expensive; a private job-seeking company lies like it's going out of style; and Toronto Hydro is offering a whole lot of buyouts.