Introducing: Another Glass Box, a new weekly architecture feature
Keesmaat’s Next Venture, Shitty Architecture Men, Mod Squad, Presto Problemo, Bench Press, and more in this debut edition.
Toronto’s Long-Term Financial Plan: The Bill is Due
As his parting gift to Toronto Council, City Manager Peter Wallace spells out the effect of years of promised new services and infrastructure unmatched by revenue to build and operate our dream city.
A Last Minute Ten, Nine, Eight … Point Transit Plan
The mayor's list of ideas to alleviate crowding offers little relief in the short term.
Can the TTC Gain More Riders?
Why ridership has plateaued and what can be done about it
Public Works: How 2018 Will Redefine Toronto’s Use of Public Space
This year, Toronto could see spaces reimagined in a way that will serve as inspiration for other cities.
Civic Tech: The City of Toronto must remain a public platform
Sidewalk Labs' ideas for Quayside are not intended to stay in Quayside.
The national housing strategy may be more symbol than substance
A close reading reveals just how committed the federal Liberals are to solving the problem.
Andy Byford leaves Toronto for the lights of Broadway
A look back at the highs and lows of the Byford years, and the challenges ahead for his successor.
Gothamist is dead, but Torontoist lives on
Local journalism is under threat. We need your support.
City brandishes court order to threaten remaining dispensaries
Recent spate of closures drives customers to other pot stores
Could you die in a Grenfell-esque inferno in Toronto?
Toronto Fire Services promises to tell you—soon
“Rent control vs. housing supply” is the debate landlords and developers want us to have
The key fact of today’s rental market is that the majority of renters cannot afford new-construction apartments.
Cop who led sting targeting gay men now accused of inappropriate relationship with student
Constable Kevin Ward's case is now before a police disciplinary tribunal
TTC budget woes deepen
Toronto ignores the growing backlog of transit repairs and renewal at its peril—not to mention the $2.8-billion hole in the plan
City, developer lay out competing visions for downtown’s largest undeveloped space
The rail corridor could become a 21-acre park, or mixed-use area with towers and some green space.
Free Wi-Fi goes live at all TTC subway stations
Now that Wi-Fi is available at all subway stations, the TTC will tackle connectivity in the tunnels next.
The 2017 Ford Fest Survival Guide
It's a massive, annual public festival that draws international attention and boldface names. And no, it's not TIFF.
Torontoist has been acquired by Daily Hive
Civic Tech: We tried to get a copy of the Sidewalk Toronto agreement
Habitat: Environmentalists eye city’s investment policies
Another Glass Box: The Stalinist “Bunker” Edition