Toronto’s transit ridership is in a league of its own
The TTC carries the more riders than other transit systems in the region, so why isn't it prioritized?
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.
New safe injection sites highlight old problems
“We’ve turned a corner, but we’re still not doing enough,” say front-line workers .
Toronto is playing catch-up to prepare for electric vehicles
Council approves six new electric vehicle charging stations in pilot project, but still lags behind other cities.
Transit now rules the road as King Street pilot project launches
Drivers will need some time to adjust to the new rules, but the project is off to a promising start.
What’s on the agenda for City Council’s November meeting?
Your need-to-know guide to this week’s Council meeting.
Reimagined spaces benefit Toronto artists, communities, and developers
Civic Tech: Sidewalk Labs is selling quality of life, but is Toronto buying?
Early indications suggest the project may not be transparent as hoped.
Historicist: William Lyon Mackenzie King Fixes the Column
After he became prime minister, William Lyon Mackenzie King could finish what he started and improve the public memory of his grandfather.
Gothamist is dead, but Torontoist lives on
Local journalism is under threat. We need your support.
Some Questions Raised by SmartTrack
The current transit plan leaves a lot to the imagination.
Civic Tech: A list of questions we’d like Sidewalk Labs to answer
Help expand on this list of questions – there's a lot that we don't know about the company's plan for its Toronto project.
Historicist: Fixing the Broken Column
William Lyon Mackenzie King encountered his grandfather's grave and decided that something just wasn't right.
Will Toronto invest in its future?
A close reading of the top bureaucrat's state of the city address.
Toronto voters, candidates still unclear on ward boundaries as election draws near
A decision by the OMB is expected by December 31, or the City risks another term of outdated boundaries.
CAMH announces McCain Complex Care and Recovery Centre
New facility emphasizing integration feels more like a home than a hospital.
Civic Tech: On Google, Sidewalk Labs, and Smart Cities
What happens when a tech company tries to build a neighbourhood? We're about to find out.
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