The program, starting today, attracted criticism from right-wing pundits like Pamela Geller and Ezra Levant.
How data became a political weapon in the debate over shelter space
As voters head to the polls for two big elections this year, what’s next for the “megacity”?
What passed, what failed, and everything else you need to know in this run-down of the biggest—and most controversial—votes.
Despite its hateful tone, the documentary received a standing ovation from the audience.
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Relief Line is your not-so-serious glance at the city we love.
Don't get distracted by unproductive arguments.
All the analysis, context, and fact-checks you could want.
We read all the staff reports so you don't have to.
Toronto needs $1.7 billion for social housing capital repairs alone.
The options don't look good.
Compared to some other cities, the current approach to drug safety at Toronto raves and concerts is far from progressive.
Mega-projects keep failing. So why does the mayor love them so?
Pride's remorseful statement wasn't sent to those who needed to hear it most.
If there's one thing to move on from, it's how he shaped the discourse at city hall.
Conversations about mental health can lead to meaningful cultural shifts, writes Lindsay Hill.
The proposed Rail Deck Park could be our last big downtown park, and it's an opportunity we should seize.
Toronto's most vulnerable populations, and the quality of our public discourse, are not much better off today than they were under Rob Ford.
Toronto would be remiss to forget the past four years. A reflection on where to find inspiration in the Ford era, and what we need to do next.
The idea that systemic racism has victims but no beneficiaries is a lie we must confront and destroy.
School Board candidate Ausma Malik has been the target of Islamphobic slurs, and she's not the only one. We need to stand against these vile attacks.
Policy coordination is all well and good, but NYC's example shows what happens when a city loses its say on transit.
As early criticism mounts, here's what the data tells us about how the King Street pilot project is going so far.
An update to last week's transit column about local and regional commuting distances and the importance of local transit.
Local commuters aren't getting their fair share of transit attention in the province.
Fewer cars on the road can help reduce air pollution and save lives.
The TTC carries the more riders than other transit systems in the region, so why isn't it prioritized?
Drivers will need some time to adjust to the new rules, but the project is off to a promising start.
The TTC's goal should be to help Torontonians get around. So why do fares keep rising?
The realty company behind Liberty Village is now eyeing 27 acres in south Etobicoke.
Instead of attempting to balance parking, driving, greenery, and mercantile concerns, city councillors should prioritize safety above all.
Bike lanes are more vigilantly monitored, but the City is still soft-pedalling expansion of cycling infrastructure
Cycling safety needs to be a higher priority for Ontario's Ministry of Transportation.
Copenhagen can teach Toronto a thing or two about cycling infrastructure.
Panel discussion looking at the success of the pilot project.
A city of 200,000 people in Finland has more bike lanes than Canada’s largest city.
It's time to address the misconception that bike lanes are useless during the winter.
With Bikes and Belonging, newcomers explored and captured their city in new ways.
A look at the origins of Toronto's cycling infrastructure over 40 years ago.
Here's some of the items you'll want to keep your eye on this week.
Good: youth will have their drugs covered. Very bad: there is little or no new funding for transit or social housing
We read the agenda so you don't have to.
The City is failing to fund measures that could improve housing quality and stability.
The Toronto Budget Committee has recommended funding new debt for the initiative to carry on.
The City hopes to support more affordable housing with its Open Door program.
Who will be the legendary defender for Toronto's social housing needs?
While politicians fight to look like budget hawks, the city's most vulnerable see their homes fall apart.
Featuring the long-awaited Scarborough subway throwdown.
Nominated for: giving us many more moments that erode public trust.
The public trust in policing shouldn't be unconditional, and more progress needs to be made before a leap of faith.
What if we applied Police logic to firetrucks and ambulances?
Justice came way too late in the case of Nosakhare Ohenhen.
The pedestrian countdown clock law shows what's wrong with Toronto's approach to road issues.
How does a police culture change occur?
Toronto inches closer to RoboCop.
TPS tweets stat depicts Toronto as twice as violent as Chicago in 2012 and 2013.
The FOI that changed policing in Toronto would be difficult to do today with falling journalism revenues.