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What passed, what failed, and everything else you need to know in this run-down of the biggest—and most controversial—votes.
Your need-to-know guide to this week’s council meeting.
Your need-to-know guide to this week’s Council meeting.
A close reading of the top bureaucrat's state of the city address.
A decision by the OMB is expected by December 31, or the City risks another term of outdated boundaries.
The Norm-mania that swept Toronto in 2015 is dead, and whatever remains is the lingering vanity of a man too proud to admit when he’s finished.
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.
The rail corridor could become a 21-acre park, or mixed-use area with towers and some green space.
“I have a half-dozen photos of Rob and Doug posing with Trump that I will happily pull out when it’s relevant.”
What will the city's high-profile chief planner do next?
The entire shelter system in the city is dangerously overcapacity.
Here's your cheat sheet for City Council this week.
Unless GO Transit makes major changes, some new SmartTrack stations are almost useless.
We read all the staff reports so you don't have to.
The mayor wants permission to meet in private. That undermines City Hall's credibility.
Find out which Council motion was the worst of the year, for sheer dunderheadedness.