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City Council could do far more to improve the lives of marginalized citizens who are impacted daily by racism, sexism, classism, homophobia, transphobia, and ableism.
“I'm marching today because I finally have the freedom to be the person I always wanted to be"
Women Win Toronto, an organization to help women run for municipal office, is holding a launch event Wednesday.
Pride Month began with the raising of the Pride flag and Transgender Pride Flag at City Hall.
Straight politicians keep trying to dictate to Pride who should be welcome at the parade.
Don't let a little rain stop you from exploring the city for the annual Jane's Walk weekend.
“If we allow sharks to disappear from our oceans, the balance will be gone and our oceans will die, and if our oceans die, mankind goes with it."
James Sears has a long history of making Toronto less than proud.
Today is the final day for the City of Toronto survey on short-term rentals.
How do budget policies and promises affect women and gender minorities?
Concerns that safe injection sites not accessible for users outside the downtown, many of whom are racialized.
Part two in a three-part series examining the opioid crisis in the city.
Mayor John Tory has some explaining to do.
Ideas for the future of Yonge Street presented at a packed meeting this week.
Not a good look, Deputy Mayor.
The group in charge of redrawing the city split up some of the city’s most distinct neighbourhoods.
The event marks the start of 33 days of Pride festivities.
Although 57 per cent of TTC riders are women, only 15 per cent of its employees are. That's a problem.