Posts Filed Under: Mayor John Tory
Most commuters did not know that the Lawrence East station will close when the subway eventually opens, according to a new survey from a local transit advocacy group.
And why we should all be thanking Toronto's crusading columnist, who is still out there chasing the gravy train.
Mayor John Tory, several City Councillors, and other librarians called for the event to be cancelled.
Torontonians are demanding real action by City Council on the biggest challenge facing humanity.
Indigenous artist and grand marshall Kent Monkman was at the front, and Black Lives Matter Toronto unexpectedly closed the procession to cheers from a supportive crowd.
To live in a modern city is to live in a state of near-constant surveillance, unequally applied across vectors of race and class.
After a long, and at times hostile debate, City Council votes in favour of giving Pride Toronto its $260,000 grant.
Human rights organizations like Rainbow Railroad are calling on the Canadian government to grant emergency visas to people trying to escape.
Here's some of the items you'll want to keep your eye on this week.
Straight politicians keep trying to dictate to Pride who should be welcome at the parade.
Even this early in the 2018 budget process, it's clear there is one singular goal: to keep property taxes low.
And some hard-hitting reporting on that monster, Caillou.
Good: youth will have their drugs covered. Very bad: there is little or no new funding for transit or social housing
It's unknown if the mayor was home in his condo at the time.
We read the agenda so you don't have to.
This City does it different than virtually every other jurisdiction in North America.
Here's your FAQ on legal weed legislation.
Advocates for low-income residents in need of affordable housing were not invited to the table.