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Bike lanes are more vigilantly monitored, but the City is still soft-pedalling expansion of cycling infrastructure
The plan for a low-carbon city can move Toronto into the future—if we commit to making it happen.
After a long, and at times hostile debate, City Council votes in favour of giving Pride Toronto its $260,000 grant.
The latest proposed design includes the retention of the Honest Ed’s laneway, rental housing units, and more heritage buildings.
Compared to some other cities, the current approach to drug safety at Toronto raves and concerts is far from progressive.
Council keeps voting for a subsidy that gives an incentive to the city's water polluters. Why?
How should City agencies balance social responsibility with financial needs?
A public consultation for a new cycling infrastructure showed a long-discussed plan is wheeling closer to reality.
Toronto's music officer looks to the city's musical community for guidance in a preliminary town hall.
Plans for the site could involve rental housing, a public market, a car-free stretch on Markham—and, of course, condos.
The mayor voted against raising fees on companies participating in a City wastewater treatment program—including Deco.
But polls have said such things before—and it's never going to happen.
The investment will help create a cycling infrastructure across the province.
A simple "vote for your favourite new destination" exercise turns into a plea for support.
Nominated for: standing up for a city that puts its residents first.
The proposed Kensington Market Walmart will be affected, along with other properties.
Councillor Mike Layton says the community meeting was meant to be about park safety, not alcohol.