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The tiny green insect will devour 850,000 Toronto ash trees, but the City and local non-profits hope to limit the damage.
The fate of the 120-year-old zoo remains uncertain.
Each spring when conditions are right, the City burns selected areas of High Park under controlled conditions to save an endangered ecosystem.
Concerned about public safety and their neighbourhood's heritage, Runnymede-area residents take to the streets.
With a dash of television magic, the High Park playground that was burned down in March will be rebuilt in July by Mike Holmes (and the community).
In pushing for electric rail in the west end, local activists have the big picture in mind.
The High Park Zoo, facing closure because of budget cuts, now has a private funding source that is expected to keep it open through 2012.
New fees to use City fields have taken Toronto's youth-sports programs by surprise. Tuesday night, players, coaches, and organizers got a chance to share their concerns with a handful of city councillors.
As the High Park community plans to rebuild their burned playground, councillor Sarah Doucette confronts the challenges of keeping a city within a park.