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This year, Toronto could see spaces reimagined in a way that will serve as inspiration for other cities.
Your need-to-know guide to this week’s council meeting.
The rail corridor could become a 21-acre park, or mixed-use area with towers and some green space.
"There are thousands of opportunities to build small, one-family units along laneways.”
"The relentless gentrification of Toronto is a major concern."
Get an intimate look into the lives of the African grandmothers who are the (s)heroes at the heart of the response to Africa’s AIDS pandemic at the CONTACT Photography Festival.
The city is becoming increasingly unaffordable for anyone except the wealthy.
Marchers raise issues including childcare, racism, queer and trans rights, poverty, and action on violence against women.
On Monday, thousands of Canadians gathered in mourning and solidarity.
After much anticipation, the famed Toronto bar is now making its own beer, and, surprising no one, it's damned good.
If City Council wants to balance the budget so badly, maybe advertising on Airbnb will help.
It has political support, but it's still an unfunded plan with billions in questionable assumptions.
The public square is relatively empty during winter months.
Because it's too damned hot outside.
A new strategy aims to create space for young Torontonians who care about city building.
The TTC has had a tumultuous history with fare zones over the years. Now, Metrolinx might bring them back.
Getting around the city can be expensive—especially for low-income Torontonians.