Yonge Street trees can no longer be used to lock up bikes; Global Village Backpackers hostel closes doors in historic Toronto building; Adam Vaughan angry about sale of city hall chairs; and more ... read more
This photo by Forum member rockandrollfreak captures downtown Toronto at night with a westward view overlooking the downtown core. Nighttime images of Toronto are especially captivating as ... read more
Transit is on the minds of Toronto voters; harmful island airport expansion has been okayed; Karen Stintz gearing up for campaign in speech at women's conference; and more news.
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Race to replace Mayor Hazel begins without key rival; Councillor Ford chides Ontario Premier, saying she should 'grow up'; Book City's flagship Annex store to close after almost 40 years; and more ... read more
Major city budgets fail to reflect actual spending, report says; Washington Metro subway buys Presto system; Toronto rejects proposal to tear down Hotel Waverly and Silver Dollar Room for student ... read more
Advisory group weeks compromise on Gehry condo project; Toronto looking at loosening food truck laws; Leaside trees among hardest hit by storm; and more news.
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Canadian home prices return to record high; ugly scene at Toronto council a preview of October election; Toronto seeks ice storm funding from Ontario, Ottawa; and more news.Canadian home prices ... read more
Got a knack for writing and a passion for buildings? We're looking for urban-savvy and enthusiastic interns who have an excellent command of the written word, know social media and possess an ... read more
January 13, 2014 10:40 am | by Matthew Lavoie | Comments
Rob Ford visits nightclub; aging Toronto hydro system isn't up to the task; pothole blitz commences with mild temps; the islands are Toronto's winter wonderland; TTC head Andy Byford wants more ... read more
More cancellations, delays at Pearson Airport amid deep freeze; Tories accuse Kathleen Wynne of ignoring Rob Ford during ice storm; mapping the 'frost quakes', Toronto woman tracking cryoseisms; ... read more
January 7, 2014 10:01 am | by James Bombales | Comments
Extreme cold grounds flights and cancels school buses in Toronto; Doug Ford 'leaning' toward running in provincial election; Liberals promise cash cards for residents outside Toronto who lost ... read more
January 6, 2014 11:23 am | by Matthew Lavoie | Comments
House prices keep going up in Toronto; mysterious deaths at 200 Wellesley; Captain John keeps fighting; Bloordale undergoing changes; what's your issue for the upcoming municipal election; and ... read more
Toronto 'exploring' call to army for ice storm help, deputy mayor says; Toronto's $75-million storm cleanup could take two months; time of use hydro rates haven't changed habits, study finds; and ... read more
Believe it or not, Rob Ford officially bids for re-election; Toronto Hydro says all power outages restored as new reports of blackouts emerge; review of ice storm may bring change to Toronto's ... read more
Dark Christmas looms for thousands of Canadians; Toronto council split over state of emergency; 'We'll see new damage. We're getting new outage calls coming in'; and more news.
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In Toronto, aid to flow even without emergency declaration; Toronto Hydro warns that power outages could last all week; Toronto's density plan is working, so keep it going; and more news.
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We all know what Toronto has been enduring since Saturday night. Here's hoping everyone out there is staying safe and warm. This shot was captured on Sunday afternoon just outside the St Lawrence ... read more
December 20, 2013 10:57 am | by Daniel Rotsztain | Comments
Presto cards in the TTC delayed; WestJet vies for island airport departures; Norm Kelly's views on Rob Ford; and more news.
Accelerate smart-card rollout, TTC chief says as timing for Pan Am Games ... read more