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- City of Toronto launches petition demanding Ford government reverse course on cuts
The City of Toronto has said the cuts, which include deep slashes to funding for child care and Toronto Public Health, could leave up to a $180-millio
- Scarborough residents worry temperature shift could spawn rat resurgence
Residents of a Scarborough neighbourhood worry spring temperatures could spawn a rat resurgence.
- How community gardens offer Toronto neighbourhoods a chance to grow
The City of Toronto offers small urban communities and neighbourhoods a chance to grow their own gardens in city parks.
- $823M Toronto Union Station revitalization, expansion project on track to finish in 2020
The expansion part of the project saw contractors dig out a whole new basement level below the entire station to increase the amount of retail and com
- Alt-right failed mayoral candidate Faith Goldy will face compliance audit
Goldy told the committee there was no wrongdoing and that her campaign finances have been reviewed by an independent auditor.
- After unanimous vote, Toronto council to plan for emotion-focused care in all city-run nursing homes
Change is already happening in Ottawa, Brampton, Kitchener, St. Catharines and London, where operators are moving ahead with the U.K.-based Butterfly
- Sports, other events around Toronto this weekend could cause traffic nightmare
The Toronto Blue Jays, Toronto Raptors and Toronto Marlies will all be playing in Toronto beginning Saturday afternoon into the evening.
- Anti-poverty group slams luxury Toronto Gardiner Expressway dining experience
Protesters said they take issue with the fact the pricey dinners are being held about a kilometre from where the city of Toronto recently dismantled a
- Toronto to honour victims of Yonge Street van attack on anniversary
The attack on April 23, 2018 left 10 people dead and 16 injured.
- City of Toronto considers 3-year ban for contractor over $24 million water project
A report from Toronto Water urges city council to bar Aplus General Contractors Corporation from bidding on city contracts for three years.
- Toronto turns 185 today! Celebrate accordingly.
Mayor John Tory announces Wednesday as ‘City of Toronto Day’ to celebrate its 185 birthday.
- City of Toronto, school board relocate community centre programs in wake of Scarborough rec. centre fire
The city announced Thursday that it has, with the help of the TDSB, arranged relocation options for the Agincourt Recreation Centre’s 3,000 patrons
- Firefighters extinguish Agincourt Recreation Centre blaze after 39 hours
At its height, the blaze was as a three-alarm fire, but because of difficulties battling the flames, the rotation of equipment and crews was at a five
- Toronto firefighters battling major fire at Agincourt Recreation Centre
Emergency crews were called to the Agincourt Recreation Centre on Glen Watford Drive, near Midland Avenue and Sheppard Avenue East, just before 4:45 p
- Toronto’s plan for ‘balanced’ budget has $79 million in unknown funding and cuts
Toronto’s $13.46 billion operating budget launched on Monday with a plan to limit the residential property tax increase to 2.55 per cent.
- How much noise is too noisy? Toronto wants to hear from you
Public consultations on the city’s noise bylaw start Monday. Two of the biggest sticking points are how construction noises and amplified music shou
- Toronto launches street art map for locals and visitors
The map shows a sampling of murals created through the city's StreetARToronto initiative, which aims to reduce graffiti vandalism.
- Ottawa mayor asks feds for cash to tackle rising pressure on emergency shelters
The City of Ottawa went $5.7 million over budget in 2017 while responding to the needs of families who crossed the border into Canada from the U.S., a
- Developing unused properties could add thousands of jobs and affordable housing units, proposal says
The proposed $4.2-billion construction project, which would transform 11 surplus sites throughout city, goes to the executive committee next week.
- City of Toronto orders people living under Gardiner Expressway to leave within 2 weeks
The City of Toronto says staff began proactively issuing 14-day eviction notices on Thursday to those who are living in areas that are blocking right-