In a broad ranging interview Toronto’s catholic archbishop reflected on the current state of the church around the world and here in Toronto.
The city’s Executive Committee wants staff to hold public consultations in Etobicoke to test the appetite for expanding gaming at Woodbine beyond the current slot machines.
Eva’s Initiatives launched a $10 million capital campaign Tuesday to build a new shelter housing and employment facility for homeless youth in Toronto.
Fiona Crean will step down from her post when her current term ends in November. She told reporters Monday that she wanted to avoid another acrimonious debate over her reappointment.
A plan to build 1,250 affordable housing units in Toronto between 2010 and 2015 resulted in only a dozen being built. The organization responsible missed the target by more than 99 per cent.
The TTC says 13 vehicles serving people with disabilities have been ticketed by Toronto Parking Enforcement since the city began its zero tolerance crackdown on downtown rush hour routes.
The odd thing is, these fires happen when we get rain or drizzle in the winter months and the unlikely contributor is the road salt we use to melt snow and ice.
Toronto’s mayor has been on the job for 100 days. He’s scored some early wins and defined some future challenges for the rest of his term.
The City of Toronto is prepared to pay more than $95 million towards the cost of the Metrolinx Georgetown South Project.
After months of discussion, Metrolinx refused Toronto’s request for $15 million to cover a portion of the increased costs of the Union Station project.
Toronto spent $3.5 million between 2011 and 2013 to save approximately $12.5 million, according to a report set to go before the city’s Audit Committee.
You can’t buy beer in convenience stores in Ontario. But anyone can buy 750 ml bottles of 20 per cent cooking wine for less than $3 with no ID and no questions asked in some corner stores.
Nineteen mayors from Canada’s biggest cities are gathering in Toronto for the Big Cities Summit on Thursday to talk a wide-range of issues including transit, infrastructure and housing.
Toronto has an $86 million hole in its fiscal plan after the province refused to budge on a request to maintain its funding support for social housing.
How complicated can traffic signals be? Toronto police say thousands of pedestrians violate the letter of the law every minute of every day.