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Toronto city manager says new and increased taxes needed to balance budget - Toronto Star


Toronto Star

Toronto city manager says new and increased taxes needed to balance budget
Toronto Star
“The city requires revenues that increase annually to help fund city services and hence it is not sustainable to keep total taxes below the rate of inflation,” the report reads. “In order to reach financial sustainability and balance its budget, city ...
Toronto City Council defies mayor, demands open, neutral municipal broadbandBoing Boing
Toronto Council lobbies Ottawa for lower fibre optic internet prices for allinsideTORONTO.com

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Benefits a sticking point in city of Toronto labour talks - Toronto Star


Toronto Star

Benefits a sticking point in city of Toronto labour talks
Toronto Star
The city wants its staff to pay a “significant premium” to receive a “greatly reduced benefit package,” according to Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 79 which represents 23,100 inside workers. They include child care and shelter workers, nurses ...


Toronto city council must fund its promise to reduce poverty - Toronto Star


Toronto city council must fund its promise to reduce poverty
Toronto Star
For the anti-poverty movement in Toronto, January was a month focused on the City of Toronto budget process, and there is growing concern about whether council will deliver on the promise of a strategy approved only three short months ago.


City of Toronto workers closer to strike or lockout after 'no board' reports - Toronto Star


Toronto Star

City of Toronto workers closer to strike or lockout after 'no board' reports
Toronto Star
More than 28,000 unionized City of Toronto, including many trash collectors, could be off the job in just over two weeks if union and city negotiators can't agree on new contracts. The provincial labour ministry issued “no board” reports Thursday ...
City step closer to strike or lockoutToronto Sun
City receives no-board report; labour disruption possible beginning Feb. 19CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Outside workers closer to strike or lockout after city granted no-board reportCityNews
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City of Toronto experiencing growing pains - Toronto Sun


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City of Toronto experiencing growing pains
Toronto Sun
“As a city, we really are approaching that alpha-city status,” said McLean. “Toronto is attracting some of the best people from around the world, that's what's making us grow. There's an opportunity here to look at all the data and create a framework ...

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City officials insist downtown Toronto is totally safe after Chinatown shooting - NOW Magazine


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City officials insist downtown Toronto is totally safe after Chinatown shooting
NOW Magazine
Certainly, these restaurant patrons could hear city officials talk of homicide. “We had a tragic incident, and Toronto Police Services is working tirelessly to ensure that the perpetrators behind it are identified,” Joe Cressy, councillor for Trinity ...

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City, workers could be 3 weeks away from labour stoppage - CBC.ca


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City, workers could be 3 weeks away from labour stoppage
CBC.ca
Last week, the city requested that Ontario's labour ministry issue a no-board report for negotiations with CUPE Local 416, which represents the city's outside workers. With the no-board report requested, a legal strike or lockout could come as early as ...


Toronto's east end has the hottest real estate in the city - Toronto Star


Toronto Star

Toronto's east end has the hottest real estate in the city
Toronto Star
Homes north of Danforth Ave. and east of the Don River are selling fast, according to data provided by the Toronto Real Estate Board. The area, which encompasses posh Playter Estates to the west and rough-around-the edges Woodbine-Lumsden further ...
Toronto's east end housing market hottest in the cityMetroNews Canada

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City, unions now 2 weeks away from possible work stoppage - CBC.ca


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City, unions now 2 weeks away from possible work stoppage
CBC.ca
Tim Maguire is the president of CUPE local 79, which represents the city's inside workers. He appeared on CBC Radio's Metro Morning show Friday and said his union is seeking improvements to job security. "We were concerned about the deep cuts and ...
City's inside workers say they won't make concessions if the city won't negotiateCP24 Toronto's Breaking News

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Toronto City Hall decides to wait before pursuing court injunction against Uber - Globalnews.ca


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Toronto City Hall decides to wait before pursuing court injunction against Uber
Globalnews.ca
TORONTO – The ongoing battle between city hall, UberX and Toronto's taxi industry continues with a decision Wednesday to delay any legal action against the ride-sharing service. “Our professional advice that we received from our lawyers and regulators ...
Council says no to seeking injunction against Uber, for nowCBC.ca
Uber regulation, injunction debate raises tempers at Toronto City HallThe Globe and Mail
Toronto council backs off quest for Uber injunctionToronto Star
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