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City ponders new policy for TORONTO sign
The “Toronto” sign in Nathan Phillips Square has become so popular the city is considering an official policy governing how to change its lighting display. Since being unveiled during the Pan Am Games, the sign has been lit up six times for six ...
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Toronto, city of dreams?
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“I still don't see why you don't go back to the States. Everyone wants to go there, and you can.” I often joke that Toronto is the only major city on earth that's hated from without and within — derided by the rest of Canada as the pompous “centre of ...
Toronto Developers Object to Paying for Subway
Following that logic, the Toronto City Council voted at Ford's urging to reject a light-rail replacement for the aging Scarborough RT light metro in favor of a three-station extension of the Bloor-Danforth subway line into Scarborough. The LRT line's ...
THE CITY: A dose of cold fiscal truth for Toronto
One of the most interesting items on the Dec. 1 Executive Committee agenda is also the most mysterious: Item 22, in which Toronto's new-ish City Manager Peter Wallace will be speaking to the mayor and his committee members about Toronto's 'fiscal ...
Can this engineering expert solve Toronto's transit woes?
Toronto has plenty of capacity for refugee influx, city staff say
Toronto city staff are predicting that 2,000 to 2,500 refugees fleeing Syria's brutal civil war will settle in the GTA between now and the end of March. Arrivals before January are expected to be primarily sponsored by private individuals and groups ...
Extra, Extra: Weed Galore, FOI Requests Possible on City Website, Toronto ...
You can now totally file Freedom of Information requests on the City of Toronto's website. Each request will cost you a modest five bucks a pop; the satisfaction you'll achieve while donning your amateur gumshoe hat: priceless. (h/t @goldsbie, of ...
Elderly man seriously injured after house fire in city's east-end
TORONTO – An elderly man remains in hospital with serious injuries after being rescued from a house fire in east-end Toronto overnight. The fire started around midnight at a home located on Parkland Road near Victoria Park and Kingston Road. Toronto ...
Elderly man pulled from house fire, no smoke alarms
Yonge sinkhole has cost city $250000
The city is waiting for Toronto Hydro to rebuild roof slabs on two underground vaults in the area that showed stress cracks. That work is expected to be finished by Saturday and then the city's transportation services will reconstruct the road. The ...
How fighting climate change will make cities like Toronto better places to live
Last Thursday, I moderated a panel discussion put on by TransformTO, a City of Toronto initiative tasked with — no pressure — coming up with ideas on how to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 80 per cent by 2050. One of the panelists, University of ...
City ice rinks open this weekend
Another sign that winter is upon us arrives this weekend with the opening of the city's ice rinks. Thirty-five of the city's outdoor rinks — including those at Nathan Phillips Square, Greenwood Park and Colonel Samuel Smith Park — open on Saturday ...
Bay Street closed for Cavalcade of Lights
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