City of Toronto

4:13 p.m., July 30, 2018. Toronto City Council debates its legal position in response to cuts to wards and politicians, tabled under legislation introduced by Premier Doug Ford, and ruled unlawful Sept. 10, 2018.

Court rules Toronto election to proceed with 47 wards in October

Sept. 10, 2018 By Arianne Robinson Ontario Superior Court Justice Edward Belobaba has ruled that the Ontario Progressive Conservative government’s Bill 5 to reduce the number...
9:12 a.m., Aug. 31, 2018. 361 University Avenue court house, where the hearing on legality and constitutionality of Bill 5, the Better Local Governments Act, is being heard.

Bill to cut Toronto Council is challenged in court; candidates argue they had right...

Aug. 31, 2018 (updated) By Arianne Robinson Legal arguments in the court challenge over the constitutionality of Bill 5 were presented in a Toronto Superior Court...
8:02 p.m. July 12, 2018. A sign outside the Dufferin Grove Park ice rink.

City skate lending program is not a priority, city staff says

July 13, 2018 By Arianne Robinson While the cold days of winter may seem far away, the problem of city-organized skate lending was before a council...

Media mop-up: Prince Harry & Meghan vs TORONTO Global citizen or permanent semi-finalist?

Oct. 6, 2017 By Nirosha Sarugaser Just a couple of short weeks ago Nathan Phillips Square was graced with the royal Prince Harry who was in...

Tory kicks off Pride month, hopes last week’s council debate will not be repeated

May 31, 2017 On Toronto City Hall’s podium roof on Wednesday, Mayor John Tory proclaimed June as Pride Month. The celebration happened just days following...

City of Toronto gets modern

Updated digs at Metro Hall mean more work stations Nov. 23, 2016 The City of Toronto is changing some of their office spaces to accommodate more...