Mayor John Tory responding to the controversial Google image of Scarborough in a scrum during the recess of the Nov. 26, 2019 city council meeting. (Danica David photo) Google has faced criticism and backlash for…
Hundreds marched in freezing cold temperatures to participate in the third annual Women March On event, Sunday, Jan. 19.
The weather was wet and icy but the reception by the fans was warm for the Toronto Maple Leafs, who held their annual outdoor practice at Nathan Phillips Square on Thursday afternoon.
“We went to 50,000 doors during the campaign,” says new councillor Brad Bradford. “That sort of communication and engagement with residents isn’t going to stop for me now that the election is over.”
Friday is World TB Day, a global effort to raise awareness around tuberculosis. Despite being easily treatable in Canada those infected feel isolated and stigmatized.
Toronto city council voted 32-9 on Tuesday in favour of road tolls on the Don Valley Parkway and Gardiner Expressway.
Rain and cold weather didn’t stop demonstrators from attending Toronto’s largest anti-Trump rally on Saturday against the recent U.S. presidential elections.
Six women who left their homes in countries as diverse as Venezuela, France and Dubai to pursue their careers in Toronto are profiled at the City Hall.
There was near-unanimous support from council for the city’s budget. Crawford said that it is an affordable budget that keeps taxes below the rate of inflation.
First-time candidate Randy Bucao never thought the colour of his olive skin was going to be a problem in his campaign during the recent 2014 Toronto municipal election. A mechanical engineer who moved to Canada in 1994, he’s been heavily involved with the city’s Catholic school board, and his Filipino-Canadian organizations in Toronto. Bucao knew he would face a challenge campaigning for a council seat in a heavily ethnic area, Ward 10, York-Centre, but not blatant racism from some residents.