Changes could be coming to the Toronto Street Furniture Program after the city’s public works committee adopted a proposed amendment to the 20 year contract with Astral Media.
The chair of a panel exploring options for improved transit service along Sheppard Avenue East has refuted the mayor’s argument in favour of subways. Councillors are due to choose between the subway option or the light rail transit (LRT) option, later today.
When East York resident Trish O’Reilly-Brennan posted a petition online to get the Transit City plan back, she had no idea how quickly it would spread. With minimal promotion, it gathered over 1,600 signatures within a week.
When Rob Ford walked into the council chambers at Toronto City Hall, Antionette Wassilyn fluttered her arms around her heart; she seemed star struck by the new mayor. “Oh my gosh. He’s the best Christmas…
Rob Ford’s choice for TTC chair has the new mayor’s campaign slogan top-of-mind. Rob Ford takes over the Toronto mayor’s office on Dec. 1. Yesterday, he announced his choices for chairs of standing committees from…
Kaneiaa Jaymoorthy contacted Glenn De Baeremaeker’s Ward 38 office when he had difficulty receiving a permit to build a fence on his property. “Glenn’s staff came to my house,” Jaymoorthy said. “Glenn took the problem…
Marathon Week in Toronto will end this Sunday, with the completion of the 21st anniversary of the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon, that will see over 23,000 runners and 40-plus countries as participants.
Scarborough councillors are conflicted when it comes to outgoing mayor David Miller’s $40-million plan to invest in Toronto’s 13 neediest communities.
Community groups and transit activists gathered last night to protest provincial budget cuts to Toronto Mayor David Miller’s much-vaunted Transit City plans.
David Miller announced this morning he will not seek a third term as mayor of Toronto in 2010. He said his decision had nothing to do with media pressure or any backlash received from the Toronto city workers strike that crippled city-run services for two months this summer.