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THE CITY: Byelection will likely lead to the return of a Ford to Toronto Council

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John Tory could scarcely have answered the question any differently. Does he support a byelection...

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Letters | Apr 28, 2016

Rob Ford’s death is sad, but he was not a good leader, reader writes

To the editor: Re: ‘Rob Ford’s seat must be filled through byelection’ Editorial, April 7. Rob Ford is dead. The fact...

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Letters | Apr 28, 2016

David Nickle’s column about Rob Ford was a refreshing read

To the editor: Re: ‘Trying to find forgiveness for Rob Ford,’ The City, March 31. I wish to commend David Nickle for...

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News | Apr 28, 2016

EDITORIAL: Bloor Street bike lanes a correct path to improving Toronto’s road safety

Toronto councillors may feel they will have a tough decision to make when they meet next week. Absent any advice from the...

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Columns | Apr 28, 2016

BUT SERIOUSLY: Expect success from Canadian NHL teams this post-season – off the ice

First round NHL TV ratings were way down, as expected, considering none of the seven Canadian teams made it to the playoffs...

Beach Mirror | by Jamie Wayne
Columns | Apr 27, 2016
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Drake drops ‘The 6’ from VIEWS

The Toronto rapper's new album suddenly has a shorter and less hometown-proud title

OurWindsor.Ca | by Ben Rayner
News | Apr 26, 2016
David Nickle: THE CITY

THE CITY: Roots of messy Bombardier streetcar deal go back to 2009

When Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) Chair Josh Colle and CEO Andy Byford stood up Monday afternoon to talk about...

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News | Apr 26, 2016

TOinTransit: Toronto had sought provincial bike funding to no avail

It turns out Toronto did apply to a provincial program for bike funding after all. Last week, Metroland Media Toronto...

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News | Apr 21, 2016

BUT SERIOUSLY: Warm weather raises dog and owner etiquette questions

With the beautiful weather last weekend you couldn’t go more than a few steps in my neighbourhood without running into a dog...

City Centre Mirror | by Jamie Wayne

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