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MetCap tenants march
Parkdale tenants protest in mid-March over landlord MetCap's decision to raise rents. Toronto Council voted March 29 to enact a new bylaw requiring...
6 hours ago | Add Comment | Parkdale Villager

New 'landmark' Toronto bylaw promises to protect tenant rights

Rahul Gupta

A new bylaw will require landlords to register with the city if they want to legally operate rental...

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Short Term rental discussion

Toronto collects input on short-term accommodation rental regulations

North York residents were invited to attend a city meeting regarding short-term accommodation rentals at the North York Civic...

North York Mirror | by Jasmine Hui
Money Matters | 12 hours ago
Tenants meeting

East Toronto renters share concerns, discuss solutions

Concerns faced by renters in East York are nothing new: lack of maintenance, pests, fear of being evicted, noise, smoke...

East York Mirror | by Joanna Lavoie
Columns | Mar 21, 2017
TO in Transit

TOinTransit: More Scarborough subway details needed, not less

At the risk of beating a dead horse – or in this case climbing into a Range Rover and running it over repeatedly – for this...

Scarborough Mirror | by Rahul Gupta
CityHall | Mar 07, 2017
Subway still on track

Subway proponents, opponents clash with Mayor Tory executive committee

Defenders of the one-stop subway extension into Scarborough showed up in force to the March 7 Executive Committee meeting,...

Scarborough Mirror | by David Nickle
City Hall | Mar 07, 2017
Proposed redevelopment

Councillors approve Humber River Hospital's Keele site redevelopment

A developer got the green light last month to build a new residential neighbourhood of townhouses and mid-rise apartments on...

York Guardian | by Tamara Shephard
City Hall | Mar 07, 2017

Tough new landlord bylaw goes to Toronto Council at month's end

A new bylaw that would impose new rules and responsibilities on landlords — and stiff fines if they don’t follow along —...

Parkdale Villager | by David Nickle
Mar 02, 2017

Middle class Torontonians feeling the squeeze

North York resident Cathleen Trinh, mom to three-year-old Charlie, keeps a fairly tight rein on her finances. Trinh, who...

Beach Mirror | Add Comment | by Joanna Lavoie
Mar 02, 2017

Scarborough Centre will also be a growth hub for art, according to plan

As the subway extension to Scarborough Town Centre is built, there will be development around it, which means there will be...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment | by Mike Adler
Mar 02, 2017

Minto, residents credited for downsized build bid in Etobicoke

A developer’s much-downsized residential build bid on the former Kipling Grove School property, in consultation with area...

Etobicoke Guardian | Add Comment | by Tamara Shephard
Mar 01, 2017

Toronto ends Black History Month by honouring broadcast 'pioneer'

A street in a new mid-Scarborough subdivision will bear the name of a black “pioneer” in Canadian broadcasting, the City of...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment
Feb 28, 2017

Residents weigh in on Bloor West Village Avenue Study

Close to 100 residents packed the gym at St. Pius X Catholic School to learn more and weigh in on the Bloor West Village...

Bloor West Villager | Add Comment | by Aaron D'Andrea
Feb 28, 2017

TOinTransit: Let's be clear on the real cost of infrastructure

I have a humble request for Toronto elected officials, planners and transportation watchers, if only in the interests of my...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment | by Rahul Gupta
Feb 28, 2017

Update: Fire chief won't issue fee for nonresident car accidents until discretionary bylaw is in effect

City of Brantford charging nonresidents for car accidents

Brant News | Add Comment | by Victoria Gray
Feb 28, 2017

Mayor Tory defends increased costs for Scarborough subway extension

John Tory and several staunch supporters of the controversial transit plan reiterated their support for the Toronto...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment | by Rahul Gupta
Feb 27, 2017

Modest' seniors' rental marks rare development in north Etobicoke

A five-storey seniors’ rental apartment building proposal in an area of north Etobicoke that rarely sees development got the...

Etobicoke Guardian | Add Comment | by Tamara Shephard
Feb 27, 2017

Big changes could be coming to Blue Goose Tavern

Mimico’s beloved Blue Goose Tavern could soon be undergoing a radical restoration and redevelopment — including a new...

Etobicoke Guardian | Add Comment | by Cynthia Reason

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