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Councillor John Filion, left, and Mayor John Tory
Jun 29, 2015 | Add Comment | North York Mirror

Mayor Tory tabs John Filion as Arts Advocate

David Nickle

Willowdale Councillor John Filion is Mayor John Tory’s point-person on the arts. The veteran...

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News | Jun 29, 2015

Councillor Matlow says community will fight 42-storey Yonge and St. Clair building

A proposal calling for the construction of a 42-storey building on the southeast corner of Yonge Street and St. Clair Avenue...

City Centre Mirror | by Justin Skinner
News | Jun 29, 2015
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THE CITY: Metrolinx report puts pressure on mayor, council

There are a couple of ways to look at the new report from Metrolinx that draws attention to the need for a downtown relief...

City Centre Mirror
News | Jun 26, 2015

North York council opposes Chatsworth Drive development

North York Community Council has asked city staff to head to the Ontario Municipal Board to oppose a condo development on...

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News | Jun 26, 2015

Tory calls on TTC to start subway service earlier on Sunday mornings

The Toronto Transit Commission should start the subways earlier than 9 a.m. on Sundays, Mayor John Tory said on Friday....

City Centre Mirror | by David Nickle
News | Jun 25, 2015

North York Community Council green-lights nine-storey building at Sheppard and Harlock

North York Community Council has given the go-ahead to a developer to construct a nine-storey building at the southwest...

North York Mirror
News | Jun 25, 2015

Finch-Willowdale redevelopment to bring 75 homes, retail

North York Community Council approved a residential redevelopment at Finch Avenue East and Willowdale Avenue that would...

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Jun 25, 2015

North York Community Council opposes ‘overdevelopment’ at Dufferin and Lawrence

North York Community Council has voted to send city staff to the Ontario Municipal Board to oppose construction of a...

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Jun 25, 2015

THE CITY: Speed limit decision best for Tory to leave alone

One might choose to look at the Toronto and East York Community Council’s move to slow down traffic in the city core as a...

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Jun 24, 2015

Support for expanded Woodbine casino should be conditional on building an integrated entertainment complex: report

Toronto should take a chance on supporting casino-style gambling at the Woodbine Racetrack. But in a report coming to...

Etobicoke Guardian | 1 Comment | by David Nickle
Jun 24, 2015

Scarborough residents view ‘theme park’ of transit plans at local meeting

For a few hours, Scarborough’s Winston Churchill Collegiate was host to a theme park of Toronto transit planning. It...

Scarborough Mirror | 1 Comment | by Mike Adler
Jun 23, 2015

Councillors approve speed reduction on downtown residential streets

Motorists will have to slow down by 10 kilometres an hour this September on residential streets throughout the Toronto and...

Beach Mirror | Add Comment | by David Nickle
Jun 23, 2015

City seeking input on driving and parking restrictions

The City of Toronto is seeking public input this month regarding changes to peak hour driving and parking restrictions...

Parkdale Villager | Add Comment | by Hilary Caton
Jun 22, 2015

Mayor Tory wouldn’t support speed limit reduction on city streets

Mayor John Tory says he’d vote against a proposal to lower speed limits on residential streets in the old City of Toronto...

Beach Mirror | Add Comment | by David Nickle
Jun 22, 2015

THE CITY: Tory’s respect for Toronto lessens impact of rookie mistakes

John Tory is taking part in the raising of the Rainbow Flag today — kicking off Pride Week in a manner both dignified and...

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Jun 22, 2015

Lowering speed limits on neighbourhood streets to be discussed by Toronto-East York councillors

The Toronto and East York Community Council will be looking at slowing things down in downtown neighbourhoods tonight....

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Jun 19, 2015

City agrees to pay more, as does private operator, in hopes of reviving historic Guild Inn

Toronto councillors have approved changes to a deal that would see both the city and a private operator pay more to revive...

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