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Mar 05, 2015 | Add Comment | City Centre Mirror

THE CITY: Still waiting for benefit of Tory’s magic Rolodex

One of the most resonant of the points hammered at by 2014 mayoral candidate John Tory was his...

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News | Mar 04, 2015

Toronto Hydro still working to restore power to several thousand customers

Toronto Hydro crews are still working to restore power to about 4,500 of 87,000 customers who lost power during Tuesday...

City Centre Mirror | by David Nickle
News | Mar 04, 2015

ZooShare organics digester could be up and running by next year

Provincial red tape has delayed work on a biogas plant at the Toronto Zoo, but its organics digester may still be up and...

Scarborough Mirror | by Mike Adler
News | Mar 03, 2015

Toronto’s executive committee passes Mayor Tory’s budget without much change

A budget committee plan to cut eight new planners from the 2015 budget was reversed at the city’s executive committee....

City Centre Mirror | by David Nickle
News | Mar 03, 2015

Toronto on the hook for infrastructure upgrades to UP Express

Toronto property taxpayers will be paying a portion of the costs for Metrolinx’s Union Pearson Express (UP Express) airport...

City Centre Mirror | by David Nickle
News | Mar 02, 2015

City of Toronto cuts plans to hire new planners

A budget committee plan to cut eight new planners from the 2015 budget was reversed at the city’s executive committee....

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News | Mar 02, 2015

Mayor Tory to take monthly radio show seat starting this week

Former radio host and now Toronto mayor John Tory is getting at least a small part of his old radio show back. Tory will...

City Centre Mirror
Mar 02, 2015

THE CITY: Rob Ford still a magnet for media attention

As I write this, the pre-trial of Rob Ford’s former friend Sandro Lisi is starting up. Rob Ford himself is in Jamaica, with...

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Feb 28, 2015

Residential growth trumping employment is causing traffic problems in North York: chief planner

Developers’ abilities to turn land into gold is causing traffic problems in North York, where residential growth is far...

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Feb 27, 2015

Drop in attendance for 2014 despite giant pandas has Toronto Zoo officials concerned

The Toronto Zoo is looking for strategies to help rebound and “recalibrate” itself after a year when attendance dropped....

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment | by Mike Adler
Feb 26, 2015

Rob Ford sells personal items on eBay to support cancer research

Former mayor Rob Ford says that all of the money he gets from selling off a bizarre collection of personal items on eBay...

City Centre Mirror | 1 Comment | by David Nickle
Feb 26, 2015

THE CITY: Last-minute budget cuts creating a nasty little mess

The budget committee had been doing so well under the circumstances. Its new chair Gary Crawford had run pleasant and...

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Feb 25, 2015

Toronto establishes frozen pipe ‘SWAT’ team to deal with frigid backlog

Icy water pipes across the city have spurred Toronto Water to establish a special team to deal with a frigid backlog that...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by David Nickle
Feb 25, 2015

Skating on Grenadier Pond not ruled out for next year

Toronto parks staff will be looking for ways to allow for safe skating on Grenadier Pond next winter. Those were the...

Bloor West Villager | Add Comment | by David Nickle
Feb 25, 2015

Developers propose 39-storey condo at Sheppard and Yonge

A group of developers is proposing to spend $150 million to revitalize the Sheppard Avenue and Yonge Street area, including...

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Feb 24, 2015

Cuts to city hiring threaten plan for new heritage conservation districts

Toronto’s Planning and Growth Management committee has approved an ambitious plan to start work on a total of eight heritage...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by David Nickle
Feb 23, 2015

Bloor/Bay’s scramble intersection up for removal

And then there were two. On February 23, Toronto’s Public Works and Infrastructure voted to remove Toronto’s third...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment | by David Nickle

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