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Parking pad approval
Kurt Lingenfelter stands above the parking pad in front of his Cranbrooke Avenue home on Tuesday, Jan. 17. His family recently received approval for...
Jan 19, 2017 | Add Comment | North York Mirror

North York couple granted lawn parking spot as a matter of 'human rights'

Rahul Gupta

A couple in North York is claiming victory after receiving an exemption from North York Community...

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Transit | Jan 19, 2017
Rocket

Weekend subway closures eating into TTC's bottom line: Colle

The chair of the TTC is concerned regular weekend subway closures required for construction is leading to less revenue for...

York Guardian | by Rahul Gupta
News | Jan 19, 2017
Edges of Toronto

EDGES OF TORONTO: Serving Toronto's homeless is lawyer's lonely mission

Mukhtiar (Mark) Dahiya brings free legal help to homeless people in Toronto. Tall and fierce, Dahiya, a lawyer from...

Beach Mirror | by Mike Adler
City Hall | Jan 19, 2017
Bob Rae speaks out

Toronto Council to decide who should pick up Scarborough's garbage

A controversial plan to possibly contract out garbage collection in Scarborough will be going to Toronto Council, after the...

Scarborough Mirror | by David Nickle
Opinion | Jan 19, 2017
The City

Trump's war on the press is another reminder of the Rob Ford years

Here on the eve of the inauguration of president-elect Donald J. Trump in Washington D.C., it’s hard not to think about the...

Etobicoke Guardian | by David Nickle
News | Jan 16, 2017
Property tax rebate

Mayor John Tory says ending commercial vacancy rebate could spur business in Toronto

Taking a stroll along Queen Street East in the Beach on Monday, Mayor John Tory underlined the need to repeal a tax rebate...

Beach Mirror | by David Nickle
Transit | Jan 12, 2017
Anti-billboard

Anti-billboard activists concerned provincial restrictions will be eased

Anti-billboard activist Dave Meslin is concerned a review underway of provincial sign standards will mean more distracting...

North York Mirror | by Rahul Gupta
Jan 12, 2017

City outside workers union cries foul over garbage outsourcing report

The union representing Toronto’s garbage workers is crying foul on the release of a report recommending that Toronto...

Beach Mirror | Add Comment | by David Nickle
Jan 12, 2017

Toronto's shisha bar owners wait to exhale – or close – after a ruling

Owners of dozens of Toronto shisha bars are anxiously awaiting an Ontario Court of Appeal ruling this year on whether a city...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment | by Mike Adler
Jan 12, 2017

EDGES OF TORONTO: Are our hookah lounges that much of a health threat?

Is there a limit to what the City of Toronto can do to keep you safe? Karim Raja Fallah and Maher Hamarneh think so. Both...

East York Mirror | Add Comment | by Mike Adler
Jan 11, 2017

Tory supports contracting out garbage collection in Scarborough

Scarborough residents could see their garbage picked up by private-sector haulers.

Beach Mirror | Add Comment | by David Nickle
Jan 11, 2017

Gold medallist Penny Oleksiak convinces Mayor John Tory not to close school pools

Mayor John Tory got the message from east-end Olympian Penny Oleksiak this week, and has promised to make sure that city...

Beach Mirror | Add Comment | by David Nickle
Jan 10, 2017

Deputants descend on Toronto City Hall for budget public hearings

Toronto's budget subcommittee got an earful at Toronto City Hall Tuesday as members of the public, union leaders and...

Beach Mirror | Add Comment | by David Nickle
Jan 10, 2017

Ward 42 candidate removes website selfies with John Tory, three MPs

Note to aspiring politicians and their volunteers in Toronto: Getting a selfie with someone is not the same as getting an...

Scarborough Mirror | 1 Comment | by Mike Adler
Jan 10, 2017

Scarborough Subway route won't use Big Bend alignment, councillor says

The Big Bend, a proposal to build the end of the Scarborough Subway extension a different way, appears to have bitten the...

Scarborough Mirror | 1 Comment | by Mike Adler
Jan 09, 2017

Safe injection sites get provincial funding in Toronto as opioid 'epidemic' looms

Toronto Public Health is pushing ahead to open three safe injection sites for intravenous drug users now that the Ontario...

Beach Mirror | Add Comment | by David Nickle
Jan 05, 2017

Toronto could hit the big time with its own IMDb page

For a town once known as Hollywood North, Toronto’s Economic Development Committee is pushing for something that even the...

Beach Mirror | Add Comment | by David Nickle

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