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Budget chief and Scarborough Southwest Councillor Gary Crawford talks about the City of Toronto's 2016 budget.
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Committee approves budget with 1.3 per cent property tax hike for Toronto

David Nickle

Toronto’s executive committee is recommending council approve a 2016 budget with a 1.3 per cent...

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Toronto’s outside workers could be on the picket line by Feb. 19

Toronto’s outside workers could be off the job in a strike or a lockout at 12:01 a.m. Feb. 19. The city and CUPE Local...

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Council approves Leslieville homeless shelter for men, despite concerns raised by neighbours

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THE CITY: Toronto’s half-imagined transit future is not all bad

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Feb 03, 2016

Toronto to wait for ‘appropriate circumstances’ to file injunction against Uber

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Rob Ford fined three-days pay by Toronto Council

Toronto Council has voted to dock Rob Ford three-days pay in punishment for advertising a political fundraiser for himself...

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Scarborough Community Council prohibits overnight parking on certain Agincourt streets

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Feb 02, 2016

EDGES OF TORONTO: Real War on the Car targets large families

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Jan 29, 2016

Toronto and its two workers’ unions inch closer to strike position

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