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Martin Reis

To cyclists, it can’t come soon enough, but will a separated cycle track on Bloor really improve matters or will it be another Roncesvalles, a case of "learning by doing" when it comes to bike infrastructure? more

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Martin Reis

Stopgaps are failing to address hazards at problem corner three years after cyclist's death more

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On Sunday, cyclists took the streets to mourn the death of Carla Maria Warrilow more

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“We've decided we're not going to let hate rule the neighbourhood” more

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Bike couriers talk strike action against a uniquely bad industry more

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Michael Watier

Can effort to preserve a piece of the iconic intersection lead to something spectacular? more

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Yesterday's ceremony also saw the unveiling of a new statue memorializing the late NDP leader more

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Police use tactics they seek to criminalize more

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It's easy for Torontonians to romanticize Calgary, and its mayor, but as Nenshi's talk yesterday at MaRS illustrated, most cities are still in the pothole-fixing business more

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NDP bill aims to protect precarious workers – from artists to cabbies more

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NDP leader confronts the gritty nuts and bolts of city advocacy more

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With his tour of the Portlands and the waterfront, the opposition leader sets sights on T.O. more

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Workers' solidarity day march attracts nearly 2,000 protesters more

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Are public space guardians getting too close to outdoor advertising giant? more

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A political opponent as farcical as the mayor himself more

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A little girl's slipper, a construction hat – for documentary filmmakers reconnecting families with items lost in the Japan catastrophe presents its own dark challenges more

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The federal Liberals are heading into a new era: one of celebrity fawning and name recognition, not policy more

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Where THC in a pill is the key to addiction-free pain treatment more

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