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Michael Watier

Tory serves smoked meat to celebrate food truck liberation more

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Ford scrums during last Council meeting

Jonathan Goldsbie

City Hall reporting will be a different challenge in the Tory era: news will have to be chased down in a figurative sense, rather than a literal one more

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During unexpected visit to City Hall, outgoing mayor says he's facing at least three more rounds of chemotherapy more

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City reaches deal with Ryerson on new home for iconic record store marquee, but it might not be a permanent fix more

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But this time, Doug as well. more

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Rebrand will give Emergency Medical Services the same acronym as the police force more

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Jonathan Goldsbie

Extended: Deputy Mayor Norm Kelly may not have been the leader we deserved, but he was exactly the leader we needed more

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Mayor still in hospital, doctor says results of biopsy won't be known for a week more

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Dougie is not even a good fake Man of the People. So let's get Chow and Tory to stop fighting this over-sized Boogie Man. more

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Doug Ford will address his brother's political future on Thursday as mayor battling serious health issue more

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Former heavyweight champion, convicted of rape in 1992, is latest celebrity to sit down with Toronto's notorious mayor more

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Please be the last time more

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Council overwhelmingly approves controversial relocation of 50-bed men's facility more

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City to study visual aids demarcating public and private space after company unfairly confiscated bicycles locked to TTC pole more

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Councillor frustrated as city staff conclude that plan to open Toronto's first 24-hour drop-in by December isn't feasible more

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Colourful display recalls Don Cherry's "pinko" remarks at inaugural meeting more

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Next term of council will have final say on multimillion-dollar enhancements to bus, streetcar routes more

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Plan to improve existing system a much needed change from debates over new rail lines more

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Over objections of residents, committee votes to move Cornerstone Place men's facility to Oakwood and Vaughan more

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Shortage of replacement parts has left cycling program unable to fix broken equipment, and some members are complaining the system is deteriorating more

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