Unifor urges City of Toronto to improve transit and save jobs in Thunder Bay.
A three-day strike by SkyTrain workers has been averted, thanks to a new tentative agreement reached following a marathon bargaining session
There's room for discussion about the most effective ways to address the climate crisis, but ultimately we have to deploy every solution available and keep developing new ones.
To build a healthier, safer, more pleasant and ecologically sustainable city Toronto needs to jettison a significant share of its current "public space."
The Liberal government passed a private member's bill giving funding priority to green infrastructure projects. Eric Doherty say this could mean tens of billions of dollars more for public transit.
Why is the Wynne government ignoring one of the most strategic ways to reduce emissions?
Yes, Metrolinx is really considering forcing Torontonians to pay more for the subway.
For most motoring commuters, roads and highways are joyless places defined by congestion, frustration and anger. It's no surprise cycling feels so out of place.
While Toronto politicians like Joe Mihevc try to blame "fare evasion," they should really be looking in the mirror when it comes to the TTC's budget woes.
Gradually re-allocating road space from general purpose and parking use to exclusive 24/7 public transit lanes is now becoming normal in many cities -- even in the United States. What about Canada?