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Toronto City Hall
John Miller | Nearly a week after Ontario’s municipal elections, there has been very little reportage on the shocking lack of progress in making municipal councils more reflective of the population.
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Sophia Reuss | As the Toronto election campaign heads into its final days, follow all of our coverage here.
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Streetcars lined up on Queens Quay in Toronto. Photo: Evan Goldenberg/Wikimedia Commons
Yves Engler | Free public transit could combat both economic inequality and climate disturbances. It could also be part of a serious challenge to private, car-centred transit and urban planning.
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Phillip Dwight Morgan | For mayoral candidate D!ONNE Renée, Toronto still presents many barriers to people's livelihoods. As mayor she would bring an inclusive vision for the city's future.
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David J. Climenhaga | The Ontario premier's use of the notwithstanding clause is long overdue proof that the Charter isn't worth the paper it's printed on.
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Brent Patterson | Ford riding roughshod on Toronto city council and the Ontario legislature is an indicator of the tenor of fights to come.
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Sophia Reuss | Doug Ford's use of the 'notwithstanding clause' to press forth with municipal gerrymandering, Rise for Climate actions across the globe, and next steps in the fight over the Trans Mountain pipeline.
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Rick Salutin | Why are venerable institutions going back centuries so vulnerable? And what sustains decency and democracy in trying times, if not history and institutions? It's something simple.
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Phillip Dwight Morgan | A proud alumnus of WomenWinTO, Toronto mayoral candidate Saron Gebresellassi spent more than a year planning her run and boasts over a decade of community organizing experience.