City planning staff asked to advise on a strategy that would promote retail diversity and independent business on commercial main streets
The greatest change in kitchen colour is the return to black or much deeper colours in cabinetry.
Jaffari Community Centre resubmits development application
How is John Tory doing as mayor of Toronto? He certainly seems like a nice man, personable and well-spoken, but I am more interested in his job performance.
With traffic issues being a major community issue, the Redway Road Extension was brought back to the discussion table three years ago.
The Toronto District School Board (TDSB) is forging ahead with new design plans for Davisville Junior Public School despite ongoing arguments that the building should be preserved as a heritage site.
Protected ravine lands account for 17 per cent of the city’s total land area. The need to attend to a slew of safety and environmental issues and grow this natural resource for future generations has become a top priority at council.
Ontario’s Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing has proposed new legislation to control rental prices and ensure fair treatment of tenants. If the Rental Fairness Act, 2017, is passed, it will expand rent control to all private buildings, including the 237,000 rental units built in Ontario after 1991.