July 30, 2014

North Toronto & Forest Hill News

Yonge & Eg project not popular

Yonge & Eg project not popular

Condos on top of apartments a poor mix, says councillor

$1.1 mil Rosedale trail halted

Eglinton properties a hot commodity

Eglinton properties a hot commodity

Commercial opportunities are quickly getting snatched up

Urban spaces: Cat cafés set to claw their way into town

Urban spaces: Cat cafés set to claw their way into town

A new global craze is coming to Toronto, a hangout for both feline and friend, cat and customer. Whether you’re sipping on a warm saucer of milk or a steaming hot latte, these new cat cafés in...

Eglinton shops could receive tax relief

Business owners and local business improvement area (BIA) representatives are hopeful a tax relief proposal presented to Toronto City Council, in part by Ward 15 councillor Josh Colle, gets approval.

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Bayview & North York News

Harmonizing Yonge Street

Urban spaces: Cat cafés set to claw their way into town

Urban spaces: Cat cafés set to claw their way into town

A new global craze is coming to Toronto, a hangout for both feline and friend, cat and customer. Whether you’re sipping on a warm saucer of milk or a steaming hot latte, these new cat cafés in...

$80 mil for as-of-right density

$80 mil for as-of-right density

City awaits development proposals for Bayview Village centre.

Councillor launches campaign to protect park

Control over the future development of Downsview Park has resulted in a major war of words between the local community and the federal government. Coun. Maria Augimeri is leading the fight to have...

Avenue & Wilson school field safe for now

Avenue & Wilson school field safe for now

Board can still appeal to sever and sell off green space.

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Thornhill & Richmond Hill News

Battle of Bathurst continues on

905 resident can’t change her unlucky address

Major mall expansion

Major mall expansion

Landmark retailer is coming soon to Richmond Hill

Defeat snatched from the jaws of victory

Defeat snatched from the jaws of victory

Thornhill councillor pursuing judicial recount following error

Medical marijuana plant decision headed to court

Medical marijuana plant decision headed to court

Councillors divided over Richmond Hill cannabis facility.

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Newsmakers

City Hall

Thornhill’s new & improved parks

Thumbs down to Baif project

Thumbs down to Baif project

Local festival celebrates fifth year

Local festival celebrates fifth year

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Looking Back

Hot Topics

Trust is earned and Ford has a long way to go

Trust is earned and Ford has a long way to go

Can you trust someone who decides to spend so much more than he can raise trying to get elected?

Is the city at war with cars or is the two-wheeler set under threat?

The top five candidates give us their solutions on gridlock, subways and cycling in the city

'R' Rated Ads? Now Mag Faces Critics

'R' Rated Ads? Now Mag Faces Critics

Should magazines easily accessible to minors run explicit adult ads?

Just who should run this town, anyway?

Just who should run this town, anyway?

THE MESSAGE IS clear: the status quo at city hall is not good enough and is contributing to holding the city back.

Time to get serious with our $500 million budget deficit

Time to get serious with our $500 million budget deficit

ON JAN. 1, 1998, six former municipalities amalgamated to form the new City of Toronto. Mayor Mel Lastman said at the time that there would be “winners and losers”.

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