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Digital panel raises big concerns with Sidewalk Labs’ smart city proposal

A Waterfront Toronto advisory panel has big concerns with digital aspects of Sidewalk Labs’s controversial proposal for a high-tech neighbourhood on Toronto’s waterfront.“Preliminary...

Despite the stress, wrath and ridicule, ex-Toronto councillors say they miss...

These days, former city councillor Sarah Doucette enjoys hanging out in her backyard garden with her two chickens, Milly and Roxy.Since retiring as...

Toronto’s shrunken city council is moving faster but leaving residents ‘cut...

“We said we were going to reduce the size and cost of government, and that is exactly what we’re doing,” Premier Doug Ford...

Short-term rental rules won’t solve housing crisis but they will help,...

Toronto’s short-term rental regulations won’t solve the city’s housing crisis but they will help stabilize the supply of homes and reduce the nuisance...

City dwellers could be tempted to treat their house as a...

When Claire Pfeiffer borrowed a big sum from her mother to buy a detached, two-and-a-half-storey home near the Lansdowne subway station for $430,000...

A small Alberta city is home to the busiest drug consumption...

LETHBRIDGE—One early summer evening in downtown Lethbridge, a scene of controlled chaos is playing out. A man is sprawled on the ground, his...

Toronto is a city of beaches — here’s how these three...

With more than a month of summer left, there’s still lots of time to swim at one of Toronto’s many beaches found along...

Detached home market in GTA recovering, especially in the city: Re/Max...

Detached houses in the GTA are finally showing signs of recovery after a sluggish market in 2017 and 2018. The action is particularly...

Violent weekend in Toronto draws attention to missed opportunities to make...

Critics and community advocates say the city must move quicker to create safer communities after a long weekend that saw an unusual spike...

Mississauga residents call foul on city orders to move basketball nets

Mississauga resident Karl Marques thought his basketball net, which was widely used by youth on his street, was an undeniable slam dunk hit...
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