“In this particular moment with hyperinflation and so many stresses on small restaurants, it’s not worth it,” says one restaurant owner.
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The city announces locations for new and existing speed cameras being installed across Toronto.
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Housing, Transit, and Strong Mayor Powers, Tory Embraces 3rd Term
The longtime mayor says this will be his final term — but that’s what he said last time.
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“I Feel like I’d Lose My Identity”: Kids of Immigrants on Struggling to Learn Their Parents’ Native Languages
Second-gen Torontonians and immigrants who came here at a young age describe their complex relationship with language.
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Meaningful Consultation Missing from Eglinton Crosstown LRT Project, Says City Councillor
One of Toronto’s most culturally diverse neighbourhoods is facing intense gentrification, and some local shops are struggling to stay in business.
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One of Canada’s Tallest Residential Buildings Set to Be Built at Yonge and Gerrard
Ryerson University’s campus is about to be home to one of Canada’s tallest residential buildings. Set to be built at the corner of Yonge Street and Gerrard Street, the 95-storey…
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Traffic Safety Experts Worry about Pedestrians as More People, Vehicles Return to Downtown Streets
With students about to return to campus for the winter semester, the university hasn’t done enough to prioritize pedestrian safety, says a Ryerson traffic safety expert. Raktim Mitra, associate professor…
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Toronto kitchen provides fresh meals for homeless in the city
Unity Kitchens has created a safe community for those facing homelessness and food insecurity
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Toronto Public Health declares active COVID-19 outbreak in Pitman Hall
Seven people living in the building have tested positive for COVID-19
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Is Toronto allocating too much of its budget to policing and not enough to the community?
The Toronto Police Service is projected to get an increase in funding, concerning social justice advocates