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Canadian Urbanism Uncovered

  • Friday’s Headlines

    CITY COUNCIL • Mayor Ford wants Ward 9 byelection [The Star] • Residents of Ford country back killing Cadillac snow removal [The Star] • Toronto Podcast...

  • Thursday’s Headlines

    CITY COUNCIL • Ford’s approval rating at 70 per cent, poll finds [The Star] • More residents claim Ford went way over campaign spending limit [The Star...

  • Wednesday’s Headlines

    CITY COUNCIL • Ford allies tout ‘direct line’ to Harper [The Star] • Ford campaign overspent by $70,000, complaint says [Globe & Mail] • Ford’s gamble...

  • Tuesday’s Headlines

    FEDERAL ELECTION • Polling station snags reported across city [The Star] • Liberals crushed in GTA [The Star] • James: GTA boosted Tories but will they...

  • Monday’s Headlines

    CITY COUNCIL • City Hall Diary: Urban votes should count for more [The Star] • Council spending includes cakes, lion dances and 4-digit cellphone bills...

  • Street Stories: Bloor Street

    Synonymous with both subways and shopping but most recently with streetscaping construction woes, Bloor Street has joined St. Clair as an example of the...

  • Friday’s Headlines

    TRANSPORTATION • U.S. diplomats interested in TTC contracts, cables show [Globe & Mail] • West Collision Reporting Centre to close May 3 [Globe &...

  • Spacing Satellite: H2 In the Know

    After the wet week that Toronto’s had with all of these April Showers, today’s a good time to turn our attention to our city’s water...

  • Thursday’s Headlines

    CITY COUNCIL • Centrist councillors wary of trash proposal [National Post] • Council’s ‘mushy middle’ the focus of garbage debate [The...

  • Wednesday’s Headlines

    CITY COUNCIL • Despite pleas, city moves to privatize trash pickup [The Star] • Hume: A vote for Cusimano will be a vote for Ford [The Star] • City moves...

  • Tuesday’s Headlines

    CITY COUNCIL • Ford team eager to go up against Augimeri [The Star] • Posted Toronto Political Panel: Digesting the A La Cart fiasco [National Post] ...

  • Monday’s Headlines

    CITY COUNCIL • City Hall Diary: Not always a maze of bureaucracy [The Star] • City workers’ sick days rise 32 per cent [The Star] • City fudging numbers...