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Toronto’s demographic shift was expected and predictable. But from housing to health care, it often feels like the city has been caught by surprise.
The LRT doesn’t open until next year at the earliest, but it’s already transforming Toronto’s northwest.
The “housing crisis” isn’t a crisis for everyone—for some it’s a windfall. That fact infuses every aspect of our response to it.
There is still time to mitigate the harms of climate change and build resilient communities in this city. But we need to start now.
Everyone got COVID while making this issue. Welcome to the “living with it” era of the pandemic.
How decent jobs became precarious labour, and what we can do about it.
Introducing the Indigenous Toronto Issue.
In a year of “unprecedented times,” the world didn’t split apart in ways that were terrifying and new. It cracked along familiar seams, over and over again.
As the first tentative positive signs emerged, it was tempting to look beyond the week—to try to trace the curve past where it flattens to the point it sinks beneath the horizon. It's too early for that.
The future of Toronto as an equitable, liveable city begins in inner suburbs like this.
How the prison system became a ramshackle, underfunded wing of the health care system.