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Buses are the unglamorous workhorses of the TTC. By neglecting them to build flashy rail projects a decade from now, is the TTC failing the people that need transit most today?
The recognition includes nine Digital Publishing Awards and three National Magazine Awards.
Below ground, the hair stylists, dry cleaners, baristas and sushi chefs are ready. But are the office workers coming back?
The award recognizes Fatima Syed’s groundbreaking reporting of the pandemic in Peel region.
Malvern mall has seen me through every stage of my life, from renting videos as a preschooler to wandering the empty halls during COVID. As we emerge from the pandemic, how do we keep these suburban hubs of culture and community alive?
As curtains rise on Toronto theatres after years of disruption, a generation of creators are wondering if there’s still a place for them on the stage.
Everyone got COVID while making this issue. Welcome to the “living with it” era of the pandemic.
Hospitals were overwhelmed and overcrowded well before the pandemic. What happens after COVID?
When the pandemic hit, my partner’s status as an organ transplant recipient became the organizing principle of our lives. As the city opens up, our risk calculations have become more impossible than ever.
Canada is the only G7 country without a national school food program—instead, we have piecemeal provincially-funded programs that are leaving children behind.
A data blog about the pandemic's effects on the city’s 800 public schools.
Their school burned down, they survived a pandemic, and endured the ordinary teenage heartbreaks and triumphs under extraordinary conditions. Within the chaos, these York Memorial students found each other and their purpose.
The 2007 shooting of Jordan Manners sparked a massive review of school safety. With another fatal shooting last month, advocates are asking what has changed, and what hasn’t, in the years since.
This year, The Local’s contributor pool grew in diversity, with 73 percent of respondents identifying as racialized.
Now in its third year, the program provides training and mentorship to aspiring and emerging journalists from communities underrepresented in Canadian media. Applications are now open.
A reporter with a talent for investigative data journalism, Inori will strengthen our coverage of health and social issues in Toronto.
Shuttered autism services, kids caring for younger siblings, undiagnosed developmental conditions—for many students, the losses of the last two years go well beyond school closures.
With ECEs fleeing the industry and a federal childcare deal on the horizon, now is the time to fix a long-broken system.
What we learned from our participatory data project asking Torontonians to share rapid antigen test results.