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City to reopen nominations for candidates Thursday, Friday in wake of court ruling

The city says nominations for Toronto councillor and school board trustee will reopen on Thursday and Friday now that the Ontario Court of Appeal ruling has sided with the provincial government.

Toronto's oldest house enters the 21st century with a high-tech makeover

It turns out, Wi-Fi-activated blinds, a fancy fridge and a Roomba vacuum are not enough to drown-out the real story about what makes the house at 469 Broadview special. It’s a glimpse back in time.

Man in his 20s critically injured in shooting outside public library in Toronto

A man in his 20s made his way into a Toronto public library after he shot several times outside on Wednesday night in North York.

Ontario's highest court paves way to reduce size of Toronto city council

Ontario's highest court has paved the way for a considerable cut to the size of Toronto's city council just weeks from a municipal election, but Mayor John Tory says the city's legal team has been told to continue fighting the province using any means available.

Queen's Park 'pleased,' others furious after bill slashing size of Toronto city council wins court stay

Recap the reaction in our live blog after a three-judge panel of the Ontario Court of Appeal stayed a lower court's ruling that struck down a bill cutting the size of Toronto city council to 25 from 47.

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