Founder and publisher of Share Newspaper, Arnold A. Auguste, argues that Torontonians can't expect more affordable housing without paying more taxes.
Former mayor, John Tory, won his last election with just a fraction of the total votes cast.
The protestors are demanding the resignation of the current head of state, new elections, and better accountability in the government.
Updated: ‘Historic’ motion to address caste discrimination approved by Toronto District School Board
"There is an insidious form of casteism that exists but no one talks about," says Chinnaiah Jangam, a history professor and author.
A car crash caused by speeding ended the lives of three students and sent one to the ICU in Toronto.
Immigrants and newcomers are especially vulnerable because they may be unfamiliar with the language and the law.
Grassroots organizers say more police on Toronto’s streets will have negative impact on already-suffering social services.
Toronto-based newcomer program helps immigrants, refugees and displaced people transition into their new life in Canada.
Canadian Uyghurs meet weekly in downtown Toronto to remember the victims and protest against the Chinese government
Toronto City Council sees latest municipal election as historic victory in progressive politics. But is it too little too late?