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National Housing Day Rally shines light on the abysmal housing situation in Toronto

Infrastructure of displacement has grown “immensely”
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The Myth of Affordable Housing in Toronto

Housing almost entirely out of reach for full-time minimum-wage workers
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Kerry’s Place Developmental Service Workers on Strike

Majority of workers are racialized women working two jobs
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Education worker speaks out about linked labour and tenant organizing struggles

"I have co-workers going to food banks."
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Sanctuary in name only: municipal governments don’t have the power to deliver the promise of sanctuary cities

Toronto declared itself a sanctuary city in 2013, but undocumented people continue to exist in a precarious space
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Social Progressive, Daylight Conservative: Tips for Saving Hours in a Recession

Daylight savings in Canada: Are days getting shorter or is it just rising nighttime inflation?
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Emergency rally held for education workers, against strike-breaking, in anticipation of mass work refusals, fines on Friday

Premier Ford, Minister Lecce’s attack on constitutional bargaining rights raises alarms across organized labour
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Residents of Novotel shelter-hotel describe mistreatment by staff, sexual assault, illegitimate removals

“A lot of them don’t realize they’re a part of the system of oppression”
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Over/Under: The Unprecedented Boom in Sports Advertising and its Risks

How the ongoing sports betting boom further isolates people at risk of addiction

Ballot Casters: Meet Your Neighbours Voting in Toronto's Municipal Election

Housing affordability, elder care and greener public transit a priority for Toronto voters

How to vote on Monday

Everything you need to know about voting for the municipal election

Mayoral candidate Gil Peñalosa talks parks, urban planning

"Whether you live in a wealthy neighbourhood or are unhoused, public spaces should be designed for you."

TTC Riders: 10 Ideas for the New City Council on How to Improve Transit 

"Taking the TTC should be an easy and dignified experience."

Your Guide to The Mayoral Race: Tory vs. Peñalosa

A comparison of John Tory and Gil Peñalosa's mayoral platforms: Housing, Transit and Police

Bars Behind Bars: Restorative Justice Program Connects Incarcerated People To Music Industry

Innovative prison arts program Pros and Cons helps people find work and purpose in creating music

Putting The Don in Its Place: Toronto’s billion-dollar project to heal a river destroyed by development

More than a century of meddling with the Don River has created a perilous situation in the Port Lands, and the project underway to fix it involves $1.25 billion and a lot more meddling

Then, and NOW

Former NOW Magazine photographer Nick Lachance reflects on the mag's decades-long history in the city, its recent financial troubles, and the staff exodus

Choice and Dignity: Sex workers rally against the criminalization of their industry

Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act criminalizes sex work industry, sex workers say