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When you focus on what really matters—service—much of the difference actually disappears.
“People lined up overnight to buy a unit,” recalls Marco Filice about the first condo building that went on sale a decade ago at Thornhill City Centre.
Stretching from Oakville to Ajax and north to Newmarket, metropolitan Toronto has surpassed a significant milestone, but is struggling to pull together as a region.
One of Toronto’s most stubborn myths is the notion that the suburbs never get any rapid transit.
Canada is an urban country. Though the national mythology speaks of canoes and ancient forests, the daily reality for most Canadians is defined by SUVs and traffic jams.
Work on rail line - between Agincourt and Milliken GO stations - expected to start in the spring
Metrolinx is tendering the first phase of construction to expand the Stouffville track, a key piece of plans for all-day service — and of Mayor John Tory's SmartTrack plan.
Council voted to put something underground on Tuesday — a request for information. Councillors opted to bury Councillor Josh Matlow’s push for more information about the Scarborough subway extension rather than inch closer to restarting the debate over the transit project . .
Toronto’s transit picture became clearer Tuesday as city council approved spending an additional $1.65-million on a feasibility study for Mayor John Tory’s SmartTrack rail plan, while voting down an attempt to reopen the Scarborough subway debate. .