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Talk.To.Me - Jan 31 -City Worker Strike

City contract negotiations are getting nowhere and a strike or lockout could happen within 3 weeks: I ask Toronto to Talk.To.Me about how this labour dispute will affect you. 9 more words

News & Politics

Talk.To.Me - Dec 27 - Year End 2015

As another year comes to an end I ask Toronto to talk to me about what they remember most about 2015 and their expectations for 2016… 10 more words

News & Politics

Nothing Ever Ends: Changing Toronto and the World

By: Daniel Reynolds

It may surprise you to learn the City of Toronto actually employs an intricate, multi-stage development review process for new building applications. Anyone with land–and financial means–can submit a proposal along with the appropriate drawings, studies and reports to various City departments for review. 1,029 more words

Urban Affairs

A Political Perspective with Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam

Part of an ongoing series profiling women in Toronto politics, community-building, activism, and other aspects of municipal or political life.

By Julia Chew

When Kristyn Wong-Tam chose to run for office in 2009, she surprised herself. 637 more words


The Shared Economy II


Uber, AirBnb, Taskrabbit – all examples of businesses falling under the shared economy. In recent years, a plethora of companies have sprung up where individuals are able to exchange human and physical resources for a monetary benefit. 264 more words


Talk.To.Me - Nov 8 - Dating Apps

Technology has changed how we look for love. I ask Toronto to talk to me about how they are using online dating apps. After all its 2015!

News & Politics

WiTOPoli Weekly: Friday, September 18

 A roundup of some of the latest news in women, Toronto, and/or politics this week. What stories did you read this week? Tell us in the comments. 199 more words

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