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Get ready for a ton of TTC subway closures

Posted by Derek Flack / February 10, 2016

ttc subway closures 2016TTC subway closures are about to become a very common thing in 2016. There's been a bit of a reprieve to start the year, but as was the case in the late fall, scheduled shut downs of both Line 1 and 2 are about to ramp up. In fact, starting in April there will be a closure of some kind seven weeks in a row.

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Toronto taxi strike called off for NBA All-Star weekend

Posted by Amy Grief / February 10, 2016

Toronto taxi strikeToronto taxi drivers won't strike during NBA All-Star weekend after all, announced United Taxi Workers Association head Paul Sekhon at a news conference this afternoon.

Members of the United Taxi Workers Association met with a group of city councillors earlier today, and despite plans to block the Gardiner Expressway and circle the Air Canada Centre on Friday, local cab drivers will instead work to help all of us - locals and visitors alike - travel safely over this very busy weekend.

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Toronto taxi protest may block the Gardiner on Friday

Posted by Amy Grief / February 10, 2016

taxi portest torontoIt's going to be a busy weekend in Toronto with the NBA All-Star festivities and the Auto Show happening in the city's downtown core.

You may have a little trouble getting around, however, because Toronto-area taxi drivers are planning to protest against UberX starting Friday, February 12 during the post-work rush hour.

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Sprawling Dupont Street condo project resurfaces

Posted by Derek Flack / February 9, 2016

840 Dupont condoJust over two years ago, plans for a sprawling condo complex at Dupont and Shaw made waves. The proposed 393 units and 734 parking spaces at the Sobey's grocery store site was cause for concern from neighbourhood residents and city planners.







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Another morning of commuter chaos on the TTC

Posted by Amy Grief / February 9, 2016

ttcLike many Torontonians, I'm still recovering from my morning commute. I knew it was destined to be disastrous after seeing @TTCnotices tweet out: "Trains turning back at Bloor and Lawrence Stns on Line 1 (YU) due to a fire investigation at Davisville Stn. Shuttle buses en route," before 7:30 a.m.

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House of the week: 354B Harbord Street

Posted by Alana Charles / February 9, 2016

354 Harbord Street354B Harbord Street is a three bedroom urban townhouse just east of Ossington. This modern abode in the new Oben Flats is priced at $1.3 million, and brings modern architecture to the west side of the Harbord.

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