Antonella Artuso, Toronto Sun

Antonella Artuso

Toronto Sun


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Past articles by Antonella:

TIMBER: Osgoode Hall trees can get the axe, court rules

Metrolinx has won the legal right to chop down Osgood Hall trees to make way for an Ontario Line station. → Read More

BETTER GREEN THAN GRIT: Mike Schreiner will not cross floor to Liberals

Ontario Green Party Leader Mike Schreiner says he won't cross floor to join Liberals. → Read More

New Toronto mayor to inherit controversial powers

There's pressure on the Ford government to reconsider the strong mayor powers it bestowed on the municipal leaders of Toronto and Ottawa. → Read More

Where were we? Ontario legislature gets back to work Tuesday

Ontario's legislature resumes Tuesday with opposition MPPs ready to hammer the Doug Ford government over plans for health care and housing. → Read More

John Tory resigns as mayor, still hopes to contribute to city

John Tory has left city hall. The now former mayor describes it as the best job anyone could have. → Read More

Toronto deputy mayor pledges smooth transition, says she won't run to replace Tory

Toronto Deputy Mayor Jennifer McKelvie promising a smooth transition when she takes over from Mayor John Tory, but won't run in mayor's race → Read More

John Tory tenders resignation as Toronto residents will pay more after 2023 budget passes

Toronto Mayor John Tory has submitted his official letter of resignation effective Friday at 5 p.m. → Read More

Mayor John Tory stepping down after admitted affair with former staffer

Toronto Mayor John Tory has stepped down after acknowledging an inappropriate relationship with someone who worked in his office. → Read More

Beverage container recycling fee a 'pop can tax,' CTF says

The Doug Ford government is accused of hiding a new "pop can tax, allowing private companies to charge a beverage container recycling fee. → Read More

Free credit monitoring for staff after TTC hack

Current and former TTC staff offered three years of free credit monitoring after an unauthorized party accessed their personal information. → Read More

Toronto extends vacant home tax deadline, over 10% of property owners non-compliant

Over 94,000 residential property owners have yet to declare their home occupied to avoid paying thousands in the new Vacant Home Tax. → Read More

Ontario premier expects to ink health care deal with feds

The Ontario government expects to be able to reach an agreement with the Justin Trudeau government to secure new health-care funding → Read More

Ford promising to plant many trees as Metrolinx brings down the axe

Premier Doug Ford is promising many more trees will be planted to replace those axed to make way for the new Ontario Line. → Read More

City to take second look at renaming Dundas St.?

Some Toronto Councillors believe the city should revisit the renaming of Dundas St., including one council member who voted in favour of the change. → Read More

Seven new councillors want money spent on root causes of crime

Seven new Toronto councillors have teamed up to jointly demand more funding for programs that address the roots of crime. → Read More

Toronto homeowners face 7% property tax bill hike this year

Toronto homeowners would see a 7% hike in tax bill - a 5.5% property tax hike, a 1.5% city building levy - under proposed operating budget. → Read More

Police board approves $48.4-million hike to this year's cop budget

The Toronto Police Services Board on Monday approved the $48.4 million budget boost, a 4.3% hike. → Read More

TTC board gives fare hike the green light, while cutting service

TTC commissioners approved a 2023 operating budget with 10-cent fare hike and service reductions. → Read More

Ontario's iconic roadmap turns 100

Iconic Ontario roadmap has been guiding residents and tourists since 1923 or 100 years. → Read More

Toronto's mayor finds money for more paramedics, firefighters

Toronto Paramedic Service would be able to add 66 new positions with a $21 million increase provided in the proposed 2023 budget. → Read More