Don Peat, Calgary Sun

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Past articles by Don:

Rob Ford takes to Twitter to answer questions

Rob Ford has become the latest local politician to adopt a more freewheelin’ Twitter style. → Read More

Toronto Zoo updates status of giant panda cubs

They grow up so fast. → Read More

City has 'capacity' for refugees, staff say

Toronto is ready for an influx of Syrian refugees, city staff assured councillors Wednesday. → Read More

City urged to seek new court injunction against Uber

The taxi industry isn’t giving up its fight to slam the brakes on Uber. → Read More

Yonge-Dundas Square's ban of Christian concert wrong: Tory

Mayor John Tory thinks rejecting a Christian group's request to have a concert in Yonge-Dundas Square is → Read More

Budget committee OKs garbage, water rate hikes

The budget committee signed off Tuesday on a 3% garbage rate hike and an 8% water rate hike for 2016. → Read More

Councillors ripped for being late for committee meeting

It was time for some tough talk about tardiness. → Read More

TTC fares going up

TTC fares will be going up in the new year for some riders. → Read More

Clown honoured for bravery

Doo Doo the Clown got a hero’s welcome at Toronto City Hall on Monday. → Read More

Sinkhole keeps stretch of Yonge off limits

A sinkhole is keeping a section of Yonge St. closed until further notice. → Read More

Rob Ford to start second round of chemo

Rob Ford will be back in hospital again this week for another round of chemotherapy. → Read More

Heavy security the cost of safety in Israel

The unflinching eye contact is strange at first. → Read More

TTC needs to license its image for revenue: Colle

Show me the money. → Read More

Likely TTC cash fare hike won't solve budget woes

The TTC is on track to hike cash fares on Monday. → Read More

Two women in hijabs assaulted on TTC

Two Muslim women riding the TTC on Wednesday night were called “terrorists” and pushed before a bystander stopped the train to get help. → Read More

Options (and prices) for T.O.'s Canada party

How much should Toronto spend celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday? → Read More

Tory scores high approval rating in poll

Maybe bland really does work. → Read More

$25M donation to bring life to Gardiner Expressway's underside

A stretch underneath the Gardiner Expressway will be transformed thanks to a $25-million private donation. → Read More

City eyes two options for Grenadier Pond skating

Two options for the City of Toronto to allow skating on Grenadier Pond will glide into the parks committee next week. → Read More

Beck urges cabbies not to strike over Uber

Beck Taxi is urging its drivers not to strike despite growing frustration over UberX operating in the city. → Read More