The city of Toronto’s tallest skyscrapers is crumbling

The city’s tallest building, the tallest building in the world, is falling apart, and it is not clear when it will be rebuilt.

As the collapse continues, Toronto’s city hall and mayor have been meeting with the private sector and city officials to figure out how to best deal with the problems.

The city, which has had the most skyscrapes in the U.S., has been plagued by a string of high-profile disasters.

At least four of the five Toronto buildings that have collapsed since 2014 have been caused by an earthquake, and at least two of those collapsed due to fire.

The last building to fall due to a fire was the Toronto-Dominion Bank Building in the early 2000s.

It took three firefighters four hours to bring the structure back from the brink.

Toronto has been struggling to get out of a financial hole for years, and the city has been spending more money on rebuilding.

But city officials are now concerned that the problem may be getting worse.

City council approved a $1.6 billion citywide infrastructure program in July that would spend $300 million to $500 million a year on public works projects.

The project will be funded by a mix of private and public money.

But with more than $3 billion in construction projects and $3.6 million in federal and provincial money set aside for the city, the city may be faced with an impossible task to fill the gap in funding.

In a statement, Mayor Rob Ford said the city’s efforts to fix the city hall complex and the Toronto Tower will “receive support from our partners in the private and private sector.”

The City of Toronto says it has a “significant infrastructure backlog” and has not been able to address some key challenges, such as the “unprecedented number of high rise buildings in the city.”

The city has also had a difficult time getting the necessary permits for the project.

The tower was built in the late 1960s.

In 2005, the Canadian International Development Agency said the project was a “potentially major contributor” to Toronto’s housing crisis.

In an emailed statement, the agency said the government’s recent decision to approve $500-million for the construction of a subway extension in the centre of the city “reflects the significant investment in the subway system by the City of Canada.”

It said the transit authority “recognizes that the building must be restored to its former state.”

The building will be “rebuilt at the same cost, and in the same manner, as the original design.”

It will be completed by the end of 2019.

“The City is committed to its core responsibility to rebuild the tower in a safe and appropriate manner, and to address the many challenges that have been identified,” the statement said.

“However, the City is not able to complete the project before the completion date set by the federal government.”

It added: “The new building must include a fully functional elevator, and will be constructed to the exact specifications set out in the project agreement.”