Three men have been apprehended this morning for the most un-brie-levable crime: a cheese heist. The men stole a tractor trailer “loaded” with cheese near Hwy 7 and Vaughn Valley Blvd. around 1:40 a.m. this morning. They eventually crashed the truck and took off on foot; police approached one suspect in another car, and two attempting to hail a taxi. The truck contained 30,000 to 36,000 pounds cheese. The motives the thieves, and their connection with the dairy market, is still unknown.
Earlier in the day I had eagerly rounded up a group of friends to visit the booth for obligatory Instagram shots; we traded Snapchats of our turtleneck-clad selves back and forth in eager anticipation. Yet, it was not to be. In order to file a story by the end of the day I had to visit the booth earlier than originally planned. Still, I wasn’t worried. Turtleneck squad or no, what could be more fun than a group of strangers dad-dancing in happy harmony?
Arriving at the ACC I follow the unmistakable Drake-beats, and round a corner to find myself confronted with the booth in question. At this point, three truths presented themselves with terrible clarity:
1. There are a couple dozen people milling about in the area, observing the booth.
2. No one is in the line for the booth.
3. This is going to be deeply, truly awkward.
Print by Fei Lu. Limited edition, signed and numbered print will be going up at Supper With Syria’s silent auction. (Image via Facebook.)
With the Canadian government extending their end-of-year deadline to resettle 25,000 Syrian refugees, Torontonians are taking matters into their own hands.
All across the city, individuals, institutions, and community organizations are coming together to raise money and donate clothing. Although Toronto city council passed a motion last month to allocate $600,000 for resettlement services for Syrian refugees, individual Torontonians have taken it upon themselves to sponsor families in need.
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