Archive for ‘May, 2012’
Let's all hope this Thursday is the one that finally brings those gum drop showers we've been hearing so much about. But even if we don't get that, we'll always have news, like: a bid for big retail in Kensington Market area is turned down, the push for Expo 2025 heats up, the spat between Metrolinx and the TTC goes on, and the tallest condo tower in all the land doesn't get support from its local councillor.
Some mornings are Wednesdays, other mornings aren't. Today is. Also, here's some news: the gravy is flowing a little lighter in 2012 as the City is expected to end the year with a budget surplus; the gravy is likely not flowing at all at the Ford family dinner table as the mayor's diet is back on; the TTC raises red flags about Metrolinx's timelines; Caesars eyes Toronto's proposed casino; Markham has joined the big leagues; and the TTC gets serious about finding a criminal.