Every weekday’s end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss.
- Yesterday, we noted that TTC CEO Andy Byford wants to get red of the commission’s eggplant-coloured uniform jackets because he thinks they’re outmoded. Today, the Post‘s Steve Murray suggests some alternatives. Sure, tuxedos and top hats for every TTC employee would be expensive, but are we a world-class city or not?
- To avoid running afoul of the courts, the media can’t reveal the identity of the 15-year-old male accused of having sexually assaulted or harassed 16 women near Christie Pits. In a double whammy of caution, the CBC has resorted to putting a censor bar over a court sketch.
- It happens sometimes: the police caught an alleged bike thief. When Christopher Mowers was picked up with 12 dodgy bikes in his possession, officers were able to locate rightful owners for five of them. The other seven have yet to be claimed. Are any of them yours?