Every weekday’s end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss.
- This morning, some concerned Toronto residents launched No Casino Toronto. The City of Toronto has until the spring to let the province know whether we will welcome a casino warmly or would rather the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation put it elsewhere.
- We mentioned this yesterday morning, but given City Hall’s slow embrace of both technology and direct communication, it bears repeating: the new chief planner, Jen Keesmaat, has started a blog.
- Grid staff writer (and former Torontoist editor) David Topping looks into Canadian Hindu Advocacy, whose activities range from “organizing dog-walking protests in front of mosques, fighting against letting Muslim students pray at public schools, opposing TTC ads that praise Allah, and announcing plans to screen Innocence of Muslims in Canada.” The “group,” it turns out, is largely the work of one very unhappy man.