Every weekday’s end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss.
- Remember when Chris Spence, the disgraced former Toronto District School Board education director, said he’d enroll in a Ryerson journalism ethics course in order to make amends for the serial plagiarism that eventually led to his resignation? Apparently he never shared his plan with Ryerson. Instructors at the university told the Ryerson Eyeopener that Spence isn’t eligible for the course, and that it wouldn’t have done him any good, anyway.
- We know that some members of the public are intrigued by the idea of a casino somewhere in Toronto, but, as John Lorinc points out, there are some things we still don’t know. Like, for instance, how much money would a casino actually generate for the City?
- Did Sue-Ann Levy ask Rob Ford’s campaign manager, Nick Kouvalis, for a sperm donation? Kouvalis seems to think so, at any rate.