Every weekday’s end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss.
- If you happened to pick up a print copy of the Toronto Star today, you may have noticed that reporters’ names were missing from their usual places at the top of every article. This wasn’t a glitch. In fact, it was an organized act of protest by Star journalists in response to news that the paper’s management hopes to outsource some production jobs to a contractor.
- And here, courtesy of the Globe‘s Steve Ladurantaye, is the memo from the Star‘s union that got the byline strike started.
- Nicholas Hoare, a 42-year-old Front Street bookstore that’s closing down this spring, has spent all day tweeting excerpts from its collection of tourist guest books, which visitors were encouraged to sign over the years.