Every weekday’s end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss.
- The Liberal Party of Canada is apparently having some trouble filling seats at a “leadership showcase” scheduled to take place at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre this weekend, where all six leadership candidates are supposed to be speaking. And no wonder: general admission tickets are $150. Maybe people would be more receptive to $25 tickets for just Justin Trudeau?
- A Toronto company called Matterform is trying to perfect the consumer-grade 3D scanner (yes, this would be for use with your 3D printer), and it has raised a ton of money on Indiegogo. Don’t blow it, guys.
- The CBC filed a freedom-of-information request for Mayor Rob Ford’s parking records and found that his average day at City Hall appears to last about four hours. That’s if he drives in at all.