Every weekday’s end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss.
- The Globe and Mail has announced that it won’t be publishing a paper on Labour Day, “due to a lack of advertising revenue for this issue, which is needed to cover the costs of formatting, printing, and delivery of the paper.” So, preventing one day’s losses is worth breaking an obligation to subscribers? Things must be worse than we thought.
- The Star, meanwhile, has figured out the address of the most-complained-about apartment building in Toronto.
- And hey, now that there’s no more cronut burger, why not try making yourself a crookie? It’s safe, we promise.