Every weekday’s end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss.
- Today’s Globe does an excellent job of exposing the borderline-criminal underbelly of Toronto’s towing industry.
- The end of November is typically the time of year with the highest concentration of pedestrian injuries on Toronto’s streets, and Global has the data to prove it.
- Now that Rogers has bought control of NHL hockey broadcasting in Canada (including Hockey Night in Canada), Don Cherry is wondering the same thing as the rest of us: Does he still have a job?
- Speaking of sports, it appears that TFC is getting Drake to help it headhunt new players. The Raptors announced a similar arrangement with Drake a couple of months ago. Thank you, Drake, for doing your utmost to cancel out the influence of this town’s other celebrity ambassador.
- We now know who’s going to be inheriting the Newstalk 1010 time slot that used to belong to Mayor Rob Ford’s weekly radio show: it’s former Ford Chief of Staff Mark Towhey, whom the mayor fired as a result of, um, creative differences?