Every weekday’s end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not to miss.
- There was a time, before University Avenue was all about office buildings and hospitals, when the street was flanked by rows of glorious chestnut trees. While we are grateful to have cutting-edge medical facilities close at hand, it would certainly also be nice to be able to stroll down a grand, tree-lined, Charles Dickens–approved avenue.
- Are you planning to observe Earth Hour, which kicks off at 8:30 p.m. this coming Saturday? If not, perhaps messages from Canadian luminaries like William Shatner and Chris Hadfield will change your mind.
- Look out, Ford Nation. You have a new challenger. No, not one of the other candidates for mayor—something called “No Ford Nation,” which bills itself as a campaign and runs a slick website that features some Rob Ford fact-checking, some animated Rob Ford videos, and a couple of images you can use on your Facebook page (and presumably on any magnets you might make).
- And finally, here’s someone elegantly and effectively photo-bombing Doug Ford.