In the news: there's going to be an announcement today about something that will make the TTC riding experience better for us, its customers! That glimmer of hope comes amidst some damning information about Bombardier's ability to meet its commitments with regard to the TTC's new streetcar fleet. Also: did you know students actually like getting report cards? They do.
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The Gardiner debate is over and it looks like Mayor Tory's so-called hybrid option of maintaining the expressway is in the cards for our future. That, plus a little tow truck drama and poutine restaurant expansion, round off your Friday morning news.
It's Thursday, and we've finally endured our first melodramatic summer storm. Good job, us! Today in the news we have a court challenge against the Toronto Police, a fatal hit-and-run and, of course, more on that wacky storm.
Happy, uh, second day of June? If you look out your window instead of going outside, you'll actually believe it to be true. In the news today: the Gardiner has an online fan club, police find the car believed to have been involved in a Bloorcourt hit and run, and more in the Toronto vs. Uber story.
In the news: People aren't buying Pan Am Games tickets at a terribly enthusiastic rate (to say the least), and a petition to prevent the rapper Action Bronson from playing Yonge and Dundas Square during NxNE might actually have worked. But it also might not have. Plus, Captain John's seafood restaurant boat is floating off to where all good boats end up as they round the circle of boatlife...the scrap yard.
In the news today: raccoons are slowly taking over and IT'S ALL YOUR FAULT. (Just kidding... Or are we?) Meanwhile, cyclists can stop wringing their hands in shame over their aversion to making a complete stop at residential stop signs because, as it turns out, leading cycling advocates think it's kinda silly that they're expected to. Oh, and some movie shut down Yonge Street last night. (Will Smith was not involved.)