If you aren't already sick of Christmas songs, then it's time to get sick of Christmas songs because it's shopping day in the city. Or drinking egg nog inside day. Your call. In the news: underground infrastructure already in place beneath the waterfront, possible shut-down for Bloor West Village fire station, unused money for Gardiner repairs, security boost needed after York U sexual assaults, TDSB in trouble with provincial government, and a panda gender mix-up.
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Welcome to the weekend, groggy eyes. Now go forth in search of waffles. In the news: streetcar driver reinstated, Trump glass mystery solved, Jarvis back to the way it was, committee shuffles, Rob Ford in court, and parking tickets.
Throw those blueberries in the batter and melt us up some butter, it's weekend time. A little news with your pancakes: last hurrah for the Jarvis bike lanes this weekend, Postal Station K sold to private developer, off-leash dogs might be coming to a park near you, police suggest some cuts, Olivia Chow suggests some witness protection, and something smells.
Fly away vile work week, it's the weekend's turn. Step up Saturday, and show us your news: a field trip to the AGO turns tummies, what dogs want from the condo boom, Doug Holyday has a question for council, the mayor has some people over, fake health inspectors, and subway closures.
Last time we checked Saturday meant consuming copious amounts of fried food. Is that still a thing? In the news: politicians have to read about Gardiner report in the paper, Don Jail flooding, another casino lobbyist gears up, suburban residents speak out against condo development, and no hockey.
Let your down your pillow-fort guard and allow Monday in. It might be cool. And if that's not the case, at least there's always news: new condos for King West, new website to discuss city planning, police investigate two sexual assaults, councillor tries to turn down the airplane noise, and happy birthday garbage.
In the name of toast and all that is brunchy, the week bestowest uponest us the most awesome of days: Saturday. Some news to go along with that leisurely sip of OJ: pumpkin parade marches on, a G20 sentencing, Northlander train service comes to a end, city staffers say they're bullied, councillor wants mayor to apologize at council, and meet the worst guy ever.
Don't be a hero, and take that Saturday nap. After some news: Police chief says more officers helped keep crime down, free money in Yonge-Dundas Square, premiers join the mayor's trade mission, and road closures.
When the truth is found to be Friday and all the joy within you rises, don't you want some news to love? You're gonna find some news to love: stolen bicycle restored to rightful owner, police chief assures Danzig residents the bad guys will be caught, TTC union makes a slick PR video, and new recycling rules.
Ah, Thursday: the gateway to the weekend. The day when it's okay to have an extra pint, because heck, it's Thursday. In the news: taxpayers' group calls out Rob Ford on football business, TTC fare hike probably on the way, new traffic lights to protect cyclists, another Bloor-Christie assault reported, the courtroom switcheroo prisoner is caught, and DoFo promises big things for this weekend's RoFo and DoFo radio show.
If you're low-key, Tuesday, you be low-key. We can't all be Ryan Goslings in this town. In the news: Casa Loma up for grabs, bullet ban put off, executive committee tries again to ban "Israeli Apartheid" from Pride, CUPE president Mark Ferguson will run for reelection after all, and a lead on the Danzig shootings points to known gang.
This Saturday, why not log on to MSN Messenger, for old times' sake. In the news: Rob Ford had a party, improving cycling safety, Proud FM versus condos, contracting out TTC cleaning jobs, and road and subway closures.
Say what you will about Thursday, it knows how to make a mean samosa. In the news: Mayor Ford goes to court, Vaughan goes to the polls, the Toronto Zoo board tries to sever City funding, a torso found in Scarborough, and some royals are paying us a visit.
It's the first day of school and Beyoncé's birthday! This Tuesday is almost too good to be true, eh? In the news: Bloor and Christie rallies against sexual assaults, Labour Day parade marches on, fire at a TCHC building, Big Brothers Big Sisters needs your help, preparing for the mayor's hearing, and an iguana.
It's Saturday and it's September, which is special and super. In the news: Dalton McGuinty promises more wage freezes for public employees, Executive Committee to discuss Port Lands plan, more sexual assaults reported, Krista Ford gets chewed out, and police officers charged with assault.