Soooo...read anything interesting last night? In the news: serious allegations against the mayor, you can still buy booze this weekend, the OLG fires its chair, Catholic school trustees are looking to ban GSAs, and home sales are down in the GTA.
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You didn't have a nightmare; the Leafs really did give up that lead last night. In the news: TTC's CEO says Toronto needs to pony up for transit, TDSB is launching a second Afrocentric program, Chris Hadfield is back from space, and the Leafs can get ready to golf now.
There was a frost alert last night. A frost alert! In May! We're indignant. In the news: watch out if you're crossing one of these top-10 unsafe intersections, Chris Hadfield heads back to earth, 20K run the Sporting LIfe 10K, and the Leafs take a must-win game at home.
Friday! What else is there to say about that? In the news: Wynne won't set a deadline for auto insurance cuts, a Hamilton-area man remains missing, there are a lot of rich people in Toronto, and the Leafs had better win tonight.
The sun keeps shining! What is this awesome weather we are having? Could it be...spring? In the news: Ford gets shirty with councillors who support a debate on transit funding, McGuinty is set to testify about cancelling power plants, Porter could be on the hook for a report on airport expansion, and an OCAD student has a proposal to prevent bike theft.
Friday is even more pleasant when the sun is out. In the news: defibrillators could be better placed to save lives in Toronto, the fight over David Dunlap Observatory ends peacefully, one Toronto councillor wants a passing rule for cars and bikes, and Ontario has a new budget.
Where'd our sunshine go? In the news: Scarborough councillors want Ford's support for a subway, the city ponders what to do about Bixi, Toronto may force restaurants to post calorie counts, and the Royal Canadian Mint is looking into electronic money.
Hope you enjoyed the lovely weekend weather! In the news: low-income high-school students still suffer from streaming, the Leafs have their first-round match-up, changes to the foreign-worker program are coming, and police issue an alert.
Friday, I'm in love...especially this week. Oy. In the news: A Ford ally flip flops on transit funding sources, the zoo and its union reach an agreement, Toronto police will consider putting armed cops at the island airport, Leafs fans can't win even when the team does make the playoffs, and progress for City trustee Irene Atkinson.
Supposed to have another nice day! In Toronto this counts as patio weather. In the news: police are looking for two bank robbers, the mayor's executive committee will talk transit funding, Queers Against Israeli Apartheid is up for debate (again), and fewer and fewer kids are getting music classes at school.