Archive for 'Patrick Metzger'
Ah, Wednesday, it seems we're always running into you here. Today, island airport decision deferred, you may soon be able to buy booze with your breakfast cereal, and free coach house, anyone?
Happy April Fools' Day! Are you the person who plays hilarious practical jokes on your friends, family, and co-workers today? In the news, everybody hates you. Also, mayor mad about expenses again, councillors want ability to be recalled, and famous person not happy with our airport.
It's Saturday—if you've been working for the weekend, you can stop now. News-wise: prosecutors proclaim bewilderment at Lisi's motive, Tory campaign is rolling in dough, and a new report says Toronto is losing its competitive edge.
Welcome to Thursday, gateway to debauchery. In the news: no one wins in the mayoral debate, winter's not over yet, and "hobocops" are no longer targeting distracted drivers.
Today is Wednesday, which is technically the point of no return where it becomes easier to go forward to next weekend than to travel back in time to last weekend. In the news, the executive committee has voted to look into jets on the island, Rob Ford isn't talking, a new contender emerges for Mississauga mayor, and David Miller wants you to think about Earth Hour.
Short answer: not this time, but she could be playing the long game.
Scientists with the Royal Ontario Museum have identified and named a new species of dinosaur.
The federal by-election in Toronto Centre pits two high profile candidates against one another in a race that could set the tone for the next general election.
Meet the NDP candidate for Toronto Centre
Meet the Liberal candidate for Toronto Centre
Friday isn't technically Hump Day, but don't let that stop you. In the news, the Scarborough subway extension becomes even less plausible, Toronto wants to be cool like Austin, and severed cat heads are a problem in Stouffville.
A 19th-century bordello brouhaha led to big changes for Toronto's police force.
Vertical gardens aren't necessarily just for decoration.
A new school in Vietnam brings agriculture into the curriculum.
Juice up your Apple in the Big Apple.
On the night of February 9, 1913, Torontonians were treated to one of the most unusual heavenly events of all time. But what did they really see?
How about putting bikes above traffic, rather than in the middle of it?
Stop hoarding those tokens. Mobile transit ticketing is coming.