If you're feeling pretty good about the fact that you don't have to go to the office for three days, think about how happy a certain elected official must be about that. Hurray for holidays! In the news: More from the Star on how they got a piece of this week's biggest story, Rob Ford's proposed solution to dealing with illegal drug users, the end of Magnetgate, a music video debut, and a big day at Marineland.
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.
Next stop, Thursday! Here's some news to keep you chugging along: TCHC starts naming names to police, a new complaint surfaces against the mayor, the City looks at making intersections better, and the anti-casino set gets a new ally.
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.