For Friday, think about the people around you: the precariously employed people making up half the city's workforce, the Serbian Orthodox Church leader asked to step down, and the teachers clashing with provincial government who may soon be legislated back to work.
Happy Little-Friday! Today in the news, a gruesome alleged Uber incident that might tip the local debate in favour of licensed taxicabs, Fiona Crean sets her sights on the province, and a local comedian puts her foot down against sexual harassment onstage.
Congratulations, team, it's already hump day! In the news, Toronto Public Health is on the lookout for Lyme disease on the Islands, city councillors muse about road tolls to pay for the Gardiner, and a look at a pioneering police officer.
We hope you all found a nice BBQ for the long weekend. But now, time for the news: the Church of Scientology owes the City of Toronto money, an MPP calls for a sex-trafficking task force, and the New York Times marvels at Kijiji's Canadian success.
A messy apartment building seemingly caused by an absentee landlord, Legal Aid Ontario funding wrongful conviction cases, and the mayor fully supports the Gardiner: what more do you need on Friday morning?
Thursday arrives! And with it, news of the world: CSIS can't keep up with "state-sponsored" hackers, Parliament Hill may soon be policed by 30 RCMP officers, and striking Ontario teachers in 3 public boards might be acting illegally, according to local school boards.