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.
Ah, the morning after the first real spring rain of the season! And now time for the news: Rob Ford completes his surgery, Captain John's is scheduled to ship out, and elementary teachers continue their work-to-rule campaign.
Get out to see the Jean-Michel Basquiat exhibit at the AGO if you haven't yet, because after Sunday it's gone. In the news: the challenges facing women released from jail, the importance of coordination between City officials and farmers' markets, and a baby born in Toronto via a new form of IVF.
It's been a big week in Canada: most recently, today marks former teenaged Guantanamo detainee Omar Khadr's first full day of freedom in more than 12 years. Meanwhile in Ontario, teachers' strikes are heating up, a woman is charged with fraud for collecting donations to help her fight an illness she doesn't have, and Dean Blundell is once again enjoying airwave success.
The new Red Door Shelter development and a strategy for drone regulation have both gotten a little nudge forward from our friends at city council, and cherry blossoms are about to reach their cherry blossomiest so take that as a cue to polish up your selfie stick and get cracking.