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Weekend Newsstand: July 12, 2014

What will the weekend bring? Another shirtless horde, perhaps? One thing is for certain: by Monday morning, the world will know who won the World Cup. And that's really all that matters, right? In the news: the Fords come out swinging against the Eglinton redevelopment project, ombudsman Fiona Crean may stay on despite her harsh criticism of Ford, and the TDSB is getting—or staying—litigious.

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Newsstand: July 10, 2014

Robin Thicke’s latest album sold an embarrassing 550 copies in Canada in its first week, with the Atlantic calling it “one of the creepiest albums ever made.” So, in short, cheating on your wife and then making a public plea for her to take you back using the majesty of song is probably not a great career direction. In the news: Giorgio Mammoliti will be docked three months' pay, Rob Ford doesn’t participate in a standing ovation for WorldPride organizers, five people scammed the City of Vaughan out of $2.4 million, and DC will let the Jeffrey Baldwin statue use the Superman logo.

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Newsstand: July 8, 2014

Apparently deaths related to opioid painkillers in the province increased by a seriously alarming 250 per cent between 1991 and 2010. It looks like that early-'90s PSA in which the furry blue puppet ran around singing to not put drugs in your mouth didn’t have the intended effect. In the news: Ceta Ramkhalawansingh and James Maloney are the newest kids on the city council block, a former aide to Karen Stintz backs away from supporting the Scarborough subway, a park named after two (out of three) members of Rush, and beer marketing goes bad.

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