Come Out to Caribana ’67
The story of Toronto's first-ever Caribana Festival.
Let's take a little break from the Brothers Ford and see what else is happening in the city this morning, shall we? Police broke up a fight in Mississauga between Israeli and Palestinian sympathizers, Woodbridge residents love donating to Toronto council candidates, and laneway homes might be one way to ameliorate our housing crisis.
So, you want to know what’s in the news today? This is what’s in the news today: Rob Ford sits down for an awkward chat with CBC News before cancelling interviews with a bunch of other media outlets, Doug Ford redefines racism, and Jim Wilson is the interim leader of the Progressive Conservatives.
Welcome to your Canada Day hangover! Coffee, Advil and headlines, stat! In the news: A mixed bag of cheers and heckles for Rob Ford on Canada Day, neighbourhood polluters cause 120 deaths every year according to a new public health report, and the mysterious—but also kind of awesome—Toronto woman behind the $2-million donation to the Toronto Zoo.