The good news? It is almost the long weekend. The other good news? France has advanced to the knockout stage in the World Cup. Allez, les bleus! In the news: Flooding on the DVP, the challenges of an aging population living with HIV, and Giorgio Mammoliti attacks clothing swaps.
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It's Monday and there is, as always, news to be read: Ontario's privacy commissioner wants Toronto police to stop sharing information about suicide attempts with law enforcement across the country, a TTC driver kept two wheelchair-using passengers on a bus for an hour, and fringe-party candidates want your vote.
Apparently the United States Army has commissioned a real-life Iron Man suit for its Special Operation Forces. It seems doubtful that the soothing sound of Jude Law’s voice will be incorporated into the design. In the news: Toronto is the fourth-best city for economic opportunity, the TTC investigates why a bus was left driverless on Eglinton Avenue, construction on the western portion of Queens Quay is still happening, and some rich Torontonians are looking at buying the Buffalo Bills.
Even when he's in rehab he's still in the news. Rob Ford really has a knack. Sharing the news pages with our illustrious mayor: the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario defends the lack of mandatory inquests into migrant farm workers' deaths, and police are still making money on the side after council tried to stop them.