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Happy second day of October. And now, straight to the news: Mayor Rob Ford's occasional driver gets arrested, Toronto worries about proposed changes to part of an Enbridge pipeline running underneath us, it's been 20 years since Bell created the 416/905 divide, and what may be the world's smallest dog lives in the GTA.
If you're feeling punchy this morning, it's probably because you didn't get enough sleep last night. What are you going to do about it? Probably nothing. And in the news: city council may vote on allowing jets at the island airport before any hard evidence comes out; Police Chief Bill Blair's time is up to present a report on the shooting of Sammy Yatim—but one probably won't be available for another month; the elephants are, at long last, moving to
Florida California to retire in peace; and Councillor Josh Matlow proposes that we get free, city-wide Wi-Fi.
Here's the news: Toronto councillors continue to grapple with the province's Scarborough subway plans, Bombardier tests its new "whisper jets," police investigate a sexual assault that happened at TIFF, and the Leafs win a preseason game.