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It's Wednesday, which means you'll keep asking people "What day is it again?" all day long, then quietly die inside when they say it's not Thursday. In the news: residents of the recently raided North Etobicoke complex allege that they were traumatized by police, the woman who supposedly threw a drink at the mayor has a trial date, Rob Ford really likes astrology, and Parkdale's restaurant/bar cap bylaw is moving on forward.
Welcome to June! In the news: Ford will likely skip Pride again, the OLG pays out to track owners, soil to be tested for uranium in west Toronto, and the Dufferin Bridge will shut down temporarily.
Nominated for: using her position to reinforce divisions.
Nominated for: staying professional, even when the mayor couldn't.
Nominated for: forcing the venerable institution to sacrifice local distribution in order to save future productions.
Nominated for: making education accessible, and breaking down barriers.
Nominated for: making Toronto more angry, more congested, and less safe.
Nominated for: causing bodily harm to civilians below, and leaving those above without panels in their balconies.
Nominated for: bringing customer-focused change to the TTC.
Nominated for: giving our history new life.
Nominated for: preserving and renewing where each are needed.
That time Toronto police shut down professional matchmaker Nelle Brooke Stull.
In his new book of photographs,
Rivers Forgotten, Jeremy Kai reveals the underworld of Toronto's long-buried rivers and water systems.
Nominated for: not caring when caring is most important.
Nominated for: perpetuating an attitude that, quite literally, kills.
Nominated for: loving Toronto, and telling us all the reasons why we should, too.
Nominated for: making it easier to be a cyclist in the city.
Nominated for: determination in the face of sleep deprivation and disrespect.