All of those in favour of skipping out on school/work/responsibilities for the Jays game, say "aye!" In the news: pipe bomb prompts three hour shutdown, Campaign 2000 publishes new report on citywide child poverty rates, and Elections Canada tells voters to vote at the wrong place.
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According to the eBible Fellowship, today is Doomsday! Celebrate by getting day-drunk at the office! In the news: man sentenced in Highway 427 crash gets five years in prison, the forgetful are ticketed and towed in downtown parking blitz, and police announce $50k reward in fatal attack.
Post-Nuit Blanche, there's actually still some Nuit Blanche to see downtown. Check it out if you want. Also in the news: an NDP platform focused on big cities and a private members' bill to make both members of a same-sex couple parents of their children.
Saturday morning! Crisp and lovely. in the news: James Forcillo pleads not guilty in the case of Sammy Yatim's murder, the Gardiner burial project is (probably) dead, and traffic data from GPS providers is helping the city.
There's much to celebrate: the Blue Jays earned their first division title last night for the first time in 22 years! Wooooo! In the news: Officer pleads not guilty to charges in Sammy Yatim shooting, McDonald's Canada to integrate self-serve kiosks, and contest for gastropub is postponed due to legal concerns.
On Wednesdays, we wear pink. In the news: mother of man charged in drunk driving accident sends condolences to son's victims, CAMH opens a new centre dedicated to children and youth, and the Hudson's Bay plans to fire more than 200 head office employees.
Ring in boots and oversized sweaters; it's the first day of Fall! In the news: the City cracks down on street hockey, a Mississauga mosque re-zoning application is approved at council, and Justin Trudeau under fire following gender equality speech.
Much cop-related and politics news this morning. Olivia Chow and Adam Vaughan are anti-Billy Bishop jet expansion, Mark Saunders may be in trouble for attending a Bill Blair event, and reforms to Toronto police.
Take it from us: wait until the weekend to drink. In the news: Canada's most notorious bank robber is arrested by Genevan police, Ahmed Mohamed gets invited to Toronto, and suspects wanted in Central Tech stabbing surrender.
It's hot outside again. Quit playing with our feelings. In the news: Mulcair says something that some people think is controversial, Syrian refugees reach Toronto, and Uber Toronto releases data for its one year anniversary.