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.
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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.
In the news today, a former mayor is tentatively cancer-free, while a current mayor can see people "embracing" in the shiny new "Toronto sign," and parents and school officials are still fighting over sex ed.
Today in the news, the current police chief doesn't want his officers using body cameras to record informal interactions, parking rates might be going up on a street near you, and CAMH has the highest number of patients go missing of all Toronto hospitals.
While a controversial opinion among Torontoist staffers, this particular writer is happy to welcome fall and the attending glorious days of sweaters and falling leaves. Sweet, sweet pants weather. In the news today, the TCHC is trying to make life better for its residents, a Toronto Olympic bid has even fewer fans than before, and a controversial police unit may be on the way out.
It's officially sweater weather. In the news: Toronto moves to regulate Uber services, a bomb scare prompts hours of travel delays, and a celebrated high school teacher loses his job over racist tweets.
TGIHump Day. In the news: an archaeological dig at a market uncovers more markets, a man accused of stabbing his former coworkers has been found not criminally responsible, and the Archbishop of Toronto announces a campaign to help refugees.
It might be one day closer to the weekend but it's also one day closer to the new school year. Hurrah! In the news: Parents continue to protest Wynne's new sex-ed curriculum, two charged in fatal Garden Restaurant shooting, and the English Catholic teachers union reaches a tentative deal with the province.
Don't let anyone tell you fall is around the corner, because it totally feels like summer. In the news: the carding consultation garners criticism, Toronto's potential Olympic bid is "extraordinarily secretive" and the CNE closes down an hour early because of "large groups of youth."
News today for you: a sex-ed ad blitz timed with the beginning of school, education workers without contracts vote to escalate job actions, and what it's like to live in a TCHC home that desperately needs repairing.
Weekend news coming at you! A couple of end-of-summer street festivals, a strong opiate was stolen and may be reaching the streets soon, former PC leadership candidate Christine Elliott stepped down, and demands to end carding continue.
It's almost school! The seasons come and go, don't they? In the news: the Catholic school board is building a new school, Toronto South Detention Centre is facing another problem, and former school board chair Chris Spence is under fire for professional misconduct.