Today's news: the Toronto Police Services Board kept quiet a report on radically reducing policing costs, gender-affirming surgeries for trans people may now be easier to access in Ontario, and a $100-million power line that may not have been needed at all.
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Apparently, today is National Nacho Day. That one is definitely worth observing. In the news: anti-poverty initiatives, men-only events in Vaughan, and the workplace safety board may be forcing injured workers back on the job.
It's National Donut Day! In the news: suspect wanted in Saturday's chemical attack now in custody, John Tory calls THC resident after eight-day water leak, and private garbage collectors are mixing trash with recyclables.
Happy Halloween! Here is some news: the woman who spoke up about a racist experience at Aritzia is facing online backlash, Kathleen Wynne promises to bring Syrian refugees to Ontario, and homelessness in York Region is growing.
Did you see Torontohenge last night? Great! Neither did we! In the news: Environment Canada issues special weather statement, FOI reveals 61 incidents of cops running red lights, and Prince Edward visits Toronto.
Monday! Here's some news: Scotiabank has left a sizeable hole in Buskerfest's coffers, police want victims to report fraud, and University of Toronto Schools has almost locked down its building for the next five decades.
Now, this is a headline: "Hillary Clinton, helped by yoga, sails through Benghazi hearing." Wow. In the news today: SmartTrack is still a mystery, carding may soon be illegal, and footage of Sammy Yatim's death.
According to the Toronto Zoo, panda mom Er Shun's cubs are a-okay! In the news: poverty reduction strategy takes another step, Toronto Dominion begins staff layoffs, and Canada to pull out of the Islamic State.
Today is a huge day: the conclusion of a long and tiresome federal election campaign *and* Game 3 of the Blue Jays' first playoff run in over 20 years. Take in some news before you head out to enjoy your momentous day. The police budget is set to increase next year, what voters need to know, and threats against Ontario universities are part of online pranking "echo chambers."