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.
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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.
Are you ready for a heavy dose of Saturday news? Best to get it over with before you enjoy your day. The Catholic Children's Aid Society is embroiled in a strange legal battle with an angry father, the riding of Eglinton-Lawrence is one to watch, and mental health services in Peel are a work in progress.
Happy Friday! We've made it to the weekend, finally. In the news today: a man was arrested after impersonating a monk and aggressively soliciting donations, and people in the city have feelings about Uber.
Caffeine makes you sweat more, so consider laying off the coffee until it cools down. In today's news: an adorable library book vandal, HOV lanes are going away, and the TPS looks into the "clown gun."
It's a scorcher again, everyone. Hunker down in front of a fan, and don't let anyone give you that "at least it's not winter" business: complaining about the heat doesn't disqualify you from complaining about the cold when it comes. News today: the research on ward restructuring is underway, there are no statistics on black men being killed by Toronto police, and some are arguing the province should pay for certain air ambulance rides.
The birds are chirping and it's a beautiful day to read the news! Speaking of news and birds, the Blue Jays are now division leaders. In other news (sans birds): a massive reptile rescue hits a Toronto home, and an Uber crackdown is under way.
You might want an umbrella again today, but don't worry about the weather. In the news: it's time to plan for a meteor shower, Syrian-Canadians worry about a proposed new law, and a misogynist blogger visits Toronto.
With an extra-innings homer by Jose Bautista, the Jays beat the Yankees to extend their winning streak. Let's hope the rest of the weekend is this great. In the news: the Parapan Games begins, Leslie Street finally re-opens, and a thorough look at the late Jeffrey Lyons.