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Canadians agree Uber can work "under the right circumstances," UP Express needs to lowers its fares, and surprise, surprise, most of our police force lives in the burbs.
In the news: top cardiologist faces disciplinary hearing, city councillors denounce UberX, the Raptors open a new decked-out-as-heck training facility, and 24/7 Jordan pop-up hits Toronto.
In the news: Porter denies looking for a buyer, Leafs captain traded to the Senators in nine-player deal, and the Toronto Stock Exchange falls two per cent as prices of oil continue to plummet.
In the news: school boards aim to enrol Syrian refugees, Toronto police crack down on permit misusers, and Goodwill declares bankruptcy.
Jail trouble, taxi strikes, and Union Pearson Express ridership woes: your Monday morning news.
In the news this morning, the city manager has thoughts on the next few budgets; businesses try to make themselves more accessible; and UP Express ridership is below what had been hoped for.
The news this fine pre-weekend morning is all about city politics and cats. John Tory and city council disagree on how sweet a deal telecoms should get, the city will begin removing abandoned bikes, the Eglinton Crosstown LRT is proving a headache to nearby residents, and Gulliver the cat made a heroic journey to Calgary.
In the news: misogynist meet-up cancelled due to safety concerns, PATH stabbing suspect charge upgraded to first-degree murder, and Toronto's temperatures reach a new high.
In the news: WestJet struggles amidst low loonie, Maple Leafs unveil new logo, and some fancy kicks come to Toronto.
In the news: prominent Toronto pastor charged with sex crimes, Corus Entertainment launches new live music initiative, and police call for an end to rooftop photography.
Welcome to February! Here's some morning news with the new month: Kathleen Wynne may or may not have received (but probably did) a ceremonial robe at a prominent Sikh temple in India, a man changes his name to get into politics, and one of the city's foremost (alleged) mob bosses is dead.
The news this fine Saturday morning: recommendations to improve the police force are slow to be fully implemented, a portion of a review on Ken Zucker was falsified but the controversial gender identity doctor will still not be working at CAMH, and Rob Ford is to be docked $900 pay for an inappropriate newsletter ad
The news this morning: wait times at GTA emergency rooms are bad, the Durham garbage incinerator is open for business, and the train shed at Union is causing problems.
In the news: controversy arises over YorkU "anti-Israel" mural, Toronto-York United Way reaches halfway point of its fundraising goal, and a Toronto drag queen gets a much-deserved award.
In the news: (some) TTC riders get a break, new exhibit details the life and death of Ashley Smith, and Toronto Zoo's panda cubs nominated for cuteness award.
The news this morning: a Tim Hortons owner reaches out to people fired by Goodwill, cancer researchers get good results from a court hearing, and baby pandas are up for an award.
Saturday morning news: the Scarborough subway is in the news again, despite not yet existing; Catholic schools need repairs; and UberTaxi is now a licensed taxi dispatch service in Toronto.
In the news this morning: Goodwill employees will be paid, stimulus funds can be used for repairs, and is Peter Sloly actually "in sync" with Mark Saunders on police reform?