It's Wednesday, which means you'll keep asking people "What day is it again?" all day long, then quietly die inside when they say it's not Thursday. In the news: residents of the recently raided North Etobicoke complex allege that they were traumatized by police, the woman who supposedly threw a drink at the mayor has a trial date, Rob Ford really likes astrology, and Parkdale's restaurant/bar cap bylaw is moving on forward.
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Where'd the sun go, guys? In the news: police release more info on Project Traveller, the mayor is still making up his mind about security, university students are bummed out, the measles have hit Burlington, and the Jays rack up another win.
Can you believe it's already the middle of June? We really cannot. In the news: it apparently took a flying frostee to convince the mayor to hire security, a Bay Street lawyer helped the government turf the gas plants, and the MMVAs were exactly what you would expect them to be.
Saturday! Saturday! Sat-ur-day! Bring out your inner Elton John and sing along! If that's not your bag, maybe some news? Today: Two of the men in the notorious Mayor Ford photo among those charged in Thursday's gang sweep, Mayor Ford talks about "trust," Mississauga Mayor Hazel McCallion not guilty of conflict of interest, Pixels for Pistols deadline extended, and private garbage collection may be resulting in fewer complaints.
Friday! And just when the week was starting to get interesting. In the news: Toronto homebuyers are paying a lot of government fees, it's decision day for Hazel McCallion in court, your weekend travel plans are saved, and Dalton McGuinty gets a sizeable sendoff.
It’s NXNE! In the news: Ford wants to have a garage sale, Woodbine puts down a horse, McGuinty puts down his seat in the legislature, council moves closer to ranked ballots and votes for permanent residents, and Pickering is getting an airport.
This weather makes us feel like we took a time warp back to March. We don't like it. In the news: Ford shuffles his executive, the mayor gets a legal victory, casino consultants are expensive, and fake turf remains controversial.
We miss summer, guys. Why so dreary this morning? In the news: the city's first dedicated bike lanes open, two city councillors ask for angel cradles, a key McGuinty staffer's emails were among those deleted, and what if I want to wear my booty shorts to work?
Isn't June grand? Who doesn't love that crisp, autumn air? Today: Mayor Ford’s former campaign manager said to be pushing the mayor to enter rehab, more on the Ford-Basso relationship, charges have been laid in last year's Radiohead stage collapse, sick day perks for police, and another weekend subway closure.
We're missing that sunshine from earlier this week. Could use some of Monday's weather for this weekend! In the news: a female resident of the house tied to the Rob Ford scandal has a past drug conviction, Chief Bill Blair gave his police forces a videotaped earful, Ombudsperson Crean says the TCHC has a history of "callous" actions, and the University of Toronto is redesigning a historic building that currently sits empty.
Welcome to the first day of the rest of your week. In the news: reporters identify the house where the mayor's photo with Anthony Smith was taken, Build Toronto loses part of its board, a new development in the Tim Bosma murder case, and Toronto police name their officer of the year.
Hey, where'd our summer weather go?! In the news: Ford hires new staff, Flaherty chats with the mayor, Torontonians are split on the alleged Ford video, Byford gets a transit surprise, a Star reporters is arrested at Union Station, the Liberals are considering new fees, and cops are looking for help investigating a death.
Do you like weekends? Do you like news? Then you've come to the right place. Nicely done. Today: the end of another drama-filled week at City Hall, the likelihood of Gawker purchasing the alleged crack-smoking video may be even lower, a rally calling for the mayor to resign, getting to know David Price, an update on the Darwin the Monkey trail, and a warning about Sunday road closures.
TGIF, as always. In the news: the premier says she'll step into City affairs if necessary, the mayor denies ordering the deletion of official records, the Feds aren't okay with an HST increase for transit funding, Ontarians aren't okay with an HST increase either, and an ORNGE crash kills four.
Oh Thursday, you sneaky bugger. Here's some news: another day, another powerful set of allegations against the mayor, a new break in the Anthony Smith shooting, the transit tax advocacy work starts at the Legislature, and councillors want to re-open the casino debate.
Well, this weather seems appropriate for hump day, huh? In the news: the Sun unknowingly passed on the much-discussed Rob Ford video, the mayor is no fan of Metrolinx taxes, Air Canada has been bumping you from flights and ripping you off, the DVP is flooded, and a local arts philanthropist passes away.