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Newsstand: February 6, 2015

The Supreme Court of Canada will rule today on doctor-assisted suicide for the terminally ill. It's like the 90s all over again (you know, because they last visited this issue 20 years ago). In the news: a fifth measles case has been confirmed in Toronto, three police officers have been suspended following a sexual assault complaint, an app for Toronto parents in need of a babysitter, Billy Bishop Airport's emergency preparedness is in question, and Toronto-area booze deserts: are you in one?


Newsstand: February 5, 2015

With the release of Harper Lee’s sequel to To Kill a Mockingbird planned for July, how long do you think it will take for Hollywood to buy the rights and turn it into Oscar bait? In the news: A Leaside hockey league warns coaches against contact with players, the TDSB proposes selling four elementary schools, John Tory is embarrassed by homelessness, and Karen Stintz joins a talk-radio show.


Newsstand: February 3, 2015

The TTC leprechaun was reportedly arrested at Pape Station yesterday when he refused to remove his bike from a bus after being informed by the driver that it was full and he would be unable to board. Sadly, he was not wearing a derby hat of any kind. In the news: a new pregnancy clinic in Thorncliffe Park, the community benefit agreement of the Eglinton Crosstown, no snow tires for Toronto police or the TTC, and comparing the Union Pearson Express to airport shuttles around the world.


Newsstand: January 23, 2015

As January draws to a close, we have two things to grit our teeth and hold on to until the spring comes: budgets and awards shows. If you happen to like politics and celebrity, this is your time of year. In the news: median incomes in Ontario—and especially Toronto—are falling, Sundance is seeing an influx of Canadian films, John Tory might have trouble passing his first budget, and a science demonstration gone awry leads to four people with injuries.