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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?
In the news: Covenant House campaign aims to prevent sex trafficking, tamperer turns vodka into water, and you should come up to Ferris Bueller's room.
In the news: East Gardiner plans are expensive, Toronto market sells sustainable pies, and a fetus is linked to a December murder-suicide.
In the news: hospital parking prices slashed, swimming accident leaves Toronto student paralyzed, and animals seized during Etobicoke drug raid.
In the news this chilly Monday morning: Goodwill stores across the city have closed down suddenly, a more detailed budget battle will continue this week, and a protest to discourage Torontonians from going big-game hunting in Africa.
Weekend news: the TTC's Spadina subway extension is over budget (again), a first-time councillor and former cop has some problems with the police service, and thousands of child welfare cases could be reviewed due to subpar drug and alcohol testing.
It's finally Friday! Hopefully no beloved celebrities die today, right? In the news: Carl's Jr. has closed up shop abruptly in the city, weed dispensaries are the hot new thing, and parking pads in front of homes are (some hope) decidedly not.
Good morning, all non-billionaires! In the news: Toronto vandal hates Powerball, York U's massive mess-up, and TDSB lice policy is being reviewed.
In the news: student wins mental-health fight, Canada sees first successful hand transplant, and Anthopoulos joins the LA Dodgers.
In the news: manager in 2009 Christmas Eve scaffolding deaths sentenced, Toronto disability advocate passes away, and winter is finally here to stay.
In the news today, a group of not NIMBY activists want less airplane noise in their neighbourhoods, rabies comes to the province, and a storm downs power lines and a bus.
The news today: a Somali-Canadian woman has her security clearance revoked under strange circumstances, the province's tire-recycling group dines out on public money, and Parkdale tenants see justice.
The news today: the Tory administration may be considering selling part of Toronto Hydro, an insurance company wants in on the UberX action, and James Forcillo's trial winds to a close.
In the news: city-wide congestion plan planned unveiled, billion dollar heir expected to plead guilty in charges related to fatal crash, and Animal Services warn dog owners of frisky canids.
In the news: moviegoers pay tribute to Scarborough icon, Toronto YouTube star makes more money than you, and the Toronto Film Critics Association announces $100,000 prize winner.
In the news: an after-hours club sues Toronto Police, a labour dispute is at the heart of proceedings delays, and Toronto is colder than your ex's heart.
Today's news: changes to the TTC, street signs garner the city cash, and missing melons.
We're back, baby! Welcome to the new year, which will feature the same great news roundups. In Toronto today: cab company resolutions, beach grooming, and how Missisauga's new mayor did in 2015.