A New Park, A New Arch and New Buses
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A New Park, A New Arch and New Buses

A North York teenager was stabbed to death over a bus ticket the Star reports.
Christopher Hume celebrates plans for the Don River Park. The park is designed to be usable year round, might include a “fireplace” of some sort, and a necessary berm to protect the nearby area in case the Don floods. Also here’s more on Douglas Coupland’s new park in the Post.
A 10-year old open murder case has been solved in New York. A 17-year old teenager was shot in the back over 10 years ago, his murderer had been living in the US under a series of assumed names. New York police recently caught up with him.
2006_4_21map.jpgEast Chinatown around Broadview will be getting a traditional Chinese arch soon, they’re just $40,000 short. In a nod to the unique history of Chinese Canadians the arch will also contain the image of a railway worker. The arch will be located at Broadview and Gerrard.
We’re getting 150 new hybrid buses. They cost more but guzzle less gas and pump out less CO2. They should be hitting the streets this weekend.
Also Howard Moscoe can’t seem to keep his mouth shut. This time he’s being chastised by the integrity comissioner for leaking info to the media.