Police are still flummoxed by the Tim Horton’s fire on Sunday. The Globe calls the events puzzling and the Star quotes the police reassuring Torontonians that this wasn’t an act of terrorism.
Both use this quote which sadly doesn’t tell us much. “We don’t know whether this was an accidental or deliberate act at this time,” Staff Sergeant Myron Demkiw said.
Harper and Co. are rolling out their agenda today with the throne speech.
The Sun are going to be having a field day with news that some GTA bureaucrats make a truckload of cash.
The CBC reports that our electricity bills might spike in the coming months. Energy Probe points out that part of this is because the province needs to recoup money from last year.
Jacob Richler, writing in the Post, wants the city to crack down on deadbeat cyclists.
Education Minister Gerard Kennedy has to announce his intention to run for the Liberal leadership by tommorow. Why? Because Dalton said so.