Murders Most Foul, One Tight-Lipped AG, Toronto’s Chinese Community Gets Thumbs Up
There were four shootings this weekend including a fatal one near Don Mills and Eglinton. Police say they’re also encountering resistance from witnesses and victims which is making their investigation much harder.
A young woman was stabbed to death near Dundas and Spadina. A suspect then drove off to the Bloor Viaduct and threatened to kill himself.
Finally a body was fished out of the water near Queens Quay and York St. Police don’t think there were suspicious circumstances.
Kids, moms and Councillor Janet Davis held a craft-in to ask Stephen Harper not to cut daycare funding. We actually wonder why he is cutting daycare funding. After all, if he eats babies wouldn’t putting them in daycares make them easier to get a hold of?
The TTC is nickel and diming high school students by raising the fee for photo IDs from $3.25 to $4.25.
Ontario’s Attorney General Michael Bryant has won the Code of Silence award from the Canadian Association of Journalists. The award is given out to the most tight-lipped government body. Journalists point out that Ontario’s Ministry of the Attorney General charge high fees for documents. They start at $32 per document including a $2/page copying fee!
A resourceful teenager was able to negotiate with his muggers. Instead of losing his phone he lost cash and his TTC tickets.
Finally, the Sun profiles Toronto’s huge Chinese community. Front and centre is Dr. Joseph Wong who started a senior’s home near Chinatown for the growing numbers of Chinese elderly.