A man was stabbed to death in North York at a party celebrating Ghana’s victory over the USA at the World Cup. Apparently gang colours may have been a trigger for the tragic attack.
A memorial to the victims of the Air India bombing has started construction in a Toronto park.
Bombardier defends itself against its rivals and their claims that they can build the TTC’s subway cars cheaper. Siemens acknowledges that its estimates might not be entirely accurate because it doesn’t have the TTC’s specs but wants an open tender.
Royson James goes over the recent misadventures of Howard Moscoe.
Police are worried that drivers will try to copycat the Fast and The Furious 3. The film was apparently 1st in the GTA last weekend, elsewhere in the continent the film only ranked 3rd. Which also makes us worry about the taste of Toronto moviegoers.
A four-day sweep of johns in Parkdale nabbed some interesting suspects including a 75-year old man, 12 cabbies and a persistent guy who got nabbed twice in five minutes.
Dennis Mills has publicly stated he’s not running for mayor. He’s apparently happy at Magna Entertainment.
Prominent NDPers are abandoning Helen Kennedy for Adam Vaughan in Trinity-Spadina.
The mayor and the police play cricket. We wonder whether the City Hall team has any ringers?