The Star leads with a story leaking the fact that the McGuinty government is going to announce that they’ll want to build more nuclear plants now that their plans to scrap the province’s coal plants aren’t going forward anytime soon.
Despite other coal plants staying open the Lakeview Generating Station did come down this morning. City Pulse reports on the dramatic demolition of the plant.
On another environmental matter, York and Durham have given the green light to building an incinerator. Council only need to give their final say and find a location for the new plant.
Former Mike Harris Chief of Staff Guy Giorno writes in the Post that he wants the new City of Toronto Act to be stronger so the city can actually stop lobbyists.
Gary Webster, the interim GM of the TTC, is meeting with union head Bob Kinnear today. We hope this’ll ratchet down the tension between the union and the TTC. Fingers crossed.
A 39-year old woman and her boyfriend were shot by the woman’s estranged husband in a Scarborough motel room yesterday. Both victims were sent to hospital where they are recovering.
Three people were injured after a brawl erupted in Little Portugal after Portugal’s first win yesterday afternoon. The Sun is reporting that bottles were broken and used as weapons.
Earlier this morning, firefighters had to put out a three-car fire near Shuter and Parliament.
Police believe a sexual predator might be attacking women in the Lawrence and Jane area.
Finally, Leaf great Doug Gilmour beats a 73-year old senior in a 5K run for charity. Gilmour lost last year.