The big story today is the three dead found on 1he 19th floor of the Delta Chelsea. Police were called in around 4:30 am and discovered the bodies of two men and a woman, all had stab wounds. The floor has been sealed off but the hotel remains open.
A shooting of a Scarborough teenager on Friday has led police to lay more than 100 charges on a dozen people in the surrounding area. The teen who was shot is expected to survive.
Councillors are irked that a long-awaited report on the Gardiner has been delayed again. This time it’s because the city clerk wants to know whether all of council wants the document released or not. Can you say “stall tactic?”
The Feds critique a Toronto agency dealing with the waterfront. No, not the Port Authority. Apparently, the Toronto Waterfront Revitalization Corporation has spent around $10 million on sole-source contracts which violates a condition of receving federal funding.
The city has released its request for proposals for new street furniture. The 20-year contract will see one company or consortium providing benches, transit shelters, garbage cans and other things that hopefully will liven up our streets, and hopefully not with advertising.
A late start cuts off the Flaming Lips after only four songs. Despite that terrible gaffe the rest of V-Fest seemed to go ok.
Beer Stores will now start taking empties bought at the LCBO.
Finally, a man walking in a wooded area in Scarborough bumps into 6,000 marijuana plants worth over $6 million.