You can play for Toronto FC next year. They are holding open tryouts at the end of December as long as you’re willing to pony up $115. And if you don’t make it, you also get a T-shirt and two free tickets to a game in their first season.
“I’m sorry,” apologized Jim Flaherty with nice, cheap words yesterday. He was apologizing to the Canadians who collectively lost $25 billion when he announced the surprise new income trust tax.
Software billionaire Bill Gates and Saudi Prince al-Waleed bin Talal are going to buy 90% of the Four Seasons hotel chain, which has its headquarters in Toronto. Isadore Sharp still retains 10% ownership and will still manage the company.
Everyone’s thinking about voting today. Americans vote in the mid-term elections. In case there was any doubt, the main issues in voter’s minds going into the booths are “Iraq, Iraq, Iraq.” Meanwhile, in Toronto, voters attended the The Election Party that was held yesterday at Revival on College Street.
Want something to do after you vote this year? Something that will contribute to the common good? Toronto Public Health has announced that flu shots will be available on November 13th.