Robert Wiszniowski gets 14 years for killing and dismembering his wife, Rose McGroarty, in Parkdale last year. Motive? She caught him smoking crack and threatened to call police.
The TTC started installing security cameras on its 1,500 buses and 250 streetcars yesterday. Howard Moscoe says it’s all part of a response to a “terrorist threat lingering over all transit systems,” but more importantly, they’re expected to deter crime and prevent driver injury.
A woman was maybe abducted from a Richmond Hill apartment building yesterday. Meanwhile a man used a mobile phone and the power of his own hearing to escape a maybe abduction from a vehicle trunk in Mississauga.
Let out that breath you’ve been holding in. We Will Rock You, the futuristic, sci-fi kitsch jukebox musical based on Queen’s greatest hits will open in Toronto next March.
In the real future, but still decades before Canada fulfils its Kyoto promises, Ryerson University will be made less bleak and more visible from Yonge Street.
And finally, it’s a bad week to drink sherry while banking in Ontario, due to a possible cancer risk and a “serious mortgage-fraud plague.”