Toronto’s overwhelming reception of Al Gore yesterday prompted David Miller to toughen his stance on climate change. Mayor Miller promised an aggressive change in policy on pollution, transit and construction, which will be formally proposed in late March.
The Ontario government may have come up with a way around the new U.S.-Canada passport rules. A new super-secure driver’s license is in talks, which would feature “laser engraving, holograms, currency-like print quality and other security measures invisible to the naked eye”.
It’s official. Ontario’s Municipal Affairs and Housing Minister John Gerretsen isn’t giving David Miller any help with the Queen West Triangle condo project.
Stephen Harper made some inappropriate remarks about Mississauga-Brampton South MP Navdeep Bains’ father-in-law, who was interviewed by the RCMP in connection to the Air India bombing. Liberals were outraged, and mass booing ensued.
Prince Harry is being deployed to Iraq this spring. Hello Magazine will follow.
Google to Microsoft: “Suck on this, bitches!” Google is releasing a paid version of their web-based applications, a.k.a. Google Apps, just as Microsoft is persuading businesses to upgrade to the latest version of Office. Microsoft Office is notoriously sucky, and Google’s new software includes e-mail, word processing, spreadsheets and calendar management. I wonder which one I’ll choose…
Photo courtesy of 2.8.