Hard Knock Life For Ontario Orphans, No Pets In The Air, And Lansdowne's Weight Loss Is Controversial
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Hard Knock Life For Ontario Orphans, No Pets In The Air, And Lansdowne’s Weight Loss Is Controversial

ontie2.jpgStudy finds that Ontario children’s group homes are like jails. Managers of group homes dismissed charges that their homes were Dickensian by pointing out that their children are not highly skilled pickpockets. Yet.
Supreme Court to hear Windsor man’s “fly phobia” case. Waddah Mustapha found a fly in his bottled water in 2001, and claims to have suffered immense mental damage and a phobia of flies as a result. He was awarded over $300,000 in damages but that was overturned on appeal. Possibly, and this is just one opinion, because it was one lousy fly in a bottle of water.
Air Canada no longer accepting pets as checked luggage for domestic flights. However, this is purely a cost concern, and nothing to do with the belief that the pets may be terrorists. (Exception: Afghan hounds may, in fact, be terrorists.)
Waterfront dwellers don’t like Porter Airlines. In other news: fire hot, water wet, Pope still a Catholic bear shitting in woods.
And finally, controversy reigns over narrowing of Lansdowne Avenue. (This is true: none of the major media covering this story have explained why the street is being narrowed to begin with.)
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