All It Takes Is A Ferry, “Girlfriend” Suit, Scarborough Weapons Cache Discovered, Is Nuclear Better?
What if suburbanites could commute to downtown Toronto on the H20 highway? TTC chair Adam Giambrone says high-speed ferries could ease road traffic and cut commute times in half. David Miller thinks the idea has merit, but is concerned the $25 million price tag on boats and docking facilities may be too high. The Star is skeptical, but Torontoist rarely turns down a nice boat cruise.
On Tuesday we mentioned that music critics have “pointed out similarities between [Avril] Lavigne’s ‘Girlfriend’ and the track ‘I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend’ by The Rubinoos.” Now The Rubinoos are suing and Avril’s all like, “Boo hoo, I write my own songs, I swear!”
Ontario Power Generation wants you to think nuclear power is clean and efficient, and they’re willing to spend millions of dollars to make sure you don’t change your mind.
Police have discovered a huge cache of weapons and explosives in a storage facility near Kennedy and Steeles.
Yesterday, Ed Mahony paddled across Lake Ontario in a kayak to raise money for a summer camp for autistic children in Hamilton. The 60-kilometre trip took 16 hours. Pffttt, we could have done it in 14.
Photo by Marc Lostracco.