People queue up for a chance at a condo. The condos at One Bloor Street East range from $300K to $2 million, so remember, kids: lines aren’t just for poor people and the Nintendo Wii any more!
Loonie breaks a buck ten American. It’s funny because last week when Torontoist mentioned the loonie-rising story, economists were all “well it’ll probably hit a dollar-ten eventually” and it seems “eventually” was “less than a week.” Speaking of rising prices, incidentally, oil went to $98 a barrel this morning.
Dalton McGuinty rejects the idea of a provincial sales tax increase to mirror the GST reduction. McGuinty pointed out that he was a big supporter of David Miller’s campaign to get the federal government to give Toronto money, though.
“Spider Girl” surgery successful. After a 24-hour operation, Lakshmi, an Indian girl born with four arms and four legs, now only has two of each and can live a normal life. Well, except for when the Green Goblin attacks her.
And the Raps got smacked by the Bucks but hard.
Photo by Alfred Ng from the Torontoist Flickr pool.