Almost half of all Toronto-area residents are foreign-born. This is the first little tidbit released from the 2006 census, which the government is doling out as if it were a movie trailer or something. (Will Smith versus zombies: probably more entertaining.)
Bank of Canada lowers interest rates. A weakened loonie will allow Canada’s manufacturing sector to compete more efficiently in international markets, by which we mostly mean the United States.
Conservative insiders will meet tonight to launch a campaign to dump John Tory as leader. The campaign is tentatively named “The Push To Further Remove Our Party From Relevance In Ontario.”
George Bush says that despite a report saying that Iran does not have nuclear weapons and cannot make a nuclear weapon before 2015, they are still a danger and military action must be considered. In other news: water wet, Pope Catholic, Lance Bass gay.
Finally, Pinball Clemons leaves coaching to become the CEO for the Toronto Argonauts. The Toronto Argonauts are a football team who play in Toronto against other Canadian teams.
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