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This morning's news involves police being terrible in many, many ways: the RCMP wants to compel two men to stay in the country despite not having charged them with anything; police need to stop killing people with mental illness; and police should maybe also not write themselves up for disciplinary purposes, while Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie wants to take the city out of Peel Region.
Happy weekend! Here's some news: the inquest into Andrew Loku's death was initiated in direct response to Black Lives Matter Toronto (remember that next time your dad says protesting doesn't accomplish anything), one man's quest to get back the money he made rain, City Council is cool on Uber, and PETA isn't happy that the Bowmanville Zoo owner won't be charged criminally.
In the news this morning: the only officer to be charged after the G20 protests thinks a one-year demotion is too much, columnists have bad ideas, rent is still going up, and Postmedia might make some money.
This snowy morning's headlines: ranked ballots may be coming to Ontario, Kathleen Wynne promises to meet with the other party leaders about political fundraising, a dramatic shift is underway for Mississauga's transit system, and The Weeknd takes the Junos by storm.
The news this morning: OSAP is overpaying students and the repayments are taking some of them out of their programs, having Rob Ford lie in repose at City Hall cost the City nearly $20,000, Black Lives Matter held a protest outside the premier's house, and it calls for the release of the name of the officer who killed Andrew Loku.
Good morning one and all. In the news today: a Toronto resident and Canadian citizen was held in the Rexdale immigration detention centre for over a month, 10,000 households in the province are still without power after last week's ice storm, Rob Ford's body is in City Hall, and what to do about the Gardiner.
In the news this weekend: protesters delivered a lawsuit to Toronto police, activists and police are upset with new carding regulations, and former TDSB chair Donna Quan took home nearly $600,000 last year.