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Newsstand: September 18, 2013

If you're feeling punchy this morning, it's probably because you didn't get enough sleep last night. What are you going to do about it? Probably nothing. And in the news: city council may vote on allowing jets at the island airport before any hard evidence comes out; Police Chief Bill Blair's time is up to present a report on the shooting of Sammy Yatim—but one probably won't be available for another month; the elephants are, at long last, moving to Florida California to retire in peace; and Councillor Josh Matlow proposes that we get free, city-wide Wi-Fi.


Newsstand: September 11, 2013

Ditch those fall fashions again today, 'cause it's another scorcher out there. In the news: Metrolinx's chair puts out a public letter defending a shortened Scarborough subway line, outlook not good for the Sam the Record Man sign, the City's freedom of information department is relying on the honour system with regard to the mayor's request backlog, and the St. Clair streetcar line turns one hundred (and she's still got it).


Newsstand: September 9, 2013

See any celebs in town this weekend? Apparently, there's some kind of big event going on. In the news: two Toronto-based papers will defend their reporting on the brothers Ford, a Mississauga real estate agent has angered teachers and a local school board, an inquest into a disturbing child-abuse death begins, a local neighbourhood keeps Narconon out, and the creator of the Sam's sign isn't impressed with Ryerson.


Newsstand: June 26, 2012

Good morning, and welcome to the first day of the rest of your lives! Just kidding, that's a horrible thing to say. In the news: Former Ontario Progressive Conservative leader John Tory might take another stab at the Toronto mayoral race; the Ontario government will announce today its plans for revitalizing Ontario Place; Mayor Rob Ford's director of logistics and operations David Price supposedly used to call the mayor's radio show on the reg'; and central Toronto and Mississauga-Halton area folks like to drink a bunch.


Newsstand: June 19, 2013

It's Wednesday, which means you'll keep asking people "What day is it again?" all day long, then quietly die inside when they say it's not Thursday. In the news: residents of the recently raided North Etobicoke complex allege that they were traumatized by police, the woman who supposedly threw a drink at the mayor has a trial date, Rob Ford really likes astrology, and Parkdale's restaurant/bar cap bylaw is moving on forward.

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