The G20 arrestee is cleared of all charges of possessing explosives and counselling mischief. Watch video of Sonne's post-verdict press scrum here.
The alley east of Yonge and south of Yonge-Dundas Square is nominated for a revamp as part of the 8-80 Cities Make A Place For People project.
Starting in the fall, the provincial transit agency will offer refunds to riders whose trains are more than 15 minutes late - not counting delays due to emergencies, of course.
The HarperCons throw their weight behind a private member's bill that would give police the power to arrest protesters hiding their identity during "unlawful protests." Civil libertarians say such a law could be misused by police to break up peaceful protests where costumes, masks or face paint are used.
Twenty months after the previous executive committee agreed to study a ranked ballot system for municipal elections, a report has still to come before council. The good news: a request for a report by Councillor Paul Ainslie may soon see the light of day.
Gord Perks drops an F-bomb during council's debate on whether to allow the Sportsmen's Show back to the Ex and gets shot down by the Sun for his "anti-gun hysterics" - despite a city-wide ban on guns. Council then votes 39-5 to reaffirm its support for the firearms registry killed by the feds.