The province's deputy chief coroner for inquests announces inquiries into the police shooting deaths of Reyal Jardine-Douglas, Sylvia Klibingaitis and Michael Eligon.
Cat scratch fever
Toronto Animal Services marks World Cat Day with a two-for-the-price-of-one adoption package. As of Tuesday, August 14, with one day left in the promo, 102 cats had been adopted - 40 more than last year.
Toronto Community Housing
Palms weren't greased and no favours were offered, contrary to Sun allegations, in the sale of Regent Park condo units to former TCH officials. So says an independent investigation by former Ontario Superior Court chief justice Patrick LeSage. More on this story at nowtoronto.com.
Toronto Star Media Group suspends publication of culture mag Sway, citing weak advertising sales.
GFL, the private company hired to pick up garbage west of Yonge to the Humber, spins on the fly after a disastrous first week on the job, claiming the deadline for pickup is 6 pm, when it is in fact 5.
The minority Ontario Libs set dates for key by-elections in Kitchener and Vaughan, with mixed polling numbers and controversy over the issue of booze in corner stores (the Grits are opposed) staring them in the face.