Will Munro's artistic vision
It still has power. The Art Gallery of York University's posthumous show Will Munro: History, Glamour, Magic is named exhibition of the year by the Ontario Association of Art Galleries.
Casa Loma revisioning
St. Paul's councillors Joe Mihevc and Josh Matlow float a plan to convert the early 19th-century castle, our very own Camelot, into a museum of Toronto. Like it.
Police union politics
A highly controversial figure when he took the post, Toronto police association president Mike McCormack has easily won re-election (by acclamation, no less) after three years of relative calm between police brass and the rank and file. Looking forward to the cage match with Rob Ford over his police hiring freeze plans.
Globe and Mail
Margaret Wente, the national newspaper's ultra-conservative columnist, is disciplined for plagiarism and then dropped from CBC Radio's Q media panel indefinitely. Can a leave of absence from the Globe be far behind? Full story at nowtoronto.com.
The HarperCons block Trinity-Spadina NDP MP Olivia Chow's National Transit Strategy Bill despite its enjoying broad support from opposition parties in the House as well as municipalities across the country.
In a breakfast speech to the Board of Trade, OLG kingpin Paul Godfrey resorts to threats to sell his desperate plan for a casino on Toronto's waterfront. Read the dirty details.