Healing terror wounds
Child soldier Omar Khadr, the last Western detainee at Guantánamo, is finally allowed to serve what's left of his prison term in Canada for his alleged role in the death of a U.S. soldier.
CUPE Local 416 goes after privatized garbage pickup. The union representing city garbage workers reveals it's been actively organizing trash collectors at Green for Life, the private company that won the contract for trash pickup west of Yonge.
A statue of legendary literary theorist Northrop Frye is unveiled at U of T during a conference marking the centenary of his birth.
Woodbine Racetrack lays off 20 of its 38 full-time slot machine attendants. Wait a minute - isn't gambling supposed to create jobs? Over to you, Mr. Godfrey.
Council's mushy middle caves to score points with the mayor, killing Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam's effort to save bike lanes on Jarvis. Read the story at nowtoronto.com. In related news, cyclist Peter Cram, 29, succumbed to injuries sustained in a bike accident September 7. Note to council: we can't take any more deaths.
The Grit brain trust reaches deep into its bag of tricks to resurrect the party's glory days - Justin Trudeau, son of famous former PM Pierre, announces he's running for the leadership to save the country from the HarperCons.