The Ontario Medical Association calls for health warning labels on junk food as well as higher taxes and restrictions on advertising to children.
CEO Andy Byford pushes the Downtown Relief Line onto the TTC's list of priorities, thereby burying for good any dreams the mayor was still entertaining about a subway on Sheppard. Adam Giambrone's story on page 20.
Jamaica 50 celebrations
Jamaica PM Portia Simpson Miller visits Ottawa to mark the island nation's 50th anniversary - and PM Stephen Harper does his part to distance the Jamaican community from this summer's gun violence in Toronto, for a change.
Another low-rise condo development proposed for the Beach - this one a six-storey number on the northeast corner of Queen and Woodbine - and more screams of "There goes the 'hood" from locals.
For the first time since 84, the Washington-based Public Citizen reports, the words "climate change" show up in none of the three U.S. presidential debates.
The plot thickens on the drunk driving charge laid against the Davenport councillor last week with news Wednesday that she was cavorting with casino lobbyists at the Thompson Hotel in the hours before getting pinched by police.