More bike infrastructure
Plans for a bike station and shower at City Hall for cyclists get the go-ahead despite Councillor Doug Ford's claims there'll be "hanky-panky." All of sudden we're back to disparaging cracks about gays and bike-riding pinkos.
Guitar-playing Canuck astronaut Chris Hadfield falls back to Earth a space hero - and Twitter god - after a six-month odyssey on the International Space Station. NOW's John Semley, however, is not convinced. Read Space Commodity at nowtoronto.com.
Fair Trade Canada names Toronto a Fair Trade City. We like them bananas. Councillor Mike Layton marks the occasion with a flag-raising ceremony at City Hall.
After flirting with respectability, the Leafs are the laughing stock of the hockey world all over again, this time for the inexcusable - being on the wrong end of the most colossal third-period collapse in recent playoff history, losing in game 7 to the Boston Bruins. Ugly.
Paul Godfrey, the mastermind behind the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation's "modernization" - and the plan to saddle Toronto with a white-elephant casino - may have run out of chips to play in his ongoing game with the province. According to a report in the Globe, he's on his way out. It was only a matter of time.
We're past the tipping point, folks. The planet's average carbon monoxide reading surpassed 400 parts per million last week, according to a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reading taken at a research facility on a volcano in Hawaii.