Garage days Graffiti artist Pascal Paquette takes his.

Garage days

Graffiti artist Pascal Paquette takes his street art stylings indoors for an exhibit at Huntclub Studio on College. The show, Garage Days, wraps up Monday (April 14).


Having a ball

The citywide Ball Hockey Tournament at the Better Living Centre on Saturday, April 5. The only decent hockey in town these days.

Photo by Cheol Joon Baek



Tommy Thompson Park Pavilions by Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc. is among the finalists in the running for this year’s Ontario Association of Architects People’s Choice Award. Cast your vote by April 15 at

Photo: Ontario Association of Architects


24 hours of Ford

Rob Ford and a city made of garbage cans at a spring cleanup announcement at City Hall Friday, April 4. Twenty-four hours later Ford was spotted half in the bag at the Leaf’s game at the Air Canada Centre, where he reportedly became belligerent when he wasn’t allowed into a private function in the Directors’ Lounge. He later ditched his company for the night, Councillor Frank Di Giorgio, for some fun at Muzik nightclub. And the beat goes on.


Food truckin’

34-3 Council vote Thursday, April 3, to relax rules that allowed food trucks only at special events and a few spots downtown.

24-13 Council vote to prohibit food trucks from setting up within 50 metres of eating establishments.

What Licensing and Standards Committee chair Cesar Palacio said:

“At the end, common sense prevailed.”

What Councillor Josh Colle said:

“There’s an embedded institution at City Hall where we want to over-regulate.”

Photo by Ben Spurr


Sounding Off

Scarborough-Agincourt councillor Mike Del Grande muses aloud about whether the city’s employment equity policy is discouraging white, able-bodied males from applying for jobs at City Hall. Call it affirmative distraction.

Photo by Ben Spurr

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