Morning Throwback: the Don Valley, circa 1910 (Image: Toronto Archives)
Residents of Etobicoke and parts of Scarborough may enjoy fall a bit more than people in other areas of the city this year. Despite rampant budget cuts, leaf collection in those areas has managed to escape the axe.
With a number of diehard protesters remaining, Toronto police moved in on Occupy Toronto protestors in St. James Park early Wednesday morning. The teardown and cleanup is expected to take all day.
The City of Toronto is getting into the condo business as an investor for the 75-storey tower proposed at 10 York Street.
While branch closures and reduced hours are no longer options, job cuts and the elimination of adult literacy programs are now being considered to reduce Toronto’s library budget.
[Globe and Mail]