National Post]

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The Breakfast Hub: the Bank of Toronto, drug testing at the TTC, Michael Bryant’s new book


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How to help the city’s financial woes? Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam and scholar Stephen James Kerr suggest starting a City-run Bank of Toronto.
[National Post]

The TTC considers introducing random drug and alcohol testing for its employees.
[Toronto Sun]

Former Ontario Attorney General Michael Bryant is penning a book about the events surrounding the death of cyclist Darcy Sheppard.
[National Post]

New immigrants are apparently less supportive of immigration than other Canadians. Irony much?
[Toronto Star]

Turns out the hourglass has a little bit of sand left in it as Toronto libraries get a reprieve from cutting hours and services for at least one month.
[Globe and Mail]

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