Just when you thought your morning commute couldn't get any worse: talks between GO Transit bus drivers and Metrolinx are slowly moving forward. How fitting.
[CTV]

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The Breakfast Hub: transit talks slowly move forward, Hudak and McGuinty could be related, City Hall braces for another marathon meeting and more


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Just when you thought your morning commute couldn't get any worse: talks between GO Transit bus drivers and Metrolinx are slowly moving forward. How fitting.
[CTV]

According to a CTV reporter, it is possible that Tim Hudak and Dalton McGuinty could share the same ancestry. And you thought you had embarrassing relatives.
[@blissblogs]

Indie music fans rejoice! The Polaris Music Prize for best Canadian album will be announced tonight, pitting heavyweights like Arcade Fire against newbie's like Austra.
[CBC]

That's a wrap! Arab films dominate as TIFF comes to a close. A film based in Lebanon, called Where do we go now?, has taken TIFF's fan choice award. The comedy, about a group of women who are tired of their men fighting over religion, devise clever schemes to avert conflict. Set to hit the screen in Lebanon, here’s hoping it gets picked up for international distribution.
[Maclean’s, Guardian]

City Hall could be in for another record-setting meeting today, with more than 300 deputants registered to speak on proposed cuts ranging from less frequent snow removal to selling off the Toronto Centre for the Arts. Perhaps the city should consider an endorsement deal with Red Bull as a way to generate additional income.
[Toronto Sun]

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