The fight for morning mimosas in the brunch capital of Toronto. Brooklyn Tavern owner Cindy Wilkes vented about how you can legally smoke a joint at 10:15 a.m. but not drink in her restaurant. Councillor Paula Fletcher thinks it could be fixed:

Yorkville looks likely to get Toronto’s first legal weed depot. The address that used to house “medical” dispensary MMJ Canada, at 20 Cumberland, has one of Ontario’s first three public notices proposing bricks-and-mortar pot shops. The Yorkville spot would operate under the name Ameri.

Justin Trudeau can write his own attack ads. Now that the furore over the fake Heritage Minute has died down, the Conservatives have returned to standard shitposting procedure: waiting for the PM to say something meme-worthy in Question Period.

The provincial NDP forgot to delete lines on a document—which let Doug Ford know the source of a leak. Leaving the URL at the bottom of the draft version of a bill to overhaul the health care system led to the presumed leaker getting fired. Health minister Christine Elliott denied Andrea Horwath’s claim that it was a prelude to plenty of privatization.

An emoji to crush someone’s head with is right around the corner. The signature recurring bit from the Kids in the Hall will be honoured with a Unicode character, even if it’s officially defined as a pinch:

Brave New Waves turns 35 without any airtime. The overnight show on “CBC Stereo” has been the subject of nostalgia since its cancellation in 2007. But here’s one host with an anniversary reflection:

Torontoist lives on as a side of Daily Hive. After almost 10 dormant months, the name now belongs to a publisher based in Vancouver. Torontoist was previously published by St. Joseph Media, a name you might recognize from the small print of 12:36.

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