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Newsstand: May 4, 2012

3 years agoCanada / Toronto : Torontoist

How're you feeling about the fact that it's Friday? Pretty good? Excited? Numb? All feelings are legit. And here's some news: a suspicious phone call was made from Daniel Dale's cell phone after he dropped it and fled; Daniel Dale is, he says, not a wuss; Mayor Rob Ford's family doesn't want him to resign; Toronto ombudsman calls for a better city services response in an emergency; and Toronto elephants must wait a few months to soak up the California sun.
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