Get your quick daily news fix with “5 Things You Need to Know Today,” a new feature that I’ll be posting on Indie88.com after The Morning After. We’ll keep you up to date on the latest local and international stories buzzing today.
1. FINAL FORD FAREWELL
Rob Ford’s 12 year old daughter called her Dad the “Mayor of Heaven” at his funeral yesterday. Ford was only 46 when he died after an eighteen month battle with cancer. He leaves behind two children.
— HuffPost Canada (@HuffPostCanada) March 31, 2016
2. COLD WEATHER COMING
A polar vortex will make it feel like February in Toronto next week. Temperatures start to drop Saturday with a chance of snow Sunday and Monday. Expect wind chill factors in the -5 to -10 range.
— CityNews Toronto (@CityNews) March 31, 2016
3. BIZARRE TTC INCIDENTS
There were a couple bizarre incidents on the TTC yesterday. A woman’s hair was set on fire by another passenger on the Queensway bus. The suspect was later arrested. On the Finch bus, a passenger was assaulted with perfume.
— Don Peat (@reporterdonpeat) March 31, 2016
4. NO CANADA IN PLAYOFFS
Despite a win last night, the Sens were eliminated from playoffs. It’s the first time since 1970 that ALL 7 Canadians teams are out of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
BREAKING: Every Canadian NHL team has officially been eliminated from the Stanley Cup Playoffs. pic.twitter.com/LH1zMlmI3G
— Tim and Sid (@timandsid) March 31, 2016
5. SNAPCHAT UPDATE
Now you can do more than just barf rainbows on Snapchat. The update includes includes a new and improved chat feature good for audio and video calls, along with lots of new stickers.
— julie (@julizhen) March 30, 2016
— Hanjipan (@hanjipandesigns) March 29, 2016