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GENEVA – The world now has nearly as many cellphone subscriptions
The UN telecom agency says
there were about 6 billion subscriptions by the end of 2011 – roughly
one for 86 of every 100 people.
In a report today, the International Telecommunication Union
said China alone accounted for 1
billion subscriptions, and India is
expected to hit the 1-billion mark
The Geneva-based agency says
2.3 billion people – or about one in
three of the world’s 7 billion inhabitants – were Internet users by the
end of 2011, but there’s a strong
disparity between rich and developing countries.
ITU says 70% of people who use
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1 fillet salmon, skin on and
bones removed, cut in half
½ cup rye whisky
¼ cup maple syrup
1½ cups coarse sea salt
1½ cups light brown sugar
½ cup fennel fronds, finely
1 small fennel bulb, thinly
½ cup fennel seeds, lightly
Zest of 2 lemons
4 tsp ground black pepper
Baste fish with whisky and maple syrup and store in
refrigerator for an hour. Mix salt, sugar, fennel fronds
and lemon zest in a bowl. Place a piece of plastic wrap
that is three times the width of the salmon fillet on
a work surface. Spread half the cure across plastic
evenly. Place the salmon, skin side down on the
cure. Cover exposed flesh with the rest of the cure,
pressing down firmly. Toss fennel slices, fennel seeds
and pepper in a bowl. Sprinkle evenly across the top
of the fish. Wrap the fish tightly in plastic wrap and
refrigerate for two days. When it’s ready, rinse the fish
with cold water to remove excess salt. Pat salmon dry,
de-skin and slice each side into ¼-inch slices.
Recipe courtesy Tundra Restaurant
and Executive Chef Kevin Prendergast
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POLICE SEEK SUSPECT AFTER MAN SHOT DEAD
Toronto police say a man believed to be in his 20s was shot
dead overnight in the city’s northwest.
Police say the victim was found without vital signs shortly
after midnight on the 11th floor of an apartment building
near Jane Street and Finch Avenue West. They say his back
was wounded. Police are looking for a man described as black,
roughly 6-foot-1, who was last seen wearing a grey hooded
PEANUT BUTTER ITEMS RECALLED ON SALMONELLA FEARS
OTTAWA — The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is warning
the public not to eat some products containing peanut butter
because they may be contaminated with salmonella.
The products under the brand names Harry & David,
Wolferman’s, Fairytale and Justin’s may have been sold across
Canada through Internet sales from the U.S.
The products range from flavoured peanut butter spreads
to gift baskets. The CFIA says there have been no reported
illnesses linked to eating these products.
HARPER VISITS SENEGAL
Prime Minister Stephen Harper greets students as he visits a vocational school today
Paul Chiasson / The Canadian Press
in Dakar, Senegal.
CHINA’S MO YAN WINS
NOBEL FOR LITERATURE
STOCKHOLM, Sweden –
Chinese writer Mo Yan won
the Nobel Prize in literature today, a cause of pride
for a government that had
disowned the only previous Chinese winner of the
award, an exiled critic.
National television broke
into its newscast to announce the prize – exceptional for the tightly scripted
broadcast that usually focuses on the doings of Chinese leaders.
The Swedish Academy,
which selects the winners
of the prestigious award,
praised Mo’s “hallucinatory
realism” saying it “merges
folk tales, history and the
Peter Englund, the academy’s permanent secretary,
said the academy had contacted Mo, 57, before the announcement.
“He said he was overjoyed
and scared,” Englund said.
Among the works high-
lighted by the Nobel judges
were Red Sorghum (1993),
The Garlic Ballads (1995)
and Big Breasts and Wide
“He’s written 11 novels
and let’s say a hundred short
stories,” Englund said. “If
you want to start off to get
a sense of how he is writing and also get a sense of
the moral core in what he is
writing, I would recommend
The Garlic Ballads.”
TOKYO – Toyota executives
were unfazed today by the
overnight recall of 7.43 million vehicles over faulty
power window switches
that can cause fires, calling
it a sign the Japanese company had learned from its
mistakes and was becoming
quicker and more transparent.
They said the models
affected by the biggest
single recall in Toyota Motor Corp.’s 75-year history
were all made before global
quality controls were beefed
up in 2010. The change followed a series of massive
recalls, mostly in the U.S.,
over sticky gas pedals, faulty
floor mats and defective
“We are not proud of recalls. But there is nothing
wrong with recalls per se.
Hiding anything would be
the problem,” said Shigeru
Hayakawa, a senior executive.
“We are dealing with
problems more expediently.”
TOYOTA: RECALL SHOWED QUICK ACTION
STATSCAN: NEW HOUSING INDEX ROSE 0.2% IN AUGUST
OTTAWA — Statistics Canada says its new housing price index
rose 0.2% in August, after a 0.1% increase in July.
The combined metropolitan regions of Toronto and
Oshawa, as well as Calgary, were the top contributors to the
In Toronto and Oshawa, market conditions were the
primary reason for higher prices, while Calgary builders
reported that the main factors were increased material and
labour costs, as well as market conditions.
The largest monthly price advance in August occurred in
the metropolitan region of Quebec City, with prices up 0.6%,
and in London, Ont., which recorded a 0.5% increase.
In both areas the increases were primarily the result of
higher material and labour costs.
Prices declined 0.4% in Victoria and 0.1% in Charlottetown,
while they were unchanged in nine of 21 metropolitan areas
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WOODS BEATS MACILROY, ADVANCES IN WORLD GOLF FINAL
BELEK, Turkey — Tiger Woods beat Rory McIlroy by six strokes
today to advance to the semifinals of the World Golf Final,
turning the first head-to-head match between the world’s top
two players into a one-sided contest.
McIlroy, No. 1 in the world, was eliminated from the
$5.2-million (U.S.) exhibition after slumping to a third
consecutive group match defeat on a day of low scoring at the
Antalya Golf Club.
Woods shot a seven-under 64 for a second straight victory
and was to face Justin Rose in the semifinals.
“It felt good and I really hit it good out there,” said Woods,
who won just a half-point from four matches in the U.S. team’s
loss to Europe in the Ryder Cup last month.
“My game is starting to turn around a bit and I am
beginning to hit it like I did at the start of the year.”
Rose shot a course-record 62 to beat U.S. Open champion
Webb Simpson by five strokes and also stay perfect in the
event, which has a first prize of $1.5 million.
NEWS IN BRIEF
WOMAN DIES AFTER BEAUTY TREATMENT IN HONG KONG
HONG KONG — Hong Kong authorities said one woman has
died and three others have been hospitalized after a beauty
treatment involving blood transfusions.
Hong Kong’s Hospital Authority said a 46-year-old woman
died yesterday of septic shock after receiving the treatment at
a beauty clinic. The treatment is being tested as a method to
fight cancer but in this case it was used for cosmetic purposes.
The case has raised concerns about potentially risky
medical treatments at the city’s numerous clinics offering
procedures that claim to enhance a person’s appearance.
Health Secretary Ko Wing-man promised today to review
regulations governing the clinics and other private medical
facilities. Ko said the review would look at putting private
clinics that carry out “high-risk medical treatments or
procedures under regulatory control.”
TURKEY: SYRIAN PLANE CARRIED MILITARY EQUIPMENT
ISTANBUL, Turkey — Turkish state-run television TRT reported
today that a Syrian passenger plane intercepted by Turkey’s
air force was carrying military communications equipment, as
Damascus branded the incident piracy amid growing tensions
between the two countries.
Yeni Safak, a newspaper close to the Turkish government,
reported there were 10 containers aboard the plane, some
containing radio receivers, antennas and “equipment that are
thought to be missile parts.”
Neither TRT nor the newspaper cited sources for their
reports, and Turkish officials have yet to provide details on
what was aboard the Syrian Air A320 from Moscow that was
forced to land in Ankara yesterday.
MAN PULLED FROM RUBBLE
OF MIAMI GARAGE DIES
MIAMI – A man who was
pulled early today from the
rubble of a collapsed parking garage at Miami Dade
College has died, police said,
bringing the death toll to
three. One person was still
missing, police said.
The man who died this
morning at a Miami trauma
centre had been trapped for
about 13 hours following
the collapse of the five-storey structure that was under construction at the west
Miami-Dade campus, said
Miami-Dade police spokesman Javier Baez.
Miami-Dade Police Lt.
Rosanna Cordero-Stutz said
rescue crews were saddened
to learn that the man pulled
from the rubble had died.
They had spent a good part
of yesterday communicating with him before he was
taken to the hospital early
today. Rescue workers found
that man after
cries amid the
“It’s saddening because
at the end of the day, you
know we are recovering a
deceased person, not a live
person,” she said of the ongoing recovery effort. “But
we have to give closure to
Police identified two of
the men who died as Jose
Calderon and Carlos Hurtado de Mendoza. The man
who died at the trauma centre this morning was not yet
A news conference with
officials from the company
contracted to build the garage was planned for 11 a.m.
Another man was pulled
out alive and brought to
a hospital shortly after
the collapse, Miami-Dade
Griselle Marino said.
A video shot by MiamiDade Fire-Rescue showed
four firefighters pulling him
out from under a steel beam.
He was bloody, and he was
carried away on a stretcher.
At least seven workers
were brought to the hospital with unidentified injuries, while an eighth was
treated on the scene and
There were no students in
the area because the garage
was under construction.
The campus was evacuated
and closed for the rest of the
week. Investigators planned
to pick through the rubble to
see what caused the garage
One worker was still unaccounted for, and authorities expected to find at least
one more body in the rubble,
said Miami-Dade Fire-Rescue Assistant Chief David
Downey said it was highly
unlikely anyone left in the
rubble would still be alive,
and that authorities would
now focus on recovery rather than rescue.
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Jennifer Lopez performs on stage during a concert in
Zurich, Switzerland, yesterday.
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COUSIN OF GOSLING, LAVIGNE
SALT LAKE CITY — Call
it the Canadian dynasty of
teenybopper pop and movie
website Ancestry.com say
they’ve discovered teen idol
Justin Bieber is a distant
cousin of movie star Ryan
Gosling and singer Avril
Lavigne. Their family link
dates back to some of
Quebec’s earliest settlers
400 years ago, the Utahbased company said today.
As if Bieber didn’t have
enough superstar genes,
Ancestry.com also said he’s
a distant relative of singer
“The great thing about
family history is that you
never know what you’re
going to find,” said Michelle
Ercanback, a researcher
with Ancentry.com. “It was a
very pleasant surprise.”
researchers begun tracing
Bieber’s family lineage
about a year ago by paging
through teen-idol magazines
to find biographical tidbits
from the pop star.
What they say they found
was that Bieber and Gosling
are 11th cousins once
removed, and Bieber and
Lavigne are 12th cousins.
relatives Mathurin Roy
and Marguerite Bire, the
researchers said. Both were
born in France in the early
1600s, married in 1637, and
moved to Quebec, where
Roy worked as a master
The genealogists also
said Bieber and Dion are
10th cousins three times
removed because they’re
linked to French couple
Jacques Vezina and Marie
Boisdon, who were born in
the early 1600s. They moved
to Quebec, where they died
Ercanback said she didn’t
know if these celebrity links
are “sufficient to point to
the existence of a superstar
In July, Ancestry.com
found that U.S. President
Barack Obama could be the
descendent of an African
slave, after an examination
of his white mother’s family
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AFFLECK LAUDS CANADIAN HERO AT ‘ARGO’ RECEPTION
WASHINGTON — Ben Affleck lauded Canadian hero Ken
Taylor and the Canada-U.S. relationship yesterday during
a star-studded reception at the Canadian embassy on
Capitol Hill as he promoted his new film, Argo.
Any hard feelings between Taylor, Canada’s one-time
ambassador to Iran, and the creative forces behind Argo
seemed a thing of the past as Affleck spoke of Taylor’s
courage in rescuing six American diplomats during the Iran
hostage crisis in 1979.
“What this movie is about is co-operation,” Affleck said.
He also paid tribute to diplomats like Taylor who routinely
and courageously put their lives on the line to help others.
The Canadian Press
COOPER HELPS LAUNCH ROCK ACADEMY FOR TEENS
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — To all the girls and boys, makin’ all
that noise: Alice Cooper has found you some new toys.
The heavy metal icon was in South Dakota yesterday
helping launch a 557-square metre rock and roll academy
in Sioux Falls that’ll be exclusively open to local Boys &
Girls Club members.
Cooper opened his long-dreamed Rock Teen Center
in Phoenix last week, and he says he wanted to help
his friend Chuck Brennan offer a similar opportunity in
Brennan, who founded Dollar Loan Center, says the
centre will teach students how to sing or play guitar, bass,
keyboards or drums.
LOVE IS A CURSE
From left: Colin Farrell, Sam Rockwell and Christopher Walken in a scene from Seven Psychopaths.
By JESSE SKINNER // toromagazine.com
If you’re going to cast a movie called
Seven Psychopaths, which opens
tomorrow, Christopher Walken and
Sam Rockwell should always make
Both are friendly guys in real
life, but have made their careers
playing mentally unbalanced and/
or violent characters. So, perhaps
understandably, when we sat with
them at TIFF, there was a brief
moment of silence before any of
the journalists worked up the nerve
to ask a question. From there, the
conversation touched on their
eccentric screen personas, their
acting techniques and Walken’s
Q. Sam, Roger Ebert called
you a latter-day Christopher
Walken. Did you take that as a
SAM ROCKWELL: Great quote.
CHRISTOPHER WALKEN: I just
SR: It’s a funny thing. I identify
with Chris in some ways ... but it’s a
CW: Sam and I did this movie, but
about a year before, we did a play
on Broadway, written by (Seven
Martin McDonagh that went very
well. We got to know each other then.
SR: We were both child actors.
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Started very young, so there’s a
similarity there. We’ve both played
bad guys, and some good guys.
People have said that we’re quirky
or eccentric, but a lot of great actors
are – Malkovich, Turturro, Oldman.
When I think of Chris, I think more
of anti-heroes in movies like The
Deer Hunter or The Dead Zone.
Dark, but not so eccentric.
CW: Your movie persona
doesn’t necessarily have to do with
anything. It comes from the parts
you play. I have this theory about
movie actors: whenever you see
them, you’re not just seeing the part
they’re playing now, but everything
they’ve done before comes into the
mix. Sometimes it has nothing to do
with the person. My life is anything
but eccentric. I’ve been married 46
years. I pay all my bills. I live in a
house where the lawn is always cut.
I’m nice to my cat! ... I’ve been acting
since I was five years old. I was
raised by musical-comedy people –
gypsies. Comics. When you’re raised
by those kinds of adults, it’s almost
like you’re a foreigner. You become
strange, the “other.” And that is
seen as menacing or malevolent
in movies. Strange is dangerous. I
always thought I was a foreign actor.
When people do (an impression
of me), I always feel like they’re
making fun of my accent.
SR: Your accent is very particular.
You start with a guy who doesn’t
use punctuation, he’s got the sense
of humour of Jackie Mason, and he
does Shakespeare. Mix all those
together and you get Chris.
Q. How closely do you think
Colin Farrell’s character, Marty,
matches him? Were there more
real-life elements in the movie?
SR: Oh yeah, there’s an
autobiographical element to the
CW: I remember when we did the
play, I got my upstairs neighbours,
where I live in New York, some
tickets. After, I asked them what they
thought, the woman said, “It had so
many layers!” I said to Martin, “My
neighbour said your play has layers,”
and he said, “No it doesn’t! It is what
it is – layers, what are you talking
about?” So in the movie, we’re out
in the desert, and Sam does a big
speech about how he envisions
Marty’s screenplay, and I (added), “I
like it! It’s got layers!” So that was a
rare time when he did (change the
script) based on real-life.
SR: And when your character
says, “I’d make a good pope,” that’s
something you said in rehearsal.
CW: I’ve always thought I’d make
a good pope. I don’t know why
they’ve never asked me.
Q. Chris, you’ve famously said
you’ll take any role you can, but
it seems like you’re drawn to
movies with great monologues.
CW: Certain writers – Martin,
Quentin Tarantino – write great
monologues. But not a lot of
screenwriters try it.
SR: It’s very theatrical. Not a lot of
monologues in film.
Q. Sam, you’ve played both good
guys and bad guys. Where do you
think your characters, Billy and
Hans, fit into that spectrum?
SR: A bit of both, sure. We’re not
bad guys – it’s a comedy!
CW: The violence is kind of Wile
E. Coyote versus Road Runner
violence – cartoon-y.
Q. How did you prepare for
CW: I just learned my lines. That’s
all I ever do. I’ve never known
good actors to talk about character
motivations. Actors all talk about
the same things.
SR: Girls and food ... There is a
technique to acting, but it’s like
talking about architecture.
CW: It’s a bit like playing in
the sand, making stuff up. A good
director is like a lifeguard, sitting in
his high chair watching these crazy
kids. Every once in a while one of
them will, you know, slip or fall out
of bounds. A good director picks
them up and puts them back in.
LAS VEGAS MADE $23M
FROM HARRY SCANDAL
NICKS APOLOGIZES FOR
Stevie Nicks has apologized for
threatening to kill Nicki Minaj.
The Fleetwood Mac singer issued
the shocking unprovoked verbal
attack in response to the rapper’s
recent dust-up with her fellow
American Idol judge, Mariah Carey.
“If I had been Mariah I would have
walked over to Nicki and strangled
her to death right there,” Nicks told
The Daily. “I would have killed her in
front of all those people.”
Nicks told gossip website Just
Jared, “I want to apologize for
my remarks about Nicki Minaj’s
behaviour toward Mariah Carey
which I said during a long and
exhausting day of interviews.
“It was very out of character for
me, and I deeply regret what I said.
“I feel very protective toward
Mariah Carey who has gone through
many difficulties in her life, and I
spoke without thinking. I think all
artists should be respectful toward
one another and that includes me. I
am truly sorry.”
Pictures of Prince Harry’s naked
scandal were seen by 154 million
people, and gave Las Vegas $23
million (U.S.) worth of free publicity.
caused controversy when nude
photographs of him playing strip
pool with a bevy of beauties were
published online in August, but
according to a new report issued
by the Las Vegas Convention and
Visitors Authority, the incident
has given the city a major tourism
boost as the images were seen by an
estimated 154 million people.
LVCVA Board Chairman Tom
Collins told a recent board meeting,
“God bless Prince Harry. He made
us a bunch of money,” according
to gossip site TMZ. The agency is
reportedly unsure of exactly how
much the scandal boosted profits,
but officials say there is no doubt
that the scandal had a positive effect
on their economy.
Prince Harry is currently in
Afghanistan after being deployed for
a four-month stint.
RIHANNA WANTS TO TIE
THE KNOT WITH BROWN
DESCRIBED AS WASTED
Rihanna is reportedly talking about
marrying Chris Brown.
The 24-year-old singer is said
have told friends she wants to
marry the newly single R&B singer,
whom she recently reunited with
after splitting shortly before he
was convicted of assaulting her in
A source close to the songstress
told Star magazine, “No one close
to them would be a bit shocked if
they suddenly eloped. Rihanna has
told her close friends point blank – ‘I
would marry Chris.’
“She even says she would
have never left him if the media
scrutiny didn’t get so bad. They’re
passionate, and when they’re drunk,
they’ve both made many comments
about getting married.”
News that the couple could
be set to exchange vows follows
reports that Brown has given his
ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran a
generous payout following their
split last week.
SOMERVILLE, N.J. — Testimony
continues at the aggravated
manslaughter trial of a Melrose
Place actress accused of killing a
New Jersey woman in a 2010 motor
Jurors yesterday heard from a
woman who followed Amy LocaneBovenizer for over six kilometres
after she said the actress had rearended her minivan in a minor
Maureen Ruckelshaus said the
actress appeared wasted and drove
off before police could be called.
However, the defence tried to
show that Ruckelshaus may have
contributed to the deadly crash
in Somerset County. Ruckelshaus
followed Locane-Bovenizer, flashing
her lights and honking her horn.
Ruckelshaus watched as the LocaneBovenizer’s SUV struck a car pulling
into a driveway, killing the woman.
Locane-Bovenizer appeared on
13 episodes of Melrose Place in the
role of Sandy Louise Harling.
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celebration after defeating Marcos Baghdatis of
Cyprus in their third round match of the
Shanghai Masters tennis tournament at Qizhong
Forest Sports City Tennis Center in Shanghai,
China, today. Tsonga won 6-2, 7-6 (2).
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JOHNSON IN NEED OF TURNAROUND
DIGITAL CONTENT EDITOR,
At what point can the
Tennessee Titans continue to
trot out Chris Johnson?
The once-superstar running
back has become a shell of his
former self since signing a
mega-deal with the Titans last
CJ2K was once considered
the next big running back star
in the NFL, but whether it’s a
lack of effort or lack of holes
generated from his offensive
line, he’s now known as
Johnson has averaged less
than 2.1 yards per carry in four
of his five starts this season,
and has only eclipsed more
than 25 yards in one game.
He’s yet to score a touchdown
and break a run longer than
Generally running backs
decline statistically after they
receive big pay days but we
haven’t seen many drop-offs
like this, outside of Shaun
Alexander in Seattle.
Titans head coach Mike
Munchak was an offensive
lineman during his playing
career and places a high
emphasis on running the
football, something that
makes Johnson’s poor play
even more bamboozling.
Unfortunately, the Titans
don’t have many legitimate
internal options, but you can’t
pay premium dollars for a
running back to average less
than three yards per carry.
The highest-paid player on
the Titans, Johnson receives
a base salary of $8 million
(U.S.) in 2012. He needs to get
back to his level of production
or Tennessee needs to move
in a different direction.
If Johnson doesn’t start to
turn it around against the
Pittsburgh Steelers today, he
could find himself on the
MIKE FARWELL IS THE MORNING SPORTSCASTER ON
RODRIGUEZ NOW A LIGHTNING ROD FOR CONTROVERSY
The big question in New York today is whether or not Alex
Rodriguez should be in the Yankees’ starting lineup tonight
against Baltimore. The question arises after Raul Ibanez hit a
game-tying and then game-winning home run last night while
pinch hitting for Rodriguez. There should be no debate. Lefty Joe
Saunders starts for the Orioles tonight, and that’s simply not a
good matchup for Ibanez. And how can you ignore Rodriguez’s 647
career home runs? You can’t.
WOES IN WASHINGTON
The team with the best regular season record in baseball is on the
brink of elimination. St. Louis has Washington on the ropes, and
the cracks are showing. One player suggested that the Nats would
be up 2-0 in the series if they had Stephen Strasburg. The ace was
famously shut down for the season in September. If the Nationals
get bounced in the first round, cue the questions in Washington.
And deservedly so. @farwell590
RUSSELL MARTIN: THE CANADIAN MAJOR LEAGUER WE DON’T TALK ABOUT
OF BRADY & LANG
TUNE IN TO BRADY & LANG
WEEKDAY MORNINGS 5:30-9 ON
Lots of variables in the mix for
today’s and tonight’s MLB
playoff affairs. But what
hasn’t been documented is
the idea of two key Canadian
starters meeting in the World
Sure, we all know about
Toronto native Joey Votto.
The Reds first baseman is a
superstar in Cincinnati. He
faces a critical game today to
decide whether the Reds
season is done, or whether
they advance to the NLCS.
Though we’ve had
Canadians in the World Series
before, they’ve mostly been in
limited roles.Votto could
change that, but so could East
York native Russell Martin.
Martin has been the
starting catcher of the New
York Yankees for the last two
seasons, and he isn’t
discussed often. He spent his
first five seasons with the L.A.
Dodgers, and maybe without
frequent visits to Rogers
Centre to battle the Jays, he
slipped under the local radar.
Maybe it was going to a
small U.S. college, or that he
doesn’t get a lot of publicity
on a team with C.C. Sabathia,
Derek Jeter and Alex
Rodriguez. Either way, Martin
has played great defence in
this series, chipped in a home
run, and doubled in the third
last night, scoring the
Yankees’ only run until the
Ibanez magic. The Yankees
face a close-out game tonight
at home, and if they winm
they’d get a day off before the
ALCS – if not, they’ll play a
Game 5 tomorrow. @bradyfan590
11.10 . 2012
LOOKING FORWARD TO
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The best burgers in Toronto start with the essentials: a
fresh, quality beef patty and a soft bun. But from there,
the possibilities are endless. Fried eggs, an almost criminal amount of bacon, a smorgasbord of cheeses – these
burger joints go above and beyond the call of duty to
bring you more than just a sad sprig of lettuce and
squirt of ketchup. Just remember to bring your appetite – and a napkin. Here is the list of the best burgers
1 BURGER’S PRIEST
2 HOLY CHUCK BURGERS
3 STOCKYARD’S SMOKEHOUSE
1636 QUEEN ST. E. (+ 1 OTHER LOCATION)
1450 YONGE ST.
699 ST. CLAIR AVE. W.
Burger’s Priest makes what you might call “holy” burgers
at both of its downtown locations. Their double cheeseburger ($7.99) is a thing of simple, straightforward
beauty, with its two patties and two slices of cheese, and
you can also make it a “What’s Right” combo ($14.99)
and add chili cheese fries, a cookie and a drink to the
mix. Then there’s the mystery of the secret menu, which
you’ll be able to view if you “like” the burger spot on
Facebook. It includes The Pope ($12.59), which has two
patties, plus “The Option” – cheese between two deepfried portobello mushrooms – crowded on to one bun.
It’s fitting that Yonge and St. Clair’s Holy Chuck is so
close to the top of this list: their emphasis is on the
highest quality freshly ground beef, and we all know
that’s the foundation of any good burger. Their signature ($9.99) is a double cheeseburger with bacon
and caramelized onions, and comes with a plea not
to add any further fanciness, and there’s the Raging
Bull ($12.99), which sees the addition of homemade
chipotle sauce and hot peppers. You also have the usual
suspects, like fries and pop, but for an added bit of intrigue, try their foie-gras poutine ($25), or any of their
You may love Stockyards for their buttermilk marinated deep-fried chicken or their spectacular barbecue
brisket sandwich, but their griddle smashed burgers
are nothing to scoff at. The classic iteration starts at $7
and comes with pickles, tomatoes and the other regulars, but once you find yourself in their rustic wood
dining room, you should almost definitely splurge on
the Double ($14) – two patties with caramelized onions, arugula and aged cheddar. All sides are $5, and include fresh-cut french fries, coleslaw or sauteed greens.
4 BIG SMOKE BURGER
5 BURGER SHOPPE / BQM
6 DANGEROUS DAN’S
220 YONGE ST. (+ MANY MORE LOCATIONS)
688 QUEEN ST. E. (+ 2 OTHER LOCATIONS)
714 QUEEN ST. E.
Big Smoke Burger has several locations across Toronto
slinging Ontario AAA patties. The prices vary by location, but generally stay within the range outlined below.
You’d be amiss not to give the Crazy Burger (jalapeno
havarti, coleslaw and chipotle mayo, $6.99) a try, and
take advantage of the option to customize any sandwich with lamb, veggie or chicken patties. The sides are
standard, the add-ons include gorgonzola and sautéed
mushrooms, and the old-fashioned shakes come in
three basic flavours, but are a nice way to ease into the
BQM/Burger Shoppe’s patties are a little on the small
side, but the meat is locally sourced and hormonefree, and at BQM locations you can select your cut
(chuck, brisket or sirloin). The Natural, a simple mix
of red onions, pickles and garlic aioli, will run you
$9 for chuck, $11 for brisket and $13 for sirloin, with
small fries costing you another $3. You’ll also find a
trio of blue-cheese-topped sliders, as well as meatless and tofu burgers, and some pub-worthy apps and
Dangerous Dan’s is best suited for true burger enthusiasts. The rugged Riverside exterior and no-nonsense
diner-style innards are a fitting intro to the serious
burgers you can expect. It starts with an eight-ounce
patty ($4.79 for a plain), and goes to a Big Pig (four slices of bacon, peameal, cheddar and mayo, $6.99); or you
can go off-book and top it with feta cheese (95 cents), or
a four-ounce pan-fried lobster tail ($14.95). The sides
range from fries and poutine, to deep-fried pierogies
($4.65 for seven pieces).
7 WOODY’S BURGERS
8 BURGER STOMPER
9 STAMPEDE BISON GRILL
3795 LAKE SHORE BLVD. W.
364 DANFORTH AVE.
5 BROCK AVE.
It’s worth the trip to Etobicoke for Woody’s sevenounce patties made from locally sourced, naturally
raised, hardwood-grilled beef – as well as bison and
turkey. Their beef classic starts at a very reasonable
$5.95, with free condiments – such as grilled peppers or
sautéed mushrooms and onions – and add-ons such as
gorgonzola, pulled pork and fried eggs (all $1). Or you
can spring for tried and true specialties, such as the Tokyo burger ($5.95), which is topped with pickled ginger,
wasabi mayo and sautéed onions.
Burger Stomper is a petite but sleek space on the
Danforth, where the six-ounce patties are ground fresh
daily, and the meat is never frozen AAA Ontario beef.
That’s what you’ll get on their Classic Stomp ($5.75),
with basic toppings of lettuce, tomato and ketchup,
plus cheddar for an extra $1. For more gourmet palates, try their Swiss Mushroom Melt ($7.25), with
mushrooms, swiss cheese and their secret mayo, and
don’t forget a side of double-fried fries ($3.50) or one
of their milkshakes ($4 for a small).
Don’t let the name fool you: bison is nowhere to be
found on Stampede’s menu. The beef patty at this Parkdale fixture ($4.75) is a decent size and comes dressed
with your choice of standard fixings, but you can also
add gourmet toppings such as bacon, avocado, goat
cheese or roasted peppers for a slightly more unusual
taste ($1.25). You can enjoy the burger on their covered
patio, to go, or inside their eclectically decorated space
(complete with framed X-rays).
# # . # #.22012
XXX NIGHT | 11.10.
NUMBERS BEHIND THE NEWS
Trade deficit (Aug.)
102.13¢ U.S. (+0.16 ¢)
For the latest in business news go to financialpost.com
or pick up the National Post each morning for full FP coverage.
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YEAR TO DATE
Profit from sentiment indicators
Investor sentiment can
be a powerful contrarian
indicator of the market’s
future direction, particularly
when bullish or bearish
attitudes become extreme,
but it can lose some of its
predictive powers when
investor views are more
complacent, say analysts.
Two of the more popular
sentiment readings south
of the border are provided
by American Association
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Market Vane Corp.
The weekly AAII Investor
Sentiment Survey measures
the percentage of individual
investors who are bullish,
bearish and neutral about
the stock market for the next
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By DAVID PETT
U.S. consumer sentiment survey
to be released at 9:55 a.m.
Among the investors
polled last week, 33.9% said
they were bullish on the
market, 32.9% were neutral
and 33.2% were bearish.
Longer-term averages, by
comparison, are 39%, 31%
and 30%, respectively.
investors who are neutral
on markets grew by 5.5
points from the previous
week, while bullish and
bearish readings dropped,
suggesting investors are
more complacent about
stocks following the summer
Market Vane’s Bullish
meanwhile, measures the
futures market sentiment
each day by following the
trading recommendations of
leading commodity traders.
High bullish readings are
usually a sign of market tops
while low ones often signal
market bottoms. Last week,
the Market Vane reading
hit 67%, well above its
historical average of 50.90.
Tobias Levkovich, a U.S.
equity strategist at Citigroup
Global Markets, said data
from Market Vane suggests
stock prices might be
looking at a near-term peak,
but most other sentiment
readings, including AAII,
show a different story.
“There are times when
sentiment is a superb
indicator and times when
it is not,” he said. “Thus,
tracking sentiment has its
advantages, but sometimes
it sends a muddled signal as
is the case currently.”
IMPORTS, EXPORTS FALL IN AUGUST: STATSCAN
OTTAWA – Statistics Canada says both imports and exports fell in
August, narrowing the trade deficit with the world to $1.3 billion
from $2.5 billion in July.
The agency says merchandise imports fell 3.1% to $38.8 billion,
with declines in every sector except energy products.
Exports edged down 0.1% in August to $37.5 billion as exports
of industrial goods and materials slipped and exports of energy
products increased after six consecutive monthly declines.
Imports from the United States fell 4.3% to $24.2 billion and
exports rose 1.4% to $27.6 billion, raising the trade surplus with
the U.S. to $3.5 billion from $2 billion in July.
Exports to countries other than the United States fell 3.9% to
$9.8 billion, while imports declined 1% to $14.6 billion.
B.C. ’concerned’ about answers coming out of pipeline hearings
PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. – Final hearings into the proposed
Northern Gateway pipeline project will resume today, but so far,
the province is not impressed.
B.C. Environment Minister Terry Lake issued a statement
after the hearings ended yesterday, saying his government is
“extremely concerned” about the answers it’s getting from
Lake says the responses provided by company experts to
questions from B.C. government lawyers have been incomplete or
lacking in commitment.
He says the first two days of hearings showed Enbridge has not
committed to new technology that could detect very small leaks
or an automatic shut-down mechanism in the case of a possible
leak, opting instead for manual shutdown.
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To My Sista, this Shout Out goes to the Best Sister
that anyone could have! I really appreciate all
that you do and it does not go unnoticed! You
have been through so much, but remember …
“EVERYTHING WILL BE ALRIGHT IN THE END ...
AND IF IT IS NOT ALRIGHT ... THEN IT’S NOT THE
END.” Love always. Keewin
To the beautiful girl with blue pants and gorgeous
eyes: We often see each other on the 5.15 GT
train and usually on the Brampton transit bus.
You sit right in front of me and get off at kennedy
(Yes, you are right! That’s me). Just want to tell
you that you have the prettiest eyes I have ever
seen. And I would love to be friends with you
(but I am too shy). Next time we see each other,
at least we can pass smiles :) @notoriouz.
Sometimes alcohol is the answer. Victor Echo
Beautiful Blue Eyes: I see you some mornings
on platform in Oshawa getting the 5:47 am to
Toronto. You drive a Saturn, wear a ball cap and
carry a white hard hat. We exchange a “good
morning.” We park fairly close to each other.
I saw you Tuesday night in the parking lot but
hurried off. Would like to get to know you but
don’t know if you are taken. Lucky lady if you are!
You have beautiful eyes and a gorgeous smile.
Blue Eyes Too.
auto open/close Samsonite umbrella on the
seat. If anyone found it, please kindly return it to
Lost & Found. Many thanks!
@wish: take me with you ...
 I remember the day a couple of weeks back
when it was switched from “in a relationship”
mode, which had been the ring’s position from
the first time I noticed her. I closely watched her
eyes that day to see if I could detect any hurt or
sadness, or perhaps even relief or satisfaction,
but I couldn’t make a determination and felt
bad for her regardless. The Claddagh Ring Girl
always offers me a smile that sometimes seems
a little forced, especially Monday mornings, but
today it seems quite genuine. I respond in kind
then turn back toward the front of the line as if I
were standing on an elevator. (To Be Continued)
I want to seriously disturb your molecules
Gangnam style. It’s been way too long since
we blended our skins into a nice latte swirl. My
hunger for u will never be satiated. Never. Ever.
Just saying that you have a place with me. Is not
Photocopied S/O reader. White blazer, black about look, is about personality ... curvy/full
pants and tall boots. 3 maybe 4 wedding rings, figure/fat women are beautiful and I love then.
very attractive, very married but very happy? Would love to hear from you if interested
4:47 LSW. So intrigued!
I miss the Shout Outs since finding a job closer
5:15 GT Line: I came looking for you and saw u in to home! Hey Robo keep me updated on what’s
the fourth coach from the east end of the train. going on. Bye for now Me. Lol
How are you? I missed your smile on Tuesday
and you looked a little bit tired ... I hope all is @Waiting-for-Nette: Okay, you asked for help,
well. - found my train buddy.
here it is: If a girl refuses to talk to you any more
because she says “you came on too strong,” it
really means you are too ugly, stupid, smelly or
rude to continue wasting time on. Girls never turn
down guys who are attractive for coming on too
strong. Ever. Try hitting the gym, taking a shower,
maybe some minor cosmetic surgery, etc. and
To all beautiful women on the late trains,
you’ll find it’s almost impossible to “come on too
please reconsider the pre 7 a.m. trains,
strong.” Hugs and kisses, Dr. Gorgonzola
your kind is sorely missed. That is all.
Happy birthday to wonderful girl I met under
unusual circumstances. Have an amazingg
dayyy!!! <3 you deserve it and you’ll be fine :) Big Bear
PALIN!!! WAKE UP!!! -BBT
@ifyouarea: You must look in the mirror
and repeat it CAUSE clearly you are an idiot!
@PhoneCall_While_Doing: I not only enjoy
having my lady pick up the phone (while in the
act), but I actually encourage it. Then I give it a
little extra to see if she can remain poised on the
phone and not let on. Highly recommend it ...
give it a try! TryingToKeepItX-citing.
God of Thunder: I do enjoy Wes Anderson. As
long as it isn’t Wes Craven. In the spirit of the
season, I’d pick Erdinger. Bottles over cans.
Tues. Oct. 9: Short, cute blond girl, pink jeans,
black high heels, beige jacket and cute knit cap.
You got on the eastbound subway at Islington
around 5pm, got off again at Dundas West.
You’re the most gorgeous creature! I’ll be looking
for you on the same train, same car. I hope I see
To the people with the audacity to Shout
Out for undercover lovers behind their
unsuspecting respective other’s backs: You’re
idiots. Jump off one side of the fence and
stop being so self-gratifying. If you’re not
happy, grow some morals, break up, move on.
Shout Out to my amazing boyfriend who just
started his new job. See you soon, LOVE BUB
Found yesterday, 730pm GT GO bus line leaving
union station, one ring. Was turned in to the
female bus driver in Brampton. Will need to
describe to lost n found. Looked very special.
Hope it’s reunited with its proper owner.
@Dave: Yesterday I was having an awful day
until I read your S/O to me. Just wanted to let
you know that it brought a smile to my face and
you’re awesome! -B
Smokers, can you please not flick your finished
cigs BEHIND you when walking in crowds
has anyone ever noticed the bad smell between (without looking behind you first to make sure
Exchange tower and 130 Adelaide place’s it’s all clear)? Today, while heading to the train at
underground PATH? Just after Booster juice Oshawa, I was hit with lit cig that the red headed
stall, it’s been there for the last 4months ._@ young lady ahead of me flicked behind her,
without looking to see if there was anyone there
@ smiles, small talk and sitting on your backpack: pathfinder
first. My new coat now has a burn hole, and I
your Shout Out of Mon Oct 1. – I am not sure if
this was intended for me – what GO line are you To the young lady who takes the 07:21 LSW: you quit smoking two years ago. I’m not asking you
on? Are you on a train or bus. Answer back in the intrigue me and make my early commute on the to quit, I’m not asking you to smoke elsewhere,
Shout Outs. signed mewithabackpack.
GO more bearable. You’re the one who never I’m just asking you to be considerate of your
dresses for the cold. Don’t be afraid to start up a surroundings when discarding items that can
burn people. Thanks!
Fri. Oct. 5, 7:25am RH GO Train: I left my grey conversation next time ;) Signed, LSWman
Shout Outs are submitted by readers and received via email by tonight Newspaper. Email addresses and identities are not disclosed unless requested and confirmed by readers. tonight is not responsible for any communication or actions taken based on the Shout Outs.
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MATCH THE PERSON
TO THEIR AGE
*ANSWERS AT BOTTOM OF PAGE
SHOULD I GET OUT
OF BED TOMORROW?
GUESS LUKE PERRY’S
50, 66, 36,
A. $5 MILLION
41, 44, 46
B. $10 MILLION
C. $25 MILLION
2. Like notebook paper
6. One of the Marx Brothers
12. Forest denizens
16. Hellespont, e.g.
20. Terrestrial lizard
ARIES: Temptation is everywhere. A
siren will be annoying.
TAURUS: You’ll be the life of the
party. Vehicle trouble is in the news.
GEMINI: Beware the idle chatter
of others. A drama queen will be
unpleasant to watch.
CANCER: Wishful thinking leads to a
breakthrough. Dinner with a miser
makes you witty.
LEO: A cruel deed will create
distrust. Stand back to gain
VIRGO: A man casts your fate to
the wind. A dearest wish is easily
LIBRA: Nostalgia leads to an
argument. A disciplinary problem is
SCORPIO: Prepare for someone to
move. Be fearless in approaching
SAGITTARIUS: Someone’s need
for affection feels claustrophobic.
You’ll find yourself no matter where
CAPRICORN: An occasion for
judgment arises. Hang out with a
AQUARIUS: Speak up about
inflexible discipline. A young guy
makes a vulgar remark.
PISCES: Someone adores your air
of mystery. A caller delivers a fresh
9. Fairy tale character
14. Japanese robe
19. Porridge ingredient
23. Popular salad ingredient
25. Shrink’s forté
11.10 . 2012
Net Worth Answer: A.
Puzzle by Ben Pall, edited by Will Shortz
Birthday Answers: Daryl Hall, 66, Joan Cusack, 50, Luke Perry, 46, Jane Krakowski, 44, MC Lyte, 41, Emily Deschanel, 36
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