Your daily round-up of all the news that’s fit to click.
1. The Toronto Underground Cinema is closing next month after only two years running.
2. A severed head and foot were found in Mississauga’s Credit River, but police can’t yet confirm if they belong to the same person.
3. The Silversun Pickups recently sent the Mitt Romney campaign a cease-and-desist for using their song “Panic Switch” at official campaign events, so the good folks over at Aux.tv have put together a list of artists who have refused to allow their songs to be used by Republicans.
1. The CRTC has approved Bell and Rogers’ plan to buy Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment (which owns four Toronto sports teams, the ACC, and a bunch of TV channels), with the caveat that both companies will need to spend $7.5 million over seven years on independent Canadian sports programming.
2. Only 2 per cent of Canadians who participated in a recent survey deny that climate change exists. Thumbs up for us! We’re only 98 per cent sane!
3. Mad Men‘s John Slattery, a.k.a. Roger Sterling, will have a recurring role in the mythical (but now real!) Arrested Development reboot.