WEATHER: Toronto and the GTA are under a heat warning. Today’s high is 34 but it’s going to feel like 41 with the humidity. The city has opened 7 cooling centres to help people beat the heat. Five of Toronto’s 11 beaches are partially open: Bluffers, Cherry, Kew-Balmy, Sunnyside and Woodbine.
#NoHotPets: If you’re feeling hot, imagine wearing a fur coat in this weather. There is no excuse for leaving a pet unattended in a hot vehicle. If you spot one, call 310-SPCA (7722) in Ontario or your local police department.
Toronto’s Airbnb rules could be changing after today. After month’s of public consultations, the city will set out new guidelines for the home sharing industry. Critics want to crack down on operators with multiple listings. Airbnb says their open to ‘sensible’ rules.
Services will be held in Orlando and Toronto today to remember the 49 people killed in the Pulse Nightclub shooting one year ago. Here in Toronto, a memorial service will be held at The 519, an LGBTQ community centre, at 7:30PM.
For the second straight year, the Stanley Cup belongs to the Penguins. Pittsburgh blanked the Nashville Predators 2-0 in game six last night. Pens captain and Nova Scotia native Sidney Crosby was given the Conn Smythe Trophy as the Stanley Cup M-V-P for a second straight year.