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Just hours into the strike by City of Toronto unionized employees, bags of garbage were piling up outside some waste transfer stations where civic officials told residents they could drop off their junk in the event of a strike.

Dozens of black garbage bags were sizzling in the soaring summer temperatures yesterday outside the Commissioners St. transfer station.

Unionized workers manning the picket kept anyone from crossing their lines. Strikers warned residents not to drop the garbage along the road or else city managers would send bylaw officers after them for illegal dumping.

At the Bermondsey transfer station, pickets kept all vehicles from crossing their line.

That meant the garbage wasn’t the only thing simmering, with tempers between residents and pickets flaring as members of CUPE 416 maintained the hardline approach that no garbage should pass.

Sure enough, some garbage toters didn’t heed the warnings and dumped the trash onto a growing pile.

A city manager could be seen jotting down licence plates of dumpers as they sped away.

Bylaw officers were also seen cutting into garbage bags looking for incriminating trash that could lead them to a person to give a ticket.

In a bid to discourage dumping of household waste in street level garbage bins, officials had already taped off many of the city’s garbage cans and placed signs on them asking people not to litter.

So far, city officials say an unspecified number of fines have been handed out for illegal dumping. The ticket carries a $380 fine and can be levied even for leaving bags of trash beside public trash cans or leaving them in parks or ravines.

The city’s top bureaucrat, Joe Pennachetti, said there will be “zero tolerance” for illegal dumping, even though some people haven’t been able to cross the picket lines at the city’s seven transfer stations.

“The city will investigate and charge people proven to be dumping illegally,” he said yesterday at Metro Hall.

“While a certain amount of inconvenience is to be expected, pick asics running shoes ets cannot completely stop people and their vehicles from coming and going.”

Pennachetti said the city wasn’t seeking a court injunction yet to let people in and was working with asics running shoes the unions to open the transfer stations.

“The city will resolve t asics running shoes he issue as quickly as possible. In the meantime . please remain calm,” he said.

In the leadup to the strike, the city encouraged residents to drop garbage at transfer stations around the city, saying residential waste would be accepted free of charge and should be double bagged.

Geoff Rathbone, general manager of Toronto’s solid waste, said that already yesterday “several” tickets were issued to people who left garbage bags outside the gates at transfer stations where pickets wouldn’t let cars through.

“We have seven transfer stations across the city, and we’ve had similar issues at three or four of those,” he said, noting yesterday wasn’t a regular garbage collection day so the need to access the transfer stations shouldn’t be too g asics running shoes reat yet.

“(Monday) is not a regular garbage collection day. We always collect Tuesday through Friday, so therefore there really should be no immediate need for residents to be accessing our transfer stations,” he said.

asics running shoes Temperatures reach record lows August 14, 2015

Temperatures reach record lows twice this weekend

Homeless shelters in Edmonton have been ready for the deep freeze that gripped the city during the weekend.

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prepared for that and we do have room to accommodate up to 200 men and women plus 70 youth, Strachan said. know that this happens in winter time and we prepared for it. the frigid temperatures, the shelter is not at capacity, Strachan said.

Edmonton was the second coldest place in the country twice this weekend once on Friday and once early Sunday morning, said Environment Canada forecaster John McIntyre.

On Friday, the air temperature was 29.6C, second only to Eureka, Nunavut, he said.

was the second coldest place in Canada to Eureka, which is way the hell up in Ellesmere Island, the high arctic, where it normally very cold, he said.

McIntyre said, while looking up temperatures. got Eureka beat this time. that tem asics running shoes perature, flesh can freeze in five to 10 minutes.

Saturday low was a smidgen warmer at 28.5C.

When temperatures dip, the Hope Mission deploys its ministry van to distribute sleeping bags, warm socks and hygiene projects.

Laura Fedoriw, communications specialist with the Mustard Seed, said coffee drop ins increase and there is a greater need for long underwear and heavy coats.