A brand new amendment to an old bylaw in Calgary, Canada, will see passengers in cabs in that city have to pay a $100 fee for vomiting. This is a phenomenon that more often happens at night in cities and is more often achieved by drunk persons.
During his radio talk show Sunday, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford said he has received numerous calls about dog owners who do not have a leash on their dogs. He has now ordered Toronto Animal Services to enforce the by-law.
A Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario woman, who was found guilty of feeding pigeons, is appealing the decision. Fisher says her intent was to feed other birds, and her neighbour, who gathered names against her says the problem was crows.
Last week the Sault Star reported that a woman was found guilty of feeding pigeons. It is one of those rediculous city by-laws put in place by a council that appears to have nothing more important to implement.