Finally, there were the oddball stories, which made up some of the most-read articles over the last three months.
There were concerns about fake honey being snuck into Canada, a report on a passenger who was left, asleep, on an Air Canada plane, and a Toronto garage that made its debut on the real estate market for $600,000.
The Scarborough turf that launched a thousand opinions — and led to the most-read story from CBC Toronto this summer. (Kelda Yuen/CBC)
The undisputed winner, however, is the Scarborough homeowner who was told to rip up the artificial turf she’d installed in front of her home because it violated a bylaw.
The fight over turf struck a chord with readers, who left 1,400 comments arguing for and against the fake grass.