Leo (July 23 — Aug. 22)
Saturn and the sun pulling in opposite directions explain the complicated situation you are involved in. Use your intelligence and respond with wit and ingenuity.
Gemini (May 21 — June 21)
If you know what's good for you, you'll stop worrying so much about what is or isn't good for you. It's always wise to be aware of pitfallsbeing obsessive is not the answer.
Scorpio (Oct. 24 — Nov. 22)
Your fear that a goal is a pipe dream is unfounded. Altered circumstances will begin to facilitate what now seems improbable.
Pisces (Feb. 20 — March 20)
Several new opportunities will soon free you of an onerous task or complicated commitment. Apply yourself with enthusiasm to ensure the whole process is enjoyable.
City workers have removed 27,500 truckloads of snow from Toronto streets since last week, when officials announced a massive snow removal plan.
As of noon yesterday, 1,250 kilometres of road had been cleared, said Peter Noehammer, the city's director of transportation services.
Crews have been working since Feb. 15 to clear narrow, downtown streets. The removal plan will cost an estimated $20 million, just less than one-third of the city's snow removal budget for the year.
February has had record-breaking snowfall levels. Winter has dumped 69.4 centimetres of fluffy stuff across the city. The GTA has seen nothing like it since 1950, when 66.6 centimetres fell.
Since November, nearly 150 centimetres of snow has fallen on the GTA. It is looking like this winter may break the all-time snowfall record of 207 centimetres, which dates to the winter of 1938-39.