Further to my impatient query Wednesday about the coroner's office review of Ontario cycling deaths, Toronto West regional coroner Dr. Dan Cass called to say that while the announcement of his report last year said it would be ready in the spring of 2012, and it is officially spring, the report will be "later in the spring rather than earlier in the spring."
He said that the expert panel has reviewed somewhere between 120 and 125 cycling deaths across the province and "has started to give some thought as to recommendations." They are not yet at a point where they are ready to make those recommendations, so "I don't have an exact release date yet."
As a previous poster has noted, spring ends June 21, so there is plenty of thinking space. But, as another poster noted, cyclists, used to expertly gliding through roadway congestion, are hoping for a speedy response.