In Construction: New Home for Canadian Opera Company

Morning Brew: May 12, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Friday, May 12, 2006:

Not content to settle with actually naming the building after the company, the Four Seasons Hotel chain fights with the Canadian Opera Company to throw their logo on the new opera house.

The City of Toronto Fall Public Auction — where the city sells off things they shouldn't have bought in the first place — takes place tomorrow at Exhibition Place.

Paul Maurice is set to become the next coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs, and Leaf fans are still scratching their heads in bewilderment.

Proving the fact that even diseases can come back from the dead, a student in a Toronto high school has been diagnosed with tuberculosis.

The city ponders increasing the number of red-light cameras in local intersections, increasing revenue for the city but not really stopping bad drivers.

As if Toronto traffic wasn't bad enough, the Don Valley Parkway will be shut down all weekend for construction.


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