Morning Brew: May 16, 2006
Your morning news roundup for Tuesday, May 16, 2006:
Former Toronto Argo Doug Flutie calls it a career, crushing any hopes for a resurrection of Flutie Flakes.
First a fare hike, and now the TTC is charging students in Toronto an extra dollar simply for an ID card. No wonder parking lots at high schools are filling up.
Creative types and freebie lovers meet tonight at for the first ever Creative Commons Salon in Toronto.
City council decides to study the health risks of wireless communication towers in the city, perhaps a few years too late.
Across the globe, cyclists will ride in a silet procession tomorrow to honor those who have been killed on public roadways. Join the Toronto procession at Spadina and Bloor at 6:30pm.
Hosting the 2015 Expo will cost Toronto over $2.8 billion, while fixing our city's housing woes will cost much much less.
Representatives from Toronto and London travel to Mumbai to ink a trade deal, and not only do people in Toronto have no idea, but neither do people in Mumbai itself.
Jay Teitel asks how the Raptors became relative unknowns in the NBA, claiming that players in Toronto are too nice. Maybe Teitel is too nice to say our team is just plain bad.
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