Toronto Subway Cars Need New Names

Morning Brew: May 18, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Thursday, May 18, 2006:

The TTC needs a catchy name for their new subway cars, even though the name G-Car still sounds more exciting than "Riding the Rocket."

First pitbulls, then the birds, and now pachyderms. Renown lawyer Clayton Ruby saves a zoo owner from going to jail over his elephants.

Mayor Miller throws a re-election campaign party: expect "Same great mayor. Same great hair" posters to cover subway stations soon.

According to NOW, bikers in this city have to put up with a lot of shit.

Toronto residents are above average when it comes to lifelong learning, despite the problems our province has had in classroom education.

Spacing and [murmur] are looking for stories about the giant slab of concrete downtown otherwise known as Dundas Square.

Alright folks, I'm leaving the country in the next twenty minutes, so Morning Brew will return on Monday, May 29, 2006. Enjoy your week!


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