35 Years Without the Spadina Expressway

Morning Brew: May 29, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Monday, May 29, 2006:

Spacing, celebrating 35 years without the Spadina Expressway, shows us a vision of Toronto with the expressway, and it ain't pretty.

TTC workers may go on a wildcat strike this morning to protest working conditions: Toronto traffic promises to get worse than it already is.

Three major crashes mark a bloody weekend on Toronto's roads.

Shooting victim Louise Russo led the inaugural Walk Against Violence Everywhere, and over 7,000 people joined the World Partnership Walk to end global poverty yesterday, showing that Torontonians know how to put a sunny Sunday afternoon to good use.

NFL star Ricky Williams signs with the Toronto Argos, making more money in one year than some CFL players make in a career.


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