Morning Brew: May 2, 2006
Your morning news roundup for Tuesday, May 2, 2006:
MTV here in Toronto announces that Jessica Alba will host the Canadian broadcast of the next MTV Movie Awards, giving me a reason to put a photo of Jessica Alba on this post.
Tourism Toronto seems to be attracting the wrong people, as a second US felon is suspected of escaping to the T-Dot.
According to the GO Transit, Stephen Harper eats babies. I don't even have to try and make that one humorous. (Exclusive Advertising says it's the work of a nefarious hacker. Right.)
TDSB Trustee Bruce Davis fights the good fight and threatens to take the feds to court over the removal of students as part of an operation by federal immigration officials.
Hockey legend Ken Dryden enters the Liberal leadership race: despite the fact that he played for Montreal, he's still a Torontonian at heart.
Keep those Elvis records stowed away in the basement for a few more months: more than two garage sales a year may soon cost you up to $500.
Toronto criminal lawyer Clayton Ruby, who counts the Church of Scientology as one of his clients, diversifies to include birds of another kind.
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