TTC Strike Finally Over

Morning Brew: May 30, 2006


Your morning news roundup for Tuesday, May 30, 2006:

Despite the inconveniences of yesterday's TTC strike, Torontonians showed their true colors despite the heat. Toronto Star readers share their stories of kindness (and some venting) on the streets.

Toronto photobloggers Matt O'Sullivan and Sam Javanrough bring home the much deserved hardware at this year's Photobloggies.

It's now official: Toronto will bid on the 2015 World Expo, even though most residents have no clue what a World Expo really is.

The city's 25th murder victim is once again a victim of gunfire, and a repeat of last summer is once again fresh in people's minds.

Mayor Miller is upset about the Toronto Port Authority's new ad campaign, and I'm upset that the ads are so boring. Kick up some controversy fellas.

A movie casting call that only included white children from Forest Hill Public School riles some parents, but really, if they want to set the film in 1944, you can't blame them for being selective.

Photo from the Toronto Star.


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