Caribana 2005 Festivities

Morning Brew: May 3, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Wednesday, May 3, 2006:

Which festival will you go to, Caribana or the new Toronto Caribbean Carnival? Either way, things aren't looking good for the annual summer tourist draw.

A string of taxi driver assaults leaves us wondering: why would anyone want to harm the only person that can get you home after a rowdy night out?

Spacing Magazine gets a nomination for the National Magazine Awards. While it's not quite like Toronto Life's 24 nominations, we're looking forward to more great stuff from Spacing in the issues to come.

Councillor Rob Ford apologizes for inappropriate behavior during a Leaf game. Of course, isn't hollering at a hockey game expected behavior?

While the city contemplates banning power tool use on Sundays, I put forward the motion to ban construction on city streets during rush hour.


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