Toronto Mayor David Miller

Morning Brew: May 4, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Thursday, May 4, 2006:

Hot off the heels of being profiled in Vanity Fair's green issue, Mayor David Miller announces the winners of the second annual Green Toronto Awards.

Jane Pitfield enters the mayoral race, ensuring that this year's municipal elections will be anything but boring.

Mayor David Miller applauds the federal budget, which should allow Toronto to build more affordable housing. Should.

Scarborough's Karim Remtulla is arrested for child pornography, warning us all about anyone that calls themselves a "semi-professional."

Showing the power of community action, Parkdale residents have successfully stopped the Boulevard Club from encroaching onto neighbouring Dowling Beach.


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