Anti-War Activist Cindy Sheehan

Morning Brew: May 5, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Friday, May 5, 2006:

Anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan takes her focus away from Bush and instead derides Harper at an anti-war talk in UofT's Convocation Hall. Himy has a great set of photos from the event, like the photo above.

The Star reports on the lack of jobs for students this summer, while unemployed journalism students look for jobs at The Star.

A 12-year-old boy dies after falling from his 16th floor apartment, and some parents still refuse to put screens in front of their windows.

City Idol contestants dress in costumes and make zany proclamations in order to win a political contest: sounds like a normal municipal election to me.

Pitfield begins her mayoral campaign on a not-so-cheery note, claiming that Toronto is in decline.

Toronto restaurateur Susur Lee ties Bobby Flay at the Iron Chef competition, showing us all that Canadian bacon isn't reserved for Bacon & Egg McMuffins.


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