Toronto's Don Jail

Morning Brew: May 8, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Monday, May 8, 2006:

The Don Jail is about to become part of a hospital, giving new meaning to being "all locked up" by illness.

Mere days after Stephen Harper promises to get tough on crime, another shooting occurred in North York.

Toronto police officer gets charged for wanting to clean up corruption in police force, pretty much proving his point.

Thousands gathered at Queen's Park for the annual Toronto Global Marijuana March, increasing sales at neigboring food vendors.

Incineration being considered for Toronto's trash; consuming less still not touted as an way to solve the landfill problem.

The GST may be dropping, but parking in downtown Toronto will remain more expensive than paying for your car.


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