OPP Warns of Bird Flu

Morning Brew: May 9, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Tuesday, May 9, 2006:

The bird flu is coming, and apparently, the OPP wants everyone to panic instead of staying calm.

Eminent political activists wait for MP Dennis Mills to join the Toronto mayoral race, while Jane Pitfield reminds everyone that she's running too.

The UN blasts Canada on the situation of Aboriginal peoples, migrants and people with disabilities in the country, bursting our nation's bubble a tiny bit.

Jeffrey Reodica's family looks to get some answers, two years after he was shot to death by police officers.

Once again, the Spirit of Ontario will connect a French-speaking country and an English-speaking country, but this time it will happen on the other side of the Atlantic.


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