CBC Cancels Mr. Dressup Reruns

Morning Brew: June 15, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Thursday, June 15, 2006:

CBC ends showing reruns of Mr. Dressup, meaning a whole new generation will miss out on the creepiness of the Tickle Trunk.

In the wake of the suspected bomb plot, the suits working at King and Bay are being subjected to car searches. South Toronto indeed.

There's trouble brewing in the Northwest of the city: a day after a 14-year-old gets arrested for bringing a gun to school, a cop is shot at outside a community centre in Etobicoke.

The CAA wants to ban cell phone and iPod use in cars, meaning if you accidentally get that Justin Timberlake song stuck in repeat while driving on the 401, you're in trouble for a while.

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