No More Construction on Sundays

Morning Brew: June 16, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Friday, June 16, 2006:

No more construction noise on Sundays, says a new city bylaw. Now we need a "no construction noise before 7am, it's my only day off" law for weekdays.

The province is giving communties the ability to keep bars and clubs open past 2am, which is good, because who really gets to to the club until after midnight anyways?

Councillor Adam Giambrone is getting caught up in a TTC-related fundraising scandal. Easy fix: just bring on a new board with James Bow and Sean Lerner leading the comission.

Slain artist Lee Matasi will be remembered tomorrow at an Artists Against Violence concert, fully resonating with those of us who believe that art and recreation are great ways to stop Toronto's street violence.

A boy falls of his bike and drops fifty metres, showing us all that drinking and driving (and bike-riding) don't mix very well.

An OCAD student is serving breast milk cocktails as part of her art project — no, you have to drink it from a cup.

(Image: SV)


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