Morning Brew: June 22, 2006
Your morning news roundup for Thursday, June 22, 2006:
The Raptors trade away the Red Rocket, meaning the only Rocket left in the city is one that keeps threatening to go on strike.
The OPP solve a Toronto cold case using the web; stay tuned for a 'ripped from the headlines' episode of Law & Order that echoes the details of this case.
Raptor Chris Bosh makes the Toronto Star Best dressed list, but I'm a little offended that I didn't make it. Maybe it's my lack of accessories.
The AGO faces a possible strike, meaning Gehry's wonderful piece of architecture could be slightly delayed in becoming a reality.
The Toronto Port Authority sues Community Air for defamation. I call that a SLAPP in the face.
A terrorist recruiting video makes the rounds in Toronto, but you definitely won't find this one at your local Blockbuster.
Environment Canada predicts a hot and dry summer, meaning you'll hear less and less of that silly line, "It's not the heat, it's the humidity."
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