Ghanaian Supporters Party after Ghana's World Cup Win

Morning Brew: June 23, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Friday, June 23, 2006:

Lessons learned from a recent World Cup party stabbing: don't wear any colored clothing at all.

Speeding in a school zone? Get a $40 ticket or a lecture from a concerned school kid. Your choice.

When the Toronto police make a mistake, who investigates? The SIU. When the SIU makes a mistake, who investigates? Well, now, the Ontario Ombudsman.

Toronto police arrest a man wanted for scamming money for fake concerts. I guess that Tribe Called Quest reunion he promised is probably not happening.

CityTV fires one of their most popular on-air celebrities, meaning drastic changes must be afoot at CHUM.

The Liberals give $219K to Toronto firm Bensimon Byrne to revamp the Ontario trillium logo; even flowers need rebranding, apparently.

Mayor David Miller and Deputy Police Chief Keith Forde will battle each other with bats this morning. May the best man win.

(Image: Hans van Reenen)


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