Toronto Priciest City in Canada

Morning Brew: June 27, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Tuesday, June 27, 2006:

Toronto tops the list as the most expensive city in Canada, but anyone paying rent for their apartment downtown already knew that a long time ago.

Spacing Wire celebrates its first anniversary, and I have to say thanks for feeding me with awesome news links for the past few months.

The Urban Noise Festival kicks off today, proving that Rexdale isn't just about shootings and good food.

Ontario principals may love their jobs and hate their workloads now, but keep those same workloads up, and the "love my job" part will dissipate pretty quickly.

Toronto power couple Ed and Annie Mirvish celebrate 65 years of marriage, proving that blind dates can actually work.

More shootings plague Toronto as the heat rises. Hopefully things will calm down with today's rain.

The Lord of the Rings gets seven trophies at the Doras, meaning Michael Therriault now actually has a real prize that he can call "My Precious."

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