Mayor Miller gets more power as Superman Returns is released

Morning Brew: June 28, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Wednesday, June 28, 2006:

He's no Christopher Reeve, but Brandon Routh is lighting up the big screen in Toronto with today's release of Superman Returns.

David Miller gets a boost of power from City Council. That Eye Magazine cover of him last election posing as Superman may not be far away. (Watch out Brandon Routh.)

A new Ontario airline is ready to launch its new schedule, and Air Canada is probably already plotting how to drive it out of business like it has to most other airlines in this country.

The NBA picks a World Cup day off in order to hold its entry draft, meaning more people will probably tune in to see the Raptors draft the next Vince Carter. Or Rafael Araujo.

Tell your friends in Barrie that car pooling just got taken to the next level: Greyhound has decided to pick up where the province's transit systems are failing and will be busing 1,000 drivers from Barrie to Toronto every day.

Jane Pitfield didn't see any homeless people in New York on her recent visit. I'm guessing she didn't venture to far out from the West Village.

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