TTC Mechanical Failure Sends 10 Riders to Hospital

Morning Brew: June 2, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Friday, June 2, 2006:

Ten people are treated for smoke inhalation because of a subway mechanical failure. As if the TTC already didn't have its own fair share of problems.

The Toronto District School Board considers closing 64 schools because of inadequate funding; time to reconsider going to teachers' college.

In a scene straight out of Looney Tunes, a flattened car drives off after an accident on the DVP.

Thinking of dropping out of school? Well, you won't be able to drive away, if Gerard Kennedy has his way.

When David Miller's all done playing mayor, he may just have a career in comedy, or so he displayed at the Canon Theatre last night.

Does being gay make you a better or worse teacher? The Toronto District School Board doesn't know, but may be trying to find out.

(Photo: ktransit.com)


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