New Crosswalks for Toronto

Morning Brew: June 6, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Tuesday, June 6, 2006:

City council has approved a project to improve pedestrian crosswalks in Toronto, meaning you won't have to dive to avoid cars that 'forget' to slow down at designated crossings.

Apparently, there are more terrorist arrests coming, and not everyone's singing the praises about Canada's anti-terror work.

CTV steals "the face of the Olympics" Brian Williams from the CBC; sadly, even if they move from CBC to CTV, nobody's going to watch the Olympics anyway.

CSIS employees returned to their Toronto offices yesterday after the terror arrests, but I wonder: isn't giving away the location of their offices a bad thing to do?

The City of Toronto commemorates the 62nd anniversary of D-day today at 12:30 p.m. at Nathan Phillips Square. Be there.

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