George Stroumboulopoulos Goes to ABC

Morning Brew: July 11, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Tuesday, July 11, 2006:

George Stroumboulopoulos went from MuchMusic to the CBC, and now he's going to ABC. Why does that feel like a demotion for me instead of a good thing?

Toronto police officers will now have to wear name tags. Let's just hope they're not red and white and say "Hello, my name is..."

Toronto's Julia Foster is named the new chair of the National Arts Centre. Her first task: making everyday Canadians realize that we actually have a National Arts Centre.

A man drowned at the foot of Bay Street yesterday, not in financial papers, but sadly, in Lake Ontario.

Telus is going to build this city's first office tower downtown in over 20 years. About twenty more buildings to go before we cans start to compete with Hong Kong.

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