Morning Brew: July 12, 2006
Your morning news roundup for Wednesday, July 12, 2006:
Blue Jay pitcher BJ Ryan picked up the win at the all-star game yesterday, and now the Jays get to forget about the all-star high and go back to fighting for a thankless second place in their division.
Toronto police have traced the gun that killed Diana Sandeman last week to a town in Georgia. Hopefully, that won't be an excuse for them to just turn it over to the US Department of Justice and forget about the case.
A graduation ceremony for the controversial Guardian Angels was relocated after housing officials shut them out of a building. If you're so concerned about upholding the law guys, next time, get a permit.
Pedestrians are complaining of a foul stench in Toronto's financial district. That's just the smell of yet another person being corrupted by massive amounts of money folks, move along.
If you're looking for luxury, you could always buy Steve Stavro's old house in Rosedale for $22 million, but if you're looking for a deal, Jane Jacobs' old house in the Annex is only listed at $850,000.
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