Morning Brew: July 14, 2006
Your morning news roundup for Friday, July 14, 2006:
Does junior hockey have a place in Hockey Town, Canada? Well, now that the Majors are thinking of leaving Toronto, I'm not so sure.
A Toronto gymnastics teacher has been charged with kiddie porn offenses, which, I'm sure, is causing serious consternation among parents all over the city today.
Toronto's new trend of crime-filled summers keeps going as the year's homicide count reached 38 last night.
Apparently Red Berets aren't as well liked as Blue Berets, as the Guardian Angels weren't exactly welcomed by local business on their first patrol yeterday.
City council steps up and approves a new affordable housing facility; now let's see if they can build on this momentum.
The Raptors may soon be as internationally diverse as the city they play in, as GM Colangelo continued to look across the ocean and signed European star Anthony Parker to a new deal yesterday.
Eye Magazine asks the important question: now that Queen West is swarmed by hipsters, where will all the artists go?
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