No Free Rides on TTC

Morning Brew: July 18, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Tuesday, July 18, 2006:

Free ride on the TTC? Not happening anytime soon, no matter how hot and smoggy it might get in Toronto. So how about just a discount to discourage people from driving?

The National Post comments on Shawn Micallef's post on Spacing Wire where he lamented about people cutting in line. Moral of the story: if you're going to cut in line, be short enough so you can't be caught on camera. Better yet, don't cut in line.

A west end church broke out in flames yesterday during renovations; even Toronto's buildings are having trouble dealing with this heat.

Toronto's newest hero isn't flying around in tights on movie screens, but instead pulling panicked passengers from burning vehicles.

Turns out the best way to protest against corruption in the investment industry is to have two women make out on the street corner. Who knew?

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