CNE's Princes' Gates Set to Reopen

Morning Brew: July 19, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Wednesday, July 19, 2006:

The Princes' Gates are set to re-open today at the CNE grounds, ready to usher in thousands of people for the summer festivities later next month.

City councillors may soon get a pay hike, and Jane Pitfield has already started using it as a campaign issue.

Things heated up in Little Italy after a blaze broke out on College yesterday.

The Coalition for Municipal Change is trying to unseat Kyle Rae and Howard Moscoe in the next municipal election. Condo-sympathetic Torontonians need not apply.

Olympic Spirit in Toronto is set to close. After seeing the comparison in TV ratings for both events, I'm sure a FIFA World Cup museum would do much better.

Trailers for novels will debut on Toronto cinema screens, meaning you can now say, "No, I haven't read it, but the trailer looks great."

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