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."

(Image: Virtual Tourist)


Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in City

Humber Bay Park in Toronto spans two kilometres of the city's shoreline

Man recognizes himself in old photo of Children's Village at Ontario Place

Toronto LifeLabs location comes under fire for xenophobic sign

Buy nothing groups in Toronto are bringing neighbours together during the pandemic

The history of the Humber Heights-Westmount neighbourhood in Toronto

The top 10 options for moving boxes in Toronto

The Guinness World Records museum in Niagara has closed and is auctioning off everything

The TTC is shutting down subway service on part of Line 1 this weekend