Is Your Second Cup Card Fake?

Morning Brew: July 24, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Monday, July 24, 2006:

That Second Cup card you have been using may be fake. Then again, who buys a coffee card with $1,000 dollars on it?

Jane Pitfield opened her campaign office on David Miller's turf. Judging from Miller's popularity, I'm not too sure Pitfield made the right move.

Mark September 7, 2006 on your calendars as the day downtown Toronto goes wireless. Then mark March 7, 2007 down as the day the service stops being free and you go back to using your neighbor's unsecured connection.

How did you celebrate Ed Mirvish day in Toronto? The city's best-known businessman celebrated his 92nd birthday by — what else? — dropping prices.

"Imagine a city that offers people under age 20 free access to museums and galleries. Imagine a city that pumps money into music, dance, filmmaking, theatre and creative writing classes in grade school." Sounds too good to be true? Well, I could keep going, but you should pick up the new report being launched today yourself.

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