New Voter List on its Way

Morning Brew: July 31, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Monday, July 31, 2006:

A revised voter list will trim almost 10 percent off the eligible voter list in Toronto, which doesn't mean much when you consider voter turnout is ridiculously low anyway.

Michigan doesn't want your sludge. Luckily, New York State and Quebec are more than willing to get paid to keep it.

As much as we would hate to believe it, racism is everywhere, including the GTA, as legendary pianist Oscar Peterson has found out.

When the going gets tough in Ontario, the tough move to Ireland. Or at least, the much-criticized OPP Commissioner does.

Paul French asks the biting question: where IS our Jane Jacobs Boulevard? And why does New York always get there first?

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