Morning Brew: August 14, 2006
Your morning news roundup for Monday, August 14, 2006:
After my internet fiasco last week, I promise to make it up to you all by waking up a whole hour earlier (4:30am!) and drinking an extra cup of Sumatran every day this week. If you see me at your local cafe, I'll buy you a coffee too.
Federer surprised nobody at all as he won the Rogers Cup just as everyone expected.
Dufferin Grove Park is instaling a composting toilet, giving dogs in the park yet another thing to sniff at while they run around.
While some people were enjoying the festivities on the Toronto waterfront yesterday, a woman slipped and drowned in the Toronto harbour.
Even family restaurants like Swiss Chalet aren't immune to sexual predators, as a young boy and his family sadly found out this weekend.
A anti-war rally this weekend that was otherwise peaceful got ugly when protestors started to burn flags. Which is precisely the way to make sure your message is completely disregarded.
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