AIDS Conference Brings Tourists to Toronto

Morning Brew: August 17, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Thursday, August 17, 2006:

The AIDS conference has brought in so many people to Toronto, even those Hippo tour buses you see downtown are packed.

Big Brother is most certainly watching, as the street cameras installed during Caribana look like they're here to stay.

Jesus may save, but definitely doesn't help alleviate traffic on the DVP.

Why is it that whenever they announce a cut to homeless funding, it has to happen right before the winter sets in?

School principal charged with throwing human waste at kids. Because she doesn't take any bull$h!t.

(Image: Mark)


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