Morning Brew: August 22, 2006
Your morning news roundup for Tuesday, August 22, 2006:
If the success of your job is based on winning baseball games, fighting with your pitcher might be a bad idea.
CO-OP Cabs celebrated their fiftieth anniversary by treating drivers to a banquet dinner. Next on the agenda: repainting the yellow and red cabs.
The inaugural Mayor's Arts Awards are accepting nominations, so now would be a good time to get the Toronto Arts Council Foundation to notice that awesome street artist that works the walls in your neighborhood.
David Soknacki, who has been in local Toronto politics for almost ten years, has decided that his time is up and has announced that he will not seek re-election. Here's hoping some other councillors who have been with the city that long make the same decision.
Bombardier's new deal with the TTC is being kept all hush-hush, because apparently cheaper is not always better when it comes to subway cars.
Remember that Simpson's episode where they tore down the house to make room for a highway? Well, it happens in real life too.
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