City Hits Power Consumption Record

Morning Brew: August 2, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Wednesday, August 2, 2006:

Feeling like you just can't beat the heat? Well, despite Ontario hitting record levels for electricity use yesterday, it's still not as hot as it was seventy years ago. So you young folk stop complaining.

Being hit by a car is definitely a hard way to learn your lesson not to jaywalk any more.

It's great to know that police are able to apprehend murderers from the USA living in our city...four years later.

While everyone in the city was stressing about the avian flu, West Nile virus went unnoticed. And now it's back, jealous for some attention.

The former president of the Toronto Real Estate Board has resigned, citing excessive spending. The true meaning of excessive spending, however, is what you need to do to buy a condo in the city these days.

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