School Bus Driver Leaves Child on Curb Unattended

Morning Brew: September 15, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Friday, September 15, 2006:

There are rules that say a bus driver can't just leave a 4-year-old on the curb unattended, but there's also common sense that tells you not to do that too.

A man was shot in the face last night in Scarborough, and so far police are still looking for the shooter.

Using a fake Metropass? The TTC has begun pressing charges on people using the fake cards, so stop looking on Craigslist and just buy your pass at a TTC station.

Sean Penn gets a warning for smoking indoors while the Sutton Place hotel gets a fine. I think Penn should have got a warning for starring in such a bad movie.

DiNovo wins in Parkdale-High Park, so now all the accusations and bad-talking can stop and people can go back to their job of running this province.

Two months are left until the municipal election, and the city still isn't sure who can vote yet.

A woman's body was found floating in the water near Ashbridge's Bay yesterday. She is yet to be identified.

Sick Kids Hospital announced plans to build a new movie theatre. No word yet whether TIFF organizers are going to snatch it up as a potential festival venue.

Six children were injured during a hit-and-run in Scarborough yesterday. What's silly is that the guy actually got out of his car before driving away.

Eye Weekly reports on the TTC's marketing team, which surprisingly doesn't include TTC enthusiasts like Matt Blackett.

Former Leaf Tie Domi has been rumored to be seeing former Conservative Belinda Stronach. I love how this makes the front page of a news website.

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