Driving Instructors Don't Drive All That Well

Morning Brew: September 18, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Monday, September 18, 2006.

It's scary to know that the same people that are supposed to be teaching people how to drive need to take some lessons themselves.

A basketball player from Toronto playing in the USA was shot yesterday after an altercation at a party.

That big piece of construction on the lawn outside Queen's Park has finally been officially unveiled as a memorial to Canada's veterans.

Romeo Dallaire joined quasi-celebrity Justin Trudeau to lead to the Toronto rally as part of the Global Day for Darfur.

A student that was barred from York University for engaging in protests can now sue the school. Tuition fee hike on the way?

Three people were killed in a bloody Sunday in Toronto, including one man that was stabbed with a machete. Really, a machete.

And while CityTV is applauding the Film Festival for being about substance and not style, the National Post is claiming we've become more like the celebrity-obsessed USA rather than the polite, private people we should be.

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