Morning Brew: September 18, 2006
Your morning news roundup for Monday, September 18, 2006.
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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