Morning Brew: September 19, 2006
Your morning news roundup for Tuesday, September 19, 2006:
An Air India flight was ordered to return to Toronto after a suspicious package was found on board, bringing back fears of the 1985 Air India bombing.
McGuinty reshuffles his cabinet after Joe Cordiano resigned to "spend more time with his family." That, and the Premier finally admitted the Liberals made some campaign mistakes in the Parkdale-High Park by-election.
A gunman held up a McDonald's in Scarborough yesterday: I doubt he received service with a smile.
The first Mayoral debate falls flat while Pitfield took jabs at Miller while vowing to reduce homelessness by banning panhandling on Toronto's streets.
Maher Arar's name has been cleared, and now the RCMP has some serious work to do to rectify this situation.
The Vampire Boy is back on the streets. I kid you not.
Hopefully this doesn't say much about the actual season: the Leafs were shut out by the ridiculous-looking Sabres in their first pre-season game.
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