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Morning Brew: September 1, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Friday, September 1, 2006:

Just in time for school, Toronto professors are becoming more comfortable with blogs in the classroom.

Going "fragrance-free" in Toronto schools won't help make public schools any more fragrance free.

Planning on leaving town for the weekend? Watch your speed, >the OPP is out in full force.

We've got four more years until Michigan gets fed up with our trash. Hopefully by that time, we'll be producing much less trash.

Remember those Friday night dates when you used to go to the ROM because it was free? Well, you need to find a new place, because there's no more free admission.

The Argos can't seem to get much right this season, as offensive lineman Bernard Williams just got charged with sexual assault.

In extremely disturbing news, a former daycare worker has been charged with porn charges.

No, it wasn't a movie set: that commotion outside St. George station yesterday was real and frightening.

Best.Summer.Ever? The Toronto Star and a bunch of climatologists surely seem to think so.


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