Frank Abagnale Talks about Identity Theft

Morning Brew: September 20, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Wednesday, September 20, 2006:

"Stealing someone's identity is as simple as counting to one, two, three." Famous con-man Frank Abagnale scares some people in Toronto about identity theft.

MBA students are more likely to cheat in school than students in other programs: turns out the honour system isn't good enough these days.

Tie Domi retired from hockey yesterday to take on a new job as a TSN hockey analyst, meaning the Leafs have a pretty big hole to fill.

A candidate running for the chair of the Toronto Police Union wants the police to be able to sue the public for false complaints.

Taking at-risk youth off the streets and into the studio is one way the Remix Project hopes to deter young people from pursuing a life of crime. Too bad so many of their hip-hop idols still rap about guns.

CBC's Guy Fournier has "voluntarily resigned" after his mouth got him into trouble over some strange and odd stories about sex and defecation.

After an initial removal scare, my favorite food truck owner Jimmy has been granted permission to stay in the same spot he's been holding down for thirty years.

Michigan may have said no, but it looks like London may be the next place to host our trash.

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