The Big Construction Hole That Will Soon Be Named BMO Field

Morning Brew: September 21, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Thursday, September 21, 2006:

Toronto's new soccer stadium will be named BMO Field. That is, until Rogers comes around and buys this one too.

Representatives from Canada's cities met to demand some more funding from the federal government.

A repeat sex offender is shocked by his 13-year prison term. I'm shocked that he didn't get longer than that.

Jim Jennings, the Toronto Sun's editor in chief, resigned yesterday because of conflict with Sun owner Quebecor Media.

The construction in front of the Ontario Science Centre has been replaced by the 4,590-square-metre Teluscape, a new outdoor exhibition space.

Drinking alcohol may get you a higher paycheque, but drinking too much alcohol may cut off your paycheque altogether.

Spacing reports that the TTC is set to expand its Rack It and Rocket program, putting bike racks on every new bus in the city.

The first rule of fight club is to never talk about fight club, so why are some Orangeville students posting their fights on the internet?

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