Morning Brew: September 22, 2006
Your morning news roundup for Friday, September 22, 2006:
First, he had a Myspace. Now, Mayor David Miller has a YouTube page. It's only a matter of time before Toronto City Hall takes over the internet.
Organized crime is alive and well in Canada, as "at least a dozen" mobsters are believed to be living in and around Toronto.
The race for city councillor in Ward 24 is heating up, partly because a Miss Universe Canada contestant is in the running for the seat.
UofT may not be the best landlord to have if you're not living in a dorm, as over 100 long-term tenants of houses around the school are facing the threat of eviction.
Toronto's fifty-first homicide was reported yesterday as a woman's body was found in her basement.
Some former members of the Toronto Police drug squad face charges today over a decade-old scandal, but most are getting away with a slap on the wrist.
Celebrate International Car Free Day in Toronto by partying in Yonge-Dundas Square, or at least by not taking your car to work today.
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