Stronach and Domi an Item?

Morning Brew: September 26, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Tuesday, September 26, 2006:

Everyone's favorite politician apparently was more than friendly with everyone's favorite hockey player, as Belinda Stronach gets dragged into Tie Domi's nasty divorce case.

Why should allegations of improper electoral activity hinder your campaign to win the Liberal leadership race? Joe Volpe has shrugged off the accusations and keeps truckin' away.

Liberal senator Jerry Grafstein decides to back Jane Pitfield in the mayoral race, while her campaign strategist Martin Goldfarb is complaining about the smell.

You can now bring your Tim Hortons coffee cup back onto the plane, so stop stressing about your caffeine fix.

Have a budget surplus? Why not cut funding to some programs? At least that's what the Tory government thinks is the best course of action.

After tons of political wrangling, it turns out that the TTC will be getting its new subway cars from Bombardier after all.

Drive-by egging? A 12-year-old girl will likely suffer from permanent eye damage after an egg was thrown at her from a passing vehicle.

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