Morning Brew: September 27, 2006
Your morning news roundup for Wednesday, September 27, 2006:
Will the Gardiner actually fall? Looks like the report that has been hidden from the public for two years is going to be shown to all of us today.
Arguing that Shakespeare is a universal language (try and tell that to the the eleventh grader who is struggling through Hamlet), former convicts are bringing the Bard to troubled Toronto neighborhoods.
The father-son liver transplant that occurred at Toronto General Hospital earlier this week was successful and both father and son are in stable condition.
David Miller may keep fighting, but Porter Airlines will be flying out of the Toronto Island Airport next month. (Right now, on Breakfast Television, Mayor Miller is saying that "people should be outraged" that the Port Authority has not been turned over to the people of the city.)
For those of flying out of our other airport (Pearson International) will have to pay an extra five dollars for the airport improvement fee starting next year.
A stabbing last night has left an east end man in critical condition.
Belinda Stronach is trying to distance herself from the Domi debacle, but it looks like she's going to have to suffer the biggest repercussions as Domi and his wife have reached a settlement.
Residents in the Trinity Bellwoods area brought their concerns over prostitution to local police last night, just hours after City Council approved a new police station in the area.
Toronto's getting a new hockey rink in the west end, which proves that hockey is still more-than-relevant here in the city, unlike in some major US markets.
Of course, it's important not too get too fired up over the sport, as a hockey dad has admitted in court that he strangled a hockey coach after the coach benched his son.
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