Former Raptor GM Moves to New York

Morning Brew: September 29, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Friday, September 29, 2006:

CEO of the Toronto Board of Trade and former Raptors GM Glen Grunwald is leaving Toronto to go to another dismally bad team, the New York Knicks.

Pirates of the seas beware: US Coast Guard boats on the Great Lakes will now have machine guns on board.

Paul plays speed chess in Toronto to go back to see his ailing father in Jamaica. I wonder what happens if you beat him?

Toronto-based members of the Hell's Angels biker gang have been arrested in raids across Ontario.

Nobody likes a two-pony race, especially Stephen LeDrew, who is contemplating on becoming the third major (there are several other lesser known candidates) player in the mayoral race.

Some of the few cops that are accused of committing injustices in this city are still being paid to sit at home on suspension while their cases await trial. Bill Blair wants to change that so that pay can be suspended as well.

Apparently, even your local coffee shop isn't a car-free zone, as a minivan crashed into a Coffee Time and injured a woman in her 50s.

Toronto police officers will soon be carrying tasers to help battle crime. Lightsabres are next on the shopping list.

(Image: John Maynard)


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