No iPod for Back to School

Morning Brew: September 5, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Tuesday, September 5, 2006:

You know the summer is over when students are going back to school and the Toronto police are warning kids not to carry their iPods around with them.

Business owners downtown want more cameras installed in the city in order to encourage tourism.

Kids at Keele Street Public School won't have a principal today, as Maria Pantalone is facing assault charges for hurling human excrement at children.

All that controversy whether Damon Allen should be inducted into the NFL-dominated football hall of fame should be erased, as he broke the pro football passing record yesterday.

The last day of the CNE was marked by a vigil held for fallen soldiers.

In an attempt to prove that the best things in life are free, the weather held up for thousands of fans who attended the annual Beachfest concert at Sunnyside Park yesterday.

David Mirvish's 'precious' Lord of the Rings said its final goodbye to Toronto this weekend as it began its journey over to London.

With the film festival only two days away, controversial film D.O.A.P. is already generating media buzz.

Bombardier may have swayed the TTC, but Councillor Denzil Minnan-Wong is sure city council won't be as easily convinced.

A 15 year-old boy drowned at an airport hotel this weekend in a pool where there was no lifeguard present.

Next time you criticize those 'lazy Americans' remember this: Ontarians work over 3 weeks less annually than our neighbours down south.

(Image: Ned Lyttelton)


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