Toronto Hospitals Get Failing Grade

Morning Brew: September 6, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Wednesday, September 6, 2006:

School may have just started, but the Fraser Institute is already issuing report cards, and Toronto's hospitals are getting a failing grade.

As if we weren't already paying too much for cross-country air travel, CanJet has cancelled its Canadian flights, meaning other airlines will probably hike up their fares.

Some people like tearing through a wedding cake to find a ring. I just like eating wedding cake.

A stabbing at a York University student residence is being treated as a murder/suicide, which is a harrowing way for any student to start the year.

When I'm walking down the street downtown, I often stop to dance to the music coming out of the stores. If city council has its way, those same stores will have to start turning the music down.

Beyonce Knowles will play a free concert downtown next week, and all the boys have just gone 'crazy in love'.

MLSE just signed a deal with Rogers, meaning the Rogers Centre may be the just the first of many horrible Rogers-inspired name changes.

Everyone agrees that something needs to be done about the Gardiner Expressway, but city council doesn't want anyone else to know exactly what is being discussed.

(Image: Striatic)


Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in City

Massive downtown Toronto fire halts morning traffic

You can buy an inflatable lawn display that's the perfect ode to Toronto

Massive Toronto bust nets $17M worth of cocaine and other drugs

School buses stolen and taken on joy ride before being dumped in Vaughan creek

Police searching for man who walked into school and punched teacher in the face

Impending snowstorm threatens to impact commute in Toronto

Police seize one home and more than $2M in illegal cannabis and cash in huge bust

Toronto was just deemed the second-fastest rising global city in the world