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Morning Brew: October 13, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Friday, October 13, 2006:

Global warming? My brother doesn't believe in it now that he's seen snow in the city in October.

That rich uncle of yours could come in handy now, as BikeShare has hit some financial woes and needs some money to keep operating.

It's so easy to make a bomb these days thanks to the internet, even people in the middle of domestic disputes seem to be trying to use them.

Turns out that the seventeen year old girl that had gone missing was just hiding away from mom for a little while.

The ban on cell phone use while driving is one step closer to reality. Now, let's ban people trying to do their hair and nails while driving too. (I saw one on the 401 today, seriously.)

CityTV came to the rescue by persuading a dognapper to return the family pet to the rightful owner.

A group of environmental advocates have demanded a review of the province's air pollution policies, and Dalton McGuinty is probably shaking in his boots.

The judge accused of improper conduct has now been officially charged by the RCMP for seducing a South Korean refugee.

In true hockey player fashion, Ken Dryden might be down but he sure isn't out, as he refuses to quit from the leadership race.

Three years ago, an explosion killed seven people — and forced Apache Burger to close for the day — at a strip mall in Etobicoke. Now, the construction company is being held accountable.

A retired UCC teacher was found guilty yesterday of sexually assaulting two Grade 7 students just over ten years ago. After all the complaints they've been getting, it looks like UCC might need to drag some skeletons out of the closet.

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