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Morning Brew: October 26, 2006


Your morning news roundup for Wednesday, October 26, 2006

A shipment of pumpkins and yams was tracked closely by Toronto Police into the GTA, after 600 kilograms of hashish was found as it entered Halifax from Jamaica.

The Guardian Angels are now saying they are "in Toronto to stay" after getting an anonymous donation. The group had planned to announce that they were shutting down Wednesday.

A polar bear has been killed by a Mosquito at the Toronto Zoo. Beloved Kunik may be the first case of a polar bear contracting the deadly West Nile virus.

The dream for a World Expo in Toronto also died today when Ottawa and Queen's Park decided not to support the bid.

David Miller has announced his plan for expanding transit across Toronto if he is elected. Unlike Pitfield's plan, Miller will do it without subways.

photo by flickr user ckaiserca


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