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Morning Brew: October 27, 2006


Your morning news roundup for Wednesday, October 27, 2006

Now Magazine's annual Best of Toronto awards came out yesterday. Guess who won best blog!

The Toronto Maple Leafs will screen seven games in 25 movie theatres across Ontario starting this Thursday. Not that we need to see a 5-0 loss on any bigger of a screen.

The TTC has decided to finally join the party and show wait times at bus and streetcar stops.

Another day, another drug bust. This time, at a church.

The Toronto Coalition for Active Transportation (TCAT for short) has released their survey of Mayor and City Council candidates. See how your ward is stacking up.

Today is also Bike Friday.

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