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Morning Brew: November 1, 2006.

Your morning news roundup for Wednesday, November 1, 2006:

You're being watched. The TTC is installing security cameras on most buses and streetcars across the city. Now they'll be able to see how few of us are wearing the merch.

Police may soon be looking for suspects in what appears to be a suspicious balcony-fall death in the east end last night.

Alesse & Triphasil, two popular brands of birth control pills are nearly out of stock across the nation. Scrabble, anyone?

Toronto's Crime Stoppers program is apparently as good as it gets on planet earth, according to this year's International Crime Stoppers Conference.

Hit-and-run driver being asked by police to turn himself in after the death of student, Andy Maldonado on Sunday. Police are looking for a beige US-make vehicle.

The Ontario NDP proudly donated $1.1. million to the United Way of Greater Toronto to support youth drop-in centres.


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