Ontario Looking to Buy Power from Manitoba

Morning Brew: November 20, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Monday, November 20, 2006:

Dalton McGuinty's new strategy to avoid a blackout: why save energy when you can buy energy from Manitoba?

As if driving downtown on a Monday morning wasn't tough enough, a broken water main is shutting down traffic on Lakeshore today.

A new study is proving that gridlock is not only causing remarkable frustrations to people trying to get around the city, but is also causing economic strain to the city as well.

I'm still going to say it's a little early to be thinking about the man in the red suit, but yesterday's Santa Claus parade delighted hundreds of thousands of people in the city.

I know people that actually try and bribe the cell phone carriers in the city to get a 416 number. Apparently, being a 647-er makes you feel a bit like an outsider.

A bizarre incident outside a Toronto nightclub on Saturday morning was caught on video surveillance camera.

Two massive video game console launches in one weekend means lots and lots of cold gamers waiting in line overnight, as the launch of the PS3 and Wii proved.

Next time you cut someone off on the street, watch out. They might be packing more than you think.


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