Now Looks At Far Coast's Coke Connection

Morning Brew: November 23, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Thursday, November 23, 2006:

Now Magazine tackles the Coke connection of the oft-discussed Far Coast Coffee. Did you know Toronto has a "highly developed brewed beverage market?"

The Harbourfront Theatre, previously named for a tobacco product, is now going to be named after a company that produces energy-efficient technology.

PM Harper played with French-Canadian fire yesterday by announcing Quebec as a nation "within a united Canada." I still liked the ring of "distinct society."

From political fire to gunfire, Harper's next step is a stop in Toronto to announce a new gun crime bill later today.

Toronto's east end was peppered with two hit-and-runs yesterday.

In a scary day for parents of school-aged children, one Ontario teacher is under investigation for inappropriate classroom conduct, while a former UCC teacher is only getting house arrest for his sexual misconduct in the science lab.

Leafs give GM Ferguson a contract extension, which is really only news because we're still waiting for the news that Sundin is back in the lineup.

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