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.

(Image: Tim Shore)


Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in City

Humber Bay Park in Toronto spans two kilometres of the city's shoreline

Man recognizes himself in old photo of Children's Village at Ontario Place

Toronto LifeLabs location comes under fire for xenophobic sign

Buy nothing groups in Toronto are bringing neighbours together during the pandemic

The history of the Humber Heights-Westmount neighbourhood in Toronto

The top 10 options for moving boxes in Toronto

The Guinness World Records museum in Niagara has closed and is auctioning off everything

The TTC is shutting down subway service on part of Line 1 this weekend