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Morning Brew: November 2, 2006.

Your morning news roundup for Thursday, November 2, 2006:

A new seatbelt law in Ontario means every passenger will have to buckle up or take the bus instead.

Seatbelts were the last thing on Jeff Chan's mind when he was thrown into a black SUV and abducted on Tuesday. Today's he's safe and sound in hospital after showing up at a police station last night.

The TSX took a big hit due to government action, and Toronto's World Expo bid is falling from reach due to government inaction.

But hey, the Leafs won.


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