Morning Brew: November 30, 2006
Your morning news roundup for Thursday, November 30, 2006:
You know that awesome fog that Jerrold has been taking photos of and that has been blanketing our city? Blame the warm air. Luckily for us (and for skiiers), it's going to get a bit colder this weekend.
Cooking superstar and heartthrob-in-an-apron Jamie Kennedy threw his support behind a farmer that wants to legalize the sale of unpasteurized milk.
I can't understand why anyone in their right mind would think of planting razor blades in a park for children.
Two more pedestrians have been killed in a deadly night on Toronto's slick roads.
All you city councilors that are hoping to come in as the new TTC Chair, Karen Stintz has a short message for you.
Toronto's online Crime Stoppers site has become an example for other agencies around the world. What would be a better example is if we could eradicate major crime and not even need the service, but that's just the idealist in me talking.
In a rare find, there's a report card that gives Ontario some pretty decent grades, most specifically regarding wait times for cardiac bypass surgery.
Eye Weekly is blogging the federal Liberal Convention. I'm not sure that's the most exciting gig you can give a writer, so I hope it goes well, Edward. Enjoy the trip to Montreal.
If you haven't already done so, mark it on your calendars: tomorrow is World AIDS Day. Stephen Harper has decided to pick this year's day of awareness to finally fulfill Canada's pledge of millions of dollars to fight the disease.
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