Two thirds of Toronto Police overweight

Morning Brew: December 4, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Monday, December 4, 2006:

Sometimes, stereotypes are hard to shake, especially when a new survey shows that two-thirds of Toronto's cops are overweight.

It may not be opening for another two months, but Pearson's Terminal One new international wing is definitely dressed to impress, as a few Torontonians got to see yesterday.

If being safe in case of a crash wasn't incentive enough, Ontario had a new seat belt law come into effect Friday which means that if you're in a car, you need to be buckled up.

Yet another shooting has claimed the life of a Toronto man after police found a man bleeding from the head on the road on Sunday morning.

A woman and her child are dead after jumping over a highway overpass last night, which also shut down a good chunk of the 401 on a busy Sunday evening.

An early morning fire kept fire crews in downtown Toronto busy on Sunday morning, as a blaze erupted on the roof of a low-rise building.

Toronto came up dry in the Liberal leadership race, as Quebecois candidateStephane Dion gets ready to take on the post of opposition leader today.

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