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Morning Brew: January 29th, 2007

Your morning news roundup for Monday January 29th, 2007:

The over-priced, privately-owned 407 Express Toll Route has plans to begin offering gas and usage discounts to loyal, heavy users. I wonder if charges for giving birth to babies on the side of the highway are found in the fine print?

Another significant piece of concrete from the hurting Gardiner Expressway fell onto Lakeshore Boulevard below. Fortunately, no vehicles were directly hit by the comet.

The Bloor Street viaduct was shut down for part of the weekend after a passing pedestrian reported feeling electrical shocks and a dog's fur was slightly singed. Eddy Grant won't be staging a comeback.

The government of Canada is being sued for $335million by an American investor who claims that changes the Ontario government made to our garbage handling plans are costing his company economic loses stink. How is this even possible? Thank NAFTA.

(photo: blogTO Flickr pooler neuroticjose)


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