Morning Brew: January 30th, 2007

Your morning news roundup for Tuesday January 30th, 2007:

Terminal 2 at Pearson Airport is officially closed as of 9:20 pm last night. From one Montrealer to all you Torontonians, I gotta ask, why is everyone so distraught?

Safety advocates say a senior didn't have to die in a fire near Main and Danforth yesterday. Should sprinkler systems be mandatory in newly built homes? Vancouver thinks so.

York Region Transit is busy preparing for a terrorist strike. Jack Bauer might have everyone in a tizzy these days, but one has to wonder what kind of precautions they're talking about.

Botched surgeries are ruining the paydays of Toronto's sex workers. The doctor denies negligence, but when your boobs touch in the middle without the help of a Wonderbra, you know something's up.

I've told you once, I've told you a thousand times, video games are good for you.

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