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Morning Brew: February 6th, 2007

Your morning news roundup for Tuesday February 6th, 2007:

The Oakville father couple are lucky to still have a son. He The mother left the child unattended as she warmed the van, and a thief stole and crashed the van before moving on to steal an unattended warming Hummer. Thankfully Grand Theft Auto GTA didn't result in serious harm to the child.

Mayor Miller is responding to the "utter nonsense" the Queen West Triangle developers are spewing about critics of the disputed condo development project. It looks like taxpayers are going to be paying to appeal in court the powerful OMB decision to allow the project.

Toronto (and Newfoundland) desperately needs your Type-A blood. 42% of you are type A, so make an appointment - and share some of that blood with those in need.

The LCBO is limiting the number of returns to 120 liquor/wine bottles at a time, in an attempt to curb the abuse of the new deposit program. Who actually finds it worth the effort (lugging 120 bottles to the Beer Store can earn the returner $24)?

The new Canada Food Guide is out. The coolest new feature is a personalized guide we can create online and print. Make one for yourself!


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