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Morning Brew: March 26th, 2007

Your morning news roundup for Monday March 26th, 2007:

Don't feed the birds. And most certainly don't take 300 birds in as house guests because they won't get along with the mice (and doing so may land you a trip to the psychiatric hospital).

Toronto and several surrounding cities in southern Ontario are on the list as appropriate sites for underground nuclear waste disposal. If there's one thing Toronto really needs, it's an evil comic book villain who is created by exposure to toxic waste resulting in genetic mutations. It'll be good for tourism.

Don't let your pets eat that poisoned food, and don't eat your pet's food for crying out loud! Is this the real deal, or an ambulance chaser?

The probe into the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Commission related to fraud by vendors is expected to be released to today, and is expected to be scathing. Apparently CEO Duncan Brown was forced to resign.

The CBC has learned that the problem of Canadians losing their citizenship due to an obscure, outdated law is actually far worse than the federal government has let on. Ten times worse.

Today is the last day to apply for what looks like an amazing photography internship at Spacing Magazine, and this week is the final week of their super fun "name this intersection" Toronto history series.

(photo: blogTO Flickr pooler DanielN)


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