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Morning Brew: March 28th, 2007

Your morning news roundup for Wednesday March 28th, 2007:

The latest in anti-smoking efforts proposes smoke-free apartment buildings where tenants sign and abide by rules that prevent smoking from occurring in their units. If everyone is willing, why not?

Child obesity is up, and a new report has a series of recommendations that'll have us looking slimmer by the time the Olympics come to Vancouver.

Six consecutive wins at home leave the Leafs still just barely out of a playoff spot in the NHL. With just a handful of games remaining, it's truly do or die time.

More pet deaths have been claimed, and more lawsuits are amounting against Menu Foods. I'm in Boston this morning, and it's still major headline news here.

The fallout from the Ontario lottery scandal continues, and now the OPP police are involved in the investigation. There must be some nervous (rich) folks out there.

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