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Morning Brew: March 5th, 2007

Your morning news roundup for Monday March 5th, 2007:

After that crazy storm last week ended, problems continued - including incidents of ice falling from the CN Tower. CityTV interviewed one of the victims (and even showed us his lacerations).

In other ice news, NHL Player's Association execs in Toronto are under the spotlight as police investigate allegations of email tampering. Accounts of players who challenged the hiring of a director may have been accessed, and in some cases blocked.

The discovery of the body of a dead Niagara region sex worker (the 5th such finding since 1996) is creating fears that there may be a serial killer still on the loose.

Harper and McGuinty hung out this weekend. More federal money has been promised to Ontario to help fight climate change and improve transit. How will this affect Miller's strategy to get more money for Toronto?

Buy low, sell high. World markets took a huge fall again today. Anyone want to predict how much the TSX will fall as a result?

It's going to be frigid cold again, with some wild winds expected over the next day. Wear a hat and scarf, folks.

(photo: blogTO Flickr pooler gardinergirl)


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