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Morning Brew: May 11th, 2007

Photo: "construction on dundas 3" by blogTO Flickr pooler inventor_77

Your morning news roundup for Friday May 11th, 2007:

If your new condo move-in date gets pushed back, blame Mario and Luigi. A strike by plumbers may have an effect on developer timelines, and the core of the issue boils down to a few dollars per day in parking stipend.

A Mississauga high school rugby match turned tragic after a violent off-field altercation between two members of opposing teams. The result: a 15-year old is not expected to live, and a 16-year old is likely going to face homicide charges.

What the heck is the mumps? A disease that we've all but forgotten due to near eradication via vaccination is back, and a couple of cases have been confirmed in Toronto. People in their late teens and early 20's are most susceptible, and are also most prone to the act of smooching.

Would a dedicated lane for transit buses help relieve traffic and pollution problems on the DVP? That's the proposal being considered by city council, and it sounds good to me.

Today's Crossroad Puzzle after the jump...

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Recognize this part of the city? Post your answer in the comments. Check for the answer in tomorrow's blogTO Morning Brew.

Yesterday's answer: The Gooderham & Worts building in the Distillery District.

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