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Morning Brew: May 18, 2007

Photo: "Vista" by blogTO Flickr pooler J.A.L.E.X

Your morning news roundup for Friday, May 18th, 2007:

It may be getting warm outside, but parents should shut their windows when kids are around, as yesterday's incident of two children falling out of a window reminds us all.

We might not be singing God Save the Queen in schools anymore, but one Toronto lawyer wants to take it even further: he wants to remove the oath of allegiance to the Queen from the citizenship process.

If you live in the Dundas and Lansdowne area, hide your cats...and maybe your small children too. A vicious dog is still at loose in the area, which concerns many local residents.

Word of advice: go back and check your bank account statement. Five men have been arrested in a series of ATM scams where they steal your pin with carefully hidden cameras and then withdraw cash from your account.

Fashion Cares has always been a joyous romp, but the Toronto Star is saying that this year's event had very little fashion or care. Does Fashion Cares need to be saved? And if it does, who's going to do it?

Today's Crossroad Puzzle after the jump...

Crossroad Puzzle


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

Yesterday's answer: Humber River at Lake Ontario

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