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Morning Brew: August 27th, 2007


Photo: "Warmish Dawn" by blogTO Flickr pooler worldwidewebdomination.

Your morning news roundup for Monday August 27th, 2007:

Sometime in the coming weeks, the CN Tower will lose its title as the world's tallest free-standing structure. We should quietly add a massive antenna to the top of our tower and then send Dubai a press release.

Brampton is one of the safest places in the world, according to the World Health Organization. Even Zanta has been talking about moving there.

York region Children's Aid Society workers have gone on strike, citing poor wages and insanely crippling workload. If the later is the case, surely they'll be missed during the strike.

A large, rotted willow tree fell and killed an elderly woman who was attending a singles party in a member's yard on the weekend. Homeowners, take a closer look at your trees.

If you're able to set your alarm and wipe the sleep out of your eyes really early tomorrow morning, you may be able to see the moon go copper red during a total lunar eclipse.


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