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Morning Brew: September 10th, 2007


Photo: "Brad Pitt Madness" by blogTO Flickr pooler Sam Javanrouh.

Your morning news roundup for Monday September 10th, 2007:

TIFF talks wow audiences. Don Cheadle speaks out about Darfur and Bill Maher and Larry Charles break down religion. Today - Former President Jimmy Carter in conversation at the Ryerson Theatre.

At York University, the school year is off to a less than stellar start as two women were raped while sleeping in their unlocked dorm rooms.

The Weekend to End Breast Cancer raised $17.3 million for Princess Margaret Hospital. 5,521 walkers participate in Toronto event.

The Jays lay an egg in Tampa Bay and lose 2 out of 3 weekend games, dealing a serious blow to any hopes for a playoff spot. Related - Thomas speaks out about Glaus steroid issue.

And, finally, in another blow for the former Leaf's enforcer, our national newspaper reports that MP Belinda Stronach and Tie Domi are no longer item.


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