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Morning Brew: September 11th, 2007


Photo: "awesome" by blogTO Flickr pooler Minnosma.

Your morning news roundup for Monday September 11th, 2007:

Former US President Jimmy Carter and his wife received a standing ovation when he spoke at Ryerson as part of TIFF. Surprisingly the event didn't sell out.

There will be more options to get from Toronto to Beijing by 2009 as Air China adds flights.

The Globe has more details behind the cancelation of StreetWars Toronto (previewed here).

The Ontario Parliament has dissolved. Let the name-calling and mud-slinging begin continue.

The Revue will re-open on October 4th and they have asked the public to choose from among a bunch of films we've already seen too many times to be their first screening.

The Blue Jays blow it again in the 9th.

And, finally, just when we thought star-gazing was the province of TIFF, the Star tells us the original star-gazer is likely to be sold.


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