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Morning Brew: September 12th, 2007


Photo: "The Scene" by blogTO Flickr pooler bigdaddyhame.

Your morning news roundup for Wednesday September 12th, 2007:

Community centres might open on Mondays, a City Hall source tells the Toronto Star. The issue will go before coucil on September 26th,

September 11th prank? A Second World War era hand grenade was found in a pillow case donated to a used clothing store in the East Mall.

The Sandwich Patrol feeds Toronto's homeless.

North America's first dramatic interactive film had its world premiere last night at the Royal Cinema.

And finally, the Yankees pumelled the Jays. Season over.


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