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Morning Brew: September 14th, 2007


Photo: "Drunkeness Permit Suspended" by blogTO Flickr pooler Metrix X.

Your morning news roundup for Friday September 14th, 2007:

TTC considers zoned fares.

Students stage sit-in at Toronto-area Tim Hortons.

Bell removes billboards featuring a punk-rock-era reference to a Nazi death camp.

Watch that loonie soar! But rise of Canadian dollar hurting Toronto's manufacturing sector.

Because we missed it yesterday, Colin Farrell buys Toronto homeless man clothes from Europe Bound, pays first and last month rent.

Panhandler at Spadina and Dundas assaults convertible driver.

The Matt Damon hosted One X One Foundation gala raises 1 million this year.

In another case of our own politicians not endorsing our own health care system, Belinda Stronach, the MP for Newmarket-Aurora and former cabinet minister, travelled to California for cancer treatment.

And finally, in sports news, Jays beat Yankees on Thomas' walk off single.


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