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Morning Brew: September 24th, 2007


Photo: "gardiner humber" by blogTO Flickr pooler me.

Your morning news roundup for Monday September 24th, 2007:

Ummm... what referendum? About 50% of Ontarians polled don't know about it. If you don't know about it, read up on it. It's rather significant.

Crack cocaine is hugely popular in Toronto. About 50% of the city's homeless that were polled used crack regularly this year.

Long-time favourite after-hours hang out the Matador may soon be a parking lot. Job security for the woman in the trench coat that sells mickies of vodka has never been worse.

A death triggered by a routine liposuction treatment by an unqualified person has led to a probe by the coroner.

Fires continue to burn and some continue to look like arson.

It took a staggering 824 minutes, but the Toronto FC finally scored a goal. And lost 2-1.


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