Morning Brew: September 25th, 2007
Photo: "Another" by blogTO Flickr pooler me.
Your morning news roundup for Tuesday September 25th, 2007:
The high for today could reach 31oC with humidex values at about 40oC. Weird weather, n'est-ce pas?
The 427N collectors were closed for most of yesterday after yet another fatal accident involving a speeding tractor trailer. Witnesses and police are trying to understand why the truck barreled into stalled traffic.
The two men accused of multiple sexual assaults at a York University dorm have been freed on bail.
The preliminary hearings in the high profile bomb plot arrests that shocked Toronto have been cancelled and instead the case will go straight to trial. 15 people face terrorism-related charges, and their lawyers are not happy.
A heavy mice infestation has forced the shut-down of a major food storage facility in Toronto. The location in question serves 250 stores across Ontario, including all A&P, Dominion and Food Basics stores.
Montreal's Patrick Watson won the Polaris prize (sample his music).
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