Newsstand: August 3, 2009
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Newsstand: August 3, 2009

Schreiber’s Canadian saga is over (Globe and Mail): “Karlheinz Schreiber was whisked onto an overnight flight by RCMP officers last night after an Ontario Superior Court judge dismissed his last-gasp court challenge to delay his extradition to Germany.” [More coverage on CBC.]
3 Swimmers presumed dead in Ontario’s Muskoka region (CBC): “Three Toronto-area residents are missing and presumed drowned in central Ontario’s Muskoka region. Ontario Provincial Police said seven people were swimming in a pooled area at Moon River Falls on Sunday afternoon when only four emerged from the water, two of them suffering from minor injuries.”
Police investigate body in Etobicoke (Toronto Star): “The Toronto homicide squad is investigating the death of a 17-year-old Toronto man found in a hydro field in north Etobicoke Sunday afternoon.”
Crews Make Quick Work Of Temporary Dump Sites (CityNews): “Crews have spent the weekend hauling away 25,000 tonnes of trash from temporary dump sites after the city’s six-week-long garbage strike.”
Caribana a success despite strike, recession: Organizers (CP24): “Weeks of Caribana festivities wrapped up Sunday at De Scotiabank Caribana Lime. It featured all types of food, music, song, dance, theatrical drama and story telling. Steelpan drummers made their way all the way from Trinidad and Tobago to participate.”
Wild side has a dark side in the Annex (Toronto Star): “A mass of sweaty bodies twist to a Sean Paul beat, beer bottles and plastic cups in hand, as the pounding bass carries down Brunswick Ave.”