U OF T – “Race down in your jammies. Just slide on your bunny rabbit slippers and come on down,” says Andy Barrie, the locked-out host of CBC Radio’s Metro Morning. It is 6am on Sept. 23, and he’s calling listeners to the parking lot outside CIUT, the University of Toronto’s campus radio station, where locked-out CBC employees have been producing Toronto Unlocked for the last three weeks. This morning’s chilly party celebrates the last episode of the morning show. A large, brown-paper sign taped to the side of CIUT reading “Toronto Unlocked” is, we are told, the work of a paintbrush-wielding CBC staffer. It is cold, windy and dark — not bunny rabbit slipper-friendly weather.