Wednesday’s Headlines

Plan envisions John St as ‘spine’ of cultural area [Toronto Star]
Vision for club district… [Toronto Sun]
Toronto just ain’t got that buzz [National Post]

Laying eggs is no walk in the park for turtles [Toronto Star]
A park of a different kind for Forest Hill [National Post]
…But parks are falling apart: Report [Globe & Mail]

Raising St. Clair streetcar is wise [Toronto Star]
More ammunition for Miller’s streetcar bid [Globe & Mail]
Streetcar deal cash cow for province: Report [Toronto Sun]
Eco-study needed to approve electric trains [Toronto Sun]
Parkdale aims to derail diesel plan [Toronto Star]
Contract to build next generation of TTC streetcars would add 5,700 jobs: report [National Post]

Toronto ominously near the end of its fiscal tether [Toronto Star]
Toronto reveals contingency plans as strike deadline nears [National Post]
Garbage levy illegal, Toronto apartment owners say [Globe & Mail]
Tory’s dithering hurts his chance to be mayor [Globe & Mail]

Pillar-talk misleads tourists [Toronto Star]
Clarington incinerator gets Durham staff nod [Toronto Star]
Hard times shut down Hard Rock at the dome [Toronto Star]
New installations to highlight Nuit Blanche [Globe & Mail]
Toronto Chicken buck-buck-bucking for change [Toronto Star]


  1. So much for the LTT, VRT and Garbage fees solving Toronto’s fiscal problems. The projected $350 million shortfall for 2010 might prove to be Miller’s downfall.

    As I have stated before, look for proceeds from land sales to cover up the structural deficit for another year.

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