Monday’s Headlines

CITY COUNCIL
• City Hall Diary: Getaway offers a new perspective [The Star]
• Inside Rob Ford’s brain trust [Globe & Mail]
• Toronto City Council’s delay of game: Levy [The Sun]

FEDERAL ELECTION
• Who Cares About 15 Million Urban Voters? [Torontoist]
• What would candidates do for cities? [OpenFile]

TRANSPORTATION
• The Fixer: Drivers forced to peer around strange structure [The Star]
• Fiorito: The Red Rocket philosopher speaks [The Star]

ARCHITECTURE & DEVELOPMENT
• Hume: On the waterfront, Doug Ford needs a business lesson [The Star]
• Doug Ford sees stadium in waterfront’s future [Globe & Mail]
• Developer dismayed by Ford threat to waterfront project [Globe & Mail]
• Becoming ‘Silicon Valley North’ [Globe & Mail]
• Mayor Ford says Waterfront Toronto work under review [National Post]
• Peter Kuitenbrouwer: Waterfront’s bright future still only on the billboards [National Post]

URBAN GREEN
• Toronto’s green gems [The Star]
• Workers tackle two waterfront oil spills [The Star]
• Parks offer ‘happiness quotient,’ says heroine of Prospect Park [The Star]
• Toronto park groups band together, hoping for city hall’s ear [Globe & Mail]

CULTURE
• Pack their trunks! Barker says Toronto’s too cold for elephants [The Star]
• Councillor demands Pride promise to ban Queers Against Israeli Apartheid [The Star]
• Queers Against Israeli Apartheid issues parade ‘challenge’ to Mayor Ford [Globe & Mail]
• Posted Toronto Political Panel: QuAIA vs. Rob Ford — is either one bluffing? [National Post]
• Tale of two Pan Am bids and $9M difference [The Sun]

OTHER NEWS
• Police documented hundreds on G20 weekend [The Star]
• New book puts Roncesvalles Avenue on Toronto’s literary map [Globe & Mail]
• Nostalgia Tripping: Long Branch Village [BlogTO]