Tuesday’s Headlines

• Trash plan could save $8M [The Star]
• Trash talk heats up: A closer look at privatization [National Post]
• Peter Kuitenbrouwer: City moves to privatize trash pick-up [National Post]
• City of Toronto to privatize half of downtown garbage pickup by 2012 [Globe & Mail]
• Toronto’s garbage boss isn’t talking trash [Globe & Mail]
• Councillors booted from garbage briefing [The Sun]
• City of Toronto garbage collection by the numbers [The Sun]
• Councillors push to lift road hockey ban [The Sun]

• Toronto Humane Society given suspended sentence over wildlife infractions [The Star]
• Chief ‘disgusted’ as bikers ride over sacred Iroquois site in High Park [The Star]
• Citizens Engaged at Toronto’s First Park Summit [Torontoist]

• Railway relics unearthed at condo project tell history of city’s boom [Globe & Mail]
• Toronto FC building $17M training facility [Globe & Mail]

• The Fixer: Sidewalks a hole-y mess on Manning Ave. [The Star]


  1. I like the idea of TFC building a training facility — most other MLS teams have one, and more green soccer fields (and even the odd bubble) are never bad for the city as far as infrastructure goes, even private infrastructure. But can someone please clarify what land this will sit on at Downsview? Is this part of the area already set aside for development, or is this essentially a piece of the (now abandoned?) Tree City that will be taken over by the fields? Where on this map will TFC’s fields go?


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