Wednesday’s Headlines

• Josh Matlow to fight for ball hockey rights [The Star]
• NOW magazine files complaint against Ford to integrity officer [Globe & Mail]
• New temp parking permits proposed [The Sun]
• Minutes: The left has a win and Mammoliti gets spiteful [OpenFile]

• The case against private garbage collection [The Star]
• Privatization of trash pickup could jeopardize diversion, green group says [The Star]
• Trash talk heats up: A closer look at privatization [National Post]
• Contracting out garbage won’t hurt environment [The Sun]

• The Fixer: Uninformed drivers go west on eastbound street [The Star]
• Why the Cycling Advisory Committee should be saved [BlogTO]

• TTC’s Wheel-Trans confronts financial constraints, faces tough choices [The Star]
• Fiorito: Common sense from the Red Rocket philosopher [The Star]
• TTC bylaw instructs users to leave sauntering outside [National Post]
• Some TTC collectors understocking Metropasses to avoid cash pileup: audit [National Post]
• TTC shelters peppered with pellets [The Sun]

• Sparks fly in debate over Canada’s first “near urban” national park in GTA [The Star]
• Activists Worry BMXers Are Riding on a First Nations Burial Site [Torontoist]
• Agriculture venture takes root in city [OpenFile]

• Poverty hides in the suburbs: Will ‘priority neighbourhoods’ help? [Globe & Mail]
• Humane Society takes first steps toward obtaining new wildlife license [National Post]
• Inside the Don Jail: One of Canada’s most harrowing prisons is about to close [Globe & Mail]
• Nick’s world is melting away [The Sun]
• The great Toronto fire of 1904 [BlogTO]