Monday’s Headlines

CITY COUNCIL
• City Hall Diary: Not always a maze of bureaucracy [The Star]
• City workers’ sick days rise 32 per cent [The Star]
• City fudging numbers on privatizing: union official [National Post]
• Union leader cribs from Toronto mayoralty campaign [Globe & Mail]
• Resident files formal request for audit into Ford election finances [Globe & Mail]

TRANSIT
• TTC should take a page from Money Mart’s book [Globe & Mail]

FEDERAL ELECTION
• Harper and Ignatieff make 905 their battleground [The Star]
• Local councillor suggests street parking after vandalism at homes with Liberal election signs [The Star]
• Toronto ridings spooked by spate of tire slashings [Globe & Mail]

STREETS
• The Fixer: Toronto kicking pothole butt [The Star]
• The Fixer: Disgraceful dumping ground on Gerrard St. [The Star]

NEIGHBOURHOODS
• Dundas-Sherbourne poised for a surprising rebirth [The Star]
• Empowering the next generation of journalists [Globe & Mail]
• Bloor West Village: The city’s newest film strip [Globe & Mail]

HOUSING
• Parkdale fire forces more than 200 residents from their homes [The Star]
• Fiorito: Front-door security disappears at 200 Wellesley [The Star]

HISTORY
• Nostalgia Tripping: Provincial Lunatic Asylum [BlogTO]
• The Black Bull of Yore [Torontoist]
• Historicist: “The House He’s Earned” [Torontoist]