Monday’s headlines

• Political panel: Mixed signals on campaign expenses [National Post]
• Full audit of Ford’s campaign expenses ordered [Globe & Mail]
• Ford’s election campaign to undergo audit [The Sun]

• Forget Paris — Toronto is where it’s at [The Star]
• Hume: Why being second-best should suit Toronto just fine [The Star]

• Toronto’s Brick Works honoured [The Sun]
• Leslie Spit’s cacophony of birds [National Post]

• Public hearings on G20 set for Toronto [Globe & Mail]
• All eyes on Maria Augimeri after byelection call [The Star]
• Toronto’s taxi system is broken; here comes another round of cab wars [The Star]
• Fiorito: Why Toronto should be envious of Chicago [The Star]
• Electric GO trains could run like a surface subway [The Star]

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  1. The Clean Train Coalition’s proposal for the province to abandon its elite, business-class concept for the Pearson-to-Union Station shuttle and turn it into public transit is an incredibly sensible plan that if implemented would represent a quantum leap in transit infrastructure for residents in the NWest corner of the City. More than any other suggestion that has come forward, this would truly represent good value.

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