Tuesday’s headlines

• City wants Casa Loma [The Sun]
• Sir Henry Pellatt, Casa Loma’s big dreamer [The Star]
• Kiwanis Club gives up operation of Casa Loma [Globe & Mail]
• City to take over Casa Loma from Kiwanis Club  [The Star]

• City council deserves the last word on outsourcing [The Star]
• Torontonians in favour of privatized garbage collection, poll shows [Globe & Mail]
• Outsourcing garbage collection up for vote [The Star]

• Don’t call it Caribana – Toronto festival forced to find new moniker [The Star]
• Caribana controversy [The Sun]

• No need to worry about bike-sharing plan: official [National Post]
• Mohawks set up camp in Toronto’s High Park [National Post]
• David Miller’s new job puts a focus on clean energy [National Post]
• Porter: Trees are victims of Regent Park revitalization [The Star]
• James: Mayor’s hands dirty in byelection call [The Star]


  1. Looks like the Museum of the City of Toronto can now finally happen. Just as the city museums in Helsinki, Kansas City and numerous other places. Casa Loma has the grounds and the space and the location to make for a terrific general city museum.

  2. Sorry, what I meant to say above was: “Just as the city museums in Helsinki, Kansas City and numerous other places are located in former private mansions.” (Although purpose built, the Museum of the City of New York just looks like a former private mansion.)

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