Wednesday’s headlines

TAXI LICENSING
• City to study woes of taxi-licensing industry [Globe & Mail]
• Taxi controversy boils over at City Hall [National Post]
• Ambassador cabby loses licence after attack [The Sun]
• Minnan-Wong chased down hall as taxi war off to raucous start [The Star]

TORONTO HUMAN SOCIETY
• Trow loses THS board bid amid cheers [National Post]
• Former president fails in bid to regain control over humane society [Globe & Mail]

POLICE LAYOFFS
• Layoffs possible as city asks Blair to reduce police staff by 10 per cent [Globe & Mail]
• Crime spikes in cities with police layoffs [The Star]

COMPETITIVE KITE FLYING
• City considers restrictions on kite-flying rather than all-out ban [Globe & Mail]
• City to throw book at kite outlaws [National Post]
• Fine people $300 for flying competitive kites, committee says [The Star]

OTHER NEWS
• Artist says city erased mural it paid him to [The Star]
• GO Transit bus catches fire [The Star]
• Ford Nation in the minority at the budget consultations [The Star]
• The Fixer: Pedestrians trashing ravine woodlot at Islington and Dixon [The Star]
• Ryerson student gets a say in reshaping social housing [Globe & Mail]

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