Monday’s headlines

ARCHITECTURE & DEVELOPMENT
• Squeezed in, but abounding in open space [Globe & Mail]
• Waterfront revival: Needless spat over the Quay [The Star]

NEIGHBOURHOODS
Riverdale, Junction vie to become world’s first urban carbon neutral neighbourhood [The Star]
• A yard sale without a yard [The Star]
• City wants new name for Freedom Street that cuts through CAMH grounds [Globe & Mail]

CITY BEACHES
• Why doesn’t anyone swim in The Beaches? [National Post]
• Summer fun: City beaches shine [The Star]

ARTS & CULTURE
• Luminato kicks off [The Star]
• India’s cultural centre in Toronto to rival London’s [Globe & Mail]

CITY HALL
• City Hall Diary: A visit to the inner sanctum [The Star]
• Matt Gurney: Rob Ford’s plan to sell assets to cover deficits an insult to taxpayers [National Post]

OTHER NEWS
• The Fixer: Utilities the culprits in crumbling roads, sidewalks [The Star]
• Fiorito: Bedbug battle continues in Lawrence Heights [The Star]
• Enticing expats back home [The Star]
• Power plant becomes election issue [The Star]
• Pylons pay price in bus test drive [National Post]
• Toronto’s war on bikes? [National Post]
• Toronto Timeline: First time at the Roadeo [National Post]
• Last chance to speak at G20 hearing [The Sun]