Monday’s headlines

CITY HALL & THE THREAT OF LAYOFFS
• Toronto mayor to city staff: take a buyout or face layoffs [Globe & Mail]
• Ford should have known he’d break promises on service cuts and layoffs [Globe & Mail]
• Take buyout or be laid off, Ford warns workers [The Star]
• Showdown looms over city workers’ contracts [The Star]
• Matt Gurney: Layoffs are legitimate option for Ford’s imperfect office [National Post]
• Massive tax hike would be crushing [The Sun]
• Fresh charges for man accused of death threat against Ford [The Star]
• Is it bad for cities to be in debt? Not necessarily [The Star]

MAMMOLITI, FACEBOOK, & COMMUNISTS
• Ford Canada asks Toronto councillor to remove company logo from Facebook page [Globe & Mail]
• In praise of Toronto counicllors who don’t troll Facebook [Globe & Mail]
• Real communists consider complaint against Mammoliti [The Star]
• Giorgio Mammoliti: Political provocateur turned Rob Ford spokesman [The Star]

TTC
• We may not know much about art, but we know what we don’t like [The Star]
• A sobering thought for streetcar-door passers [The Star]

DEVELOPMENT
• Hume: The new Toronto reaches to Infiniti [The Star]
• Glass falls from Annex condo [The Star]
• The Grove food emporium gets set to take over St. Patrick Market [The Grid]

ARTS & CULTURE
• Meals on wheels: Is Toronto finally getting food trucks? [National Post]
• Stage workers’ union quiet after lockout [The Star]
• City locks out theatre workers at St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts [The Star]
• 1 Love T.O. pop-up shop opens on Dundas [The Grid]

OTHER NEWS
• Country in the City: Fishin’ by the Old Mill and the stream [The Star]
• Living near the airport has its high points [The Star]
• Cedar canoe on big waters ‘a survival game’ [National Post]
• Deer shot by police after being struck by car near High Park [The Star]
• Retiring deputy chief calls G20 reaction overblown [The Star]
• Deputy chief retiring after 45 years with few regrets [The Star]