Thursday’s Headlines

CITY HALL
• Alice Klein on youth rage and city cuts [NOW]
• Scaring up Ford Nation [NOW]
• Hold the gravy, but keep the meat [The Grid]

FORD & THE SHEPPARD SUBWAY
• Backtracking on transit, Ford seeks a handout [Globe & Mail]
• Toronto mayor asks McGuinty for $650-million to help fund Sheppard subway expansion [Globe & Mail]
• The Sheppard subway line’s troubled history [Globe & Mail]
• ‘New mayor, new deal’: Ford seeks public cash for subway [The Star]
• What Ford and McGuinty talked about [The Star]
• Chris Selley: Why Ford’s Sheppard subway fixation? [National Post]
• Ford pushes McGuinty for subway funding [National Post]
• Ford begs for provincial cash [The Sun]

DEVELOPMENT – MORE GLASS & AN AQUARIUM
• Kuitenbrouwer: Now might be the time to slow our condo frenzy [National Post]
• Developer to replace all balcony glass on three condos [The Star]
• Glass balcony panel shatters over downtown [The Star]
• Toronto councillor calls for probe into falling glass [Globe & Mail]
• A tourist attraction guaranteed to tank…in a good way [The Star]
• Aquarium being built in Toronto – Believe it or not! [The Sun]
• Five things you should know about Toronto’s future aquarium [National Post]

OTHER NEWS
• Toronto, Montreal ranked among the world’s top 20 most expensive cities [Globe & Mail]
• Toronto makes top 10 priciest cities list [The Sun]
• The Fixer: Pump is dry at Toronto’s first public well [The Star]
• London’s iconic underground map could use facelift, designer says. But what about TTC? [The Star]
• Decision to fire addict for stealing upheld [National Post]
• Loose change [NOW]
• How I became a cargo-bike revolutionary [The Grid]
• Moving house – literally [The Grid]
• Junction Triangle residents rally to revamp Dupont Street library [The Grid]