Tuesday’s headlines

JACK LAYTON’S MUNICIPAL LEGACY
• Jack Layton ‘a Torontonian first’ [Globe & Mail]
• Jack Layton: Toronto’s gift to Canada [Globe & Mail]
• Jack Layton’s municipal legacy had an impact far beyond Toronto [The Star]
• Toronto-Danforth mourns Layton: ‘He had the courage of his convictions’ [The Star]
• Jack Layton’s letter to Canadians [National Post]
• Gutsy Jack – a tough socialist [The Sun]
• Chris Selley: More than anything else, Jack Layton believed in Canada [National Post]

REMEMBERING AND MOURNING JACK LAYTON
• A city mourns for Jack Layton [NOW]
• Jack Layton: May his spirit smile on [The Grid]
• Christie Blatchford: Layton’s death turns into a thoroughly public spectacle [National Post]
• ‘Change the world’: Layton says in final letter [National Post]
• Sombre Ford remembers Layton’s lessons [National Post]
• Toronto mourns and remembers Jack Layton [National Post]
• Layton gave a ‘voice to the powerless’: Holyday [National Post]
• City hall vigil for Layton [The Sun]
• Levy: Layton had a ‘human touch’ [The Sun]
• Orange crush for Jack Layton [The Sun]
• Hundreds attend vigil for Layton [The Sun]

OTHER NEWS
• Universities endorse pedestrian-only space [The Star]
• Man accused of threatening mayor to get medical assessment [The Star]
• Burlington feeling pier pressure [The Star]
• Fans push to rename street for developer [The Star]
• Hudak promises more cash for students [The Sun]

One comment

  1. I’m of the opinion that Blatchford’s article was too irreverent.

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