Wednesday’s headlines

JACK LAYTON’S PASSING
• Layton’s death sparks impromptu memorial at Nathan Philips Square [Globe & Mail]
• Honoring Layton’s legacy in Toronto [The Star]
• Kuitenbrouwer: Friends? Jack Layton had a few [National Post]
• A city mourns Jack Layton [The Sun]
• Questioning the cost of Layton’s state funeral [The Sun]

TTC & TRAFFIC
• TTC employee viciously beaten [National Post]
• Ban those who attack TTC employees [The Sun]
• Anti-Rob Ford graffiti takes new subway train out of service [The Star]
• TTC Rocket briefly halted by anti-Ford graffiti [National Post]
• Toronto remains worst Canadian city for commuting [The Star]
• New York’s high-tech traffic system deals with congestion in real time [Globe & Mail]

‘FREE’ NURSES
• City votes in favour of 3 ‘bed-bug’ nurses [Globe & Mail]
• Ford likely to accept ‘free’ nurses this time [The Star]
• Ford administration accepts provincially-funded nurses to fight bed bugs [National Post]

OTHER NEWS
• A hamlet on the verge of extinction [Globe & Mail]
• ‘Dr. Brick’ offers lessons in preservation [The Star]
• Are our dreams coming true? [The Star]
• Atwood is a prize in Library Union’s contest [The Star]
• Libraries offers free ride: Levy [The Sun]
• Re-engineering the city for a frugal future [National Post]
• Earthquake felt along eastern seaboard [National Post]