Tuesday’s headlines

• Toronto wants to profit from going green [The Star]
• Toronto councillor steamed over plan to dig up potato farm [The Sun]
• Cusimano’s right to vote in Ward 9 questioned [The Star]
• Atwood or Doug Ford: Who would you rather dine with? [Globe & Mail]
• Atwood and Ford battle for title of best lunch companion [National Post]
• Win lunch with Doug Ford! [The Star]
• Tax essay can win you free lunch [The Sun]

• Ford’s ‘abrupt and odd’ move to take control of port lands denounced [Globe & Mail]
• Fords seek to revise waterfront plan that was years in the making [Globe & Mail]
• Queen’s Park cool, Ottawa warmer to city’s pitch for waterfront control [The Star]
• City wants to take over port lands development, possibly build monorail [National Post]
• George Brown a proud part of Toronto’s waterfront plan [Globe & Mail]
• Public schools put oars in the water [Globe & Mail]

• James: City needs a few more Jacks [The Star]
• Layton’s ‘common touch’ [The Sun]
• City bungling sours playground dream: Levy [The Sun]
• Dufferin Grove residents stage sleep-over protest [The Grid]
• Report from Mississauga inquiry should not be delayed, councillor says [National Post]