Thursday’s headlines

CITY HALL
• Mayor Rob Ford’s conflicts of interest date back to 2005 [The Star]
• Fight Rob Ford on the facts, not the technicalities [Globe & Mail]
• CUPE poll shows Toronto loves its librarians [The Star]
• Toronto librarians say system moving toward ‘big box store’ model [National Post]
• Library strike looms [NOW]
• City wants to scrap protection for workers under 17 years seniority [The Sun]
• Anti-union propaganda from a union guy [The Grid]
• Public-housing agency trying to recoup $60,000 from former CFO [Globe & Mail]

TRANSPORTATION
• TTC’s Byford brings fresh thinking to foul washrooms [The Star]
• Taking the piss out of the TTC [The Grid]
• New service brings app-summoned cars to Toronto [National Post]
• Pro-subway portion may be cut from Sheppard report: Chong [The Sun]
• Close vote expected on Sheppard transit [The Sun]
• In Scarberia, it’s LRT all the way [NOW]
• Etobicoke residents supportive of resurrected Finch LRT [Torontoist]

OTHER NEWS
• Oshawa mayor gives 10 reasons why Oshawa is not the middle of nowhere. Take notice, Jann Arden [The Star]
• Toronto recycling: what does it take to get citizens to recycle properly? [The Star]
• Toronto museum wouldn’t remount James ossuary display, vice-president says [Globe & Mail]
• Shining arbor [The Grid]
• Ghost City: 382 College St. [The Grid]
• Life in the coffin factory [The Grid]
• Off the wall: Waxhead – creating graffiti with crayons for adults [Torontoist]