Thursday’s headlines

• Is Toronto cutting ‘the right gravy’? Stintz asks [National Post]
• Holyday urges voters to clean up council [The Sun]
• Council punts casino issue to Ford’s executive committee [Globe & Mail]
• Ford loses key vote that puts his contracting-out agenda in peril [Globe & Mail]
• Council defies Ford on contracting-out cleaners [The Star]
• Deputy Mayor Doug Holyday tells voters not to elect more activists, unionists or cyclists [The Star]
• Keenan: Great city–but the service stinks [The Grid]
• New Study Recommends that Toronto open three safe injection sites [Torontoist]
• Legalized injection sites recommended for Toronto and Ottawa [The Sun]
• Three drug injection sites recommended for Toronto, two in Ottawa [The Star]
• Ottawa, Toronto resist call for supervised injection sites [Globe & Mail]
• Silver Snail gets a new home [Torontoist]
• Silver Snail skips the Annex in favour of Yonge & Dundas [BlogTO]
• DVP the weekend place to avoid [The Sun]
• Pearson cooks up innovative dining [The Sun]
• Blitz aims to relieve traffic congestion [The Sun]
• National park plan in works for Rouge Valley [Globe & Mail]
• Toronto doctor offered cosmetic procedures without proper training, certification [Globe & Mail]
• Man shot in Etobicoke over mobile phone dispute [Globe & Mail]
• Toronto students flash mob for International Day of Pink [The Star]
• British transit enthusiast aims at a speed record for visiting subway stations [The Star]
• Toronto condo surge disguises looming slowdown [The Star]
• James: Melonie isn’t the only one [The Star]
• Toronto District School Board to allow 430 laid-off education assistants to retrain as early childhood educators [The Star]
• Sing ‘O Canada’ a capella, Toronto Catholic trustee urges students [The Star]
• Tiny condos [The Grid]
• Top chefs to open shop at Toronto Pearson [The Grid]