Friday’s headlines

• Toronto should establish parties at municipal level [National Post]
• Peat: Regent Park condo sales scrutinized [The Sun]
• Hume: How the young are still waging the war on the car [The Star]
• PETA plans to send ‘Lettuce Ladies’ to Toronto Mayor’s weigh-in [National Post]
• TDSB offers retraining to laidoff EA’s [The Sun]
• Former Maple Leaf captain Rick Vaive not guilty of impaired driving [The Star]
• Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation launches $1 billion fundraising drive [The Star]
• Whitby woman calls for private tree bylaw [The Star]
• Prehistoric Toronto: The Terrain of Our City Through the Ages [Torontoist]
• Fiorito: Shelter housing not enough [The Star]
• Toronto parking garage costs more than a car [The Star]
• Five housing hot spots in Toronto [The Star]
• Toronto condo starts show no sign of cooling [Globe & Mail]]
• Crown wants Byron Sonne case reopened after bomb squad raid on alleged G20        plotter’s house [National Post]
• Keenan: So, you want to start a brothel? [The Grid]
• Cherry Blossom Watch 2012 [Torontoist]