Tuesday’s headlines

• Ford team set tone for municipal labour talks [Globe & Mail]
• City Hall on the right track: Ford [The Sun]
• City should be searching for new revenue: Mammoliti [The Sun]
• Rob Ford’s “Woman Problem” Not His Alone [Torontoist]
• Bikini-clad vegans crash Mayor Ford’s weigh-in [CBC]
• Gee: City hall critics of a feather tweet together [Globe & Mail]
• Lorinc: L.A. transit advocate has some advice for Toronto politicians [Globe & Mail]
• California Dreaming Up New Ways to Fund Public Transit [Torontoist]
• Christian group will place posters in subway [The Sun]
• Let’s run through that 10K race calendar one more time, Toronto [Globe & Mail]
• Rabies diagnosed in Toronto man [CBC]
• Toronto sees first case of rabies in more than 80 years [The Star]
• Oprah brings Lifeclass to Toronto [CBC]
• Double whammy: Oprah and the Donald in Toronto at the same time [Globe & Mail]
• Trump talks up Toronto tower [Globe & Mail]
• James: Toronto’s damaging self-deprecation [The Star]
• Gee: Foundation wants philanthropists to donate ‘a little love’ to city [Globe & Mail]
• Toronto’s construction industry is booming [The Sun]
• Builder to use mesh to combat falling glass concerns [The Star]
• U of T takes engineering lessons to the streets [The Star]
• Toronto Star’s Randy Starkman dead at 51 [The Star]
• Pride Toronto issues invitation to Rob Ford [The Star]
• Toronto police officer in stable condition after being stabbed in neck [Globe & Mail]