Thursday’s headlines

• City reaches deal with TDSB on school pools [Globe & Mail]
• Proposed driver training aims to reduce City-employee collisions [National Post]
• James: Grubby garbage day turns glamorous [The Star]
• City cyclists get no satisfaction [The Sun]
• 74% in Toronto area support sales tax hike if money goes to transit [Globe & Mail]
• 74% of GTA residents support 0.5% sales tax for transit: poll [CBC]
• Nightlife at Harbourfront could fall victim to whining locals [The Star]
• Las Vegas hard sell in Toronto [NOW]
• Woodbine location favoured for Toronto ‘entertainment destination’ [Globe & Mail]
• Woodbine construction to start soon: developer [National Post]
• Toronto casino: Referendum would likely wait until 2014 [The Star]
• Graffiti vandals get fair warning [The Sun]
• Rob Ford introduces graffiti-fighting app [The Grid]
• Rob Ford to skip parade, but urged to attend other Pride events [Globe & Mail]
• Mayor Rob Ford refuses to attend Pride parade [The Star]
• Laughing woman stands by Rob Ford KFC video [The Star]
• Gurney: The Star’s story on Ford visiting KFC has the taste of mockery masquerading as news [National Post]
• Silly weight challenge pounds mayor’s image [The Sun]
• Toronto Zoo loses accreditation over elephant move [Globe & Mail]
• Toronto Zoo loses international accreditation [CBC]
• Green bins versus raccoons: Round 2 [National Post]
• Liverpool to face Toronto FC at Rogers Centre [The Star]
• How auto theft became a dying criminal art in Toronto [The Star]
• Stowaway sneaks past Toronto airport’s security, hides in plane [National Post]
• A 60s staple, the curtain wall, is disappearing from Toronto [Globe & Mail]
• Keenan: My definition of “world-class” [The Grid]