Monday’s headlines

CITY HALL
• Toronto’s 5-cent bag ‘fee’ should help plant trees, city told [The Star]
• Mayor Ford’s approval rating up [Globe & Mail]
• Council’s middle plans to push agenda [The Sun]
• Land transfer tax likely to stick around for now [National Post]
• Toronto councillors asked if they will show at Pride [The Sun]
• Should a regional sales tax fund GTA transportation improvements? [National Post]
• Mayor Ford takes a sick day [The Sun]
TRANSIT
• It’ll take a whole lot of money to solve GTA’s transit woes; we’re willing to pay [The Star]
• James: Has Mayor Rob Ford made our transit dreams possible? [The Star]
• Video of TTC subway driver using cellphone prompts investigation [The Star]
• Subway driver caught texting and driving [The Sun]
• TTC investigates video of subway driver using mobile device [CBC]
COMMUTING
• Toronto not the worst place to drive [The Sun]
• Car commuters would pay for relief [The Star]
CYCLING
• Newcomers to Toronto connect to city on two wheels [The Star]
• Cyclists on path to confrontation [The Sun]
EARTH DAY
• Toronto Mayor Rob Ford picks litter at Amesbury Park [The Star]
• Ford gets a blast from clean-up duties [The Sun]
ROUNDHOUSE PARK
• Roundhouse hydro transformer could kill railway museum [Globe & Mail]
• Toronto Hydro pushes aside plans for Roundhouse railway museum [The Star]
DEVELOPMENT & REAL ESTATE
• Hundreds of metres up, the rock stars of Toronto’s building boom help keep the city growing [National Post]
• Weak Start for Trump Site [Wall Street Journal]
• Toronto split over casino proposal, poll finds [National Post]
OTHER NEWS
• Man-made Humber islands would solve two problems at once [Globe & Mail]
• Toronto Hydro’s profit faces risk: DBRS [The Star]
• Hot Docs returns for its 19th edition, now in a new home [National Post]