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• What got cut in Toronto’s 2012 budget [The Star]
• Service cuts [NOW]
• Budget 2012: the votes [Torontoist]
• How Toronto city council voted: Josh Colle bill to restore services [The Star]
• Hume: Toronto budget leaves everyone a winner – and loser [The Star]
• Ford was victorious in the budget war of 2012, but the next year could be an uphill battle [National Post]
• Rookie councillor Josh Colle rises, mayor slips after budget battle [National Post]
• Q and A: Councillor Josh Colle, surprise face of vote against Ford cuts [The Star]
• If Rob Ford can’t cut spending in Toronto, who can? [Globe & Mail]
• Toronto is bigger than its mayor [The Grid]
• Budget 2012: the reaction round-up [The Grid]
• Scarborough surprise [The Grid]
• Rob Ford’s budget bender [NOW]
• Ford’s budget fails [NOW]
• Budget battle not a loss for Ford [The Sun]
• Holyday points the finger at budget turncoats [The Sun]
• Toronto budget chief: I’m not resigning [Globe & Mail]
• Cut council in half: Mammoliti [The Sun]
• Toronto city councillor Giorgio Mammoliti is out to get ‘repeat deputers’ like Mary T. Hynes [The Star]
• Occupy protesters camp out near city hall [The Star]

• CUPE launching TV ads to promote city workers [National Post]
• Labour pains [NOW]

• TTC’s $5 million windfall may not help bus riders [The Star]
• Extra transit cash should go to streetcars, TTC chair says [Globe & Mail]
• New money doesn’t mean more TTC service: Stintz [The Sun]
• We can’t preserve service, says TTC chair [NOW]
• Fired companies and rejected contracts in York region transit strike [Torontoist]

• Scotiabank set to sell Bay Street tower; landmark could fetch $1 billion [Globe & Mail]
• Toronto’s arrested development [NOW]

• Town council ponders giving itself a 43% raise [The Star]
• Mississauga resident banned from complaining to anyone but the mayor [The Star]
• Calls to audit Mississauga councillor Bonnie Crombie over election finances [National Post]
• What could the Toronto reference library have looked like? [The Grid]