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• Meet the man who blocked Ford’s cuts [NOW]
• Mayor Rob Ford’s lawyer calls audit order a waste of money [The Star]
• Compliance audit laws inadequate, argue lawyers for mayor, councillor [Globe & Mail]
• Audit of Rob Ford’s campaign finances is ‘premature,’ lawyer says [National Post]
• Ford wants audit committee finding eliminated [The Sun]
• Occupy protesters served eviction notice by province [The Star]
• Don’t sell hundreds of TCHC homes, three ex-mayors urge city hall [The Star]

• Mammoliti ready for labour pains [The Sun]
• Toronto city workers lockout likely in 17 days after ‘no board’ report [The Star]
• Feb.5 is potential first day of labour disruption in Toronto [Globe & Mail]
• Toronto could face lockout or strike as early as February 5 [National Post]
• Union optimistic after ‘very productive’ day of negotiations [National Post]

• Striking York region transit bus drivers head back to contract talks [The Star]
• TTC shutting out public on driver misconduct [The Sun]

• Hume: Mississauga waking up to a new reality [The Star]
• Bouncing back from recession, Toronto leads Canada’s growth [Globe & Mail]
• Recruiters want Toronto immigrants to move east or west for jobs [The Sun]
• Is Toronto the greatest music city in the world? [The Grid]
• Queen East’s unsung heroes [The Grid]