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Monday’s headlines

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• A spectacular mayoral fall [National Post]
• Gamble tipped the budget vote [Globe & Mail]
• Ford not concerned with council’s fence sitters [The Sun]
• Ford ‘confident’ of labour deal [The Sun]
• CUPE and city at bargaining table [The Sun]
• Lockout looming [NOW]
• Rob Ford ‘optimistic’ he can reach deal with outside workers in time to avert lockout strike [National Post]
• Human rights complaint says Toronto zoning restrictions discriminate against people with disabilities [The Star]
• Toronto Hydro to ask energy board again for rate hike [Globe & Mail]
• Toronto’s capital ideas [National Post]
• Empty T.O. arenas baffle Holyday [The Sun]

• Union station remake aims to be another jewel in Toronto’s crown [Globe & Mail]
• TTC head favours surface LRT on suburban stretch of Eglinton [Globe & Mail]
• Is there anything to be done about overcrowded TTC bus routes, such as 36 Finch? [National Post]
• The TTC’s not perfect, but customer service chief Chris Upfold thinks it can be fixed [National Post]
• CodeRed gears up to fight for a better way [National Post]

• McCallion rival weighs in on conflict hearing [The Star]
• Mississauga residents launch new group to serve as ‘voice of the taxpayers’ [National Post]
• Parrish files affidavit in support of McCallion conflict-of-interest allegation [National Post]

• Rob Ford: The Opera had packed crowd roaring with laughter [The Star]
• Toronto’s toughest real estate markets? Jane and Finch, and the Bridle Path [The Star]
• Toronto real estate safe as houses [The Sun]
• Zip-lining in Toronto: adventure course proposed for Earl Bales Park [The Star]
• Occupy Toronto protesters looking for new home [The Star]