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• Rob Ford’s trojan horse [NOW]
• Housing minister not yet sold on sale of city-owned houses [The Star]
• Ford’s scattered sell-off stalls [NOW]
• Toronto committee votes to uphold backyard chicken ban [The Star]
• Councillors reject backyard hen reform [Torontoist]
• City ponders clothing drop box ban [The Sun]

• New plan for Eglinton LRT appears to be a go [The Star]
• Spineless Metrolinx is failing transit users [The Star]
• Premier open to ‘formal proposal’ on changing Eglinton LRT [Globe & Mail]
• ‘I’m building subways’: Rob Ford [National Post]
• Transit plan battle brewing [The Sun]
• Queen’s Park wants a TTC decision [The Sun]
• Striking Viva bus drivers set to vote [The Sun]
• Seizing the transit initiative [Torontoist]
• Colour coding your commute [Torontoist]
• Power shift [The Grid]
• The TTC responds to our diagonal bus-route idea [The Grid]

• Demolition of historic Toronto house has locals fuming [The Star]
• Ideas to make Toronto better? Let’s steal some [The Star]
• Mississauga property tax the provincial government’s fault: Hazel McCallion [National Post]
• The secret of Occupy [NOW]