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• Ford’s approval rating still high: poll [The Sun]
• Yes to subways, no to casinos: poll [The Sun]
• Talks fail as Toronto library workers go on strike [The Star]
• Walkout to shut down Toronto public libraries [Globe & Mail]
• Library workers on strike as talks stall [National Post]
• Library union calls strike [NOW]
• Cityof Toronto inside workers will hold strike vote on Tuesday [National Post]

• Councillor says robocalls targeting him for supporting LRT [The Star]
• Robocalls target Matlow’s LRT support [The Sun]
• Ford’s last Sheppard subway lifeline [The Star]
• Panelist defends report’s pro-LRT conclusions [Globe & Mail]
• Experts agree, it’s Sheppard LRT [NOW]
• Light rail transit ‘better bang for the buck’: advisory panel [National Post]
• Ford open to subway referendum [The Sun]
• Ford vows to scuttle LRTs [The Sun]
• How the Left has been letting Rob Ford win on transit [Torontoist]

• Toronto condos: how close is too close to the Gardiner? [The Star]
• St. Patrick’s Day revelry ends in spate of violence across GTA [The Star]
• High Park residents vow to rebuild after ‘thugs’ torch beloved playground [The Star]
• High Park community rallies to rebuild beloved playground [Globe & Mail]
• Casino in GTA could have dire effect on Rama First Nation, chief warns [The Star]
• Artists to give telephone booths across Toronto a facelift [Globe & Mail]
• Bidding wars infect Toronto real estate [Globe & Mail]
• Toronto’s home for freelancers [The Grid]