Tuesday’s headlines

CITY HALL
• Toronto city council should ok a red light district, Councillor Giorgio Mammoliti says [The Star]
• Mayor Rob Ford hints that he’ll oppose conservative who defied him on subways [The Star]
• No labour disruption in Toronto, deputy mayor predicts [Globe & Mail]
• City confident inside workers will accept deal [The Sun]
• Atwood speaks out to support striking library workers [Globe & Mail]
• Librarians, authors join forces at read-in [Torontoist]
• What the #!%*? Does the city have a deal with its inside workers or not? [National Post]
• To strike or not to strike? [NOW]
• TCHC chairman wants audit of Regent Park project [The Sun]
• TTC names customer liaison panel [The Star]

OTHER NEWS
• Buried ash sparks concerns in Mississauga parks [The Star]
• Restaurant deals sizzle in Toronto’s core [Globe & Mail]
• Toronto falling glass: Building developers need to improve safety or give us all hardhats [National Post]
• Derelict delights: Paradise cinema [The Grid]

One comment

  1. Mammo really wants a red light district. Wonder why? 

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