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• Toronto city hall licensing committee treated to unexpected pole dance [National Post]
• Pole dance put on at Toronto city hall [The Sun]
• City staff given lesson in pole dancing technique [Globe & Mail]
• When it comes to conflict of interest, appearances matter [The Sun]
• Hume: Regent Park brings new life to Toronto [The Star]
• Spotted: Tim Hudak still a subway believer [Torontoist]
• Andy Byford’s new TTC report shows he’s serious about performance [The Star]

• Toronto library strike ends as workers approve deal [The Star]
• Deal with two bargaining units ‘phenomenal news’: Ford [The Sun]
• Toronto’s librarians heading back to the books: workers ratify contract [National Post]
• Library workers reach a deal, ending 10 day strike [Globe & Mail]
• Majority of Toronto’s inside workers agree to contract [National Post]
• Toronto inside workers split on city’s offer [The Star]

• Revised plan for Port Lands slammed [Globe & Mail]
• Advocates overjoyed with pledge to turn Rouge Valley into national park, however vague [Globe & Mail]
• Disappearing Toronto [NOW]
• 15 Toronto architectural gems under threat [NOW]
• 5 reasons we should care about heritage preservation [NOW]
• 8 great heritage saves [NOW]
• Anthony Bourdain’s Toronto layover [The Grid]
• SPUD: graffiti guerrilla [The Grid]
• Silent Talks [Torontoist]
• Tweeting Torontonians want food trucks [Torontoist]
• Business can lead a unified vision for the GTA [The Star]