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• City sports user fee criticized [The Star]
• Parents, coaches fume over surprise playing field fees [Globe & Mail]
• Leagues, city at odds over hourly fees for sports field [National Post]
• Sports leagues protest Toronto’s new field fees [The Sun]
• CUPE Local 79 recreation workers ratify deal with City of Toronto [The Star]
• Part-time recreation workers’ union signs new deal with Toronto [Globe & Mail]
• Councillor Ana Bailão names group to review fate of tenants in TCHC houses and agency’s repair backlog [The Star]
• Group to review sale of TCHC homes [The Sun]
• McConnell sheds crocodile tears over proposed TCHC sale [The Sun]
• InfoPillars in the way, committee hears [The Sun]
• Virtual shopping gets real at Toronto subway station [Globe & Mail]

• Jarvis bike lanes can’t be removed without environmental assessment, cyclists union says [The Star]
• Five things you need to know about the fight to keep bike lanes alive on Jarvis Street [National Post]
• Cyclists union vows to fight Jarvis bike lanes removal [The Sun]
• Joy on Jarvis after all? [NOW]
• Toronto cyclists union still aims to save Jarvis bike lanes [Torontoist]

• Building draws birds to their death, trial told [The Star]
• Island life coming to Humber? [The Star]
• Ministry urges Mississauga to act fast on contaminated park [The Star]
• Regent Park revitalization draws mixed reactions from residents [National Post]
• Power protest blows into Toronto [The Sun]
• Kensington market finalizes 2012’s Pedestrian Sunday schedule [Torontoist]
• Debating the future of the Jamie Bell adventure playground [Torontoist]