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• Vaughan wants to change food truck rules [The Sun]
• Voter Registrations Missing In Contested Toronto Riding [Huffington Post]
• Toronto councillor wants feds to hand over long gun registry info [The Sun]
• How the city’s $285-million surplus compares to budget cuts made earlier this year [The Grid]

• James: Fight for more transit or face failure [The Star]
• Mintz: Transit talk beefs up atypical dinner [The Star]
• Allen Expressway could be closed for up to a year [The Star]
• Dufferin Street in Toronto voted as Ontario’s worst road, CAA says [Globe & Mail]

• Mayor Rob Ford wants to buy piece of Etobicoke park to build security fence [The Star]
• Ford calls in police after altercation with Star reporter [Globe & Mail]
• Agitated Toronto mayor confronts reporter outside home [CBC]
• Daniel Dale on what happened near the mayor’s home [The Star]
• Mayor Rob Ford chases and confronts Toronto Star reporter [The Star]
• Ford calls police, confronts reporter ‘fists cocked’ near his home [National Post]
• Police called to mayor’s home over Star reporter’s alleged trespassing [The Sun]

• Occupy’s short-term affairs [NOW]
• Occupy Toronto protesters accuse police of ‘harassment’ [The Star]

• Waterfront pinch [NOW]
• Hitting the green roof [NOW]