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• ‘Officer Bubbles’ identified other Toronto officers to G20 watchdog [Toronto Star]
• G20 aftermath: watchdog recommends charges against 31 Toronto police officers [Toronto Star]
• 31 Toronto police officers face G20 disciplinary hearings [Globe and Mail]
• Toronto Police officers now facing G20 hearings now totals 31 [The Sun]

• DiManno: Teen’s bus death not a simple matter of jaywalking [Toronto Star]
• Alex Gillespie’s family alleges negligence by TTC, police in bus death [Toronto Star]
• Family of teenager killed by bus sues TTC, police for $2-million in negligence lawsuit [National Post]
• Family of boy killed by TTC bus blames understaffing, poor police planning [Globe and Mail]
• Bus victim’s family sues TTC, Toronto Police [The Sun]

• Video bingo in Toronto would help charities but cost the city [Toronto Star]
• Toronto hotels join casino debate [Toronto Star]
• Poll Position: Strong Opposition to Casinos in Toronto [Torontoist]

• Spanish firm behind 407 ETR will help manage $1B eastern extension of the toll road [Toronto Star]
• Toronto fast tracks plan to tackle loose concrete on Gardiner [Toronto Star]
• Gardiner gets full examination [The Sun]

• Toronto Port Lands revitalization report put off until fall [Globe and Mail]
• Carroll should learn to work with mayor: Mammoliti [The Sun]
• Councillor on thin ice over proposed road hockey rules [Globe and Mail]
• Toronto’s ball hockey fix called for interference [The Sun]
• Allow ball hockey on side streets: De Baeremaeker [The Sun]
• Why women belong at City Hall (any why too few are working there already) [Open File]

• The Fixer: Queens Quay inlet a receptacle for floating garbage [Toronto Star]
• Tightrope walker Nik Wallenda may face falcon attack on Niagara Falls crossing [Toronto Star]
• GO to build more bus lanes on the DVP [Toronto Star]
• Peter Kuitenbrouwer: ‘Reassigned’ St. Lawrence Market supervisor vows to take fight for job to court [National Post]
• Coffee Run: A neighbourhood beacon stands tall through changing times [National Post]
• Protest unlikely to save unique Schoolhouse shelter [Globe and Mail]
• Alligator found in Brampton backyard [The Sun]
• Lawn chemicals ban means Toronto’s public spaces are going to seed [Globe and Mail]


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