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• Hume: Toronto parking lot wins international award [Toronto Star]
• GO warns Clarkson customers to brace for parking wars [Toronto Star]

• New zoning bylaw drafted [Toronto Star]
• Weston Bakery in Leslieville may become mixed-use condo site [Toronto Star]
• Regent Park revitalization: Has it created an “us versus them” dynamic? [Toronto Star]
• TD Centre’s ‘living roof’ like a farm in the city [Globe and Mail]
• A big haul at the waterfront [The Sun]
• Could the Jarvis Bike Lane be saved? [Open File]

• James: Why nobody at City Hall wants to touch Toronto’s taxi problem [Toronto Star]
• What is art? City of Toronto to announce graffiti panel to answer age-old question [National Post]
• Doug Ford says he will run for Ontario PCs if Dalton McGuinty calls an election [National Post]
• Doug Ford eyes provincial politics as prospect of Ontario election looms [Globe and Mail]
• Ford weighs in a last time [The Sun]
• Doug Ford ready to take run at Queen’s Park [The Sun]

• Radiohead stage collapse: Man killed in Downsview Park accident is Radiohead drum tech [Toronto Star]
• Radiohead ‘shattered’ after crew member dies in Toronto stage collapse [National Post]
• Radiohead ‘shattered’ after drum tech’s death in Toronto stage collapse [Globe and Mail]
• Radiohead stage victim a drum technician [The Sun]

• TDSB can `cut no more’ [The Sun]
• School infrastructure continues to crumble [The Sun]

• The Fixer: Watch where you sit at Adams Park ball diamond [Toronto Star]
• Funding cuts put decades of fresh water research in the lurch [Open File]
• Toronto Zoo has all the animal poo it needs. Now, it needs money [Open File]
• Past pieces of Toronto: Knob Hill Farms [Open File]