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• Battle over Ossington Ave. condo among several in city [Toronto Star]
• Communities clash with developers over mid-rise condo projects in the city [National Post]
• Friday Schrödinger: John Tory says condos are/are not coming to Ontario Place [Open File]

• Time to make tough choices on public transportation [Toronto Star]
• Parkbus wants to help Torontonians get out of the city [National Post]
• Toronto street closure ushers in ‘Carmageddon TO’ [Globe and Mail]

• Toronto’s ‘Playing for Keeps’ initiative aims to bring neighbours together [Toronto Star]
• The Fixer: St. Clair Ave. retaining wall could use a finishing touch [Toronto Star]
• The Fixer: Cherry Beach parking signs are fading out of sight [Toronto Star]
• Is Captain John’s just jetsam by the lake? [Globe and Mail]
• Wong-Tam wants Wellesley St. vacant lot turned into a park [The Sun]

• TTC chair Karen Stintz gets urbanists’ support for OneCity [Toronto Star]
• Toronto’s OneCity transit plan being sidelined by politics [Toronto Star]
• Scarborough councillors weigh in on OneCity [The Sun]
• OneCity now looking like half a plan, as Stintz apparently drops tax idea [Open File]

• Rob Ford’s chief of staff quits to take job with Pan Am Games [National Post]
• Search is on for top aide as Ford’s chief of staff quits [Globe and Mail]
• Busy week for Toronto council [The Sun]
• What your council has done [The Sun]
• Toronto mayor Rob Ford loses top aide [The Sun]

• Tackling the income gap in Canadian cities [Toronto Star]
• High Park’s Jamie Bell Adventure Playground rises from the ashes [Toronto Star]
• PHOTOS: Torched High Park playground rebuilt [Toronto Star]
• Toronto’s David Miller on the Olympics [Globe and Mail]
• Mississauga puts its arts scene on the map [Globe and Mail]
• 5 Toronto food trucks worth the lineup [Globe and Mail]
• Time for Toronto to just zip it? [The Sun]
• Past pieces of Toronto: Yorkville Town Hall/St. Paul’s Hall [Open File]
• Coming to (all over) Toronto: more solar power [Open File]