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• Toronto votes: Ranked ballots for 2018? Toronto city council may vote on changing its election system [Toronto Star]
• ‘Adam Vaughan’s goal is to kill this place’: Some retailers unhappy with latest Kensington Market car-free measures [National Post]
• Ford cuts the CNE gravy [The Sun]

• Sharon Switzer chooses the underground art on TTC subway screens [Toronto Star]
• Getting a seat on TTC’s board may be tougher than getting one on a bus [Toronto Star]

• Hume: Toronto has yet to realize its urban potential [Toronto Star]
• Underpass Park in Toronto: Opens world of possibilities for Gardiner Expressway [Toronto Star]
• Several city departments voice concerns over plans to fill in lake near Billy Bishop airport [National Post]
• Transit clouds Ontario Place vision [Globe and Mail]
• A reality check for Port Lands project [Globe and Mail]
Another Toronto bid for the Olympics? [The Sun]

• ‘I don’t operate this agency from behind the desk’: New head of TCHC aims to restore credibility [National Post]
• Time for TCHC constables to carry guns? [The Sun]

• Vintage bicycle show: Toronto bike enthusiasts fawn over vintage rides [Toronto Star]
• Hobbyist’s websites document historical plaques all over Toronto and Ontario [Toronto Star]
• Play Me, I’m Yours street piano art moves from Trinity Bellwoods Park after noise complaints [Toronto Star]
• Sick of all our city’s asphalt patches? Blame winter for that, too [Open File]