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• Proposed condo in entertainment district leaves a bad taste on ‘restaurant row’ [Toronto Star]
• Toronto Port Lands redevelopment at risk: Hume [Toronto Star]
• Toronto casino: a hidden battle for the prize [Toronto Star]
• Exposed Enbridge pipeline in Rouge Park puts waterways at risk [Toronto Star]
• Indoor skiing and snowboarding facility for GTA in the works [Toronto Star]
• Proposal aims to help Toronto tourists navigate the urban maze [Globe and Mail]
• Levy: Nathan Phillips Square getting worse [The Sun]
• Indoor ski and snowboard supercentre in the works for the GTA [Open File]

• Posted Toronto Political Panel: Casting ballots for voting reform in Toronto [National Post]
• 116 weeks away, but Toronto’s 2014 mayoral election campaign is underway [National Post]

• Garbage workers union to open hot line for trash-talking public [Globe and Mail]
• Private trash collectors ready to roll in T.O. [The Sun]
• Levy welcomes privatized trash collection [The Sun]

• Cyclist dies after jamming tire in TTC streetcar tracks on Wychwood Avenue [Toronto Star]
• Toronto cyclist killed after wheel gets stuck in streetcar track [National Post

• Eglinton Crosstown: Neighbourhoods getting involved construction of TTC line [Toronto Star]
• Poetry on the Way Grinds to a Halt Aboard the TTC [Toronto Star]

• Kensington Market now a pedestrian zone Sunday afternoons to end of September [Toronto Star]
• Hippo Tours sunk in Toronto [Toronto Star]
• Remembering the past on Simcoe Day [The Sun]
• Historicist: Don’t Scream for Ice Cream [Torontoist]
• Vandalist: Street Art That Hits Its Mark [Torontoist]