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Private garbage pick-up not so bad: Poll [Toronto Star]
Private trash collection gets a few more weeks to prove it isn’t a mess [National Post]
Jury out on new trash pickup [The Sun]

Toronto teen turns cereal boxes into intricate model of downtown core [Toronto Star]
Toronto’s largest city farm to be announced at urban agriculture summit [Toronto Star]
The Fixer: Highland Creek bowling green a victim of changing times [Toronto Star]
Will a mixed-income revamp make or break Alexandra Park? [Toronto Star]
More realistic Port Lands vision acknowledges the port’s reality [Toronto Star]
Under our new deep sea: Touring the Ripley Aquarium of Canada [National Post]
Can big-box grocers and independent shops coexist? It’s what residents of the Village is about to find out [National Post]

Hume: TCHC condo buyers did the right thing [Toronto Star]
TCHC money pits [The Sun]
Repairs to remember by TCHC [The Sun]

TTC contracts out intercity coach terminal [Toronto Star]
Electric cars an attention grabber [The Sun]

Toronto councillors to get 3% pay raise [Toronto Star]
Rob Ford makes appearance at Taste of the Danforth [Globe and Mail]
Toronto’s budget chief eyes cost savings ahead of police meet [Globe and Mail]

CNE getting ready to open without Ontario Place [Toronto Star]
Steven Del Duca nominated for Liberals in Sept. 6 Vaughan byelection [Toronto Star]
Cosplay in the park: Centre Island event attracts hundreds of costumed picnickers [National Post]
Graffiti artists using vandalized communities as clean canvas [Globe and Mail]