Little change predicted in housing market; Doug Holiday going for mayoral appointment if Ford loses appeal; tough parking enforcement in Etobicoke; bike lanes proposed on Richmond and Adelaide; Brampton city hall faces lingering questions; nightclub opens on Peter St.; and more news.

Mild correction expected for housing market: Royal LePage (Globe and Mail)

If Rob Ford can’t be Toronto mayor, Deputy Mayor Doug Holyday ready to seek mayoral appointment (Toronto Star)

The Fixer: No 10-minute grace period on Etobicoke street where parking enforcement is ruthless (Toronto Star)

Thornhill train lover builds life-sized VIA coach in his basement (Toronto Star)

Bike lanes being peddled for Richmond and Adelaide (Toronto Star)

Looking back at 2012: Brampton city hall was roiled by conflicts (Toronto Star)

Massive nightclub opens in the Club District (blogTO)