TTC to scrap newsstand deal; Toronto’s compliance audit committee will consider today whether to prosecute Mayor Rob Ford with violating the Municipal Elections Act; Ontario plans to privatize its lottery business; new Jack Layton Way namesake street unveiled; and more news.

Karen Stintz reverses position to support competitive bidding process to award lucrative newsstands contract (National Post)

Mayor Rob Ford fighting for political survival — again (Toronto Sun)

Cash-strapped Ontario ready to gamble on privatizing its lotteries (The Globe and Mail)

Joyous opening for Jack Layton Way (Toronto Star)

More resistance against proposal for casino at Exhibition Place (The Globe and Mail)

Polling firm head says survey shows council out of step on sanctuary city (Toronto Star)

Parking issues: New condo building triggers car alarm in the Beach (Toronto Star)

Toronto landscape architect Michael Hough leaves legacy of urban ecology: Hume (Toronto Star)

LORINC: Who should pay Rob Ford’s legal bills? (Spacing Toronto)