Shelly Carroll urges Mayor Ford to get back to work; the Gardiner continues to slowly fall apart; Scotiabank sells their landmark tower; the trouble with street trees; a look back at the growth of the PATH system; a road hockey exemption plan and more:

Peter Kuitenbrouwer: Privatization rumours eat at St. Lawrence Market merchants after city transfers supervisor (National Post)

Councillor Shelley Carroll to Mayor Rob Ford: ‘Come back to City Hall’ (National Post)

Politicians must engage citizens if they want them to pay for better transportation: Mississauga mayor (National Post)

Scotiabank's landmark Toronto tower sells for record $1.27-billion (The Globe & Mail)

More concrete falls from Gardiner Expressway (The Globe & Mail)

Immigrants aren't the only ones with responsibilities (The Globe & Mail)

He shoots, he applies for a permit: City comes up with road hockey exemption plan (Toronto Star)

Poll on Toronto casino issue reveals a strong NIMBY factor (Toronto Star)

The Fixer: Readers stumped by dead street trees that are cut off and left to languish (Toronto Star)

Here & There: What does $539,000 buy you in Regent Park vs. King West? (The GridTO)

Retro T.O.: “We don’t want to become a city of moles” (The GridTO)

What’s the meaning of this?: Sun Life (The GridTO)

Building Community in Regent Park (Torontoist)