1. October 9, 2012 The Grid, “Ossington’s missing posters”
  2. September 7, 2012 Novae Res Urbis, “Neighbourhood in transition: a vision for Ossington”
  3. August 20, 2012 ABC Portuguese Canadian Newspaper, “A controvérsia já existemas o progresso … quer avançar”
  4. August 5, 2012 Parkdale Liberty Villager, “Ossington Community Group Preparing for Condo Boom”
  5. July 12, 2012 Spacing Toronto crosspost “NO MEAN CITY: Ossington Avenue, condofication, and the changing city”
  6. July 11, 2012 Toronto Life, “Mid-rise developments, not towers, are the new enemy in Toronto condo battles”
  7. July 11, 2012 Omni Portuguese TV news feature with Marcio Lorenco
  8. July 10, 2012 Global Toronto, “Residents Angry over Mid-rise Condo Development”
  9. July 10, 2012 letter to the editor of the National Post from Jessica Wilson
  10. July 8, 2012 Toronto Star, “Battle over Ossington Ave. Condo Among Several in City” (online title), and “Edgy Ossington fears Losing its Soul to the “Pocket Condo”” (print title)—front page (with almost full page interior section)
  11. July 8, 2012 National Post, “Communities Clash with Developers over Midrise Condo Projects in the City”
  12. June 29, 2012 Novae Res Urbis, “Undeniably Ossington?”
  13. June 25, 2012 Torontist, “Proposed Ossington Avenue Condo Causes Anxiety”
  14. June 25 Openfile, “Mid-rise was supposed to be the “good density” for People who Hated Towers. What Happened?”
  15. June 26, 2012 Torontist, “Tempers Flare at Community Consultation on Ossington Condos”
  16. June 27 The Grid: “Condo Brawl”, and online title “Ossington Residents Oppose 109OZ Condo Development”
  17. CityTV broadcast a segment covering community opposition on June 25.
  18. Video, posted on YouTube, documenting 31 businesses who posted the ‘Let’s talk about Ossington’ flyer

Other media features in the works, including a documentary on the numerous backyard gardens on Givins St, which for years have produced large amounts of food for several Portuguese families, and which would be cast into shadow for much of the day by the proposal.