Metrolinx settles lawsuit with builders of $5.4-billion Crosstown light-rail project; Doctors group launches road safety campaign, proposes bike lane extension; Incumbent councillors Holland-Berardinetti, Crawford squaring off in Ward 20; and more news:

Metrolinx settles lawsuit with builders of $5.4-billion Crosstown light-rail project (Globe and Mail)

Doctors group launches road safety campaign, proposes bike lane extension (Toronto Star)

Incumbent councillors Holland-Berardinetti, Crawford squaring off in Ward 20 (Toronto Star)

ANALYSIS: Legal costs to defend Doug Ford government agenda will be worth it, PC house leader says (Global News)

Plastic art installations at Balmy Beach include 8-foot water bottle (Toronto Star)

TAXED OUT: Gallery exhibits examines tax impact on Toronto’s main streets (Spacing Toronto)

Hamilton’s new ward boundaries could mean trouble for incumbent councillors (Toronto Star)

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