Development issues, the Toronto municipal election, transportation, and safe streets are among today's stories:

Builder behind cancelled Icona condos proposing another project in Vaughan (Toronto Star)

More development means more money, thanks to Section 37 (Toronto Star)

Not practical to repeal land transfer tax, Toronto mayoral contenders say (Toronto Star)

From Toronto city hall to Parliament Hill, Art Eggleton ends a political career that was always rooted in urban issues (Toronto Star)

Why CBC Toronto won't be hosting a mayoral debate (CBC News)

Vote Compass launches for Toronto's 2018 municipal election (CBC News)

Ryerson University names first female chancellor in school's history (CTV News)

Etobicoke politicians struggle with rampant growth in Humber Bay Shores (Inside Toronto)

Cyclist in critical condition after being struck by SUV (CityNews)

Global news from our sister site,

Three-Tower Waterline Square Reaches Major Milestone (New York)

West Village Towers Continue to Rise (Calgary)

History in the Making: New Royal Alberta Museum Opens (Edmonton)

Construction Underway at 1661 Davie Street (Vancouver)