Yes. All new buildings must have them as high as 12 metres, or higher if there is higher tree canopy adjacent to the building.Is there anti-bird collision on the glass panes? I don't see any, but I'm not well-versed on what's out there except for the obvious ones.
The standard was worked out with FLAP Canada, a Canadian Museum of Nature award-winning program. FLAP stands for Fatal Light Awareness Program, and it's worthwhile reading through the site. The City's PDF on this is here. The City has also won a Nature Canada award for the program.I'm pretty sure birds fly higher than that. (often)
Some species probably do. But some also may be attuned to something is there and not fly into it.I'm pretty sure birds fly higher than that. (often)