Proposed art installation on Toronto’s University Avenue aims to shed light on ‘black hole’ street; A light show similar to the one Toronto Zoo is planning was a financial flop in Kingston; Toronto’s auditor says the city doesn’t know if people getting rent subsidies are actually eligible; and more news:

Short-term rental issues invade suburban neighbourhoods (Toronto Star)

Proposed art installation on Toronto’s University Avenue aims to shed light on ‘black hole’ street (Globe and Mail)

A light show similar to the one Toronto Zoo is planning was a financial flop in Kingston (Toronto Star)

Why Canada’s federal elections ignore cities (Globe and Mail)

Toronto’s auditor says the city doesn’t know if people getting rent subsidies are actually eligible (Toronto Star)

'It's a vicious circle': Short-term rentals a major headache for Oro-Medonte residents (CBC News)

Toronto opts for small-scale snow-clearing pilot project on old city streets (Toronto Star)

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