Federal government announces $200 million for affordable rentals at former Honest Ed’s site; Toronto on track to have more skyscrapers than Chicago, but will quality match quantity?; New Toronto rules for data collection won’t be in place before final vote on Sidewalk Labs’ smart city project; and more news:

Federal government announces $200 million for affordable rentals at former Honest Ed’s site (Toronto Star)

Toronto on track to have more skyscrapers than Chicago, but will quality match quantity? (CBC News)

New Toronto rules for data collection won’t be in place before final vote on Sidewalk Labs’ smart city project (Toronto Star)

The delicate dance of governing Sidewalk Lab’s Quayside project (Spacing Toronto)

Toronto Budget 2020: More Transit Money, But How Will It Be Used? (Steve Munro)

Toronto signals plan to expropriate airspace above proposed Rail Deck Park (CBC News)

Global news from our sister site, SkyriseCities.com:

Emaar Properties Launches the 44-Storey Burj Crown in Dubai (Dubai)

New Renderings Released for Place 10 (Calgary)

Council to Consider Rezoning for 36-Story Oliver Tower (Edmonton)

New Hotel to Occupy Four Seasons Space at CF Pacific Centre (Vancouver)