A public process could have led to something spectacular — instead, Doug Ford’s new Ontario Place just offers more of the same; ActiveTO should be expanded as Toronto emerges from lockdown, activists say in response to councillor’s comment; Can wood act as a magnet for talent as office life resumes?; and more news:

A public process could have led to something spectacular — instead, Doug Ford’s new Ontario Place just offers more of the same (Toronto Star)

Can wood act as a magnet for talent as office life resumes? (Globe and Mail)

It was billed as the largest-ever Presto card fraud bust. But a year later, it’s unclear whether the lone suspect will ever face trial — and whether Metrolinx is even capable of fighting scams (Toronto Star)

City councillor Michael Ford wants to take another look at ActiveTO (Global News)

Searching for Black history in Niagara-on-the-Lake (Spacing Toronto)

ActiveTO should be expanded as Toronto emerges from lockdown, activists say in response to councillor’s comments (Toronto Star)