Toronto Pearson Airport ranked as one of the worst in airports in North America based on passenger satisfaction; Latest census reveals that renting is growing twice as fast as home ownership in Canada; Ontario towns bordering the U.S express optimism for return of tourism with vaccine requirements being dropped; and other news. 

Passengers rate Toronto’s Pearson as one of the worst airports in North America, according to new study (Toronto Star)

Renting is growing twice as fast as home ownership, census reveals (CBC)

'It's about time': Ontario border towns optimistic over dropping of COVID-19 vaccine requirements (CTV News)

Overcrowded, unaffordable and in disrepair. The Toronto neighbourhoods where housing is at a breaking point (Toronto Star)

Fall arrives: Warmer-than-normal temperatures expected to 'dominate' the season (City news)

A taste of the 1950s in Scarborough’s ‘Ben jungle’ (Globe and Mail)

A Toronto with crowds might be annoying, but a Toronto without crowds is worrying (Toronto Star)

Grocery prices in Canada continue meteoric ascent, rising at fastest pace since 1981 (CP24)