Latest announcement on delays of Eglinton Crosstown LRT predict at least another year of construction; the first diamond diverging interchange in Ontario opens today on a Niagara stretch of the QEW; if no deal with Metrolinx can be reached as of October 1st, GO bus drivers are in legal position for strike; and other news. 

Eglinton Crosstown LRT will be delayed by about a year, source says (CBC)

Ontario's first diverging diamond interchange opens Monday (CTV News)

GO bus drivers in legal strike position by Oct. 1 if union and Metrolinx can't reach deal (CBC)

‘Nobody is in favour of those people’: The Toronto neighbourhood where the housing crisis has become an election flashpoint (Toronto Star)

Priced out of Toronto's housing market? Alberta wants you to turn your eyes west (CBC)

Toronto Raptors unveil newly upgraded basketball courts in London, Ont. (Global News)

'It's always prolonging:' Business owners frustrated over another Eglinton Crosstown delay (City News)

How Hurricane Fiona turned the barely imaginable into the all-too possible — and what it means for future storms (Globe and Mail)

Toronto gives spiritual leader, the Aga Khan, key to the city (CBC)

Secondhand Sunday promotes waste reduction, sustainability in Toronto (City News)