62 kms of high-speed bus lanes part of urbanist mayoral candidate Gil Penalosa's plan for the future of Toronto; how has climate change impacted the real estate business, and are they starting to realize?; Vaughn residents seeking answers as to why an $11 million deal for park development was refunded; and other news. 

Mayoral candidate Gil Penalosa wants to add 62 kms of high-speed bus lanes in Toronto (CBC)

Under water: Is the real estate industry waking up to ‘climate risk’? (Global News)

City of Vaughan won't say why it refunded $11M earmarked for parks to developer (CBC)

The Beaches’ biggest affordable housing foe? It’s the NIMBYs (Toronto Star)

What to expect at Nuit Blanche 2022 as it expands across Toronto (City News)

Jason Kenney is calling. Housing-weary Torontonians are listening (Toronto Star)

Ontario seeks to extend Pickering Nuclear plant to 2026, eyes refurbishment: sources (CBC)

Damages from May derecho in Ontario, Quebec now top $1 billion (Global News)

Elton John reflects on farewell tour, new home in Toronto (Globe and Mail)

Our top 6 nature-based solutions for gardeners to help fight climate change (Toronto Star)