Residents of Eglinton area cite prolonged LRT construction as cause for 'dangerous' traffic volumes and speeding on side streets; shortage of urban planners due to low wages could be a factor in rising housing prices; demand for purpose built lab space in the GTA is historically high and the supply can't meet it; and other news. 

Eglinton LRT delay creates 'dangerous' traffic volumes, speeding, residents complain (CBC)

Toronto isn’t paying city planners enough. That’s driving up house prices, some say (Toronto Star)

Meeting the soaring demand for purpose-built life science labs (Globe and Mail)

City pledges to repair broken amenities at Regent Park pool after dad tweets out criticism (CBC)

Overflowing garbage, broken transit, decrepit ferries — Toronto, can’t we do better? (Toronto Star)

Hybrid office space for post-pandemic era makes new home at Toronto college (CTV News)

New details released on Ontario’s strong mayor veto powers (CP24)

Ontario confronts reality of being short of electricity in the coming years (Toronto Star)