Home sales in Toronto drop by 44% from last year, with fewest listings on the market in the last 20 years; Toronto's Port Lands sees the opening of a new bridge, a significant stride in Cherry Street realignment; some critics are noticing that new development in Toronto is undercutting green building standards; and other news. 

Toronto home sales fall 44% from last year, fewest new listings in 20 years (CBC)

Opening of bridge in Toronto's Port Lands marks key step in Cherry Street realignment (City News)

Toronto is undercutting its green building standards policy, critics say (Globe and Mail)

The city knew more than a decade ago its bike rings were prone to theft. Why are there still thousands on Toronto sidewalks? (Toronto Star)

Toronto to allow Indigenous people to have sacred fires at 3 city parks (CBC)

GTA home prices show signs of stabilizing, even as they post year-over-year decline for first time since correction began (CTV News)

Here’s when Toronto traffic jams are the worst, according to the data (Toronto Star)

Discovery of high voltage Toronto Hydro chamber delays Carlton-Church construction (City News)

Dangerous roads and slow progress: Road safety becomes issue on Toronto campaign trail (CBC)

Designer Alisha Sturino strikes a balance between reserve and braggadocio in her Little Italy residence (Globe and Mail)

Gas prices in Ontario set to soar to two-month high Thursday (CTV News)

Doug Ford’s new energy saving plans do less than the ones he killed, critics charge (Toronto Star)