Municipalities could be the ones paying the price after Doug Ford announces plans to cut development fees on affordable housing; GO Bus drivers prepared for strike as Union begins contingency planning; Toronto's streets will see the first driverless commercial trucks in Canada as Loblaws unveils their new fleet of delivery vehicles; and other news. 

Doug Ford will cut development fees on affordable housing, but municipalities could take a financial hit (Toronto Star)

Union representing GO Bus drivers begins strike contingency planning (CBC)

Loblaw's driverless grocery delivery trucks hit the streets of Toronto (CP24)

Doug Ford to make transportation announcement in Hamilton (CTV News)

‘It’s actually kind of embarrassing’: Once praised, the King Street transit project seems to have gone off the rails (Toronto Star)

Opportunistic real estate buyers step to the stage as prices decline (Globe and Mail)

Ontario faces calls to dramatically increase energy efficiency rebate programs (Global News)

Effective price of Toronto homes higher now than in February, after accounting for rate increase (Toronto Star)

You can now apply to own a home on the Toronto Islands. Here's how (CTV News)

Ontario expands energy-efficiency programs, including paying customers to run A/C less (CBC)

Are Canada's power grids ready for the future? (City News)

This confusing parking zone in downtown Toronto is a money-spinning ticket trap for the city (Toronto Star)