Audit finds that the current regulator in place to protect homebuyers and sellers in Ontario is ineffective; extensive underground parking planned for redevelopment of Ontario Place with spaces for over 2,000 vehicles, and it's the existing trees that will pay the price; Indigenous leaders across the province note the failure of the provincial government to consult First Nations on housing bill; and other news. 

Ontario real estate regulator ineffective at protecting homebuyers, sellers, audit finds (CBC)

Ontario Place redevelopment plan features underground parking for more than 2,000 vehicles, felling of around 850 trees (Toronto Star)

Ontario Chiefs say province failed duty to consult First Nations on new housing bill (Global News)

As nature talks unfold, here's what '30 by 30' conservation could mean in Canada (CTV News)

Foxes, butterflies, snakes: Montrealers hope COP15 attention will help urban wildlife, too (CBC)

Doug Ford increases controversial ‘strong-mayor’ powers for Toronto and Ottawa (Toronto Star)

Toronto street with highest number of speeding tickets is 'a design issue', longtime resident says (CTV News)

'Some nights, you just don't do dinner': Toronto is becoming even more unaffordable, data confirms (CBC)

Selling your home during the holidays? Take care to season lightly (Toronto Star)

Federal environment minister certifies 14 bird-friendly cities in six provinces (Globe and Mail)

City councillors demanding answers for long-delayed Eglinton Crosstown LRT (City News)