Future Model Toronto uses a 3D model to show where Toronto permits high density development, demonstrating the challenges of zoning in this City; Ontario Superior Court of Justice rules that homeless encampments will not be removed if shelter shortage persists; Mississauga community mourns the death of former Mayor 'Hurricane' Hazel McCallion, remembered as an instrumental change maker in the growth of Mississauga; and other news.

Toronto’s housing rules control where the city grows — and where it doesn’t. Here’s what that looks like (Toronto Star)

Ontario court rules encampments can stay if there’s a shortage of shelter beds (Globe and Mail)

Hazel McCallion, who transformed Mississauga during 36-year tenure as mayor, dies at 101 (CP24)

Let’s make ‘gentle’ density easier to build to boost Toronto’s housing supply! (Toronto Star)

City staff recommend Yonge Street bike lanes to be made permanent despite local pushback (CBC)

Majority of affordable homes approved under federal program not yet constructed (CityNews)

Title fraud is on the rise — here are three ways to stop criminals from selling your house out from under you (Toronto Star)

$3.85M 'opulent McMansion' sits on the market in Toronto as longtime tenants displaced (CTV News)

Azure magazine co-founder Nelda Rodger created a vital showcase for Canadian design (Globe and Mail)

On the front lines of the homelessness crisis, a downtown ER tries a novel new approach (Toronto Star)

Debate on new taxes, fees could be on horizon as Toronto's fiscal struggles loom large (CBC)

It’s not just the TTC. There’s a growing sense that things in Toronto are spinning out of control (Globe and Mail)

When will Toronto home prices hit a low before rebounding? (Toronto Star)