Injunction to save Osgoode Hall trees couldn't save others, as 61 Mature trees were cut down in Moss Park over the weekend in preparation for Ontario Line construction; home builders in Ontario call on Government to speed up approvals while making green standards consistent across different municipalities; with traffic returning to peak levels Downtown as well as reduced subway services, Bay Street is facing challenges in brining workers back to the office; and other news. 

‘I hope lessons will be learned from this’: Moss Park mourns the loss of 61 trees cut down by Metrolinx (Toronto Star)

Ontario home builders urge faster approvals, harmonized green building standards (CTV News)

Toronto’s transit and traffic issues impede Bay Street’s return to office plans (Globe and Mail)

More than one third of Toronto’s condos are owned by investors, new StatCan report finds (Toronto Star)

Torontonians know these trash cans are a problem. Are solar compacting bins a solution? (CBC)

Firefighters investigating after large sinkhole found under school bus in Toronto (Global News)

If you really wanted to help Toronto, you’d buy a new home. Here’s why (Toronto Star)

Unhoused face 'life or death,' advocates say as Toronto looks at expanding warming centre hours (CBC)

How the oil sands compete in a world of lower demand and far lower emissions (Globe and Mail)

Council’s quest to find new taxes to pay for city expenses is eternal. So is its failure (Toronto Star)

3.8 magnitude earthquake strikes near Buffalo; Ontario residents report shaking (CityNews)