City Council approves extension of CaféTO program, permit fees as high as $3,075 for a curb-side patio to be phased in over the next three years; from May to September, a U of T team removed nearly 100,000 pieces of man made debris from Lake Ontario, and discovered a new kind of pollutant, 'fatbergs'; parking levy is among the potential new revenue streams for the City after City Staff tasked with coming up with a list of options; and other news. 

CaféTO served a reprieve as Toronto council approves phasing in new permit fees over three years (Toronto Star)

Nearly 100,000 pieces of plastic removed from the Toronto Harbour. Here's what else was found (CTV News)

Toronto City Council votes to explore new revenue options, including parking levy (CP24)

Leslie St. becoming residential corridor, as car dealership makes way for people (Toronto Star)

Why rent is so expensive in 3 Canadian cities (that aren't Toronto or Vancouver) (CBC)

Buyers’ strong hand has Toronto sellers hesitating (Globe and Mail)

What can $500,000 get you in Toronto? A 400-square-foot basement condo townhome (Toronto Star)

Traffic safety is an uphill struggle for this west-end Toronto neighbourhood. Here's why (CBC)

Nathan Phillips Square to host Toronto Maple Leafs practice this weekend (CityNews)

Why are so many street mailboxes shrink-wrapped? Canada Post’s answer only adds to the mystery (Toronto Star)

Big Oil walks back climate pledges as earnings show 2022 was their most profitable year ever (CBC)

Architecture is part of the brew for Newmarket Brewery’s new Toronto location (Globe and Mail)