Toronto Star investigates the history of zoning bylaws in Toronto, discussing how they have create an uneven spread of density, and the road towards changing those rules; Ontario's 2023 budget suggests that Doug Ford's plan to build 1.5 million homes by 2031 could be in trouble, with only 80,000 housing starts expected per year; new study looks into the impact of TTC service cuts, finding that marginalized communities are affected disproportionately; and other news. 

How Toronto became an uneven city, and the looming fight to change the rules. (Toronto Star)

Doug Ford's plan to build 1.5 million homes by 2031 is in trouble, budget suggests (CBC)

New study finds TTC cuts disproportionately impact Toronto's marginalized communities (CP24)

How more protected bike lanes can make Toronto commuters happier (Toronto Star)

Strathcona residents say Toronto shelter hotels failed promise of permanent housing (Globe and Mail)

Ontario budget 2023: No plans yet for TTC, GO Transit co-fares unlike elsewhere in GTA (CityNews)

No big cash injection for Toronto in Ontario budget (Toronto Star)

Toronto is getting a massive heart-shaped pond this year along with 2 more waterfront projects (CBC)

Hoverlink’s service between Niagara Region, Toronto delayed amid ‘complexities’ of project (Global News)

E-scooter firm Bird Global launches in Hamilton, Brampton and Oshawa — but Toronto is still saying ‘no’ (Toronto Star)

Hudson’s Bay Co.’s big bet on Zellers nostalgia will not be easy to pull off (Globe and Mail)

Ontario aims to balance budget in 2025 despite largest spending plan in province's history (CTV News)