Thousands came to Queen's Park for Saturdays 'enough is enough' protest, demanding action from the Provincial Government on affordable housing, cost of living, and education issues; Waterfront Toronto needs $50 million to complete their extravagant playground in the Portlands, and are now seeking public donations for the project; with more multiplexes expected to pop up in neighbourhoods across Toronto, what does the process of developing one actually take, and will it catch on?; and other news. 

“People are fed up”: Thousands rally in Ontario over discontent with provincial government (Toronto Star)

Toronto’s new paradise for kids? It’ll take $50-million (Globe and Mail)

What does it take to make a multiplex? A lot of planning and a healthy budget (CBC)

Housing, eventually: Why Toronto’s rapid homebuilding program has yet to build a single home (Toronto Star)

What Toronto can learn from London’s Elizabeth Line (Globe and Mail)

NFI Group signs deal with TTC for up to 621 battery-electric transit buses (Global News)

The next step in the Greenbelt battle: protecting the once off-limits Oak Ridges Moraine (Toronto Star)

The ‘15-minute city’ idea is key to solving Canada’s housing crisis (Globe and Mail)

Another group of Toronto tenants refuses to pay rent, this time amid near 10% proposed hike (CBC)

Buttonville Airport has run out of runway as 60 years of aviation history makes way for new development (Toronto Star)

Canada needs more immigrants and (much more) housing (Globe and Mail)

Ontario is lacking condo managers and some worry it'll only get worse as more units get built (CBC)