A new plan for underneath the Gardiner aims to change negative opinions towards it; why some Toronto renters feel going out into the market right now is "terrifying"; Toronto’s Fairmont Royal York Hotel sees net-zero retrofit; and other news.

The Gardiner is ‘divisive, derided, ugly’. A new plan for under it aims to change all that (The Star)

Why some Toronto renters say going out into the market right now is 'truly terrifying' (CBC)

Landmark Toronto hotel sees net-zero retrofit (The Globe and Mail)

‘Why would anyone trust this government?’ Doug Ford slammed as he unwinds Greenbelt plans (The Star)

Crews remove historic Japanese Canadian temple bell from Ontario Place ahead of redevelopment (CBC)

Ontario PCs vow to enshrine Greenbelt boundaries in law, but block NDP bill (The Globe and Mail)

Roads closed around Queen’s Park, hospital row ahead of ‘potential demonstration’: Toronto police (The Star)

Ontario to introduce new Greenbelt bill soon, new housing minister says (CBC)

Developer says it’s planning to build 5,000 rental units across Canada because of Liberals’ GST break (The Globe and Mail)

It’s cheaper to get a ticket than paying to park in some Toronto lots. The city wants to change that (The Star)

Outbid in Toronto, buyers move their search to the suburbs (The Globe and Mail)

Will switching to a heat pump save you money? Here's how to find out (CBC)