Competing candidates are targeting Olivia Chow's proposed property tax hikes as a way to sway voters the other way; a new 'sunset clause' is being proposed by councillors in Peel as a strategy to advance the extensive pipeline of housing projects waiting for approval; Ford Government asserts that Ontario Place redevelopment will move forward, with our without the support of the next Toronto mayor; and other news. 

Olivia Chow’s property tax plan might add up, but she needs to show us the math (Toronto Star)

Peel councillors propose 'sunset clause' as solution to get shovels in ground of housing projects sooner (CBC)

Ford government to press ahead with Ontario Place plans regardless of next Toronto mayor’s views (Globe and Mail)

Stellantis considering Ottawa’s enriched subsidy offer as Windsor EV plant hangs in the balance (Toronto Star)

Ontario could be at risk of energy shortfall this summer, report finds (CP24)

At the Venice Architecture Biennale, architects tackle the housing crisis (Globe and Mail)

Homeowners renting out their property has gone to the dogs (Toronto Star)

Another hike is on the table as Bank of Canada prepares for this week's rate announcement (CBC)

Steelport reimagines Hamilton’s historic steel-producing port (Globe and Mail)

Bullets, car parts and insulation among 7,000 pounds of garbage collected by volunteers from the Don Valley Parkway (Toronto Star)

Transit advocates concerned over new Wheel-Trans eligibility requirements (CityNews)

Will Canada be able to house all the immigrants it hopes to welcome by 2025? (Globe and Mail)