Frank Gehry looks ahead to the role his tallest project to date will play in his hometown, Toronto, at the ground breaking of Forma; the polls are officially open today, as advanced voting gets underway for Toronto's mayoral by-election; a new on ramp to the Gardiner Expressway has been closed just weeks after it was renovated and reopened, sparking frustration from drivers; and other news. 

‘The light is free.’ How Frank Gehry hopes his condo project will give back to his home city (Toronto Star)

Advance voting begins in the Toronto mayoral byelection today; Here's what you need to know (CTV News)

Money wasted? Drivers speak out on newly rebuilt Gardiner on-ramp nobody can use (CityNews)

We are slowly but surely killing the CaféTO patio program. Shame on us (Toronto Star)

Ford refuses calls to link wildfires to climate change (CBC)

‘Financialization’ of housing is not the problem – in fact, we need more of it (Globe and Mail)

TTC shares new details for Bloor-Yonge station expansion project, including plans for platform-edge doors (Toronto Star)

Bell, Telus say Rogers’ proposed TTC wireless framework lacks key details (Global News)

‘The new reality’? Canadian wildfires become the global face of unfolding ecological disaster (Toronto Star)

Immigration: Canada’s economy can’t rely on temporary workers and study permits forever (Globe and Mail)

Interest rate hike will squeeze homeowners, but will it stall Toronto’s real estate recovery? (Toronto Star)