Every weekday’s end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss.
- Opinions are mixed on the aesthetic merits of the Frank Gehry–designed condo complex that David Mirvish wants to build on King Street West. Over at the Grid, Edward Keenan writes that the aesthetics, in a sense, are beside the point: it’s the project’s likely effect on Toronto’s housing market that matters.
- Commute-induced freakouts like this one are exactly why Toronto needs new and better public-transit infrastructure. Soon.
- A couple months ago, Quebec misplaced something like $30 million worth of maple syrup from the “global strategic reserve” of the stuff. That maple syrup may just have been found. You may now resume eating waffles.