Cool has the last buck-a-beer standing. Just one brewery is left taking Doug Ford’s challenge to sell bottles for about a dollar at the LCBO—and it happens to be one based in Etobicoke, the Ford family’s ancestral homeland. But the premier has since moved on to aligning with bigger business:

“I don’t see any reason why most of the city councillors need to have a free parking pass.” John Tory is looking for a crackdown on a list of 374 people who don’t need to pay the Toronto Parking Authority.. (Green P freebies gave Rob Ford something to rant about on his way to being mayor.)

The building left behind Yonge-Dundas Square. A structure that previously housed a Hakim Optical has stood derelict throughout this decade, although it was contemplated as a location for a music incubator. The biggest problem is that 38-40 Dundas West had become too structurally unsound:

Manulife Centre is still smoothing over the ‘70s brutalism. The glass-curtained redevelopment of the mini-mall at Bay and Bloor continues to take shape—and it also allowed for some renovations at Indigo. But the overhaul is taking longer because of more restrictive construction curfews.

Border crossing has become a complicated bargain. Facial recognition technology stands to lessen wait times to cross between the U.S. and Canada. But the New York Times probes mailbox stores of the Pacific Northwest, which are observing an overall decline in business from Canadians:

The biggest unsolved Toronto non-murder-mystery of the year. Police were initially determined to find out how a car ended up dangling from a cable tied to a bridge in Leaside on May 2. The latest Reddit speculation points to engineering students.

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