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Google affiliate scraps plan for Toronto smart city project

TORONTO—Google said Thursday it is abandoning its smart-city development in Toronto and blamed unprecedented economic uncertainty.

A unit of Google's parent company Alphabet had been proposing to turn a rundown part of Toronto's waterfront into a wired community, but Sidewalk Labs chief executive Dan Doctoroff said in a statement that it is no longer financially viable.