At the June 20, 2018, Waterfront Toronto Design Review Panel meeting, Quayside was the second item on the agenda (see waterfrontoronto.ca/nbe/wcm/connect/waterfront/052f72d7-abc3-40e4-a652-341ab088f3d2/WDRP_Agenda_June+20+2018.pdf?MOD=AJPERES). There were several notable moments during the discussion. One was a statement by Lauren Reid, Sidewalk Labs' Director of Data Governance and Privacy, when she was talking about privacy, that "... with the goal of building social license, is more transparency than what's required by law." 'Social license' is the phrase that's used by Justin Trudeau as a tool his government uses to make sure pipelines are built. Another remarkable moment was at the end of the meeting when the chair of the Design Review Panel, Paul Bedford, suggested to the presenters on Quayside from Sidewalk Labs and Watefront Toronto that they work on selling Torontonians on the project during the election. I thought members of design review panels -- including the chair -- are supposed to give independent, objective/critical feedback on projects, not be proponents for those projects.