The middle arrow points to a bike leaning against some grocery carts, and the right arrow points to a bike (mine) locked to a sign. I've opted not to use the wheelbender bike rack on the left. See next photo.
One gentle push and these tire rims are a mangled mess! The owner of the blue bike on the right chose to lay theirs down to avoid the risk of damage. Also note that the rack is too close to the wall, so bikes can only be parked from one side.
Businesses need some guidelines on what bike parking is acceptable and not. People in Vaughan do bike places. Quality bike parking is a small measure, but it's good for business and sends the message that "we care about cyclists and we care about our City".