Category: News

‘Renoviction’ rates soar due to big-city housing crunch

“Toronto city Coun. Paula Fletcher says she wants the provincial government to require that a building permit is obtained before a renoviction, and have building inspectors ensure that the renovation/demolition is so substantial that it is indeed imperative the tenant move out.”  From the CBC,  visit their website to view the rest of the article… Read more »

City of Toronto’s services, programs and attractions during the holiday period

The City of Toronto’s services, operations and municipal offices will be open most weekdays in late December but closed for the holidays December 25 and 26 and on January 1 (New Year’s Day). That also applies to the City’s community centres, arenas, child-care centres and museums as well as the City Archives. The archives will… Read more »

Traffic Notice: Commissioners Street & Don Roadway Closures Starting December 18, 2019

From Waterfront Toronto Starting on December 18, Don Roadway will be closed between Commissioners Street and Villiers Street. Starting December 19, Commissioners Street will be closed between Munition Street and Don Roadway. These closures will remain in place until Summer 2022. Our design to protect this area from flooding includes road and utility work. These… Read more »

‘Donnie’ gets to work digging east Toronto’s new Coxwell Bypass Tunnel

                    By Joanna Lavoie, December 18, 2019 Toronto has launched the largest and most significant stormwater management program in its history. On Saturday, Dec. 14, boring officially began on the new Coxwell Bypass Tunnel, which is the first stage of the $3-billion Don River and… Read more »