COVID-19: UrbanToronto Updates from the Industry due to January 5, 2021

The global COVID-19 pandemic has far-reaching effects in Toronto, and this includes major impacts to what have been flourishing real estate and building groups. Many jobs and most events are currently revoked, postponed, or affected in other opportunities, though UrbanToronto is still operating available on full strength with our team carrying out work remotely. As a means to keep the public informed about the shutdowns, we’ll be showing information and status updates provided by around the industry on a regular basis.

In today’s report:   City of Toronto update on COVID-19 and vaccination rollout, Metrolinx:   Hello to a fresh new start in 2021 for transit riders and further,   Ontario Releases Ethical System for COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution, and even more news from the COVID-19 front.

Covid-19, coronavirus, housing market, construction, GTA, Toronto Downtown Toronto, image by Place contributor Rascacielo

Government updates and announcements:  

Ontario Releases Ethical Framework for COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

Ontario Maintaining Home-Based Food Businesses During COVID-19

Ontario Provides Update within Ontario Cases of COVID-19 THE UNITED KINGDOM Variant

City of Toronto update on COVID-19 and vaccination rollout

Toronto Public well-being releases new COVID-19 workplace outbreak data and announces new processes for COVID-19 related workplace secure

City of Toronto tells another round of TO Backs up funding for community services for you to assist vulnerable populations

Vaughan: Virtual public meetings continue about January

PSA: Markham remains in GREY- LOCKDOWN

Devoted Press Conference: Mississauga’s COVID-19 Modernization for January 6, 2021

Private sector/other notices and statements:

Metrolinx définitif COVID-19 update for 2020

An Anne Jessica Aikins column – Hello to fresh new start in 2021 for passage riders and beyond

Killam Apartment REIT Proclaims Timing of 2020 Results and Webcast


REMINDER:   Download the COVID Alert request today

Everyone from formation workers to brokers to real estate executives is encouraged to share great tips on what work and events got stopped, what is proceeding, and how most of the businesses are being affected by the various shutdowns.

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