News Roundup for December 14, 2020

Single-digit rise in Toronto home prices forecast for 2021, as condos expected to remain flat; Toronto’s taxi industry calls on city to cancel licensing fees after massive pandemic losses; As Ontario’s eviction blitz continues, Toronto tenants fight for a ban; and more news:

Single-digit rise in Toronto home prices forecast for 2021, as condos expected to remain flat (Toronto Star)

Can Toronto Still Be A Transit City? (Steve Munro)

As Ontario’s eviction blitz continues, Toronto tenants fight for a ban (NOW Toronto)

Toronto’s taxi industry calls on city to cancel licensing fees after massive pandemic losses (CBC News)

From building retrofits and a national hydrogen strategy to higher carbon taxes and planting trees: A primer on Canada’s climate plan (Globe and Mail)

Mississauga residents fight to have pipeline valve removed from entrance to neighbourhood (CBC News)

News Roundup for December 17, 2020

Toronto council debates unfunded transit lines, vacant home tax; Council approves plans to transform downtown Toronto parking lot into greenspace; ‘Uncooperative landlord’, COVID protocols force Fran’s Restaurant…