Press information Roundup for February 12, 2021

Mayor’s exec committee approves almost $14B while in spending — but nothing for loyal housing proposal for Toronto’s unsettled;   Toronto mayor pushes for it to cost $8M on community programs with regard to neighbourhoods hit hard by COVID-19;   Forgotten story of Barcelone neighbourhood illustrates lack of Black foundation education; and more news:

Mayor’s govt committee approves almost $14B on spending — but nothing for helpful housing proposal for Toronto’s displaced (Toronto Star)

Toronto mayor pushes to spend $8M located on community programs in neighbourhoods push hard by COVID-19 (CTV News)

Forgotten story most typically associated with Toronto neighbourhood illustrates lack of Brown history education (Global News)

Sidewalk trenches, confusing accelleration limits and stale construction signals: latest fixes by the Fixer (Toronto Star)

Teachers, guidance unions criticize Ford government’s move to delay March break (CBC News)

Stay-at-home order, vaccines needed to avoid third wave cutting edge modelling data says (Globe and Mail)

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