News Roundup for November 11, 2020

Toronto to consider new transit-priority measures on long stretches of King and Queen Streets; Toronto’s top doctor announces stricter measures as new COVID-19 cases break records; Pandemic highlights lack of access to public washrooms during winter months; and more news:

Toronto to consider new transit-priority measures on long stretches of King and Queen Streets (Toronto Star)

Toronto’s top doctor announces stricter measures as new COVID-19 cases break records (CBC News)

Advocates, union question new job category for Ontario long-term care homes (Toronto Star)

Pandemic highlights lack of access to public washrooms during winter months (Toronto Star)

Indoor dining in Toronto to stay closed until mid-December as city moves to COVID-19 red zone (CTV News)

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