News Roundup for November 19, 2020

Civilian traffic agents finally dispatched to Toronto intersections in attempt to reduce gridlock, improve safety; Municipalities vexed by Ontario zoning orders; Lawrence Heights residents want to name a new park after Shane Stanford; and more news:

Civilian traffic agents finally dispatched to Toronto intersections in attempt to reduce gridlock, improve safety (Toronto Star)

Municipalities vexed by Ontario zoning orders (Globe and Mail)

NYC has just shuttered its entire public school system. Where is Toronto headed? (Toronto Star)

Backyard pod spaces spring up as COVID forces homeowners to expand (Globe and Mail)

TTC Service Changes Effective Sunday, November 22, 2020 (Steve Munro)

Lawrence Heights residents want to name a new park after Shane Stanford (Toronto.com)

News Roundup for November 25, 2020

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News Roundup for November 19, 2020

Civilian traffic agents finally dispatched to Toronto intersections in attempt to reduce gridlock, improve safety; Municipalities vexed by Ontario zoning orders; Lawrence Heights residents want to name…