News Roundup for November 20, 2020

Tighter COVID-19 restrictions loom for Toronto, Peel, York; These tenants were asked to leave their $1,000 a month apartments during COVID-19 to make way for renovations. Then the landlord changed plans ; City has far fewer homeless shelter beds than it claims it has, street pastor says; and more news:

These tenants were asked to leave their $1,000 a month apartments during COVID-19 to make way for renovations. Then the landlord changed plans (Toronto Star)

York Region pleads with Ontario to avoid lockdown, keep businesses open (Globe and Mail)

City has far fewer homeless shelter beds than it claims it has, street pastor says (CBC News)

Visitors to Toronto’s Distillery District now required to wear face coverings outside (CP24)

Tighter COVID-19 restrictions loom for Toronto, Peel, York (CBC News)

Toronto to add 79 new park washrooms across city for winter season (CP24)