News Roundup for November 25, 2020

‘If you can’t sell your condo you can’t move up’: Will the drop in Toronto’s downtown condominum prices spread to detached house prices?; Crews recover crane that toppled over at Toronto construction site; Yorkville is growing taller with new 51-storey condo tower; and more news:

‘If you can’t sell your condo you can’t move up’: Will the drop in Toronto’s downtown condominum prices spread to detached house prices? (Toronto Star)

Crews recover crane that toppled over at Toronto construction site (CTV News)

Yorkville is growing taller with new 51-storey condo tower (Toronto.com)

Cities crack down on businesses breaking COVID-19 rules in Ontario (Globe and Mail)

Residents take stand as development comes to Scarborough’s Kingston Road (Toronto.com)

Beck Taxi says city shouldn’t ask cabbies to transport people with probable or confirmed cases of COVID-19 (CBC News)

The town center Yonge

A view over Yonge Street in Town center Toronto is featured in today’s Frequent Photo. Captured by Forum contributor  austinchencym , this perception faces south…

Sunset from Riverdale Park

Today’s Daily Photo takes us to a popular Toronto park during the ongoing wave of warm weather this November. Captured by Craig White, this view…