Downtown Toronto traffic dips to 63 per cent of normal volumes after new restrictions implemented; No Pride parade, but maybe the CNE: how 2021 is shaping up for Toronto’s festivals; Toronto’s pandemic isolation centre for the homeless faces capacity crunch as COVID-19 cases rise in shelters; and more news:

‘The levels of stress and anxiety at the TTC have reached a breaking point,’ says union president after bus driver jumps onto tracks and is saved from harm (Toronto Star)

Downtown Toronto traffic dips to 63 per cent of normal volumes after new restrictions implemented (CTV News)

No Pride parade, but maybe the CNE: how 2021 is shaping up for Toronto’s festivals (Toronto Star)

Toronto’s pandemic isolation centre for the homeless faces capacity crunch as COVID-19 cases rise in shelters (Globe and Mail)

Progress during a pandemic – a cycling year in review (Spacing Toronto)

Coronavirus: Toronto realtor shows home with tenants inside who have COVID-19 (Global News)