We are back with our industry updates, sharing information and status updates from around the industry on a regular basis as a means to keep UrbanToronto readers in the loop. We are covering updates related to rules, regulations, and shutdowns that are being enforced as a result of the global pandemic that impact the real estate and building industries in Toronto. 

In today's report: City of Toronto and CreateTO announce development partners for two Phase One Housing Now sites to build much needed affordable and market rental housing; Weekend road closure planned at Rutherford Road in Vaughan as Rutherford GO construction progresses; Vaughan recognized for advancing economic opportunities and attracting investments; and more news:

Pinnacle Grand Park 1 & 2 in Mississauga, image by UT Forum contributor bangkok

Government notices and announcements:

Ontario Making Life Easier With New Business Registry

Free Flu Shot Available to all Ontarians in November

City of Toronto and CreateTO announce development partners for two Phase One Housing Now sites to build much needed affordable and market rental housing

New laneway murals to showcase ‘Grit’ and strength of El Mocambo, Chinatown and Kensington neighbourhoods

City of Toronto report recommends plan to make CaféTO permanent and waiving fees in 2022

Vaughan recognized for advancing economic opportunities and attracting investments

More improvements coming soon to Vaughan's North Maple Regional Park 

Virtual Press Conference: Mississauga’s COVID-19 Update for October 21, 2021

Private sector/other notices and announcements:

Metrolinx: Weekend road closure planned at Rutherford Road in Vaughan as Rutherford GO construction progresses

Metrolinx: Humber College stop leads pack of new progress photos for Finch West LRT project

Metrolinx: Eglinton Crosstown West Extension launch shaft takes shape

RE/MAX: Canadian Real Estate Report: 2021 Housing Impacts to Condo Sector

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Everyone from construction workers to brokers to real estate executives is encouraged to share tips on what work and events have stopped, what is proceeding, and how their businesses are being affected by the various shutdowns.