This is an UrbanToronto industry update sharing information and status updates from around the industry as a means to keep our readers in the loop. We are covering updates related to rules, regulations, and changes that are being made as a result of the pandemic that impact the real estate and building industries in Toronto. 

In today's report: Developer receives $50,000 fine for Town of Oakville private tree by-law violation; City-building-advances-in-Vaughan; Building Ontario with Investments in GO Transit Bi-level Rail Coaches; and more news:

Looking east to Humber Bay Shores, image by UT Forum contributor 67Cup

Government notices and announcements:

Hamilton Public Health Services investigating two suspected cases of COVID-19 Omicron variant



City opens applications for Commercial Space Rehabilitation Grant Program to support recovery and long-term success of local small businesses

Building Ontario with Investments in GO Transit Bi-level Rail Coaches

Developer receives $50,000 fine for Town of Oakville private tree by-law violation

Notice of meeting cancellation for a proposed zoning by-law amendment at 150 Randall Street, 125 Navy Street and 143 Church Street Randall Oakville Developments Ltd., and Church Oakville Developments Ltd.

Private sector/other notices and announcements:

Metrolinx: Metrolinx teams up with partners on early traffic plans to support Ontario Line construction

Metrolinx: See time-lapse video of Crosstown light rail vehicles moving along Toronto route

TRBT: Toronto Region Board of Trade Applauds City of Toronto’s Plan to Re-open City Hall, Offices


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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.