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 relevant news and events, as well as any changes that are being made that impact the real estate and building industries in Toronto. 

In today's report: Richmond Hill Sets Course For The Future Of Parks; City of Burlington selects Catherine Baldelli as new Director of Burlington Transit; RESCON congratulates new provincial Cabinet members; and more news. 

Three shoring rigs at the site of House of Assembly, image by UT Forum contributor AlbertC

Government notices and announcements:

Building Our City: Mississauga Approves Growth Funding By-laws

Notice of Passing of By-laws to Designate: Heritage Designations in Flamborough

Notice of Intention to Designate 56 York Boulevard, Hamilton (Coppley/Commercial Block)

Closing the gap in the Bartley Smith Greenway Trail

Developing Vaughan’s downtown core

Premier Ford Unveils New Cabinet to Build Ontario

Richmond Hill Sets Course For The Future Of Parks

Burloak underpass project will go ahead at reduced cost and ahead of schedule

Burlington City Council Gives Go Ahead to Purchase Robert Bateman High School Site

City of Burlington selects Catherine Baldelli as new Director of Burlington Transit

Plains Road project to provide better roadway and more protected bikeways

Burloak Grade Separation Project costs to remain as originally agreed

Private sector/other notices and announcements:


BILD: BILD Awards Winners Announced

CBRE: Canadian Industrial Markets Hit New Heights in First Quarter of 2022, as Construction of Warehouse Space Surges

CBRE: CBRE Ltd. and Makwa Development Corp. Team Up to Pursue Facility Services and Property Management Opportunities

RESCON: RESCON congratulates new provincial Cabinet members

Mondaq: Commercial Real Estate Sector Faces A Complex Outlook

TRBT: New Toronto Inc Partnership Established to Elevate Toronto's Global Reach & Impact


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