Ontario Transit Minister, Caroline Mulroney offers no comment on the new timeline for the delayed Eglinton Line 5 LRT; latest forecasting from TD Bank suggests steeper decline than initially predicted on home prices in 2023; a repaving project in Clarington Ontario was paused after debris found in road bed material; and other news.  

Transportation minister won't say what new timeline is for delayed Eglinton Crosstown (City News)

TD expects steeper home price drop in early 2023 than initial forecast (CP24)

Clarington repaving project halted after residents find 'all kinds of crap' in material for new road bed (CBC)

‘As ugly as ugly can be’: Why are there still temporary barriers around Union Station four years later? (Toronto Star)

Foot traffic steadily rising across Canadian cities, new data show (Globe and Mail)

Advance voting for 2022 Toronto election begins Friday (Global News)

Here's what's open and closed in Toronto on Thanksgiving Monday (CTV News)

Toronto's hotel prices are soaring. And don't expect them to drop anytime soon, experts say (CBC)

She’s lost in four elections. Here’s why Alejandra Bravo thinks her fifth time will be different (Toronto Star)