Winter season creating fear and uncertainty among Toronto's homeless population after closing of downtown shelter and threats to clear encampments; Bank of Canada set to announce final interest rate decision of a challenging year; mansion in Cabbagetown to be converted to affordable housing project providing housing opportunities for indigenous men experiencing homelessness; and other news. 

‘Where are people supposed to go?’ Threats to clear an encampment and a shelter closing raise concerns about the city’s plans this winter (Toronto Star)

Bank of Canada to announce interest rate decision this morning (CTV News)

Cabbagetown mansion being repurposed as affordable housing for unhoused Indigenous men (City News)

John Tory uses his ‘strong mayor’ powers to fill key role without council’s approval (Toronto Star)

What's behind a so-called $100M 'greenbelt gamble' in Vaughan? (CTV News)

Higher interest rates will cause a recession – how do we pick up the pieces? (Globe and Mail)

Ontario proposal puts wetlands at further risk: auditor, advocates (Global News)

House hunting: What you can get for $1 million in and around Toronto this week (Toronto Star)

Hard talks on hard targets: real work begins at Montreal biodiversity conference (CTV News)

Ford to make announcement with Transit Minister Mulroney in Brampton (CP24)

Doug Ford defends Greenbelt land swap, says Liberals also made changes (Toronto Star)

Respectful renovation brightens a 1938 home (Globe and Mail)

‘We jumped through so many hoops’: Homeless couple recount process in accessing social housing (Global News)