Osgoode Hall trees are spared for the moment, calls to declare homelessness a public health crisis, and warming centres could stay open the rest of the winter are among the topics covered in today's News Roundup.
A homebuyer’s newest piece of intel: check the climate risk score (Toronto Star)
They paid top dollar for pre-construction homes at the market peak. Now their builder is selling the same models for far less (Toronto Star)
John only pays $750 a month rent in Toronto. Can he afford a place of his own? (Toronto Star)
Turning empty offices into housing is a popular idea. Experts say it's easier said than done (CBC News)
Toronto city council considering keeping warming centres open for the rest of winter (Globe and Mail)
Calls grow to declare Toronto homelessness a public health crisis after extreme cold (CTV News)