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)

Metrolinx loses injunction regarding Osgoode Hall trees (CityNews)

Uber brings back ride share for some Canadian cities — but under a new name (Global 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)