A global COVID-19 pandemic is having far-reaching effects in Toronto, and this includes major impacts on the real estate and building fields. Many jobs and most events are now suspended, postponed, or contrived in other ways, though UrbanToronto is still operating at finish strength with our team engaging in remotely. As a means to keep everyone in the loop about the shutdowns, we’ll be sharing information but also status updates from regarding the industry on a regular basis.
In today’s record: Ontario to show paid COVID-19 sick 24 hour periods, City of Toronto concurs with CaféTO curb lane installations will begin May 8, Associated with Toronto and its community young partners continue to support the vaccination of residents without OHIP cards, and more news via the COVID-19 front.
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Government sees and announcements:
Associated with Toronto update on COVID-19 (April 28)
Team Toronto COVID-19 vaccination update (April 29)
Team Toronto COVID-19 vaccination update (April 30)
Closely held private sector/other notices and releases:
Every one of us from construction workers within order to brokers to real home executives is encouraged to share hints on what work and issues have stopped, what is beginning, and how their businesses are undergoing the various shutdowns.