COVID-19: UrbanToronto Updates from the Industry concerning January 15, 2021

The global COVID-19 pandemic has far-reaching effects in Toronto, in particular major impacts to what have been prosperous real estate and building markets. Many jobs and most events are currently hanging, postponed, or affected in other means, though UrbanToronto is still operating throughout full strength with our team executing remotely. As a means to keep the public in the know about the shutdowns, we’ll be having information and status updates as a result of around the industry on a regular basis.  

In today’s declaration:   Ontario temporarily pauses household evictions,   Construction alliance names on governments to ensure funds move for 2021 building season,   City of Toronto supporting new provinciano regulations and stay-at-home order, several news from the COVID-19 front.

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Government bref and announcements:  

Ontario Temporarily Pauses Residential Evictions

Ontario Increasing Workplace Inspections via COVID-19

Toronto Public welfar launches new case-control study specific to residents who recently tested down side for COVID-19

Associated with Toronto supporting new provincial legal guidelines and stay-at-home order

City of Toronto launches 2021 tax-supported budgets

City of Toronto modifies services to adhere to and provide new provincial regulations and stay-at-home order

Toronto Public Health expands case and contact disposal work

Vaughan: These fight to combat COVID-19 to

Vaughan business population comes together virtually

Markham under Stay-at-Home Order launch January 14

COVID-19 Response – As Subsequent Provincial Emergency Declared, Mississauga Council Advocates for Sick Pay For A lower Income Workers

Private sector/other notices and announcements:

Construction alliance calls over governments to ensure funds flow for 2021 building season

GTA REALTORS® Urge City of Toronto to Make Housing Issues a Priority (PDF download)

ULI Toronto: Candid Chats: A One on One with Leslie Woo and Richard Joy

Workplace Health, Safety associated with Wellbeing during the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Everyone from construction workers within order to brokers to real estate pros is encouraged to share tips on what labor and events have stopped, specifically proceeding, and how their businesses are encountering the various shutdowns.