Thing Roundup for January 27, 2021

Meant to pull density, Ontario’s Scarborough subway tactic could scuttle 1, 200-unit a place to live development;   ‘This is a stupid place to put the highway’: Doug Ford’s government has fast-tracked a new GTA freeway during COVID-19, sparking local opposition;   Vulnerable Toronto neighbourhoods push for priority access to COVID-19 vaccines; and more news:

Meant to attracting density, Ontario’s Scarborough subway application could scuttle 1, 200-unit the real estate market development (Toronto Star)

Vulnerable Toronto neighbourhoods push due to priority access to COVID-19 vaccines (CBC News)

‘This is mostly a stupid place to put the highway’: Doug Ford’s government has fast-tracked an innovative new GTA freeway during COVID-19, sparking local opposition (Toronto Star)

LORINC: Calculating the pandemic’s carbon footprint (Spacing Toronto)

Toronto’s 311 service puts high praise from residents. And also why do so many complain that to the Fixer? (Toronto Star)

North York recreation centre users applaud $2. 8M modernization plan (Toronto. com)

Toronto closes its skating rinks to out-of-towners (Toronto Star)