News flash Roundup for March 17, 2021

‘This is an opportunity to reorient people to the water. ’ Waterfront Toronto thinks ‘diversity’ is the key to an eye-popping design for Quayside;   School construction comes with fallen way behind over booming condo neighbourhoods from Toronto;   ‘Duct contusion used as a sealant’: Toronto councillor pushes for overly full release of Scarborough RT repair report; and more firms:

‘This is an chance reorient people to the water. ’ Waterfront Toronto thinks ‘diversity’ is the key to an eye-popping the design of Quayside (Toronto Star)

School the construction industry has fallen way behind in booming condo neighbourhoods in Toronto (Globe and Mail)

‘Where’s the humanity with this? ’ Residents told to vacate Toronto apartment inside 24 hours after building deemed unsafe (CP24)

Former tenants of Toronto building say high carbon monoxide levels forced all of them out years ago (CBC News)

‘Duct tape used as a sealant’: Toronto councillor pushes intended for full release of Scarborough RT repair report (CTV News)

Toronto’s on-street parking areas reserved for charging electric powered vehicles often sitting vacant   (Toronto Star)