A news flash Roundup for April twenty-two, 2021

Bank of Canada state governor says red-hot housing market demonstrating to signs of speculative behaviour;   Toronto should not allow better use of e-scooters, say city limits staff;   avines certainly Toronto treasure, but any one needs an equal chance to like them; and more news:

City botches street-sweeping astringe, leaving Toronto’s roads oriented towards dirtier spring (CBC News)

Financial of Canada governor is marked red-hot housing market showing symptoms of speculative behaviour (Globe and Mail)

Toronto should not allow more varied use of e-scooters, say urban staff (Toronto Star)

Smaller sidewalk sign want Toronto giant to express (Globe as well as , Mail)

Toronto criminal court begin ‘new enforcement approach’ to stay-at-home order tackling Thursday (CTV News)

Ravines adding Toronto treasure, but all the family needs an equal chance to participate in them (Globe and Mail)