Information Roundup for April eight, 2021

All Ontario is now the ‘stay-at-home’ order. Here’s so, what that means for Toronto;   Bank regulator restarts discussions on overhauling mortgage burden test after pandemic répit;   Land trust prefers $3M from city to save Kensington Market building exactly as affordable housing; and more announcement:

All Ontario is here under a ‘stay-at-home’ order. These are what that means for Toronto (Toronto Star)

Bank regulator restarts consultations on overhauling determining stress test after outbreak interruption (Globe and Mail)

Snag trust wants $3M using city to keep Kensington Recent building as affordable accomodation (CBC News)

Toronto-area buyers become returning to the city centre   (Globe and Mail)

Landlord should have sorted out with tenants’ union to be able to rent repayment deal, utters Ontario Landlord and Renter Board decision (Toronto Star)

Might be Toronto’s Little Jamaica report?   (Globe but Mail)

LORINC: And green standard will help reduce Toronto’s carbon? (Spacing Toronto)