News Roundup for December 16, 2020

This Toronto homeowner was shocked when her condo fees jumped over 30 per cent within two years. The province’s auditor general wants better disclosure rules for developers; New developer picked for the next phases of Regent Park revitalization; The need is there. Toronto’s COVID isolation hotel should be full; and more news:

This Toronto homeowner was shocked when her condo fees jumped over 30 per cent within two years. The province’s auditor general wants better disclosure rules for developers (Toronto Star)

Rogue builders have Peel councillors looking to Queen’s Park for help (CBC News)

New developer picked for the next phases of Regent Park revitalization (Toronto Star)

Toronto seeks consultant to potentially undercut street sweeping environmental standards (CBC News)

App companies can no longer charge restaurants ‘exorbitant’ delivery fees. But front-line couriers fear they’ll be the ones left hurting (Toronto Star)

The need is there. Toronto’s COVID isolation hotel should be full (Toronto Star)