News Roundup for November 26, 2020

Toronto’s Jennifer Keesmaat launches Markee Developments with a goal: affordable housing; Plan to remove lanes of traffic along Yonge Street in North York as part of wider transformation resurfaces; City of Toronto threatens to remove tiny shelters built to help the homeless, citing safety concerns; and more news:

Toronto’s Jennifer Keesmaat launches Markee Developments with a goal: affordable housing (Globe and Mail)

Plan to remove lanes of traffic along Yonge Street in North York as part of wider transformation resurfaces (CP24)

Mayor urges against Black Friday shopping as Toronto sees 481 new cases (CBC News)

Jaye Robinson returns to city council after ‘very dark days’ of cancer treatment during the pandemic (Toronto Star)

City of Toronto threatens to remove tiny shelters built to help the homeless, citing safety concerns (CTV News)

Ontario moves to cap delivery fees in COVID-19 hotspots where restaurants are takeout only (Global News)