News Roundup for November 5, 2020

Greenbelt adviser quits over fast-tracking of Durham wetlands development by Doug Ford’s government; Toronto condo developer launches campaign to tackle racism in construction industry; Toronto to resume issuing new Fair Pass TTC discounts for low-income riders; and more news:

Greenbelt adviser quits over fast-tracking of Durham wetlands development by Doug Ford’s government (Toronto Star)

Toronto condo developer launches campaign to tackle racism in construction industry (CBC News)

Toronto to resume issuing new Fair Pass TTC discounts for low-income riders (Toronto Star)

Canadian real estate landscape ‘shaken to its core’ with downtown Toronto condo sales falling (Financial Post)

Toronto home sales rise 25 per cent compared to last year, breaking October record (CTV News)

Can the TTC Report Meaningfully on Service Quality? (Steve Munro)