News Roundup for October 30, 2020

Modular housing for homeless people fast tracked in Scarborough; $100 million Toronto traffic proposal headlined by hundreds of smart traffic lights, intersections; Cadillac Fairview broke privacy laws by using facial recognition technology at malls, investigators conclude; and more news:

Cadillac Fairview broke privacy laws by using facial recognition technology at malls, investigators conclude (Toronto Star)

Health officials reveal new projections as Ontario sees 934 more COVID-19 cases (CBC News)

Music venues facing sky-high insurance rates, if they can get a policy at all (Globe and Mail)

Modular housing for homeless people fast tracked in Scarborough (Toronto.com)

Good luck finding a place to pee in Toronto this winter (NOW Toronto)

$100 million Toronto traffic proposal headlined by hundreds of smart traffic lights, intersections (NewsTalk)