This is an UrbanToronto industry update sharing information and status updates from around the industry as a means to keep our readers in the loop. We are covering updates related to relevant news and events, as well as any changes that are being made that impact the real estate and building industries in Toronto. 

In today's report: Doors Open Toronto returns this weekend; City of Burlington to host public meeting on Robert Bateman High School proposals; Town seeks community feedback on ‘Living in Milton’; and more news.

Progress at Love Park, image by UT Forum contributor PatM via Claude Cormier's project page

Government notices and announcements:

City unveils Brampton Grows Off-Grid Shed

Safer Streets, Less Noise, More Fun – Mississauga’s School Streets Pilot Delivers it All

Investing to Move Mississauga Forward: 2022 Construction Season Underway

Fire Station 120 and Fairwinds Park are Officially Opening and You’re Invited

Doors Open Toronto returns this weekend

Notice of Complete Application (City Files D02-19018 (Re-Application)

Town releases Economic Development Annual Report

City of Burlington to host public meeting on Robert Bateman High School proposals

Town seeks community feedback on ‘Living in Milton’

Private sector/other notices and announcements:


RE/MAX: Commercial Real Estate Report (Canada 2022)

Metrolinx: Verona System construction for the Hazel McCallion LRT is a first in Canadian soil

TTC: Upcoming TTC subway closures and weekend service updates

Mondaq: Official Plan For Toronto 2051 – The Future Of Toronto's Planning And Development

Mondaq: Price Increase Clauses Contribute To Managing Construction Cost Fluctuations (Webinar)

TRBT: New Program Will Help Canadian Businesses Break Through Glass Ceiling of Growth

OREA: Majority Of Ontarians Agree: Government Should Not Tell You How You Must Sell Your Home


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