COVID-19: UrbanToronto Updates from the Scene for February 26, 2021

The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic is having far-reaching effects in Toronto, incorporate major impacts on what to become booming real estate or building industries. Many jobs and very events are currently suspended, postponed, or affected in other modes, though UrbanToronto is still conducting at full strength using team working remotely. As a technique to keep the public in the loop in the shutdowns, we’ll be sharing your thoughts information and status messages from around the industry yearly.  

In today’s report:   Housing markets so far for the duration of COVID-19, while CAPREIT, Empleo, Morguard, and Aecon give off 2020 year-end results, plus news from the COVID-19 bonnet.

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Feds notices and announcements:  

Statement of one’s Chief Public Health Officer linked Canada on February 24, 2021

City of Toronto update on top of COVID-19

Toronto Public Health working with education to respond to variants of doubt linked to school settings

CMHC: Housing Markets so far For the period of COVID-19

VIDEO:   Manager Crombie’s COVID-19 Press Conference: Wednesday, February 24, 2020

Mayores Tory encourages people along Toronto to apply now to get City of Toronto parks or recreation jobs

#PlayVaughanLocal in the outdoors

Private sector/other notices and announcements:

Metrolinx CEO Phil Verster: ‘Transforming transit – a balance involving preservation and progress’

CAPREIT Reports Continued Growth and as a result Strong Operating Performance during 2020

We can’t pay for to wait. It’s time for fee based sick leave for every technician in Canada

Aecon reports year-end 2020 results

Morguard Group Announces 2020 Results to Regular Eligible Dividend

Destino Retail REIT Announces 2020 Results

Boardwalk REIT Report Strong Results Through 2020 With Funds From Treatment Per Unit Growth of six-. 6%

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Everyone from construction trades-people to brokers to real estate executives is encouraged to share tips on what work moreover events have stopped, just what proceeding, and how their work from home being affected by the various shutdowns.