UrbanToronto Industry Updates for May 5, 2021 – fr

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UrbanToronto Industry Updates for May 5, 2021 – fr


The global COVID-19 pandemic is having far-reaching effects in Toronto, including major impacts on the real estate and construction industries. Many jobs and most events are currently suspended, postponed or otherwise affected, although UrbanToronto is still operating at full capacity with our team working remotely. In order to keep the public informed of shutdowns, we will regularly share information and status updates from across the industry.

In today’s report: Team Toronto’s COVID-19 Vaccination Update, Ontario Responds to High Vaccination Rates and Changes Restrictions in Long-Term Care Homes, As well than other news from the COVID-19 front.

Downtown Toronto, image by Johnny Au, Forum contributor

Government notices and announcements:

City of Toronto Update on COVID-19

Team Toronto COVID-19 Vaccination Update (May 4)

Toronto Public Health Update on Investigation of COVID-19 Case at Crowne Plaza Toronto Airport

Team Toronto COVID-19 Vaccination Update (May 5)

Virtual press conference: Mississauga COVID-19 update for May 5, 2021

Statements by Markham Mayor Frank Scarpitti in response to COVID-19

Solicitor General and Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Health to provide update on COVID-19 vaccine

Ontario Responds to High Immunization Rates, Changes Restrictions in Long-Term Care Homes

Ontario Unveils $ 2 Billion Plan to Keep Schools Safe and Support Restoration and Renewal of Learning

Private sector / other notices and announcements:

RE / MAX: Country Trends in Cottage Homes in Ontario to See Before You Buy

TRREB: GTA home sales pace slows in April

RioCan Reports First Quarter 2021 Results

Brookfield Business Partners Reports First Quarter 2021 Results

European Residential REIT Reports First Quarter 2021 Results

Melcor REIT Reports First Quarter 2021 Results

Colliers Reports Strong First Quarter Results

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REMINDER: download the COVID Alert app today

Everyone from construction workers and brokers to real estate executives are encouraged to share advice on what work and events have ceased, what is happening and how their businesses are being affected by the various closures.

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