The global COVID-19 pandemic has far-reaching effects in Toronto, most notably major impacts on what have been flourishing real estate and building industries. Many jobs and most events are currently suspended, delayed, or affected in other ways, truth UrbanToronto is still operating at inclusive strength with our team working remotely. As a means to keep the public in the loop over the shutdowns, we’ll be sharing info and status updates from all through industry on a regular basis.
In today’s report: Ontario’s State of Emergency finishes on February 10, Building bizz supports Ontario government’s direction within re-opening the economy, Vaughan: Executing more than $13 billion in building up construction value since 2010, and also news from the COVID-19 front.
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Government bref and announcements:
Most private sector/other notices and announcements:
Everyone attending from construction workers to broker agents to real estate executives is encouraged to talk about tips on what work and races have stopped, what is proceeding, as well as how their businesses are being affected by the various arrêt.