News Roundup for May 12, 2021

Toronto cancels CNE, different major events for following straight summer over COVID-19;   Airbnbs migrating and long-term rental market, data shows;   New chenal funding will help developers rather than low-income families; and more scoops:

Toronto cancels CNE, other major events just for 2nd straight summer much COVID-19 (CBC News)

Airbnbs migrating to long-term rental showcase, research shows (Toronto Star)

Unquestionably the physical distancing circles perhaps may be back at Trinity Bellwoods Park in Toronto (CTV News)

New transit funding will developers instead of low-income having (Spacing Toronto)

Headway Quality Rank: A Proposal (Steve Munro)

Brookfield sells US$13-billion in property and assets in first quarter in the role of CEO calls for ‘harvesting’ (Globe and Mail)