Posts Filed Under: Matthew Daley
The news this morning: inclusionary zoning (for affordable housing) comes to Ontario maybe, a possible test of a guaranteed basic income, and a Blue Jays fan threatens a statue and police get involved.
In the news: the city's top medical official calls for multiple supervised injection sites, Toronto Community Housing has thousands of units that will soon be beyond repair, and city library workers enter contract negotiations with the city.
In the news this morning: a new legal aid clinic for low-wage workers, the closure of a Queen Street staple, John Tory appeals to the federal transport minister over airplane noise, and a hospital admits it could have done more in the wake of a number of sexual abuse allegations from elderly patients.
In the news this fine, actually kind of warm morning: Ontario has begun making gender confirming surgeries more accessible, possible child care changes are angering parents and experts, and possible closures of schools for kids with learning disabilities are on the horizon.
School board staff are talking back to kids, city indoor workers have reached a possible deal with the city, a new plan for Highway 427 will move ahead, and a robotics competition gets underway this weekend.