Toronto to announce next phase of its plan in five days

Uber warns of higher prices and longer wait times following Toronto’s decision to freeze new licences in the wake of COVID-19

The United Kingdom reported a drop in COVID-19 cases Monday, lessening the strain on hospitals and health systems, but with much more uncertainty still ahead. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson also announced that he was introducing free-flow of British citizens to a British hospital from the United States to help fight the coronavirus outbreak.

The United Kingdom reported a drop in COVID-19 cases Monday, lessening the strain on hospitals and health systems, but with much more uncertainty still ahead. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson also announced that he was introducing free-flow of British citizens to a British hospital from the United States to help fight the coronavirus outbreak.

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Toronto is set to announce the next phase of its plan in five days, just weeks after announcing it was freezing new residential zoning for nearly 20,000 homes because of a coronavirus outbreak.

The City of Toronto’s official Twitter account announced Monday that the city will “pause new residential zoning for residential, low-rise apartment, hotel and non-residential uses in the City of Toronto and will defer issuing new zoning certificates for these types of development.” The city will resume issuing zoning certificates as soon as possible.

The city’s official Twitter account announced Monday that the city will “pause new residential zoning for residential, low-rise apartment, hotel and non-residential uses in the City of Toronto and will defer issuing new zoning certificates for these types of development.” The city will resume issuing zoning certificates as soon as possible.

“We’re not going to be able to do zoning until the government comes back in order to get permits,” said Mark Hayward, Toronto’s chief planner. “We will have some flexibility to allow for some flexibility, some flexibility to come up with some creative solutions.”

The mayor of Toronto, John Tory, said in a press conference Monday that he is “fully confident” the province will approve Toronto’s request to freeze new residential zoning.

“As I read this week’s news,

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