News Roundup for December 23, 2022


City Prepares For Flash Freeze With Potentially Multi-Day Snow Clearing Works And More Winter Storm Updates From Toronto Star; After criticism from proponents, Toronto opens heat centers on Thursday, a day ahead of schedule; TTC service suspended on numerous bus routes as transit prepares for freezing conditions; and other news.

Toronto Winter Storm Updates: Environment Canada Warns Of Flash Freezing; City prepares for ‘multi-day’ snowplow event, says Tory (Toronto Star)

Toronto to open warming centers on Thursday after criticism from advocates and city councilors (CBC)

TTC bus stops shut down due to winter storm (CTV News)

Rogers Center puts on colorful show and tests new LED lighting system (Toronto Star)

Ontario landlords could be left with thousands of dollars in interest owed to tenants (CBC)

Eglinton Crosstown opens in 2023 but it’s just my ‘best guess’: Tory (CP24)

What Canada’s New Electric Vehicle Plan Will – and Won’t – Achieve (Toronto Star)

Winter blast hits homeless shelters across Canada (Globe and Mail)

WestJet cancels flights through Canada amid storm: ‘Unlike anything we’ve experienced’ (Global News)

Realtors must negotiate with buyers through their own agents (Toronto Star)

How to protect yourself from ‘renovating’ when rental markets heat up (CP24)