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THIS WEEK'S TOP 5 TRENDING STORIES
1. Massey Hall burnished for new generations
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Layers of heritage context and grime exemplify the nuanced judgement and painstaking artisanship enlisted in the revitalization of Toronto’s beloved Massey Hall. Phase two of a $142-million, multi-year refurbishment and expansion project is bringing the 125-year-old concert hall’s obscured glories back to light, while adding supporting features and amenities that 21st century performers and audiences increasingly demand.

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2. Housing Now officially kicks off in Toronto

Housing Now, an initiative to activate City-owned lands for the development of affordable housing within mixed-income, mixed-use, transit-oriented communities, has officially begun phase one of the program. Read More »

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3. Ontario rental rates highest in Canada

As the federal election inches closer, Canada’s skyrocketing rental rates continue to be a hot button issue, with recent data from rentals.ca underscoring the need for more balance within the housing market. Read More »

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4. Newcomers to boost demand for residential units

Newcomers to Canada are expected to buy 680,000 homes over the next five years if current international migration levels keep up, according to a Royal LePage survey released today.
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5. Ontario creates web portal for unsolicited infrastructure bids
The private sector will now be able to share their expertise on public infrastructure needs through unsolicited proposals (USP) submitted online to the Ontario government.
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