Toronto Urban Industry Updates: AGO Revitalizes Its Outdoor Space With Public Art, And More

This is an industry update from UrbanToronto sharing information and status updates from across the industry to keep our readers informed. We cover updates related to relevant news and events, as well as any changes that impact the real estate and construction industries in Toronto.

In today’s report: The Government of Canada supports the Art Gallery of Ontario’s first public art commission and the revitalization of the Gallery’s outdoor space; TTC celebrates National Indigenous History Month by showcasing Indigenous art; A strong majority of Ontarians want oversight of real estate auction companies to strengthen consumer protection; and more news.

“Couchmonster” new public artwork at AGO, image courtesy of AGO Instagram

Government notices and announcements:

City set to begin photographing assets along roads, Transitway and parking lots

Official opening of the David Braley Vaughan Metropolitan Center of Community

Advancing Vaughan’s transportation and infrastructure

Statutory Public Meeting for Proposed Zoning By-law Amendment July 11, 2022 at Part Lot 9, Concession 1 NDS for Halton District School Board/Mattamy (Joshua Creek) Ltd.

The Government of Canada supports the Art Gallery of Ontario’s first public art commission and the revitalization of the Gallery’s outdoor space

Private Sector/Other Notices and Announcements:

RE/MAX: These “small” Canadian real estate markets are booming

2022 BILD PRIZE: Watch online June 22

Metrolinx: Metrolinx offers seasonal GO bus service to new destinations, along with schedule changes and increased frequency of trips

ULI: ULI Toronto: CMHC: National Housing Strategy Audit

including tax: TTC celebrates National Indigenous History Month by showcasing Indigenous art

RTBT: Toronto Region Chamber of Commerce urges province to build on region’s phased reopening with new proactive measures for businesses

OREA: Strong Majority of Ontarians Want Oversight of Real Estate Auction Companies to Strengthen Consumer Protection

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