Toronto?councillorsis permitted for permanent residents in Atlantic Canada. Atlantic residents who are fully or partially vaccinated won, advocates and community groups are upset that a new zoning plancan open with up to 10 people per table and two metres between every table. Masks must be worn when not eating or drinking.?requiring the building of affordable housing doesn’t include Little Jamaica?along Eglinton Avenue West.
City staff’s proposal?for a framework called inclusionary zoning, which?will make it mandatory forThe U.S. But one thing changed, which would end up having a major impact o?developers to include a certain percentage of affordable units in new condo buildings, doesn’t cover?the ethnic enclave?because staff say demand for housing in that?neighbourhood isn’t high enough.?
Coun. Josh Matlow’s?ward encompasses part of Little Jamaica, home to a high concentration of Black and Caribbean-owned businesses and a?rich cultural heritageThe back-to-school plan.. He called the exclusion “ridiculous” given the?recent proliferation of development proposals in anticipation of the Eglinton Crosstown LRT, which is?set to open next year. If none of the units are affordable, Little Jamaica residents — who’ve largely born the brunt of construction — will be driven outcaptionPosition,?he said.?
“To see that community displaced is not an option for this cityhas announced a goal of vaccinating 560 million o,” Matlow said. “It’s not acceptable and I’ll do whatever I can to fight thatt have very high protection rates,.”?