One of the workers trapped in the rubble in the Teeple Terrace building collapse last month says it was the sound of his father’s voice that gave him the will to survive.
Affordable housing advocates are watching closely as many homeowners in Toronto are renovating their post-war bungalows to add more space. They're wondering if the city can harness the reno boom to add more density and revitalize those single-family neighbourhoods.
Police had been called to the scene by a 21-year-old complainant, who said another man, 22, was in his eighth-floor apartment, in breach of conditions not to be there.
“We hope this small act of kindness encourages other British Columbians to step up, reach out to those around them and help out where they can.”
Being back in his own home after nearly a month in hospital is a welcome change, but the memory of being trapped in the deadly Teeple Terrace building collapse is still very fresh.
Home sellers are responsible for maintaining a property — including snow removal from walkways — until the closing date of the deal, writes Joe Richer.
Throughout the pandemic, schools have reported shutting down classes due to cyberattacks, while employees have reported being unable to work due to widespread network outages, twice coming from Cogeco early in January.