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First Notice: Toronto Score tenancy; leaders on the go; ORCGA report

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First Notice: Toronto Score tenancy; leaders on the go; ORCGA report

 

The Score signs as major tenant at Waterfront Innovation Centre

Score Media and Gaming Inc. and Menkes Developments Ltd. together with partner BentallGreenOak have announced an agreement for the Score to lease an 80,000-square-foot space in the Waterfront Innovation Centre in downtown Toronto. The company will occupy 85 per cent of The Exchange, one of two buildings that make up the complex. The 475,000-square-foot Waterfront Innovation Centre was designed by Toronto’s Sweeny &Co Architects Inc.

 

Leaders visit Ontario on day 10 of campaign

Today, the 10th day of the federal election campaign, the Canadian Press reports on the leaders’ schedules. Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole will be in Ottawa with an announcement in the morning and two virtual telephone town halls later in the day. NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh will make an announcement on long-term care in Mississauga, will be in Hamilton to meet with candidates and ends up at a campaign office in Amherstburg in southwestern Ontario. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau makes an announcement in Hamilton this morning.

 

ORCGA issues summary of Late Locates reviews

The Ontario Regional Common Ground Alliance has published a summary of comments and issues that its members raised during discussions on Late Locates at 13 chapter meetings across the province. Over 500 stakeholders participated. The comments were summarized, sorted by stakeholder group and ranked according to discussion frequency.

 

George Brown announces vaccination policy

Toronto’s George Brown College announced yesterday it is implementing a comprehensive COVID-19 Vaccination Policy effective Sept. 7 and will require individuals accessing college premises to either provide verification of full vaccination or show evidence of a negative COVID-19 rapid test. Individuals who are not fully vaccinated, or do not want to disclose their vaccination status and who must access campus, will be required to undergo rapid testing in order to temporarily be allowed to access campus.

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