Councillor Josh Matlow

Councillor Josh Matlow in the News

21 09, 2018

‘I’m sweating all the time’: Landlords turn on heat at some Toronto buildings

2018-08-10T20:39:25+00:00

September 21, 2017 Jackie Dunham CTV News Toronto In compliance with a city bylaw that requires landlords maintain a minimum indoor temperature of 21 degrees between September 15 and June 21, a number of buildings already have the heat turned on, despite the scorching temperatures outside. The Mayor has said that he is prepared to [...]

21 09, 2018

City tells landlords to turn heat off during soaring temperature

2018-08-10T20:41:15+00:00

September 21, 2017 Faiza Amin 680 News The lingering hot summer temperatures have led to extremely hot residential buildings where landlords have turned the heat on in response to a bylaw which states that buildings must be at least 21 degrees as of September 15th. Councillor Matlow, who is also the chair of the Tenants [...]

4 12, 2017

Ontario PC leader says people of Scarborough deserve $3.35B subway extension

2018-08-24T20:48:59+00:00

CBC News December 4, 2017 Muriel Draaisma Ontario Progressive Conservative Leader Patrick Brown says he supports the $3.35 billion Scarborough subway extension because the massive transit project would create jobs. Brown told CBC Radio's Metro Morning that the PC party has promised $5 billion in new funding for subway projects in the Greater Toronto Area, including the Scarborough extension, because commuters need the [...]

29 11, 2017

Mayor John Tory and Councillor Josh Matlow square off on Scarborough transit

2018-08-24T20:37:11+00:00

Toronto Star Jennifer Pagliaro Wednesday, November 29, 2017 Standing in the middle of the Malvern Community Recreation Centre, Mayor John Tory and councillor Josh Matlow squared off on the transit that Scarborough residents deserve. Moments earlier, Matlow rose from his seat in the back of the gym-turned-meeting-space and told the approximately 30 residents there for [...]

28 11, 2017

This one chart shows developers rushing to the OMB before it’s too late

2018-08-24T20:05:49+00:00

Torontoist November 28, 2017 Simon Cameron Appeals made to the Ontario Municipal Board have more than doubled, according to new data released by the City. The sudden rush of applications comes as developers anticipate that upcoming provincial legislation will result in a less favourable system. For more than a hundred years, the Ontario Municipal Board [...]

27 11, 2017

Developers racing to OMB ahead of new provincial planning rules

2018-08-17T20:54:56+00:00

Monday, November 27, 2017 Jennifer Pagliaro Toronto Star City officials are warning that developers are rushing en masse to appeal problematic applications to the powerful provincial tribunal that oversees land-use planning in order to avoid a less-favourable system. City data shows the number of appeals to the Ontario Municipal Board on major development applications to the city [...]

10 11, 2017

Condo cancellation renews calls for more protections for pre-build buyers

2018-08-17T19:20:41+00:00

November 10, 2017 Armina Ligaya The Canadian Press The cancellation of a ten-storey Toronto condominium development that has thrust would-be owners back into an increasingly competitive condo market has renewed calls for tighter regulations and more protections for buyers of pre-construction projects. The Museum FLTS condominium cancelled earlier this month is the latest condo project to be shelved. Developer Castlepoint Numa cited lengthy [...]

9 11, 2017

Scarborough subway debate lacks vital information: Keenan

2018-08-17T20:26:12+00:00

Thursday, November 9, 2017 Edward Keenan Toronto Star Toward the end of a long and often angry debate at city council on Wednesday, one that meandered around the well-trod paths of the years-long Scarborough subway extension question, Councillor Josh Colle joked that for convenience sake, the topic should just be added as a standing item [...]

9 11, 2017

Hundreds of Toronto condo buyers lose homes after developments fail

2018-08-16T16:28:57+00:00

November 09, 2017 John Lancaster CBC News When Tanya Rumble and her partner Josh Kolic heard a new condo development was going up in their Junction neighbourhood, they thought it would be the ideal time and place to buy. After all, they had been renting in the neighbourhood for seven years and loved it. The developer, [...]

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