Daily digest: Toronto could eliminate single-family zoning, Bernard Judge passes away, and more

Good afternoon and welcome back to the last daily digest roundup of the week. After this, AN will go on vacation until next week, but check back tomorrow for the first of our seasonal gift guides.

Here’s what’s going on today:

Toronto moves to eliminate single-family zoning

Toronto is making big moves when it comes to not only densifying but reducing traffic. Tomorrow, November 25, the City Council’s Planning and Housing Committee will vote on measures to not only eliminate parking minimums but also single-family zoning. No longer will the city’s residential neighborhoods be exclusively zoned for single-family homes, and the measure tomorrow will vastly lower the

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