Protest planned after Richmond Hill council passes contentious development plan

John Li isn’t ready to give up yet — and he’s hoping fellow Richmond Hill residents aren’t either.

Along with others from the Yonge-Bernard Residents Association, Li is organizing a protest Sunday at the site to bring awareness to the city’s decision to approve a controversial development plan that will see 40-storey condo towers built in the neighbourhood and make the suburban area of Yonge Street and Bernard Avenue with one bus stop, more dense than Yonge and Eglinton.

Read Toronto Star Reporter Noor Javed's full story here.

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