Covid-19

  • Face coverings or non-medical masks strongly recommended when physical distancing cannot be maintained

    To help stop the spread of COVID-19, Toronto Medical Officer of Health Dr. Eileen de Villa and Mayor John Tory strongly recommend that the public wear a face mask or face covering to protect others when in settings where physical distancing cannot be maintained. While wearing a face mask or face covering in public can help protect others from your germs, public health officials continue to stress that a face mask or face covering has not been proven to protect...
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  • No public ferry access to Toronto Island Park

    There is no public ferry access to Toronto Island Park. New federal regulations limit the number of individuals on a ferry in order to reduce crowding and limit the potential for virus transmission. The ferry will continue running for Island residents only. 
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  • City of Toronto reopens services and amenities for residents

    The City of Toronto is safely and gradually opening a number of services and amenities for residents to enjoy, following the Province of Ontario’s orders and guidance from Toronto’s Medical Officer of Health. Residents are encouraged to head outside in their local neighbourhood for fresh air and exercise to support physical and mental well-being, but are reminded to adhere to public health advice to practise physical distancing or wear a face covering or non-medical mask to protect others when in...
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  • COVID-19 - May 22 Update

    Today, we saw the completion of the Quiet Streets expansion in the Carleton Village, Pelham Park and Earlscourt neighbourhoods. This is an important north-south route which provides pedestrians and cyclists with a safer way for them to travel and physically distance. This project was completed on an accelerated timeline and I am glad we could deliver it sooner for the community. As the Quiet Streets program expands under ActiveTO, we continue to have conversations with City staff about further improvements to...
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  • COVID-19 - May 21 Update

    Today is Toronto Newcomer Day. In June of 1991, I was a newcomer to this city and country. Every year, thousands of newcomers share a similar story, bringing their hopes, dreams and ambitions for a better life. As we celebrate this important day, let us all remember that their success is our success, and that we are all neighbours. On Thursday, June 4 at 7pm, I will be hosting my third Virtual Davenport Town Hall to bring our community together,...
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  • COVID-19 - May 20 Update

    All three levels of government today updated their guidance with respect to wearing masks. The City’s Chief Medical Officer today confirmed that wearing masks in public when it is not possible to physically distance, is now recommended. You can find information on face coverings and when to use them here, and how do so safely and responsibly. This afternoon, Mayor Tory called on employers to advise their employees to wear non-medical face masks and provide them if possible. To set...
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  • Article on Toronto Chief Medical Officer of Health, Dr. De Villa

    Click here to access a wonderful article on our city’s Chief Medical Officer of health and her approach before and during the pandemic to keep us all safe.
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  • Toronto Zoo reopens this weekend

    The Toronto Zoo will open for a drive-through experience starting Saturday. Visitors can tour around the Zoo from the comfort of their car for a 45-minute safari adventure starting May 23. Tickets will be on sale starting May 22 and must be purchased in advance. For more information, please visit here.
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  • COVID-19 - May 19 Update

    I hope everyone had an enjoyable and relaxing Victoria Day holiday weekend. I am pleased to let you know that the City was able to announce that City crews have begun to re-open dog off-leash areas. The City has been working over the long weekend to be able to re-open the dog-off-leash areas as quickly as possible consistent with the changes to provincial restrictions. If you do take your dog to the dog off-leash area, please remember to maintain proper...
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  • Aangen Cleaning Services

    A wonderful not-for-profit social enterprise based in our community has expanded their operations to begin offering cleaning services at a modest fee for businesses to help their employees and customers stay safe. To book your initial appointment, please call 647.323.2787 or email [email protected]
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City Hall Address:

Toronto City Hall
100 Queen Street West, Suite C42
Toronto, ON M5H 2N2

Open: Monday - Friday 8:30AM - 4:30PM

Email: c[email protected]

Phone: 416-392-7012

Fax: 416-392-7957

Constituency Office:

1240 Bloor Street West
Toronto, ON M6H 1N5

Open: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
1pm - 6pm

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