• Multilingual COVID-19 Information Posters

    If English isn't your first language, getting credible information on how to stay safe during COVID-19 can be difficult. The City of Toronto has created helpful, accessible flyers to support these individuals. To access and share them with those who need them, please click here.
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  • COVID-19 - May 1 Update

    Today has been declared Doctors Day and First Responders Day. I know you all join with me in expressing our thanks and encouragement to all of those who are working so hard to protect and care for us. I also thank everyone in our community who joins their neighbours on balconies or porches each night to bang pots in support of our essential service workers. Many of you have contacted me to share your support. This idea has been adopted...
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  • COVID-19 - April 30 Update

    Our thoughts and prayers are with the families of the men and women on the Canadian Armed Forces helicopter that remains missing near Greece this evening and who are presumed lost in the service of our country. For the first time in its history Toronto City Council met in a virtual online format. Unable to meet since the beginning of March, the City used technology to meet and ensure that City business continues to move forward during the public health...
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  • Community Heroes!

    Maria de Lurdes Santos is a local resident and professional wedding seamstress who puts her expertise to work to give a helping hand to neighbours by providing homemade face masks. Thank you Maria for your amazing work!
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  • Sanitation & washroom services for vulnerable persons opening this week

    In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the City is opening seven City operated-facilities as Sanitation and Washroom Services locations with showers, washrooms, and drinking water for individuals experiencing homelessness. Wallace Emerson Community Centre has been selected as one of these centres.
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  • Watch the Cherry Blossoms Bloom Online

    With the peak bloom period about to begin, the City of Toronto is closing High Park starting today at the direction of the Chief Medical Officer of Health due to concerns about large crowds and the potential spread of the Covid-19 virus in such circumstances. During the park closure, residents will be able to enjoy the cherry blossom bloom virtually. Throughout the closure period, the City will provide a continuous livestream of the cherry tree grove in High Park, plus...
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  • COVID-19 - April 29 Update

    The current Covid-19 pandemic has certainly brought into clear focus the need to do many things differently if we are to protect lives and provide sustainable solutions to the many social, economic and environmental challenges of the 21st century – today Mayor Tory did just that! Among the new initiatives, we are bringing forward is action on modular housing. Mayor Tory and I, supported by City Council, asked City staff to provide Council with a plan to implement modular housing...
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  • COVID-19 - April 28 Update

    Today is the National Day of Mourning for Persons Killed or Injured in the Workplace. To honour these workers, all official City flagpoles were flown at half-mast. It is important that all of us take a moment on this day to remember and honour all of those who have died, been injured or become ill through their work. We especially remember and thank those who at this difficult time are working every day on the front lines of the Covid-19...
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  • What’s Open in Corso Italia?

    There are a number of our favourite essential businesses operating in Corso Italia though the pandemic. To keep you informed on who is open and how to contact them, the Corso Italia BIA has created a helpful website that can be accessed here. Right on time for #TakeOutDay on April 7!
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  • COVID-19 - April 27 Update

    There were a number of major announcements from all levels of government over the weekend. The City has initiated a new program, CurbTO, which re-allocates road space to support physical distancing and help residents access essential businesses. City staff have already identified a series of hotspots and will be making temporary changes shortly. The first 10 include the intersection at Lansdowne Avenue and Dupont Street. More will be coming. I'm including some questions and answers in this e-mail. The Mayor...
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