• COVID-19 - April 15 Update

    Since the beginning of this public health emergency, all governments and community organizations have worked tirelessly to support our communities. Every day there are new announcements and initiatives.  I know this can be challenging to follow. I have created this resource which includes a comprehensive list of government and community supports and resources to help you find the support you need. If there is anything you feel should be added, please let us know at [email protected] At the City, we...
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  • Support 211

    211 is an amazing resource connecting people across the GTA with food services, housing assistance, mental health and other supports in response to COVID-19. They want to make sure that they are working with the most up-to-date date information for every organization and the programs and services they are offering. If you operate an organization or have collected similar data, please consider sharing it with them at [email protected]
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  • COVID-19 - April 14 Update

    My Councillor colleague and I wrote this month about the need improve how we support people experiencing homelessness. Today, Toronto’s Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Eileen de Villa, General Manager of the City’s Shelter, Support & Housing Administration (SSHA), Mary-Anne Bédard and prominent medical and social service leaders provided an update on the existing and forthcoming actions taken to protect individuals experiencing homelessness from COVID-19.  This includes creating a coordinated group that involves all levels of government and public/private stakeholders....
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  • #TakeOutDay

    Tomorrow, and every Wednesday is #TakeOutDay. Please consider ordering in from one of your favourite local restaurants.
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  • COVID-19 - April 13 Update

    I hope everyone enjoyed their Easter holidays and the continuing Passover holiday. I would like to thank you for staying home and celebrating with your families and friends over the phone or internet. We know that shelter staff, social service workers, transit drivers, grocery and pharmacy workers are all working to support and protect us. Their work is essential. Today, I expressed my support to expand free child care for them at this challenging time, as the Premier considers expanding...
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  • Tax Supports for Frontline Workers

    CPA Ontario have partnered with PwC and other financial agencies to provide free tax filings for frontline workers. More information can be found at this link.
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    Click here for a great resource for fitness, food, mindfulness and services across Toronto.
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  • COVID-19 - April 9 Update

    I would like to wish everyone a joyous Passover and Easter for those who are marking these celebrations. I know this is a particularly challenging year for these important occasions and want to thank you for making responsible choices to keep our families and communities safe.  Thank you to everyone who participated on last night’s Facebook Live event. At this challenging time, it is important that we are able to come together to share our questions and be updated on the...
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  • 24 Hour Respite Supports

    An up-to-date list of 24-hour respites is posted on the City of Toronto's website here.  During the COVID-19 pandemic, clients seeking shelter can call the Central Intake Line at 416-338-4766, 1-877-338-3398 toll-free or 311 to be referred to available shelter and respites spaces. Temporary shelter and respite sites may not have space to accommodate walk-in referrals. Calling Central Intake in advance is recommended to minimize unnecessary travel in keeping with physical distancing guidelines provided by Toronto Public Health.
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  • COVID-19 - April 8 Update

    I want to begin by wishing a happy Passover for everyone who is celebrating this evening. Easter long weekend is a time when we come together with our families and friends.  This year, it is important that we all remain at home to ensure we slow the spread of COVID-19.  Changing these traditions is difficult but essential this year.  I encourage you to reach out to your friends and family through phone calls and online. The provincial government has announced...
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100 Queen Street West, Suite C42
Toronto, ON M5H 2N2

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