Covid-19

  • University Health Network Hotline (1-855-581-9580)

    University Health Network’s OpenLab is helping vulnerable seniors—the group most at risk during the COVID-19 pandemic—by mobilizing volunteers to deliver groceries and other household essentials. The service gives priority to seniors living in low-income housing. The toll-free Hotline is available in 180 languages and operates between 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday.
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  • COVID-19 - April 6 Update

    Food security is a challenge for many in our City and the current situation has made this even more difficult. To help people with this challenge, the City of Toronto has partnered with United Way, the 211 community support network and other service agencies to support those in need. This includes issues such as food delivery for seniors, access to food banks, food for kids, supports for Indigenous communities, equipping community food programs and connecting resources to those in need....
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  • Prospect Cemetery Gate Closure

    The Mount Pleasant Cemetery operators have informed us that they have made the difficult decision to close the gates of Prospect Cemetery to the public. Prospect Cemetery has experienced increased public use since the COVID-19 crisis began and physical distancing was introduced. They have made every effort to inform the public who use their cemeteries as a place for passive recreational purposes that we all bear an obligation to adhere to the safe physical distancing directives when walking through the...
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  • COVID-19 - April 3 Update

    The Ontario Government released extensive COVID-19 modelling, revealing several scenarios that project the potential number of cases and deaths across the province. Ontario is estimated to have between 3 to 15 thousand deaths over the course of this virus. While these numbers obviously distressing, they will very much be impacted by how effective we are at following public health directive including physical distancing and remaining at home. The actions that we have already taken, has substantially decreased the number of...
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  • COVID-19 - April 2 Update

    Mayor John Tory has signed a new bylaw legally requiring physical distancing of 2 meters in City parks and public squares. This applies to persons who are not from the same household.  These are difficult decisions to protect public health and fines of up to $5,000 can be issued. As you know parking lots at parks, etc. have been closed. Unfortunately, people have been removing closure barricades and entering anyway. As a result there will be enhanced security measures installed...
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  • Volunteer Toronto

    Did you know that Volunteer Toronto is working to support non-profits and individuals looking to help their communities? Non Profits - Start recruiting for free for urgent response efforts or remote support during #COVID19. Volunteers - You play a crucial role in helping communities fill urgent needs. Join Toronto's COVID-19 Volunteer Response Team here. Alerts with urgent community needs are sent to your inbox every 3-7 days.
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  • 211 Central

    211 Central wants people in Toronto to know that help is available 24/7 for those who need it during the Covid-19 pandemic. Just call 211. 211 Central connects people living in the GTA to over 4,000 programs and social services such as financial help, employment services, mental health, home care, housing, shelters, food and childcare.  It offers a free, 24/7 confidential service in 150 languages, including online, text and chat services. 
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  • COVID-19 - April 1 Update

    The City of Toronto and the Provincial Government have provided further updates stressing the necessity of staying at home. Witnessing what is occurring in other cities across the world reinforces our need to follow physical distancing directions. This is a critical time.  In respecting directions from our Public Health officials we are all contributing to our efforts to bring this public health emergency to an end as soon as possible. Across the world, the number of those infected has grown...
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  • Connie Lamanna – Resident with a Big Heart

    I want to give special recognition to Connie Lamanna of Ontario Fashion Textiles in Corso Italia, who donated fabric for up to 1,000 masks. These masks will be sewn together by the Green Neighbourhoods Network and donated to Michael Garron Hospital for their 1,000 masks a week challenge. This is a great example about how our community can come together to fight this pandemic. Thank you Connie for your generosity.
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  • COVID-19 - March 31 Update

    I recognize that one of the most pressing challenges for many people at this time is rent payments, many of which are due April 1st, the first due date since the state of emergency commenced.  The province, which is in charge of landlord/tenant regulations, has put in place a freeze on new eviction orders and directed that those already issued are not enforced during the emergency period.  If you are able to pay your rent it is important that you...
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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: [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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