• Vaccination Information

    Information about vaccination eligibility is changing quickly. Here is the latest information we have on who is eligible for a vaccine and how to book your appointment. If you do not currently qualify for vaccination but know someone who does, please encourage or assist them with booking their appointment. You are eligible to vaccinate at a City mass vaccination clinic. Book Your Appointment at a City Clinic Individuals 40+ in 2021 are also available to book a vaccination at a...
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  • COVID-19 - April 8 Update

    Yesterday, Premier Ford announced another State of Emergency with more stringent restrictions, in effect for the next four weeks. I understand that this has been a challenging year for everyone and that we all want to return to normal as quickly as we can. Despite this, it is essential that we stay home until the majority of residents can get vaccinated. We see a concerning trend with infections climbing, and unfortunately, more people have needed to be admitted to hospital and intensive care units than...
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  • 50+ Vaccinations

    Yesterday, the province announced that those 50+ in 'hot spot' postal codes will be able to vaccinate. If you live in one of the below postal codes, or want to assist someone who does with booking an appointment, click the image relevant to you to book your appointment.  Click the Image with your Postal Code to Book your Appointment. Boundaries: North - St Clair, East - Ossington, South - College, West - Barrie Rail Tracks Boundaries: North - York Belt Line, East...
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  • COVID-19 - April 1 Update

    To those observing Passover, I wish you chag sameach. For those celebrating Easter, I wish you joy as you mark this special celebration. During the challenges we have faced over this past year, it is more important than ever to take a little time to take care of ourselves and those we love. This weekend I hope that you have the opportunity to celebrate with those in your home, rest a little or maybe call a friend or a family...
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  • Daily Bread Food Bank Easter Food Drive

    Since the pandemic began, weekly visits to Daily Bread Food Bank have gone from 15,000 people to over 25,000. From 11 AM – 3 PM, they will be hosting a contactless drive-thru food drive at Daily Bread (191 New Toronto Street, Etobicoke).  There, you can drop off your non-perishable food donations from your car safely. Let's reach their goal of collecting 225,000 lbs of food to ensure our neighbours in need have access to food!
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  • Corso Italia Shop To Win!

    You can win big by supporting Corso Italia! Every Monday until April 26, you have a chance to win $500. Visit this link to learn more.
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  • The Davenport Virtual Easter Egg Hunt Returns

    Each year, we come together as a community for the beloved Easter Egg Hunt in Dufferin Grove Park. It's an opportunity to gather as friends and neighbours to enjoy the warming weather and each other's company. This year, while we cannot come together in person for our Easter Egg Hunt, we can still celebrate together online, from the comfort of our own homes. Last year, because of the challenges we faced, our community tried something a little different by sharing...
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  • COVID-19 - March 25 Update

    This week marks one year since the City declared a State of Emergency in Toronto as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. I know you will join with me in giving thanks to all our frontline and essential workers for keeping our City moving and to our neighbours and businesses for helping in our efforts to control the spread of COVID-19.  So many people have worked together to meet this challenge and we have shown how special we are as a...
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  • Earlscourt Avenue - Toronto Hydro Electrical Upgrade Notice

    Toronto Hydro is rebuilding the electrical distribution system between Tiegnmouth Ave, Boon Ave, Rogers Rd and Nairn Ave, to improve the reliability of your electrical service. This rebuild includes upgrading overhead electrical cables and replacing hydro poles on city-owned property near your lot. Inquiries can be directed to (416) 542-3366 or [email protected]
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  • Kiwanis Club of Toronto – Leadership Grants

    Now more than ever, we need effective leaders to build resilient communities. The Kiwanis Club of Toronto is awarding grants up to $10,000 to support initiatives that support the leadership and mentorship of children. Applications open April 1. More information about the grant can be found here. 
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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
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