Covid-19

  • COVID-19 - February 19 Update

    Toronto City Council met yesterday to review the 2021 City of Toronto Budget.  The meeting discussions were wide-ranging, but we remained focused on delivering the strategic outcomes identified by residents and stakeholders during the budget consultation process that took place over the past few months. We are investing in housing, so all Torontonians have a safe and affordable home. We are investing in our transportation network to connect communities and businesses better. We are supporting programs to meet the challenges...
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  • COVID-19 - February 11 Update

    To those celebrating the Lunar New Year, I wish you a year of good luck and prosperity. Gong Xi Fa Chai! This coming Monday is also Family Day, normally a time to enjoy with our extended families and friends.  However, this year it is still important to continue to follow public health guidelines.  I know this is very challenging for everyone. Nonetheless, we are making progress, and with increased vaccinations coming soon, we need to follow the guidelines and work...
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  • COVID-19 - February 11 Update

    To those celebrating the Lunar New Year, I wish you a year of good luck and prosperity. Gong Xi Fa Chai! This coming Monday is also Family Day, normally a time to enjoy with our extended families and friends.  However, this year it is still important to continue to follow public health guidelines.  I know this is very challenging for everyone. Nonetheless, we are making progress, and with increased vaccinations coming soon, we need to follow the guidelines and work...
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  • Eglinton Keelesdale COVID-19 Pop-Up Testing Site

    A COVID-19 Pop-Up Testing Site will be operating February 5, 12, 19 and 26 at York Recreation Centre, 115 Black Creek Drive from 3 PM to 7 PM. If you have any symptoms, or think you may have been in contact with someone with COVID-19, come and get tested. Bring your OHIP card if you have one, but it is not required. Bring a piece of ID or something with your name on it (bill, passport, etc.). There is no...
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  • COVID-19 - February 4 Update

    This week marked the beginning of Black History Month, where we recognize Black Canadians' history, heritage, and contributions to our City, Province and Country. You can learn more about the long and storied history of Black residents of our City through the City's archive website. Let us take the time to learn and celebrate and reflect and work towards a more equitable society. This week our City's COVID response took an important step towards just that. We know that COVID is not impacting all...
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  • COVID-19 - January 28 Update

    Yesterday was International Holocaust Remembrance Day, a time when we remember all those who suffered and were lost during the Holocaust. This important day ensures that we never forget this very dark time in world history and that we renew our commitment that a tragedy like this shall never occur again anywhere in the world.  Today is Bell "Let's Talk Day," an opportunity to recognize the mental health challenges facing so many of our friends, family and neighbours each day....
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  • COVID-19 - January 21 Update

    Today, we have seen an encouraging positive change concerning COVID-19 case numbers in Ontario. Based on the number of tests administered and the corresponding results, there has been an improvement in the situation. For the first time in months, the effective COVID-19 reproductive number is below one. However, this is just one positive step, and it is still imperative that we continue practicing the measures that are contributing to these changes. Remember, a stay at home order remains in place,...
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  • COVID-19 - January 14 Update

    As announced on Tuesday by the provincial government, Ontario entered its second state of emergency as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Included in the emergency declaration was a stay at home order which requires Ontarians, including here in Toronto, to remain within their homes with the exception of certain exemptions. While there is still much clarification needed on these measures' specifics, the Province has provided further details. Other measures included a delay to in-person schooling for children until February 10th, additional gathering...
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  • COVID-19 - January 8 Update

    I hope that everyone had an enjoyable and safe holiday season. This year was of course very different and challenging for all of us but we hope for better days in the months ahead. Like many of you, I took some time over the holidays to connect with my family and friends online and enjoyed connecting with them virtually. As this New Year begins, we approach it with hope and dedication as we continue the work we have been doing together...
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  • COVID-19 - December 23 Update

    I want to wish everyone an enjoyable holiday season, a Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year. While we cannot celebrate together this year, I hope you are able to have quality time with those you live with and connect with your extended families virtually. At 6PM on Christmas Eve, people in Toronto and world-wide will be taking to their porches to ring bells in celebration of the holidays and to thank frontline and essential workers. This will be my final...
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