Covid-19

  • 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...
    Learn More >
  • COVID-19 - December 17 Update

    Unfortunately, our City along with the rest of the country is experiencing a second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. We join cities and countries across the world in facing this challenge. We have seen a significant rise in COVID cases in our City, and had a record increase of 850 new cases just yesterday. In response to this, Mayor Tory announced during yesterday’s press conference that this week the City will have to implement increased COVID restrictions on the advice...
    Learn More >
  • COVID-19 - December 10 Update

    I would like to begin by wishing those who are celebrating, Happy Hanukkah. I hope you have a safe and enjoyable celebration with your families with whom you live with during this challenging time and we all hope that next year we will be more back to normal. Last week, a young woman cycling on Dufferin Street tragically passed away following an accident. While we have many traffic improvements scheduled for implementation, we are committed to expediting all safety improvements...
    Learn More >
  • COVID-19 - December 3 Update

    Tragically, last evening a woman cycling on Dufferin Street was involved in an accident and lost her life. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends at this time. No one should have to fear for their safety when traveling on our roadways, and this is a stark reminder that more needs to be done. I have always been an advocate for safe, separated and connected cycling routes. As one of the heaviest utilized transit corridors, Dufferin Street will...
    Learn More >
  • COVID-19 - November 26 Update

    As you know, the City of Toronto (and Peel) were placed in the “Grey-Lockdown” category of the province's COVID-19 classification system. There have been questions as to what is permitted and what is not under this order. To help guide us all in a very clear and simple way, the City has created this page to help you navigate some of the most common questions we receive. Speaking at Urban Land Institute event on Inclusionary Zoning With the Province now...
    Learn More >
  • Unison COVID Community Assessment Clinic

    If you think you have any symptoms or have been in contact with someone with COVID-19, you can call Unison’s COVID Testing Hotline for an appointment at 416-646-7575 extension 3113. They can serve you in Spanish and Portuguese. Unison is located at 1541 Jane Street, South of Lawrence Avenue West.
    Learn More >
  • COVID-19 - November 19 Update

    I hope that everyone who celebrated Diwali this past weekend had a safe and enjoyable celebration although it was very different this year due to the pandemic.  With respect to the pandemic, the increasing numbers of infections and hospitalizations as well as unfortunately increased deaths from the virus, have lead the City to put in place increased restrictions to help address this situation.  Tomorrow, the provincial government is also expected to implement additional restrictions in areas designated as Red Zones...
    Learn More >
  • COVID-19 - November 12 Update

    As we commemorate Remembrance Week, we remember all those who have served our country and whose enormous sacrifices protected the values and freedoms which we cherish. This year, 2020, marks the 100th anniversary of the beginning of Remembrance Week commemorations. Learn more about how our City remembers and watch this year’s ceremony. To all those in our community who have served our country, we thank you for your service. It is in times of hardship that we see communities come...
    Learn More >
  • Partnering with Higher Education Institutions to Support COVID-19 Recovery

    All three levels of government have partnered with Toronto’s Higher Education Institutions to help rapidly connect their expertise to the City’s research needs. This new model allows the City to put forward research priorities to Toronto’s HEIs, who source multi-disciplinary and multi-institutional teams of faculty and student experts to help address important and urgent research needs. The current pilot focuses on eight research projects that support the City’s COVID-19 recovery.  Click here for more information
    Learn More >
  • COVID-19 - November 5 Update

    I hope everyone had a safe and enjoyable Halloween. Throughout the weekend, it was wonderful to see the creative ways our community was celebrating safely. I was also pleased to be able to help organize a number of events, including the Davenport Spooky Stories event with the West End Phoenix, and the Earlscourt Centennial Hallowe’en Hullabaloo. As many of you have noticed and reported to me, there has been a sudden increase in traffic along Lansdowne Avenue between Bloor Street...
    Learn More >

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

eNewsletter
Stay up-to-date with Ana Bailão!

© 2021 ANABAILAO.COM. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.