• COVID-19 - August 20 Update

    The COVID-19 pandemic has presented many significant challenges for all of us. One of the most significant that parents, teachers and governments are dealing with right now is the re-opening of our schools. While this process is almost completely within the control of the provincial government and the school boards (Toronto District School Board and Toronto District Catholic School Board) the City is doing all that it can to assist with the safe return to school of our children. Our...
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  • COVID-19 - August 13 Update

    At the June Toronto City Council meeting I, along with my Council colleagues, supported clear and transparent measures to be implemented without delay to bring significant transformation to the way we deliver public safety in our City. We committed to address anti-Black and anti-Indigenous racism and also change the way we respond to situations involving those experiencing mental health issues. This means reallocating resources from traditional policing to new, more appropriate and more responsive ways of serving our communities. This...
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  • See You Soon Toronto Update

    See You Soon Toronto was born out of a response to the impact of COVID-19, including the effects of being quarantined, the impact to the hospitality industry and the need to thank frontline and essential workers. Funds raised through the sale of their merchandise goes towards purchasing meals at full price and providing them to essential workers. Over the last 3 months, they have raised over $250,000 and delivered almost 2,000 meals. Click here to learn more  
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  • COVID-19 - August 7 Update

    I want to extend my deepest sympathies to the Lebanese community and those with friends and family in Beirut. We all extend our condolences to those who have lost loved ones and wish a quick recovery to those who have been injured. If you wish to support the relief effort, please consider making a donation. Last week, the Government of Canada launched the COVID Alert App. This app is able to notify you if someone you were near in the...
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  • COVID-19 - July 30 Update

    Tomorrow, the Government of Ontario will be moving Toronto into Stage 3 re-opening. This was made possible through the considerable effort made by each member of our community to help flatten the curve. You can learn more about what this means for you in the Questions from the Community Section below. This week, a $4 billion commitment was made by Provincial and Federal governments toward financial relief for Ontario’s municipalities. Earlier in this pandemic, I joined my voice with colleagues...
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  • COVID-19 - July 24 Update

    I hope everyone is looking forward to the weekend and enjoying with their social circles. As the City remains in Stage 2, we continue to gradually reopen amenities safely for our communities to enjoy. If you want to see which facilities near you are open, please visit here. Today, Mayor John Tory announced that the City of Toronto is making multiple investments in Toronto’s Black arts and culture community and business sector to address the systemic economic, social and cultural exclusion facing...
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  • COVID-19 - July 21 Update

    Tomorrow, we will virtually commemorate the Danforth Tragedy that occurred two years ago, remembering the two young women whose lives were claimed and the 13 others seriously impacted. For those wishing to participate virtually, more details can be found here. Yesterday evening, I participated in a community discussion with our neighbours about issues facing our community, as well as city-wide issues. While we discussed several topics, our conversation largely revolved around how we conduct policing in the City of Toronto....
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  • COVID-19 July 16 Updates

    Today, we held another Toronto and East York Community Council meeting virtually. It was a full agenda with over 80 items addressed.  There were a number of items specific to the Davenport community including planning and transportation issues, details of which are in the Local Updates section below.
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  • COVID-19 July 13 Update

    Today the provincial government outlined their plan to move the province to stage three of the recovery process. While 29 public health regions will move to stage 3 on Friday of this week, 5 large areas including Toronto, Peel, Durham, York and Niagara Falls will remain in stage two for at least another week while public health data is reviewed. While we all want to move forward it is critical that public health be the first priority. I chaired the...
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  • COVID-19 - July 9 Update

    I would like to thank everyone who participated in the Green Line meeting this week. It was a productive discussion with a lot of great ideas shared to creatively use the hydro corridor to create a new community green space. For those unable to make the meeting, you are able to review all the documents and provide feedback here, until July 25. This week, Mayor Tory was in Scarborough to announce the acceleration bus only lanes across the city, beginning...
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