• COVID-19 - July 7 Update

    On Monday, July 20 at 5:30PM, I will be hosting my fourth Davenport Virtual Town Hall for people in our community, so we can connect to discuss local and City concerns. If you wish to attend this event, you can register here. Today marks the first day of the mandatory use of masks or face coverings when entering indoor public spaces in our City. It is important that you know how to wear and maintain your mask properly, ensuring it...
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  • COVID-19 - July 2 Update

    I hope everyone had an enjoyable Canada Day celebrating with friends and family within your social circles. Even though celebrations had to be done virtually this year, there were a number of amazing events across the country and here of course in our City.  I hope that next year we can all see each other again in person at Earlscourt Park for my annual Canada Day Community BBQ. To protect the health and safety of all residents of our City,...
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  • COVID-19 - June 30 Update

    Let me begin by wishing everyone a very happy Canada Day and I hope you have a wonderful day with your family and social circles.  I would normally be inviting you to join me at my Annual Canada Day BBQ but like many things, this year is different so below you can find details on celebrations that can take place this year. Yesterday at City Council, we had a long and spirited debate about policing, the need to change the...
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  • Masks Mandatory in the City of Toronto

    A growing body of scientific evidence suggests the use of masks is an inexpensive, acceptable, and non-invasive measure to help control the spread of COVID-19. Modelling studies suggest that if there is a high level of compliance in the wearing of masks, COVID-19 spread can be reduced. On June 30, Council adopted a recommendation from the Medical Officer of Health and the City Solicitor on requiring masks or face coverings in enclosed public places in Toronto. The Medical Officer of...
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  • COVID-19 - June 25 Update

    I am grateful to the many residents that have contacted me with respect to anti-Black and anti-Indigenous Racism and policing in our City and specifically concerning the Toronto Police Service budget. I sincerely appreciate all the input I have received from the community and from across the City. Many diverse and varied views have been shared and as always I take all of them into consideration. What is very clear to me, and to most of you who have reached...
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  • COVID-19 - June 22 Update

    As a City and a community, we have been working very hard together to do the things we need to so that we could reduce the spread of Covid-19 and in doing prepare to re-open our restaurants, hair salons, barbers, swimming pools and many of the other things we've had to do without in the interest of public health. We were pleased to hear today that the province has announced that the City of Toronto will be moving to Stage...
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  • COVID-19 - June 18 Update

    I would like to thank the many residents who have contacted me regarding the issue of anti-Black and anti-Indigenous racism and the Toronto Police Services Budget. The last several months have been anything but “business as usual”. First the world community has been rocked and challenged by the COVID-19 pandemic as a health crisis and significant cracks in our social and economic safety net appeared quickly. And then in May we awakened to the cries of “I can’t breathe” by...
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  • Support for Live Music Venues

    Applications for the Creative Co-Location Facilities Property Tax Subclass Designation are due on June 19, by 5:00pm. If you need support, apply here. Have questions? Email [email protected]
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  • Help Shape Toronto’s Recovery

    The City’s new Toronto Office of Recovery and Rebuild is asking for your ideas so we all can recover, rebuild and emerge from the pandemic even stronger. Click here to take the survey before June 30.
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  • COVID-19 - June 15 Update

    Today is Elder Abuse Awareness Day. We should all take a moment to recognize that elder abuse continues to be a serious issue for many older persons in our community, City and across our country. On this day in particular we should reach to older relative and friends to let them know they are loved and that we care for them. This weekend, I was pleased to join the Block 4 Black (physically distancing), out-door fundraiser on Queen Street West...
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