• 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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  • COVID-19 - June 11 Update

    To the Portuguese community of Davenport, I hope everyone had an amazing Portugual Day yesterday. Although we unfortunately did not get to gather in person as a community this year, I had the privilege of attending a flag-raising yesterday at City Hall. I am glad we could still have this important recognition. There have been a number of important updates in the last few days that I wish to share with you. In our Ward, have City has introduced the modular housing...
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  • COVID-19 - June 8 Update

    For the past few months, our City, province, country and indeed the whole world has been living through a very difficult time. So much of what we were used to came to a stop. As governments quickly moved to meet the challenges of COVID-19, we saw a sharp increase in announcements and actions being taken to assist people during the pandemic. Throughout this period, I have stayed in touch with you daily through e-mail. With the situation changing and we...
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  • COVID-19 - June 5 Update

    I hope everyone has the opportunity to enjoy the nice weather expected this weekend while safely taking advantage of re-opened amenities and respecting physical distancing guidelines. To help stop the spread of COVID-19 while allowing for residents to be outside and get exercise, vehicle access on parts of some major roads will be closed this Saturday and Sunday, in total making more than 10 kilometres of roadway available for walking, running and biking as part of ActiveTO. You can find...
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  • COVID-19 - June 4 Update

    Restaurants and bars across the City have been responsible by following Public Health directives and keeping their doors closed except for delivery and take-out orders.  It is important that we all work together as we begin to support their recovery. This morning, Mayor John Tory announced CafeTO, to help our bars and restaurants restart from COVID-19 shut-down. This program will make it easier to open and expand patios, and to access additional space for physical distancing. To get this right,...
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  • COVID-19 - June 3 Update

    Over the past few weeks, we have all been hard at work at the City to slowly and carefully reopen our City. We have opened a number of park amenities and have been supporting retail businesses so they could reopen in a way that protects their employees and patrons. In addition, we have brought many city services back to full-service levels. To add to this list, and in time for the summer season, all licensed street food vendors, food trucks...
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  • COVID-19 - June 2 Update

    Today, I joined thousands of others around the world, including Mayor John Tory and the City of Toronto in the #BlackOutTuesday campaign. This was done in support of and to raise awareness for eliminating anti-black racism. Many of you have written to me sharing your concerns and experiences with racism and while we are a diverse and welcoming city, we know that racism still exists in our communities, and that racialized people experience it every day. While we need to...
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  • COVID-19 - June 1 Update

    Today marks one week since we witnessed the tragic death of George Floyd in the United States' City of Minneapolis. Like you, the images of what occurred were terrible to view and clearly demonstrated there is much that remains to be done to eliminate racism, intolerance and violence of this kind. This event has resulted in protests across the U.S., Canada and around the world. Here at home we too must understand that we still have much to do to...
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  • Toronto Recover and Rebuild Survey

    The City’s new Toronto Office of Recovery and Rebuild is asking for your ideas so we can all recover, rebuild and emerge from the pandemic even stronger. The survey can be taken before June 30 here.
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  • City Re-Opening 50 Parks Washrooms

    Over the course of this week, the City will be reopening 50 washrooms in parks. These will be subject to regular cleaning. Public health is advising for patrons to wash their hands upon entry and exit. The list of parks can been seen by clicking here.
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