• COVID-19 - May 28 Update

    City Council met today for the second time since the provincial shut-down using virtual technology. We discussed a number of important matters including accelerating cycling projects, affordable housing initiatives and more. City Council has voted to implement Bloor West Bikeway Extension & ActiveTO projects across the city. This is a positive and proactive step to address the challenges we will face after the public emergency is over. From climate change to congestion, we need to make changes. The Bloor West...
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  • COVID-19 - May 27 Update

    As we all work together to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus, many residents would like to know the data with respect to their own neighbourhoods. Mayor John Tory and the Chief Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Eileen de Villa, have released the City’s geographic data of cases by neighbourhood. This data shows that the virus is present in every community across the city. It is important that we approach this information with an understanding that each case is...
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  • COVID-19 - May 26 Update

    This morning I joined Mayor John Tory to announce Phase 2 of Housing Now, which is will create up to 1,710 new residential units, including up to 1,240 purpose-built and 620 affordable on six sites. These units are in addition to Phase 1, which is expected to create 10,750 new residential units. The Covid-19 public health emergency has demonstrated very clearly that safe, secure and affordable housing is essential to our health and well-being. By creating housing opportunities for residents,...
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  • Toronto Public Health partnering with COVID-19 Near You

    Toronto Public Health is partnering with COVID Near You to monitor the frequency of COVID-like symptoms in Toronto. COVID Near You relies on voluntary participation from the general public, asking you to take a few seconds to report if you or your family members have been healthy or sick. Toronto Public Health is asking residents to help them learn how symptoms of COVID-19 may be moving through our community by completing a short survey about their current symptoms. A link to...
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  • COVID-19 - May 25 Update

    This week is Paramedic Service Week, I know you all join with me in sharing our appreciation for our paramedics who work tirelessly every day to keep us healthy and safe. With the weather heating up, the City is preparing Emergency Cooling Centres for those who need to seek relief from higher temperatures. While this program has existed for some time, it is even more important this year, with fewer options than usual available due to the shutdown. In our...
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  • Face coverings or non-medical masks strongly recommended when physical distancing cannot be maintained

    To help stop the spread of COVID-19, Toronto Medical Officer of Health Dr. Eileen de Villa and Mayor John Tory strongly recommend that the public wear a face mask or face covering to protect others when in settings where physical distancing cannot be maintained. While wearing a face mask or face covering in public can help protect others from your germs, public health officials continue to stress that a face mask or face covering has not been proven to protect...
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  • No public ferry access to Toronto Island Park

    There is no public ferry access to Toronto Island Park. New federal regulations limit the number of individuals on a ferry in order to reduce crowding and limit the potential for virus transmission. The ferry will continue running for Island residents only. 
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  • City of Toronto reopens services and amenities for residents

    The City of Toronto is safely and gradually opening a number of services and amenities for residents to enjoy, following the Province of Ontario’s orders and guidance from Toronto’s Medical Officer of Health. Residents are encouraged to head outside in their local neighbourhood for fresh air and exercise to support physical and mental well-being, but are reminded to adhere to public health advice to practise physical distancing or wear a face covering or non-medical mask to protect others when in...
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  • COVID-19 - May 22 Update

    Today, we saw the completion of the Quiet Streets expansion in the Carleton Village, Pelham Park and Earlscourt neighbourhoods. This is an important north-south route which provides pedestrians and cyclists with a safer way for them to travel and physically distance. This project was completed on an accelerated timeline and I am glad we could deliver it sooner for the community. As the Quiet Streets program expands under ActiveTO, we continue to have conversations with City staff about further improvements to...
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  • COVID-19 - May 21 Update

    Today is Toronto Newcomer Day. In June of 1991, I was a newcomer to this city and country. Every year, thousands of newcomers share a similar story, bringing their hopes, dreams and ambitions for a better life. As we celebrate this important day, let us all remember that their success is our success, and that we are all neighbours. On Thursday, June 4 at 7pm, I will be hosting my third Virtual Davenport Town Hall to bring our community together,...
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