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  • COVID-19 July 22 Update

    Dear Neighbours, Today marks the third anniversary of the Danforth tragedy. On this day every year, we will remember and mourn the two young women who lost their lives, all of those who were injured, and those who lost their loved ones. It is in the wake of tragedies such as these that Toronto shows its resilience, strength, and compassion, as we all came together to comfort our communities and fight hatred in all of its forms. As noted in...
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  • COVID-19 July 15 Update

    Dear Neighbours, As you we all know, the pandemic has been a long, difficult and challenging time for all of us. Many have been affected directly with illness, financial challenges and sadly with the loss of loved ones. One of the things I hear more often these days is the desire to return to more normal lives. I am pleased that this Friday we will make a major step in that direction as we move to step 3 in the...
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  • COVID-19 July 8th Update

    Dear Friends, I hope everyone has had the opportunity to enjoy the many re-opened amenities that are part of the provincial government's step two re-opening stage. Our local businesses, including restaurants, have had a very challenging year and it is important that we support them in every way possible. The re-opening process clearly indicates how important it is for all of us to be vaccinated. In our City, more than 77% of adults have received their first vaccination and more...
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  • COVID-19 June 30 Update

    Dear neighbours, Tomorrow we mark Canada Day where we can take some time with our family and friends to recognize all that is special to us about our country. At this time, it is also vitally important that we reflect on the realities of our history with respect to Indigenous peoples.  The recent tragic discoveries of so many Indigenous children who have been buried in unmarked graves around residential schools is a stark reminder and realization that for Indigenous peoples...
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  • COVID-19 June 24 Update

    The past few months have been challenging with respect to the pandemic but as a City and a province we have made great strides in just the last little while.  We now have well over three million doses administered to residents of our City.  There are also almost 840,000 vaccinations booked at City clinics and more than thirty per cent of Torontonians are fully vaccinated.  This past weekend I was pleased to join with the Davenport Perth Neighbourhood and Community...
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  • COVID-19 June 17 Update

    Neighbours, As I'm sure you are aware, the Covid-19 numbers both here in Toronto and across the province are improving considerably including with respect to hospitalizations. We all welcome this news. Through public health measures and vaccinations we have all worked together to bring this pandemic to an end. I remind anyone who has not received their first vaccination, or who is eligible for their second jab, to please book your appointment as soon as possible. Our City has seen...
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  • COVID-19 June 10 Update

    I know that all members of our community join with me in expressing out deep sadness and concern with the tragic events that took place this past week in London. Hatred has no place in our society and yet once again it showed itself in a terrible act that took the lives of four members of one family and resulted in the hospitalization of a young boy. This family was targeted because of their Muslim faith and we share with...
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  • COVID-19 - June 3 Update

    June marks the beginning of National Indigenous History Month, which would normally be a time to reflect and celebrate the long and rich history of Indigenous communities in Canada. However, we are all horrified and shocked by the news this past weekend as we learned of the tragic and unacceptable death and burial of 215 indigenous children in unmarked graves adjacent the former Kamloops Residential School. This, along with so many other tragic stories, is a stark reminder of the...
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  • COVID-19 - May 20 Update

    I'm sure everyone is looking forward to a relaxing and well-deserved holiday long weekend. Please enjoy the weekend safely with members of your own household. Despite a positive trend in our COVID case count, we should remain vigilant as we work to vaccinate everyone. With the warmer weather now here and following a very challenging winter, I understand the strong desire to meet with our friends and families but it is important that we continue to follow public health guidelines for...
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  • COVID-19 - May 13 Update

    Eid Mubarak to those celebrating the conclusion of Ramadan. Today, I joined virtually with the Islamic Information Centre, located in our community, for their Eid gathering. The IIC exemplifies kindness and care for our community, and I wish those who attend the IIC and all Muslims a holy day filled with love and warmth. I hope that next year you will all be able to join together in person to mark this very special day with your families, friends and community....
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