E-News

  • COVID-19 - March 19 Update

    The current situation with respect to the Covid-19 (Corona Virus) public health emergency is evolving quickly and so I am committed to keeping you informed of all important developments. If you require support from our office, please do not hesitate to contact us by emailing [email protected] or calling (416) 392-7012. In an attempt to provide information as quickly as possible, I am regularly posting updates on my social media platforms, but will continue providing updates through these emails. Local Updates: Support Local Organizations...
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  • How the City is Supporting Small Businesses

    While Public Health is always the City’s top priority, it is important recognize and support local businesses during this difficult time. In order to address these concerns, the Mayor created an Economic Support and Recovery Task Force to help protect Toronto’s economic success in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The economic impact of this pandemic will take a toll on the livelihoods of Toronto residents and businesses. The City is doing everything possible, in full cooperation with the provincial...
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  • How to Support Our Community

    Here are a few ways you can help, while continuing to practice social distancing: Call to check on how those who are vulnerable and isolated are doing. Offer to run errands to pick-up medications and groceries for those who can’t go out or may have trouble getting what they need while practicing social distancing. You can drop these outside their door or place them in mailboxes. If you live in a building, post a notice offering help to your neighbours...
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  • COVID-19 - March 18 Update

    The situation with respect to the COVID-19 public health emergency is evolving very quickly each day, I would like to keep you updated on developments. My office remains in frequent communication with Toronto Public Health throughout each day in order to provide you with the best support possible, using the most up-to-date information. Should you require support from our office, please do not hesitate to contact us by emailing [email protected] or calling (416) 392-7012. In an attempt to provide information as quickly as...
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  • Support Local Organizations

    The challenges associated with the current COVID-19 public health emergency is difficult for all of us and our families. It is particularly challenging for those in our City and beyond who are vulnerable or have financial challenges. This includes of course the many local community organizations and charities that work so diligently to support those most in need. I am very grateful to the many residents of our community who have reached out to see how they might be of...
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  • COVID-19 - March 17 Update

    Even though the situation with respect to the COVID-19 public health emergency is evolving very quickly each day, I would like to keep you updated on developments. My office remains in frequent communication with Toronto Public Health throughout each day in order to provide you with the best support possible, using the most up-to-date information. Should you require support from our office, please do not hesitate to contact us by emailing [email protected] or calling (416) 392-7012. In an attempt to provide information as...
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  • COVID-19 - March 16 Update

    There has been a series of announcements today by the municipal, provincial and federal governments regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) and the approach each government is taking to protect you, your families and our communities. Our office remains in frequent communications with Toronto Public Health in order to provide you with the best support possible, using the most up-to-date information. If you require support from our office, please do not hesitate to contact us by emailing [email protected] or calling (416) 392-7012.  During...
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  • October 2015 E-Newsletter

    I sincerely hope that you had a great thanksgiving last weekend with family and friends. Some of you may have even spent it with our Blue Jays, cheering them on in the MLB playoffs. A great way to watch the game is at Toronto City Hall in the "Birds Nest" (a.k.a Nathan Phillips Square) where thousands of Torontonians have come together to watch and celebrate our playoff run. Here's hoping that we can come from behind and beat the Kansas...
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